Responsible for providing support, education, and linkages to community services for pregnant women, infants, and their families to ensure healthy and safe lifestyles. Monitors all health visits and completes required face-to-face contacts with pregnant women, infants, and their families, either in clinic or in the home, while providing required assessments and education on health and safety issues. This is a part time position requiring 18.75 hours per week.
One or more years of relevant experience in conjunction with:
Master’s degree or baccalaureate degree in a behavioral science, social science or health-related area, or
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Registered Nurse
Baccalaureate degree in any other area with one year experience in child, family or community services.
Associates degree with two years experience in child, family or community services.
Demonstrates motivation and ability to educate families on health and safety issues.
Excellent computer skills required.
Demonstrates proficient writing and organizational skills.
Not all Family Case Manager positions are bi-lingual. However, for those positions that do require this: bi-lingual in Spanish/English as follows: Reading - Required. Written – Preferred. Speaking – Required.
Valid driver’s license and automobile insurance.
DCFS Background check.
About VNA Health Care
VNA has been at the forefront of health services in area since 1918, bringing exceptional healthcare delivered in homes, VNA clinics and community settings with extensive programs and services. VNA clinics are located in seven large suburban communities: Aurora, Elgin, Carol Stream, Bensenville, Bolingbrook, Romeoville, and Joliet . With a staff of over 400 we serve 90,000 annually, providing primary care at our Federally Qualified Health Center. In 2012 VNA Health Care was voted Top 50 Best Places to Work in Illinois. As a Joint Commission accredited organization we offer a strengths based culture where you can put your talents into action. Here’s your opportunity to serve the greater good in a supportive team environment.