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Tribal Courts Case Manager - Sandia Resort & Casino

Job ID:

59305

Job Title:

Tribal Courts Case Manager

Company:

Sandia Resort & Casino

Location:

Albuquerque, New Mexico 87113
United States

Date Posted:

Apr 17, 2021

Ending Date:

May 16, 2021

Type of Position:

Full Time

Category:

Legal

Job Description

Position Summary

Serves as the coordinator for supportive services for the Pueblo of Sandia Tribal Court’s three (3) restorative programs: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). This position is responsible for the day to day administration, monitoring, documentation, communication, and case management of male and female clients and their identified family members involved in reintegration and/or reunification efforts stemming from Tribal Offenses or Tribal Court Interventions. This position is responsible for the creation and maintenance of three (3) data collection systems to monitor participants and family members: engagement, compliance, and outcome measures. The position is to work towards: identifying trends, performance measures, and performance outcomes for the basis for evaluation from a strengths-based perspective.

 

This position provides wrap around services through case management to participants and identified family members by creating inter-agency linkages to address participant’s needs in the areas of: transportation, housing, medical, mental health, education, vocation, skills training, and employment. This position will collaborate across disciplines from the fields of: health care, behavioral health, education, child development, law enforcement, courts, and Tribal Leadership. This position provides intakes, assessments, recommendations, and referrals for all clients associated with: Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). This position facilitates the Child Advocacy Team (CAT) and Health to Wellness Court (H2WC) monthly multi-disciplinary team meetings and coordinates the annual child welfare event and other related events.

 

This position is responsible for coordinating: communication, activities, and reports involving Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), and other grant funding sources for continued service delivery. This position is responsible for coordinating adult, child, elder, and vulnerable and offending populations’ prevention and protective services to support the preservation and protection of the Pueblo of Sandia Tribal Families, Community, and Culture. This position is expected to achieve its goals and objectives through direct action, collaboration, and reporting up to the Pueblo of Sandia Tribal Courts, Probation, Administration, and Leadership.

Supervision Exercised

Reports to the Court Administrator.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Provides coordinated and comprehensive case management to all participants of: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) with on-going referrals for program participants that are consistent with their case plans
  2. Coordinates and attends all hearings and monthly meetings with Tribal Courts, Leadership, and Administration for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  3. Creates and maintains a case files for participants from intake to termination of case for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  4. Manages daily operations and filing systems and provides needed audits for file compliance for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  5. Maintains up-to-date record of participant performance and provides progress reports/recommendations for Teams during H2WC and CAT hearings and meetings from intake to termination of case for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  6. Advocates for timely review, progress incentives, and relapse or recidivistic sanctions in response to client behavior for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  7. Coordinates continuum of care and transition supports through regular contact with external and internal reporting agents including but not limited to Sandia Police Department and Bureau of Indian Affairs, treatment providers, referral agencies, and Tribal Courts, Leadership, and Administration
  8. Implements effective in home, in the field, in the community, and in office visit protocols including but not limited to Confidentiality, Trauma Informed Care, and all related Tribal, Federal, and State Regulations
  9. Develops post-program services and prevention efforts for participant alumni and family for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  10. Takes calls and report of adult / elder / vulnerable populations / child: abuse, neglect, or exploitation; documents suspected abuse, neglect, or exploitation; and reports information to the proper authorities and reporting agents
  11. Provides support and coordination for all home inspections, family centered meetings, custodial hearings, and guardianship supervision under guidance of Tribal Courts, Leadership and Administration in respect to Tribal, Federal, and State guidelines for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  12. Compiles data, reports, and statistics regarding cases for Tribal Courts, Leadership, Administration, and reporting agencies including but not limited to: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Child Welfare 638 Contract, Bureau of Justice Assistance, etc. for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  13. Attends and performs training for process compliance of all cases pertaining to: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  14. Coordinates Annual Child Abuse Prevention Fair and provides guidance and technical assistance to the fair’s organizing committee
  15. Performs other duties as necessary for the success of: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), 4) Tribal Courts, and 5) the Pueblo of Sandia

 

Secondary Duties and Responsibilities

     

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  1. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.)
  2. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality with strong interpersonal and communication skills and knowledge around Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Confidentially of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records (42 CFR), Tribal Policies and Procedures, or any information that is deemed private, confidential, or protected
  3. Ability to interact professionally with members of the Tribal Community, Leadership, administration, general public, court staff, attorneys, etc.
  4. Ability to plan, implement, and coordinate work with other Sandia Departments to operate programming for: 1) Healing to Wellness Court (H2WC), 2) Tribal Social Services (Soc. Svc.), and 3) the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  5. Ability to effectively work in a culturally diverse environment with clients and participants facing legal, custodial, and other challenging situations
  6. Must be organized and detail oriented for timely reporting, service delivery, and coordination of meetings and hearings.
Requirements

Minimum Qualifications, Education and Experience

Required:

  1. High School Diploma, GED certification or equivalent
  2. Bachelor’s Degree (BS or BA) or higher in a related field from an accredited college or university and four (4) years’ previous professional experience working with clients in an administrative role working in a court, law office, or social services organization
  3. Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted New Mexico Driver’s License

 

Licensing Status

  1. Must be able to successfully pass a Background and Character Investigation in compliance with PL 101.630.
  2. Will require a post-offer, pre-employment and random drug screening.

Working Conditions

Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment, in the home of clients, or in the community

2. Flexible schedule to allow to work: at least one (1) evening per week, and at least one (1) monthly weekend for events

3. No or very limited physical effort required

4. Work environment involves minimal exposure to physical risks, such as operating dangerous equipment or working with chemicals

Additional Information

Salary:  $20.03 – $27.04 Per Hour

 

All applicants must be able to demonstrate their US work authorization during the employment verification process.

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Sandia Resort and Casino

30 Rainbow Road NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Phone: (800) 526-9366
https://www.sandiacasino.com


The Sandia Resort and Casino is situated on the Northeast corner of Interstate 25 and Tramway Road in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Since it first opened in 1994, The Sandia Resort and Casino has undergone extensive developments to its property to provide a truly all-inclusive and luxurious experience for visitors.

Owned and operated by the Pueblo of Sandia, it was the very first Indian casino in New Mexico at its opening. Now there are approximately 25 tribal casinos in the state, including Sandia.

The goal was to create an upscale experience that was close to home for New Mexicans, while encompassing Southwestern pride and culture for out-of-state visitors. With friendly customer service and opulent amenities, this goal was not only realized, it made Sandia Resort & Casino the best place for entertainment in the state.

The Vegas-style casino floor offers 140,000 square feet of your favorite games, including more than 2,300 slots, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Mini Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Bingo, Live Keno, and the state's largest non-smoking Poker room. 

This is only the tip of the iceberg in regards to all that Sandia Casino has to offer. With the addition of the hotel in 2005, and another expansion in 2014 to add the golf pavilion and parking garage, Sandia Resort & Casino slowly became much more than just a place to game.

Visitors from all over the nation can now get lost in the lights and sounds of the casino floor, relax at the luxurious Green Reed Spa, dive into the outdoor pool, tee off on the 18-hole championship golf course, listen to their favorite singer at the amphitheater, dine at any of the numerous restaurants, bars, and lounges, get married to their best friend, and spend the night in one of the grand, luxury suites – all available onsite.

Come say hello to New Mexico’s best place to play – Sandia Resort & Casino!