Case Manager

Clinical San Diego, California


Case Manager
Type: Part-Time
Pay: Hourly $30

Welcome to Positive Development, a new model of care in autism.

Who we are: 

Our mission is to help children and adolescents with autism build more natural, meaningful connections with their families and communities as they achieve greater growth, independence, and joy. We believe deeply in the power of the developmental approach because we have seen firsthand the transformation our children and families experienced. 

People come to Positive Development for the cause and stay for the community. Few jobs provide the opportunity to change lives meaningfully while allowing you to work as your true, authentic self. We embrace diversity and difference among our staff and respect you for who you are – just as we do our clients. Best of all, we have so much fun together. 

Our Case Managers are key members of the therapeutic team at Positive Development. They work in collaboration with Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, and Lead Mental Health Clinicians to provide a true developmental and trans-disciplinary approach of excellence to children and their families.  

We are seeking an authentic, joyful, growth-minded Case Manager to join our growing team.


Daily Responsibilities Include: 

  • Provide support, training and mentorship to paraprofessionals delivering in-home and center-based developmental interventions 
  • Develop treatment plans and document clients’ progress 
  • Provide direct services to clients and family members in multiple settings such as in the client's home, centers, and via telehealth. 
  • Work in collaboration with other clinical team members, including Speech/Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Mental Health Clinicians to provide a high-quality, developmental treatment approach to children and their families. 
  • Support program development, lead training groups, or complete other administrative tasks as asked by team or center leadership 
  • Attend meetings led by operational support staff 



  • Bachelor’s degree required.  Related discipline preferred. 
  • Must be enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program in a related field 
  • 1-2 years of experience working with autistic children. Experience working with parents preferred. 
  • Ability to commute up to 20 miles 
  • Flexibility to work up to 20 direct client hours/week 
  • Bring a self-starting, initiative-taking, flexible “yes” attitude to work every day! 

Medical Specialty:

  • Pediatrics 


  • Outpatient clinic 
  • In-home setting 
  • Virtual

Benefit Conditions:

  • Only full-time employees eligible 
  • Referral Program 

Please note: Employment is dependent on passing a background check consistent with our company standards.

If you would like to
 Start Here and Build a Career with Positive Development, we would love to hear from you!