Case Manager Job Description Sample
KVC is seeking a dedicated Case Manager or Therapeutic Case Manager to provide oversight and case management services to children and families in order to facilitate safety, permanency, and well-being.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned according to the qualification of staff and development of programs.
Continue to build a child welfare system that is safe, secure, and stable; family centered; connected to the community; which relies on evidence-based practice necessary to support contract services in Kansas.
Provide in-home reintegration and adoption services to clients and their families.
Maintain regular communication with the child(ren) and parent(s) as directed by supervisor.
Organize and facilitate case planning conferences with family members and other professionals.
Complete child social histories.
Attend school meetings and communicate with educational professionals as needed.
Maintain regular communication with foster homes and kinship caregivers.
Gather information on children and family functioning and integrate that information into comprehensive assessments.
Provide Independent Living services to children as needed in partnership with KVC Independent Living Services.
Assess viability of relative and kinship placements through home studies.
Assist parents in finding community resources such as housing, employment, transportation, utilities, and mental and physical health care.
Provide referrals for mental health services and any other required service for the children and/or family.
Maintain working relationships/communication with the Department for Children and Families and other community partners.
Prepare well-written court reports.
Complete all court orders as directed by the court.
Testify in termination of parental rights trials and other court hearings.
Supervise parent/child and other family visits as needed.
If requested, complete adoption home studies.
Develop safety plans and aftercare plans with families as needed.
Provide on-call crisis intervention on a rotating schedule.
Document all contact with clients and collaterals; complete case activity logs each month and keep record of all related documentation; maintain client files.
Transport clients to visits and appointments as needed.
Attend required trainings.
FLSA Status: Exempt
All applicants must be 21 years of age, have a valid driver's license and car insurance as well as pass all applicable background checks and Department of Transportation health assessment. KVC is an equal opportunity employer.
KVC Kansas represents one of the strongest and broadest child welfare and behavioral healthcare continuums in the nation. We are responsible for the care of all children who served by the Kansas Department for Children and Families Kansas City Metro and East Regions. KVC provides case management, therapy, family education/support, transportation and aftercare services, impacting thousands of children and family members each day. KVC believes that children can't wait, and has helped Kansas achieve national leadership in child welfare standards set by the federal Children and Family Service review; outcomes that ensure child safety, permanency and wellbeing.
At KVC, you will enjoy a professional and innovative atmosphere focused on serving children and families in Kansas. KVC continually searches for ways to raise the bar in child welfare and enhance the wellbeing of children and families. Our goal is not only short-term safety and permanency, but long-term, lasting success that will support children's education, health and emotional stability throughout their lives. Our unique KVC family-centered practice model uses an array of evidence-based practices, such as Trauma Systems Therapy (TST), that are proven by their outcomes. KVC's participation in national research initiatives gives you front row access to at
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About our practice:
We are a Multi-specialty Medical office that specializes in helping people achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle through Regenerative Medicine while educating them on how their body functions, how Regenerative Medicine works, and what health is all about, so they can tell others about what we do, and why we do what we do!
We utilize cutting edge procedures to save people from needless drugs and surgery!
- Our location: 507 West Palmetto Street, Florence, SC 29501
- Our Website:www.advantagehealthandwellnesscenter.com
The purpose of the Case Manager is to ensure each patient is very well educated on the need and purpose for treatment and effective well understood financial arrangements resulting in a fully paid and compliant patient. This is done by the Case Manager being the Coach, Facilitator, Strategist, Visionary, Influencer, and Team Member to the department.
The view point you should have while working this position:
You as a Case Manager will be committed to achieving the goals and the objectives for the purpose of the company. You will need to be a Case Manager that when times are tough continues to look for solutions and cease from blaming others. You must for ways to make ideas work rather than reasons they won’t. You will need to be eager in your willingness to reach our purpose and all that it entails. You are the Department Head of Case Management that will help others win and take pride in other’s victories. You need to believe in what we are doing so you can act on pure purpose. You will be part of a “support system” working alongside the whole staff to educate our patients on their health, moving them to their optimal level of health and well-being. You must have passion and be committed to the work that needs to be done. You possess the education, skills, knowledge, competencies, and experiences needed to effectively be that “support system”. You must own your job.
Specific responsibilities & duties:
- Must know and understand all aspects of the company and the purpose of the company.
- Be trained and attend all trainings to have knowledge of the job and its duties.
- Must have knowledge of all department policies and company policies.
- Understand and implement all company forms, Communication Center Box, 3 basket system, and email to communicate. (If you do not know these management systems, you must be able and willing to be trained)
- Do the Report of Findings
- Collect finances from patients. Keeps accurate track of all Prepays, Care Credit, and HCPS collected.
- Go over the Patient Policies with the patient and gets agreement on each of them. Schedule patients and guests for Workshops
- Do all required paperwork with the patient such as Treatment Plan, Financial Agreements, Service Agreements, Liens, and etc.
- Collect, Track, and verify all daily logs are correct and up to date.
- Make sure that the referral activities continue at a level that ensures growth.
- Get testimonials.
- Work and graph all required stats. Complete quota graph daily. Turn weekly stats in on Fridays.
- Complete and implement personal Battle plan.
- Meet for morning huddle.
- Meet for department meeting every morning before office opens and every afternoon before opening after lunch.
- Responsible for checking the schedule to ensure that all patients scheduled for the Report of Findings and Re-exams are scheduled correctly.
- Document all relevant information.
- Bring wins to morning huddle
- Staff meetings/Department meetings
- Meeting and educating all Day patients
- Properly handing off patient and patients charts according to policy
- Scheduling all day patients correctly
- Call and reschedule all missed appointments for day patients
- Log checks on all logs used in department
- Meeting with all re-exam patients/scheduling future visits and next re-exam
- Completing all required reports for department
- Checking and working charts on cart at front desk
- Turning in all correct stats used in department
- Bring wins to morning huddle
- Excellent Communication Skills.
- Able to control others in a nice but assertive way.
- One to Two years’ experience of sales is a definite plus.
- One to Two years’ experience in the medical field in a definite plus.
- One to Two years’ customer service experience is a definite plus.
- Upbeat/Smile a lot
- Must be able to think and act efficiently
- Able to be professional yet comforting with patients
Depending on your experience and performance record, we offer a base salary of $12/hr to $20 /hr, plus commissions (or bonuses).
Please do not call the practice, as we do not take phone applications. Thank you for applying through
the link provided below.
??? Minimum 3 years of acute care clinical experience.
??? Minimum of 2 years Clinical Case Management/Utilization Review experience (preferred)
??? Theoretical knowledge of the nursing process, case management and continuity of care
??? Ability to maintain adequate physical and mental health to meet job performance standards
??? Advanced assessment and teaching skills.
??? Motivation for self-direction
??? Ability to exercise supervisory skills and demonstrate leadership
??? Able to relate and work with chronically ill and disabled patients of all ages, and with emotionally upset, and at times hostile people within the facility.
??? Able to relate and work with various managed care representatives, defining the continuing need for medical treatment.
??? Speak and read English fluently.
??? Current RN license by the Pennsylvania state board of nursing
??? Certified Case Manager (CCM) preferred
Must have strong computer skills for documentation
Ability to operate within different databases (including Excel)
Provide financial assistance and/or referrals to clients in need based on established criteria; assess all families with minor children for eligibility in the Pathway of Hope (POH) program. Coordinate all Pathway of Hope services using strength-based case management model to families with a desire to take action to break the cycle of crisis and change the trajectory of their lives.
- Interview clients to determine need • Determine if client qualifies for Emergency Assistance (EA) or POH services based on policies and regulations governing eligibility• Develop client assistance plans• Provide referrals to appropriate agencies/services when assistance is unavailable or when further assistance is needed• Encourage clients to utilize community resources and instruct them on how to access such• Maintain confidentiality of records and information• Coordinate special outreach events and seasonal programs with Corps Officer(s)• Oversee pantry operations: including produce storage, meat storage, proper stock rotation, hours of operations, mobile pantry, commodities, etc.• Recruit and train front desk clerks• Recruit, train and oversee S.E.R. workers• Recruit and train pantry volunteers
- Create and update client file and input data into MAACLink database• Maintain all necessary statistics and data with on time monthly submission of statistics to Corps Officer(s)• Complete required reports• Maintain tracking of available funding at corps site• Track and report unmet needs of participants and their families
- Be knowledgeable of community social services and interpret social services regulations in a clear, accurate and helpful manner to clients• Serve as the liaison between clients and other organizations/agencies• Communicate appropriately with staff, clients, other agencies and the public using the telephone or in face-to-face contact, one-to-one and in group settings• Work cooperatively and jointly with staff, clients and agencies to provide quality/caring services
Pathway of Hope
Outreach and Engagement
- Conduct regular outreach to social services sites and other locations in the community to identify eligible applicants• Engage and build rapport with target population• Conduct screening interviews with potential applicants in accordance with POH eligibility requirements • Present potential participants to POH team to include the corps officer, youth pastor, Regional Coordinator, and Divisional POH Program Manager• Provide appropriate referrals for individuals not eligible for POH services
- Perform intake that includes required documentation for admission, referral needs, explanation of program and expectations• Conduct a written assessment on all participants within 72 hours of intake including screening for serious personal safety and mental health issues• Develop a case plan with the participant based on the primary goals of housing stability, increased income/financial resources and skills, and self determination within one week of intake which includes short-term and long-term goals with objectives. Update case plan as needed• Schedule regular meeting times with participants to develop and review goals and objectives• Conduct home visits as determined by the case plan• Provide information and referral services as needed• Assist participants in making linkages and accessing appropriate community resources• Provide advocacy services as needed, i.e., court involvement, landlord/tenant conflict resolution, etc.• Provide financial assistance in accordance with program policies and procedures.• Coordinate case management efforts with all staff and contracted services to meet individual and family needs• Develop a discharge plan with participants addressing permanent housing stability, economic stability, emotional stability and self determination• Assist participant to develop a crisis plan; be available during off hours to respond to an emergency• Conduct life skills and budgeting classes• Maintain case files for each participant that includes the assessment, case plan, documentation of progress, challenges, outcomes/accomplishments, discharge plan and summary, and documentation of all follow up contact• Maintain comprehensive and detailed case notes on all participants• Complete required documentation of all educational groups• Prepare case records for proper storage after participant discharge• Ensure client confidentiality in accordance with established procedures and regulations
HMIS Case Management & Direct Assistance
- Maintain comprehensive demographic data as required on all participants• Submit monthly summary of service statistics to the Regional Coordinator• Maintain accurate records of financial assistance provided to participants in their file and in the MAACLink Homeless Management Information System and The Salvation Army Information Management System (SIMS) within one week of service• Complete other reports as requested
Agency and Community Networking
- Attend agency and community meetings as requested• Meet with Regional Coordinator on a regular basis (at least monthly) for individual consultation and case management supervision• Participate in monthly cluster meetings led by the Regional Coordinator• Attend supervisory meetings• Maintain working relationships with community agencies to provide comprehensive services for participants and to stay abreast of current trends and resources available• Provide guidance and support to community volunteers working with the program• Represent the agency's purpose, philosophy, and function to the community• Promote the spiritual dimension of Salvation Army social services programs, emphasizing the importance of Christian influence and evangelism in all Salvation Army ministries, including delivery of social services in contemporary settings
- Track and report unmet needs of participants and their families• Document and report effectiveness of service delivery using consumer, case management and community resource feedback• Provide ideas for programming specific to educational or process groups needed for participants• Ensure quality of local data and reporting of information that will support national and territorial POH program outcomes• Ensure relevance and consistency of POH by collaborating with the Regional Coordinator and Divisional Program Manager with ongoing development of policies and procedures, goals and objectives, and outcome based measures related to the POH • Report any POH challenges and work with the corps officer and POH Program Manager to develop an action plan to address program development needs
Pathway of Hope Program Evaluation and Outcomes Measurement
- Ensure the accuracy of data entry into the MAACLink and SIMS database• Participate in other program and outcome evaluation activities• Assist Regional Coordinator in the annual POH evaluation/outcomes measurement for Corps and summary/review report to the Divisional Program Manager and Divisional Social Services Director• Assist Regional Coordinator in the completion of quarterly random record reviews and annual review of compliance with standards in order to assure for program evaluation/certification requirements.
Education and Training
- Attend training sessions that support the initial implementation phase and ongoing training requirements for POH• Attend in-service training and outside conferences/workshops as requested and approved by the Corps Officers• Participate in POH workshops and other training events at the territorial, divisional or local level, as requested and/or assigned
Bachelor's degree in human service area: prefer BSW from an accredited college or university. Associates degree with extensive experience in strength-based case management may substitute for bachelor's degree as determined on a case by case basis.
EXPERIENCE / BACKGROUND:
Minimum of two years of case management experience in a comparable social service program that offer multi-faceted case management interventions designed to address the needs of those who are vulnerable utilizing a strength-based approach.
Analytical/Assessment Skills & Competencies: Critical thinking, complex data analyses, articulate analysis and evidence based research, and creative problem solving, Planning Skills & Competencies:
Organize/implement plans, develop policies/procedures, standardize operations, manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously, delegation, establish and meet goals, detail orientation, and strategies for CQI.Communication Skills & Competencies: Professional written and verbal communication skills in Standard English, concisely articulate information for application, presentation and public speaking. Cultural Competency Skills & Competencies:
Adaptable in culturally diverse environments, and respectful of cultural differences. Community Practice Skills & Competencies: Engage with others, form collaborative alliances, influence, motivate, manage change, and address barriers.
Assess community needs, plan interventions, and participate in community leadership applying research-based practices.Financial Planning, Management Skills & Competencies: Budget forecasting, analysis of income, expenses, prior year actuals and variances, and establishment of annual budgets. Create and maintain a detailed budget planning tool with anticipated expenses.
Leadership, Systems Thinking Skills & Competencies: Effective team leadership modeling ethical standards. Adaptability to changing conditions and requirements.
Discretion in confidential information flow. Conflict resolution and mediation skills. Other
Services are provided to vulnerable individuals and families, therefore applicants with felony convictions for child abuse, child endangerment, or crimes against persons, cannot be considered for this position. Ability to meet and maintain The Salvation Army driver qualification eligibility.
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the duties of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions.
Physical requirements include:
- Ability to sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, and twist on an intermittent or occasional continuous basis• Ability to grasp, push, pull objects such as reference materials, files, file cabinet drawers, and reach overhead• Ability to load and to change settings, devices, and fixtures on various equipment used in and around an office environment• Ability to operate telephone and other electronic communication devices• Ability to operate various other office equipment including personal computers, copiers, fax machines, and scanning equipment• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. occasionally
The Case Manager is responsible for the submission of service plans and other assessments required for the compiling of a comprehensive case file found on Southwest Key Programs (SWK) designated web-based program with supporting documentation maintained in physical files. The Case Manager is required to maintain a flexible, organized and efficient work schedule and is subject to work extended hours, weekends, and be on-call.
Conduct initial intake interviews of youth to include gathering familial, possible sponsorship information and to establish age of the youth.
Conduct interviews of family members, friends of family and/or sponsors to determine the integrity of the relationship and verify information received from minor within 24-48 hours upon admission to the shelter.
Determine options available for youth within 48-72 hours and proceed with the required documentation to reunify youth with family in home country or in the United States as deemed applicable.
Coordinate with local pro bono attorneys for the timely provision of "Know Your Rights" presentations to youth and ensure youth signs the acknowledgment and receives a copy of the Legal Service Provider list and Notice to Juvenile Aliens in Federal Facilities Funded by DHS or HHS.
Ensure the timely completion of (assessments) Initial Intake, Emergency Placement, and Preliminary Service Plans in accordance with SWK, State, and Federal requirements. Additional assessments may be required depending on the location of the program and state licensing requirements. Forms are subject to change at any time.
Ensure the timely submission of the initial Individual Service Plan due within 21 days of the youth's arrival to the shelter and 30 day updates thereafter in accordance with SWK, State and Federal requirements.
Document all actions taken and contacts with youth, sponsor, and stakeholders in the form of progress notes (efforts) as required by SWK, State and Federal contracts.
Complete and submit reunification packets for initial review to Lead Case Manager or Designee. (if applicable)
Submit completed reunification packet with appropriate referral made by Case Manager for the timely release of youth to designated ORR representative.
Provide weekly face to face updates to youth and telephonic updates to family members/sponsor with documentation found in ETO.
Ensure the provision of two weekly telephonic contacts with family of origin, primary caregiver and/or sponsor.
Facilitate incoming calls to minors with the appropriate family members and other approved caregivers.
Facilitate attorney to client contact as requested by youth.
Coordinate weekly treatment team meetings with representatives from all departments at the shelter.
Attend case staffing with funding source representative.
Maintain physical and web-based client files.
Drive clients to facilitate program services, may include transportation to court appointments, attorney visits, other appointments as per contractual requirements as needed. May also include transporting youth within the United States if reunified.
Attend all organizational required trainings.
Attend all departmental and program meetings to ensure that up-to-date information is received and/or information of policy changes or practice are adhered to.
Attend training that will enhance professional growth in the area of case manager and documentation or other topics as deemed appropriate by the program director.
Must assist in the evacuation of youth as needed due to inclement weather conditions, natural disasters, or other unforeseen occurrences.
Travel as needed for trainings, conferences or to transport youth to destinations located within the U.S.
Maintain a safe, clean and hazard-free work area.
Ensure the proper supervision of youth at all times.
Able to react to change productively and handle other essential tasks as assigned.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Bachelor's degree required in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Counseling or other social service field.
1 year experience preferred working with adolescents or in the youth services field. (volunteer and internship experienced included)
Must be computer literate with working knowledge of Microsoft Windows (Word Perfect, Microsoft Word, Excel)
Must possess a valid state driver's license and be eligible to drive to facilitate program services as required by contractual agreement.
Required to work a flexible schedule to facilitate program services.
Cleared Tuberculosis test results.
Cleared background check from appropriate entity.
Cleared drug test results (this one is for Texas programs only).
Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of hire.
Must be able to obtain Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) certification and First Aid Certification (CPR). Must be able to supervise clients indoors and outdoors as necessary. Bending, stooping and lifting up to 15 lbs required to complete daily tasks. Job requires extended periods of sitting; use of various office equipment.
This is a twenty four hour residential facility at which minors receive multiple services. Three shifts per twenty four hour period. Work shifts are subject to change. Noise levels vary from mild to moderate. Predominantly indoors, occasional outdoor monitoring or activities.
Community Hospital is a 254-bed Joint Commission accredited full-service hospital that is committed to caring for people throughout their cycle of life. Recognized locally as a leading health care provider, hospital is large enough to offer the continuum of care that you and your family need, but small enough to provide the personal attention that you and your family deserve.
The RN-Case Manager works closely with the collaborative care team, assesses plans, intervenes, and reassesses an individual's needs to implement a plan of care in order to meet the needs of the individual(s). He/she assesses patient and family for clinical appropriateness of setting, and establishes plans for effective allocation of resource management for continuum of care. The Case Manager's responsibilities can include, but are not limited to concurrent reviews and the denial process, identifying discharge needs of patients, proactively interacting with various hospital departments to ensure diagnostic information is captured, and physician collaboration. Coordinates the overall interdisciplinary plan of care for a patient, from admission to discharge. Acts as a liaison between patient/family and healthcare personnel to ensure necessary care is provided promptly and effectively. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Typically reports to a head of a department/unit.
- A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required.
- Must be a registered nurse with 2-4 years of clinical experience within a hospital setting
- Experience working with a hybrid medical record preferred.
Position: Foster Care Case Manager
Supervisor: Foster Care Program Director
Location: Springdale, OH
We are social entrepreneurs and we are changing the face of child well-being. To do that, we need to win the war on talent. Our formalized recruiting and hiring process is an essential ingredient to finding the right people to help us build families stronger, faster, and smarter than anyone else.
Necco has an opportunity for a career as Foster Care Case Manager . This role will work with the child and foster parent(s) to help the child reach their goals. This role will be working with clients in an office, community, school setting, and in the foster home. This position will add value to the company by equipping the child and foster parent (s) with the support and resources needed to achieve permanency.
You should be accurately described as:
A happy warrior who thrives on leading from the front with strategic thinking. A solid communicator in search of decisions that deliver real results.
A problem-solver, financial steward, and one who excels at collaboration. Ridiculously passionate about the company's success, growth, and program quality.
The candidate selected will be responsible for the following:
● Participate in the referral matching process for children and families, while advocating for best possible home match.
● Facilitate and develop each child's Initial Treatment Plan and Comprehensive Treatment Plan
● Facilitate and/or ensure completion of appropriate Assessments, i.e. Biopsychosocial, Independent Living, Diagnostic, etc.
● Ensure initial legal documentation is obtained prior to placement or service delivery
● Ensure that appropriate safety plans are developed during intake
● Develop and facilitate each consumer's Individualized Treatment Plan (ITP)
● Assist foster parents and the foster child with the implementation, tracking, and
monitoring of the Comprehensive Treatment Plan
● Meet and/or exceed all state and licensure regulations regarding contact with the
foster children on your caseload
● Serve as liaison between Necco and placement agency and all necessary
community resource entities
● Provide transportation as needed
● Participate in service meetings which may include community support
representatives, consumer's guardian, state worker, outpatient clinician, foster
parents, school system, and other invested parties
● Establish relationships with school and education personnel to ensure the child is
meeting education goals/requirements
● Provide ongoing training and support to foster parents and children
● Monitor and review documentation to ensure that it meets all state, licensure and
● Maintain confidentiality as outlined in policy
● Provide input and/or assist team members in Corrective Action Plan (CAP) for
foster parents and execute any assigned tasks related to the CAP.
● Monitor and review medication logs to ensure foster parents are compliant
● Participate in weekly rotating "on-call" schedule to provide on-call advisory and support to children and foster parents,
● Document and report any on-call activities and follow-up with team leaders
● Report to supervisor or to designated authorities any instances of
non-compliance with Necco, regulatory rules/policies, reports of abuse or
suspected abuse, neglect, or suicidal ideations
● Ensure all critical incidents are staffed with team leaders and entered into the
Electronic Health Record within established timeframes.
● Complete and Submit Medicaid documentation as appropriate
● Ensure complete and accurate data is entered into the Electronic Health Record
in accordance with state rules and regulations and company protocol, i.e. ECEM, General Contact, Academic supports, medical information, etc.
● Attend and participate in self-directed team meetings and activities
● Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by immediate supervisor
● Participate in achieving our mission: We Build Families
● Participate in the performance quality improvement process and execute any
assigned tasks related to the process
● Ensure that all employee-related documents are current and up to date for your employee personnel file
● Practice ruthless pragmatism
● Engage in peer to peer feedback
● Know and live the Necco Corporate Culture Principles
● Embody the three essential virtues of humble, hungry and smart
● Drive your Individual Performance Scorecard
● Adhere to and contribute to the Necco meeting structure
● 21 years of age
● Current LSW or LPC or Bachelor's Degree in a human services-related field and
a minimum of 2 years experience working with children with emotional or
● Valid Driver's License
● Limited Liability Auto Insurance Coverage of 100/300/100
● Organizational, and Written/Oral Communications skills
● Must have the skills necessary to navigate and execute several software's (i.e.
Microsoft offices, Databases, Electronic Health Records, Dashboards, etc.)
● Successful completion of all required Criminal Background checks and drug
screenings per state and company regulations
● Ability to adhere to scheduled and unplanned deadlines
● Willingness to travel and attend training
● Successful completion of all required training pertaining to job
MedCore Talent has been selected to recruit RN Case Managers for a large, well-respected, for-profit hospital system in the Columbia, SC area. This position is a full-time, permanent position with excellent benefits at one of the leading hospitals in the state.
Position Summary: Responsible for activities associated with the continuum of care, utilization management process, reimbursement and discharge planning. Facilitates continuity of care by ensuring that the needs of the patients, including observation patients are recognized and address through the coordination with other health care team members to bring about the best possible cost effective quality and clinical outcome. Reviews patient admissions within one working day to determine appropriateness of hospitalization utilizing intensity of service and severity of illness criteria and continues daily reviews throughout stay assuring patient's need for acute level of care.
*Education: RN required. BSN preferred.
*Licensure/Certification: Current SC RN license in good standing with the SC Board of Nursing. BLS required.
*Professional Experience: Minimum of two (2) years of utilization review, discharge planning, and/or hospital case management experience required. Knowledge of community resources preferred.
Why Partner with MedCore Talent?
We have a direct, personal relationship with this facility. The hiring team trusts our firm to only bring the top candidates to the table. We are able to present your qualifications, experience and education to the hospital decision-makers in a manner that ensures an accurate reflection of your capabilities.
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This is a case management position that coordinates services as it relates to family social services, early childhood health, mental health and disability services for children in accordance with Head Start & DCF requirements. This position works in collaboration with parents, other staff and regulatory bodies, provide support and education to families for self-advocacy and community involvement, promotes parent involvement,, assists in parent trainings and coordinating program governance, identify strengths, needs and goals in collaboration with family for Family Partnership Agreement (FPA), identifies coordinates and documents needed services for families, follows up on cases and completes a minimum of one monthly progress notes, ensures compliance with Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment and Attendance (ERSEA) documents, forms, process and Head Start Standards. Ensures attendance and absences are documented, maintains caseload, runs and analyses database reports to ensure compliance, ensures that centers is at full enrollments at all times and perform additional responsibilities as required by supervisor .
Educational Experience &
High School Diploma/GED and 2 years of related experience and/or training (vocational technical certificate).
Completes 45 DCF training hours within 1 year of hire
Candidates have within (18) eighteen months of hire, at a minimum, a credential or certification in social work, human services, family services, counseling or a related field.Apply On-lineSend This Job to a Friend
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Compensation Bonus (if applicable):
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. We offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services. Abraxas is a great place to start your career whether you have a high school diploma or GED, military experience, some college, or a bachelor or advanced degree. If you are interested in counseling, juvenile justice, psychology, social work, teaching or just want to make a difference, we have a career path for you. Help change lives at Abraxas Youth and Family Services.
This position is responsible for a caseload of adjudicated delinquent clients and their families who are chronic in delinquent behavioral problems by assisting them to transition out of the juvenile justice system.
Maintains a client caseload with appropriate service plans.
Enforces program expectations, rules, and behavioral standards.
Coordinates and develops appropriate service plans through the utilization of various identified resources to assist the client in making the transition from a residential placement or institution to the community in lieu of incarceration.
Assist clinician in developing service plans and aftercare plans which may include utilizing services such as Alcohol and other Drugs (AOD), legal, behavioral, medical, educational, vocational, family, and psychosocial for each client and update and monitor such plans in a timely manner.
Supervises client activities and prepares required reports of the behavior and progress of clients.
Supports clients and their families in completing any court ordered conditions including restitution, community service, or specific counseling needs and assessment.
Coordinates efforts with the courts, probation department, schools, employers, job training, recovery programs, counseling, family, or other social service agencies and community programs to meet the clients' individualized needs.
Assist clinician in maintaining regular contacts with referral agency staff assigned to each client in order to maintain communication and consistency with client and family treatment to meet contractual or licensing obligations and ensure regulatory compliance with outside referral agencies.
Develops and maintains resources for clients including a community based resource listing and curriculums. Facilitate groups daily for clients to include a regular schedule of client curriculums and informative materials.
Attends and acts as advocate or liaison to client court hearings, school meetings, and reviews.
Coordinates transportation for clients as needed for program/facility related meetings and activities as needed.
Develops a weekly work schedule to best service each client. Coordinates with clinical staff regarding optimum client services. Arrange and conduct visits with the client and family at the facility, home, and community based locations before and after release. .
Maintains confidentiality of information as it relates to client information.
Facilitates an hour individual session weekly to assigned clients' on caseload.
Maintains bi-weekly contact with client's guardian.
Facilitates a weekly phone call with each client on caseload.
Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management techniques and skills.
Support and promotes the Sanctuary Model and its Commitments.
The following education requirements are acceptable for this classification including:
Bachelor's degree in social work or a Bachelor's degree in related field required. Master's degree in social work or related field preferred.
Six (6) months related experience with juvenile preferred.
At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
Valid driver's license from employee's state of residence.
Valid registered vehicle insurance.
Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.
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