Atlantic Street Center is a non-profit, social service agency serving the Seattle area for more than 100 years utilizing family-centered, community-based models.

We currently have an opening for a full-time Case Manager – Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative (SYVPI).  As a member of the Counseling Program, the Case Manager-SYVPI is responsible to help youth navigate school and criminal justice systems, access community support services, such as tutoring, mental health and/or employment, and intervene to interrupt the cycle of violence.  Case managers provide culturally appropriate outreach, advocacy, and support services.  Key responsibilities include case management, project delivery, and community relations, such as: engaging youth and families in services, making successful referrals based on assessed and/or expressed needs, developing and executing comprehensive service plans; documentation of services; networking with and collaborating with community partners to meet all client goals and program outcomes.

Qualified candidates MUST have the following:  Two years or more direct social service experience with ethnically-diverse, low income, at-risk youth and their families; prior experience delivering effective case management services; proven ability to work successful in a multi-cultural/multi-ethnic environment, especially with African American and other ethnic minority inner-city youth and families; extensive knowledge of South Seattle communities and youth-related issues. Active registration as Agency Affiliated Counselor in Washington State is also required. .

Preference is giving to those with: a Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, education or related social services; experience working or volunteering with non-profit organizations and/or community-based programs.

Successful candidates will possess strong organizational skills, be able to develop rapport with youth; facilitate youth peer groups and activities for ethnically-diverse at-risk youth; and knowledge of mental health, alcohol/drug, and youth gang issues, as well as juvenile justice system and public school system.

Please see complete job description at   for further job details and qualification requirements.

How to apply

Qualified individuals should submit a resume and cover letter clearly stating how you meet or exceed the required qualifications. Please indicate in your email or fax subject line – “Case Manger – SYVPI”

Submit materials by email or fax to:


Manager of Human Resources

Atlantic Street Center
Fax: (206) 329-2171