Bilingual Case Manager - Home Study Post-Release Services

Case Management Portland, Oregon


Case Manager-Home Study & Post Release Services  

Hybrid: Must be located in Oregon  

Full Time, Full Benefits  

FLSA: Non-Exempt  



The Case Manager is responsible for assessing the needs of each assigned child. The Case Manager completes extensive paperwork required by the contract, conducts screenings and assessments, and works with all external partners involved, including government agencies and consulate officials. The Case Manager will need to travel frequently by vehicle or airplane to visit clients' homes.   


Duties and Responsibilities:  

  • Maintains case file documentation in accordance with ORR requirements
  • Adheres to confidentiality standards set forth, when gathering, documenting, consulting or consolidating information necessary for the case management assessment and the plan of care 
  • Ensures regular contact with each child’s family when possible, and established service providers to communicate case planning and progress. Involves going into clients' homes.
  • Gather historical and current data relative to completion of a comprehensive case management assessment including, but not limited to, school records, medical records, mental health treatment, legal status and court involvement, social and family strengths and needs, support systems, and specific cultural issues


***We’re committed to providing quality services in a culturally competent manner. Due to program needs, the ideal candidate will be bilingual (Spanish and English) to ensure effective communication with youth in our care.   


Education and Work Experience:  

A typical background for the person who can fulfill the duties of this position is as follows:  

  • Bachelor’s degree in the behavioral sciences, human services or social services fields
  • Must be able communicate effectively in Spanish with government and consulate officials
  • 1-year of experience working with youth in a child welfare or social service setting  


Valued Experience:  

  • Child welfare and/or case management experience is strongly encouraged.


Other Requirements:  

  • Pass a DHS criminal history background
  • Meet agency driving requirements.
  • Remote position, but requires travel multiple days per week including flying and/or driving


Starting Pay Rate:  

Bilingual (Spanish) Case Manager: $26.41 - $27.47/hour  



Why join us?   

  • Growth Opportunities- Morrison values its employees and provides leadership training to see our employees thrive and grow. Promotion from within is encouraged and seen throughout the organization.    

  • Benefits and Perks – Extensive benefit package includes medical, dental and vision coverage. Company provided Life and Long-Term Disability. Paid vacation and sick time.    

  • We make a difference in our community – At Morrison we provide a comprehensive continuum of mental health, substance abuse and prevention and education services for youth, from birth through age 21. We work with families and communities to make a difference in every child’s life.   

  • Student Loan Forgiveness Options- Morrison is a non-profit mental health organization so working with us, you could qualify for student loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.    



About Us: 


Morrison Child and Family Services is a non-profit organization that provides a comprehensive array of services to children, adolescents, and their families.  As an agency Morrison, its team members, and clients commit to trauma informed care, ensuring we understand that behaviors are a result of trauma and are able to check our own trauma and bias in how we respond.    




Visit our website to learn more about our mission and history and our strategy for accomplishing our goal of achieving significant, positive, and long-term clinical outcomes for the clients we serve.   




At Morrison we celebrate diversity. Through our commitment to equity and inclusion, we support our communities to move beyond disparity and oppression and work with compassion, integrity, and dedication to social justice through the implementation of goals and policies. We strive to create an inclusive and anti-racist organization by ensuring that racial identity will not determine or predict the quality of trauma-informed care a child receives; to that effect, we’re looking for candidates who can provide culturally-appropriate care or possess the ability to hold each other and yourself accountable to the diversity and uniqueness of all individuals within Morrison, our clients and our community stakeholders.   


 Morrison employees are offered a variety of plans to help address their health and welfare needs, as well as the needs of their families.  Many of these benefits are paid in whole, or in part by Morrison and others are offered as a voluntary option to be paid for by the employee through payroll deductions.  Our comprehensive benefits package includes Medical, Prescription, Vision, Dental, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employer-Paid Life, AD&D and LTD, and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP).  In addition to these plans, employees may purchase additional voluntary life insurance, short-term disability, critical illness and accident coverage through Unum.




 Position Open Until Enough Qualified Applicants Have Responded 
 We strive to Create a Diverse, Inclusive environment to Better Serve our Clients. 
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.