The Transition Team Coordinator (TCC) is part of a multidisciplinary team for the Independence Plus and Second Generation programs, which serves young adults and parenting youth transitioning from the foster care and juvenile justice systems. The TTC contributes to the development of a comprehensive plan of care based on assessment of psychosocial, life skills, and career development needs for participants. The TCC is also the primary contact for communication with referring agency.
Not licensed? We will assist with preparation to sit for the Social Work licensing exam as well as pay for the exam and license.
- Schedule and facilitate case plan meetings for participants and interdisciplinary team members in conjunction with COMAR.
- Develop and implement written Independent Living Case Plans for program participants.
- Monitor participant’s progress towards goal achievement by meeting directly with participants in their living environment.
- Assist participants in the identification and creation of their own social support network.
- Assist participants by identifying and addressing those behaviors that are most likely to create or facilitate stability in their environment.
- Network with other community organizations to refer participants for education, mental health, physical health, support, and/or vocational training as necessary.
- Maintain client case records in accordance with licensing regulations and agency policy.
- Utilize computer-based documentation to record youth’s physical environment and goal achievement.
- Carry and respond to cellular phone in a timely manner during work hours.
- When necessary, submit critical incident reporting.
- Respond to the youths’ needs based on their level of self-sufficiency and established goals.
- Assist the transition team in recognizing and managing mental health and psychosocial needs of participants.
- Provide on-call backup on a rotating schedule.
- Clearances. State Police/FBI per state regulations; Child and Adult Protected services.
- Valid Driver’s License with acceptable driving record and proof of current automobile insurance and reliable transportation is required.
- Physical Demands:
- Ability to lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift up to 25 pounds with assistance.
- While performing this job, the individual is regularly required to sit and type at a computer or on a laptop
- Knowledge of and ability to navigate Baltimore Metropolitan area
- Individual will work in a culturally diverse environment
- Working Hours
- Must be able to work standard business hours on a consistent basis with some flexibility to adjust hours to meet the needs of the participants and organization.
- Emergency on-call duties, as assigned.
Bachelors or better in Social Work.
3 years: Working with youth/young adults in community setting.
Licenses & Certifications