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Court-Ordered Competency Case Manager

Job Type

Part-time, 20-35 hours per week

Starting Pay Range

$23-24/hour

About the Role

Join GET SAFE as an Advocacy and Training Specialist (ATS) to make a meaningful impact in the lives of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Our ATS team assists individuals who exhibit risk‐factors that often result in, or have already resulted in:

Crime perpetration
Legal offenses
Severe physical and psychological consequences

For clients court‐ordered to undergo competency training, ATS staff employs GET SAFE’s Functional Legal Competency Training (FLC) curriculum.
This is a hybrid role of remote and in-person work. There may be local travel required throughout nearby cities for in-person interactions with clients.
Primary Responsibilities:
FLC staff trains and evaluates functional competence within the specific parameters of understanding the unique set of circumstances, nomenclature, and processes individuals may encounter in the legal system. A carefully assigned FLC staff member advocates for and increases a client’s awareness of his or her:

Roles
Rights
Benefits
Consequences of legal involvement

Position Specifications:

Flexibility: Design your own schedule based off you and your client's mutual availability (typically Monday Friday)
Variable Hours: Weekly hours vary based on client meetings frequency.
Part-Time with Potential: Begin as a part-time staff member with the opportunity to transition to full-time (full-time staff eligible for medical, dental, and other benefits).
In-Person Services: Willingness to drive throughout surrounding cities throughout Riverside County to provide in-person services in the home and/or facilities serving this population if necessary. However, most services can be conducted remotely.

Join our team at GET SAFE to make a difference while enjoying a flexible schedule, valuable training experience, and the opportunity to positively impact the lives of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Apply today and be a part of our mission-driven community.

Requirements

  • Strong alignment with GET SAFE's mission and commitment to driving positive change.

  • Understanding of the legal system is a plus

  • Display a positive attitude, a proactive approach to learning, patience, flexibility, professionalism, and teamwork.

  • Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) or 1-2 years equivalent work experience, preferably in social work, psychology, criminal justice, human services, etc.

  • Experience working with individuals diagnosed with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities.

  • Proficiency in delivering training and instructions.

  • Familiarity with client documentation and billing processes.

  • Strong English language skills; Spanish proficiency preferred; knowledge of other languages is advantageous.

  • Comfortable with computer tools and software.

  • Fully vaccinated and boosted against Covid-19.

  • Possession of a valid CA driver's license and access to a personal vehicle for work.


Join our team at GET SAFE to make a difference while enjoying a flexible schedule, valuable training experience, and the opportunity to positively impact the lives of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Apply today and be a part of our mission-driven community.


About the Company

GET SAFE is a private, community-based agency focused on changing the lives of all people and ages by providing personal safety education and self-defense training. Our approach to serving others is unique in that we leverage our personalities to deliver often sensitive subject matter. By using highly engaging teaching methods and strategies, we break down the communication barriers related to violence prevention, crisis intervention, and recovery. We have been recognized by the communities we serve, and our brand stands by the people that support us. We hire only the best because our agency is as amazing as the people we serve.

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