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Senior Services Case Manager

Collat Jewish Family Services (CJFS) is seeking licensed, master’s level social worker (LMSW, or higher) to provide case management services to older adults and their families. The Senior Service Case Manager utilizes professional skills to perform assessments, create and implement care plans, and access community resources to enable aging-in-place safely and improve quality of life for families as they navigate later life. Qualified candidates will have professional experience working with older adults and an understanding of the range of issues and dynamics that families face as loved ones age. LBSWs with 2+ years of experience with an aging population may be considered.

CJFS is a non-profit United Way partner agency providing counseling and social services to people of every faith, age, and race across the Birmingham area. Our diverse staff serves individuals and families at every stage of life, enabling aging-in-place, providing emotional support and promoting mental health and wellness, with a special focus on serving older adults and their caregivers. Our agency culture is inclusive and welcoming to all, the majority of our staff is not of the Jewish faith. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality, client-centered professional services. Send letters of inquiry and resumes to: Pam Leonard, Director of CJFS Programs. For a full job description CLICK HERE.


CJFS, Collat Jewish Family Services, is a non-profit organization with a long-standing commitment to care for people of every faith, age and race. Our diverse staff serves individuals and families at every stage of life, with a special focus on supporting independence and enriching quality of life for older adults. Our agency culture is inclusive and welcoming to all.

CJFS is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote, and compensate individuals, and to administer any and all personnel actions in accordance with applicable state, federal or local laws, without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, pregnancy, status as a current or former member of the uniformed services, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.