MISSSEY, Inc. (Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting and Serving Sexually Exploited Youth) is a community-based organization in Alameda County, CA, founded in 2007 to respond to the epidemic of sexual exploitation, where comprehensive services are provided in a safe environment to support and serve sexually exploited and at-risk youth. Through MISSSEY’s Training Institute, staff provide training for law enforcement, social services personnel, and other professionals in identifying and working with CSEC – children and youth who have been sexually exploited. Workshops and information are also offered throughout the community to raise awareness among the public.
Case Manager Position Summary
MISSSEY believes that with the right opportunities and support, domestically trafficked youth can overcome the circumstances of their exploitation and lead quality lives with purpose. Case management services are provided in the community as well as to children and transitional age youth incarcerated in public institutions.
Under the supervision of the Director of Programs, the Case Manager is responsible for implementing and maintaining MISSSEY’s case management services, including one-on-one services to victims and survivors of commercial sexual exploitation, engaging with families, collaborating across systems and disciplines, and working as part of a service delivery team. Through a trusting relationship with clients, the Case Manager focuses on facilitating the move “out of the life,” recovery, and growth of the young people they serve. The Case Manager works within the limitations of the organization’s resources and in compliance with grants, contracts, and agency policies and procedures.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
SALARY AND BENEFITS
This is a full time (40 hours a week), non-exempt position with benefits.
MISSSEY is an equal opportunity employer. Survivors, former foster care youth, women of color, and QTPOC are strongly encouraged to apply. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.