The County of Chester is an Equal Opportunity Employer that complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and offers full-time employees competitive and flexible benefits packages that include health, long-term disability, dental, and life insurance, and more.
Drug & Alcohol Case Management Specialist
This position conducts and/or reviews client intakes and assessments to approve and/or facilitate appropriate treatment placement; provides and/or ensures development of service plan that addresses client support service needs; and monitors treatment progress, routinely assesses appropriateness of treatment and service plans, and conducts continuing stay, transfer, and discharge reviews.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences and one year as a Drug and Alcohol Case Management Specialist Trainee or one year of direct service experience performing counseling or case management work in an alcohol or other drug treatment setting.
Manager, Finance & Admin Services
This position is a senior-level administrative position within the Chester County Library System and is responsible for managing all accounting, financial, and business operations of the Chester County Library and District Center. Additionally, this position manages the financial services supplied to the 15 members of the CCLS, coordinates the annual audits, and serves as a representative of the CCLS at numerous internal and external meetings.
The ideal candidate will possess, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree in Accounting with at least five years of progressive relevant experience and significant supervisory experience; knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting, along with general ledger and payroll experience; and understanding of fiscal planning, working knowledge of GAAP, and strong customer service and interpersonal skills.
Protective Service Care Manager
This position develops care plans based upon medical, social, psychological, and functional assessments; ensures that applicable time frames are met to ensure the safety of vulnerable clients; and conducts thorough investigations of the circumstances of clients in need of protection from abuse.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences and one year of direct aging care management experience; skill in the development of plans to address the needs of vulnerable older adults; and knowledge of social casework principles and methods.