Position: TYS Case Manager

Position Purpose:

Manages cases in the Transitional Youth Service program and assists with accomplishing the goals and objectives of Fraser, Ltd. to ensure effective and efficient services.

Fraser, Ltd Overview:

Established in 1893, Fraser Ltd., by charter is the oldest human service agency in North Dakota. Our mission is to provide support to children, youth and adults on their life's journey to independence. Fraser fosters the development of functional academic and independent living skills which are person centered and age appropriate. A variety of residential services are available for individuals over the age of 18 who require subsidized housing. We employ caring, responsible, and compassionate individuals on our team of over 300 professionals. 


LCSW preferred, LSW with 2+ years’ experience accepted. 


This position will maintain a case load of youth (ages 16-26) who are at-risk or experiencing homelessness as well as participate with program development and the management of drop-in center and/or residential programs. Qualified candidate will demonstrate competence and sensitivity to mental health issues, trauma, domestic violence, poverty, and substance abuse. Knowledge of community services and resources is a plus.

Must pass pre-employment drug test and background check. Must have a valid driver's license.

Full benefits to include Medical, Dental, Life, AFLAC, Retirement, Vacation/Sick, and Holidays.

Please submit cover letter and resume to fraser@fraserltd.org.



Fraser Ltd.


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