Immediate Disaster Case Management Program Positions Available
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center (CPC), our nation faces a 70% chance of an above-normal hurricane season. That means 6-9 Hurricanes with 3-5 of them categorized as major. We want to ensure we are prepared and ready to serve those impacted by natural disasters.
HOPE worldwide is continuing our recruitment efforts and to fill 180 (Intermittent) positions over the next four months. These positions will be utilized to form scalable teams which provide Disaster Case Management services when deployed in the event of a Presidential declared federal natural disaster.
HOPE worldwide is currently recruiting for the following positions:
Disaster Case Manager: Delivers disaster case management services during immediate response and work with local Disaster Case Management (DCM) agency case managers to transition cases to the local agency. Disaster case managers should have a BA in social work, counseling, psychology or sociology and one year's experience in case management (OR) a High School diploma and four years of case management experience.
Disaster Case Management Supervisor: Provide support and supervision to DCM team Disaster Case Managers in the delivery of client services. Disaster case management supervisors should have a master's degree in social work, counseling, or psychology (OR) a BA in social work, counseling, psychology, or sociology and four years of case management experience as well as two years of supervisory experience.
Unfortunately these opportunities are for U.S. residents only. For additional information regarding this new initiative and the eligibility requirement to be a Disaster Team cadre member please contact:
Please submit a current resume to Neffertina.German@hopeww.org for each individual to be considered for HOPE worldwide's disaster case management team.
All candidates must be U.S. residents.
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