Early Childhood Therapeutic Case Manager

Job Posted 5/11/2023
Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners
1605 County Road 101 N
Plymouth, MN 55447
United States
Category Jobs
Experience Required
Degree Required
Social Services
Application Closing Date
$54,800.00 to $60,280.00 Per Year
Job Description

IOCP is hiring an Early Childhood Therapeutic Case Manager to ensure children attain key developmental milestones as they grow and enter Kindergarten supported by ready families, ready schools and a ready community. This role will address the social emotional & mental health needs of parents, help strengthen parent-child relationships and the ecosystem surrounding kids and families. This is more than just a job. You’ll work alongside families to change the course of their lives!


  • Compensation starts at $54,800 - $60,280
  • Hybrid work environment
  • Work-life balance
  • Full-time, benefits eligible
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, FSA, 401(k)
  • Nine paid holidays
  • Generous PTO (starting at 21 days annually)
  • Six weeks of paid leave for employees eligible for parental or medical leave

A Peek at What You’ll Do

  • Provide therapeutic case management services such as biopsychosocial assessment, goal setting, advocacy, connecting to resources, crisis response, safety planning, counseling and coaching, documentation, and evaluation.
  • Provide psychoeducation on mental health, challenges of parenting, child development, trauma, and its impact on parent-child relationships in individual, family, and group formats.
  • Collaborate with other agencies (childcare providers, school districts and mental health partners) to meet the social-emotional and mental health needs of families and kids.
  • Deliver services at IOCP’s facility, in the community and via home visiting.
  • Facilitate support, community building and psycho-educational groups for parents and families.
  • Support the coordination of community events for families with young children.
  • Additional duties as listed in the position description.

Requirements You’ll Bring

  • Master’s degree or other graduate degree in one of the behavior sciences or related fields (social work, marriage & family therapy, psychology, counseling).
  • Pursuing licensure in one of the above categories.
  • Extensive knowledge of early childhood development, systems as well as public and private resources in early childhood to support the success of early learners.
  • Knowledge of mental health and common treatment modalities including but not limited to family systems, attachment, trauma-informed, person-centered and strengths-based.
  • Minimum of two years related experience in delivering mental health services.
  • Excellent organization and time management skills, and ability to work within a team.
  • Demonstrated cultural competence with a focus on inclusion.
  • A commitment to advocating for people living in poverty and social justice work.
  • A deep commitment and passion to Interfaith Outreach’s mission and work.
  • Occasional evening hours required.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, auto insurance and reliable transportation.

How to Apply

We require a resume and request you submit an informal letter detailing why you enjoy working with young families. All materials can be emailed to humanresources@iocp.org. Candidates are considered as submissions arrive. Position is open until filled.

About IOCP

We are a human service nonprofit that strengthens our community by meeting basic needs and equipping families for ongoing stability. Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we! Inclusionary relationships are core to our role as an employer, service provider, partner and community leader. We embrace diversity and are committed to promoting an inclusive environment across all types of differences.

Our work environment is client centered, values driven, team oriented, fast paced, diverse, and focused on learning and professional development. We have a strong internal culture of collaboration and team support, and a deep commitment across staff to our mission and values. Supervisors are extremely supportive of self-care, will help you grow and give you a platform to do amazing work. Our team is tight knit, supportive and has fun together! Learn more about us here: https://iocp.org/.

IOCP values a diverse work environment.

People of color and people from other underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply. 

IOCP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.