Case Manager, Social Services

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Job Title

Case Manager, Social Services

Reporting to

Program Manager – Case Management

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Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors (CJCS)

Job Summary

The case manager’s role is to provide and coordinate psychosocial and concrete services to seniors and/or vulnerable older adults of the Jewish community with the goal of enhancing their functioning, autonomy and social integration.


- Psychosocial and/or financial assessment of clients
- Completion of full Homecare assessment by using the designated tools and conducting in-home evaluation
- Development and implementation of intervention plan in consultation with client and/or caregiver and any other relevant professional or community partner
- Responsible for regular follow-up, ongoing psychosocial support and reassessment of client’s needs including crisis intervention, agency response, referrals, advocacy, case presentation to internal and/or external committees
- Maintaining ongoing communication with Homecare team
- Consultation and collaboration with diverse internal and external professionals and systems
- Identification of trends in requests and community needs
- Participation in training and educational workshops and keep up to date with the most current trends related to seniors and Homecare
- Fulfilment of all administrative and data requirements

Education, Knowledge and Skills

- Bachelor degree in Social Work or related field
- Minimum of 2 years of experience working with older adults
- Bilingual (English & French)
- Knowledge of the Jewish Community an asset
- Competency in Excel, Word and Outlook
- Solid base of clinical knowledge and skills
- Excellent listening and communication skills
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Strong organizational and administrative skills

Application Procedure

Interested candidates may submit their resume to HR at: [email protected]

Only applicants to be considered for the position will be contacted for an interview


Please note this is a 1 year maternity leave contract.
As per the recommendation of Canadian health experts, Federation CJA is advocating and practicing social distancing. Emerging research shows people can be contagious without showing symptoms, making it difficult to know who is spreading the disease. In order to \"flatten the curve\" on the pandemic and keep our community safe, we are postponing or cancelling all upcoming events until further notice. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.
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