A formal member of the Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe) team who is specially trained to coordinate and facilitate the WISe process for an individual family and provide advanced care coordination activities within the phases and activities of WISe. The Care Coordinator is typically the facilitator of the CFT, and ultimately responsible for leading the team through the phases and activities of WISe both during and outside of the meetings. The Care Coordinator contributes knowledge and skills related to making sure that the team process honors each member’s role, responsibility and perspective. The Care Coordinator is qualified and supported by completing the WISe training, participating in technical assistance, and is involved in ongoing WISe training and coaching activities.
- Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or other relevant field required.
- Experience: Minimum of one year of experience working with families and children in a therapeutic or educational capacity.
- Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Submit application for registration as an Agency Affiliated Counselor in the State of Washington within one week of hire or for ABA an application for a Certified Behavior Technician within one week of completing the 40 hours of required supervision/training by a BCBA. Current Washington State driver’s license and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage; current First Aid/CPR card, or obtained within 45 days of hire; and a Children’s Administration background clearance if working within the Placement Program. NOTE: FBI fingerprints required if you have lived in Washington State less than the last 3 consecutive years.
- Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Required: Ability to work independently; exercises independent judgment and decision-making regarding the safety and learning capabilities of individuals and family members served; ability to work as part of a team; ability to utilize the DSM V; ability to represent the Agency in contact with both State and County agencies; knowledge of Federal, State and County social services regulations and systems; knowledge of State mental health and special education requirements; knowledge of the psychological principals in learning and their application to treatment stages; knowledge of advanced evaluative techniques of personality, academic behavior, and cognitive domains; and the ability to synthesize and formulate the assessment data into a comprehensive treatment summary. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
We serve more than 166,000 patients across 24 medical clinics, 13 dental clinics, 8 pharmacies, and 57 program sites in two states. We are Level 3 Certified as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). With integrated services including medical, dental, pharmacy, orthodontia, primary care nutritional counseling, autism screening, and primary care behavioral health, YVFWC’s patient-centered model of care offers patients the full spectrum of care and shelter assistance, energy assistance, weatherization, HIV and AIDS counseling and testing, home visits, and four mobile medical/dental clinics.
Working at YVFWC
Working in our organization means being the passionate champion for those who have no voice. It means having the opportunity to work with underserved populations and with peers committed to the same work.
At Farm Workers Clinic:
- We will consistently trust one another to work for the common good.
- We will foster integrity by demonstrating ethical behavior and insisting on doing what we say we will do.
- We will demonstrate transparency by being candid and truthful no matter the risk.
- We will create partnerships to strengthen ourselves and our community.
- We will fight for just treatment for all individuals.
- We will let joy in.
- We have the courage to be an agent of change and refuse anything short of excellence.
Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal opportunity employment.