Case Manager

Posted By: Ummid Ki Udan (A Center For Children & Families)


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description


1. Case Management:

- Conduct comprehensive assessments of children's needs, strengths, and risks in collaboration with families, community partners, and other relevant stakeholders.

- Develop and implement individualised case plans that address the unique needs of each child, including educational, social, emotional, and physical aspects.

- Monitor the progress of children's development and well-being, making adjustments to case plans as needed.

- Collaborate with service providers, educators, counselors, and healthcare professionals to coordinate and facilitate necessary interventions for children's growth and success.

2. Relationship Building:

- Establish and maintain positive relationships with children, families, and caregivers within the community.

- Serve as a trusted point of contact and advocate for children and families, addressing their concerns and needs promptly and effectively.

- Actively engage with community organizations, schools, and local agencies to enhance support networks for children and families.

- Attend community events and meetings to promote the organization's services and build strong connections.

3. Resource Coordination:

- Identify and connect children and families with appropriate resources and services, such as educational support, healthcare, counseling, and extracurricular activities.

- Assist families in accessing available financial assistance, scholarships, and grants to support children's educational and developmental needs.

- Maintain an up-to-date database of local resources and services to ensure accurate referrals.

4. Documentation and Reporting:

- Keep accurate and organised case records, progress notes, and documentation of interactions with children and families.

- Prepare timely and detailed reports on children's progress, challenges, and achievements for internal and external stakeholders.

- Ensure compliance with confidentiality standards and organizational policies when handling sensitive information.

5. Advocacy:

- Advocate for the rights and best interests of children within the community and larger systems.

- Raise awareness about issues affecting children's well-being and work towards positive systemic changes in collaboration with other professionals and advocacy groups.


- Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, child development, or a related field. Master's degree preferred.

- Minimum experience of 2 years in case management, particularly in working with children and families in rural settings.

- Strong understanding of child development, family dynamics, and community resources.

- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and active listening skills.

- Cultural sensitivity and ability to work effectively with diverse populations.

- Strong organizational and time-management skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities.

- Proficiency in documentation and record-keeping.

- Ready to travel on Various locations.

- Passion for making a positive impact on the lives of children and families in rural communities.

Application Process:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume, cover letter, and references to Applications will be accepted until [Application Deadline].

*Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Location: Kanchankunj, Madanpur Khadar, New Delhi, Delhi

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Ummid Ki Udan (A Center For Children & Families)
  • About Organization:We are seeking a passionate and dedicated Case Manager to join our team in Delhi. As a key member of our child-serving organization, you will play a vital role in building and maintaining positive relationships with children, families, and community stakeholders. Your primary focus will be to provide comprehensive case management services to ensure the well-being and development of children within the rural community.

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