Glyph (in conjunction with GDIT) is looking to fill one (1) Case Coordinator position in Portland, OR

· Master of Social Work (MSW) degree or equivalent educational background with at least two years of demonstrated child welfare, case management, social service, and/or mental health professional experience or
· Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) or equivalent educational background with at least five years of demonstrated child welfare, social service, case management and/or mental health professional experience
· Experience working with immigrant, refugee, and underserved populations is preferred
· Bilingual proficiency in English and Spanish

· Tracks each new placement and progress
· Visits facilities and interviews children, facility staff, family members, and attorneys of record in order to complete the release recommendation.
· Participates in case reviews with facility staff on a weekly basis
· Interviews a child before making a transfer/suitability assessment/ follow-up services determination.
· Assists facility staff in identifying needs of the children
· After consultation with the Federal Staff, advises facility case management to stop pursuing a potential sponsor
· Provides third-party child welfare assessment of children's cases
· Recommends suitability assessments and follow-up services.
· Holds weekly meetings with the Federal Staff to discuss difficult cases
· Reports any facility related issues
· Assists facility staff in identifying placement for children with mental health needs.
· Assists the Federal Staff in providing raining/technical assistance
· Refers trafficking cases from facilities to Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR).
· Attends court hearings and communicates information to legal service providers working on Unaccompanied Alien Child (UAC)'s immigration case.
· Provides legal representatives with needed placement information
· Participates in area taskforce (coalition) meetings.
· Refers to ORR any release reconsideration or case file requests received by the minors' attorneys.
· Refers attorney's and Immigration and Customs Enforcement inquires that requires government attention to the Federal Staff.
· Works with voluntary agency staff to develop protocols as requested by ORR.
· Keeps records on the status of children's cases including those awaiting travel arrangements.
· Alerts ORR HQ staff to disputed age determinations.
· Requests routine and group transfers.
· Prepares written reports regarding progress and issues related to program trends
· Assists in identifying placement for children who turn 18 years old.

To be provided
· Laptop, printer/scanner/fax machine
· BlackBerry
· Office supplies for the year (including ink cartridges)

· This position will include travel within the Portland area

If interested, please send your current CV as well as salary expectations to Please also outline any relevant work experience and/or credentials that you may have.