A leading non-profit is seeking a Senior Case Manager with unlimited growth potential.
In the Case Manager I, Senior Case Management role, you will provide case management services to seniors in an office or field-based setting in order to make a positive difference in others' lives while promoting their independence.
If you desire to work in position with wonderful growth potential in which you can make a lasting change in the lives of others, then we encourage you to apply today.
- Operates as a member of the program team, provides intake, screening, assessment, case planning, crisis intervention and case management services in an office or field based setting.
- Completion of in home assessments to link clients with needed in home service and support.
- Proper follow up with clients to make sure needs are being appropriately met.
- Appropriate termination and follow up when cases are closed.
- Entry of data as required by funding and governing bodies.
- Other duties as assigned within the scope of this position.
- Provide short-term case management services in an office or field-based setting.
- Following program guidelines, conduct comprehensive needs assessments.
- Determine eligibility for services including state, federal, and local programs.
- Establish if indicated, a written care or treatment plan with the client and family to enable the client to live with maximum possible independence.
- Provide active intervention and advocacy on behalf of the client to access necessary services from state, federal, and local programs.
- Complete monitoring and follow up with client as required by program or funding source.
- Create and maintain confidential case records. Meet or exceed all program, funding source, and/or assessment standards related to case documentation.
- Complete all Agency, program and other required reporting or documentation in an accurate manner according to required timeframes.
- Maintain a cooperative working relationship with service providers and community organizations to meet client needs.
- Conduct educational presentations for professional and community groups as assigned.
- Maintain required certifications, including the completions of any recertification or annual training requirements.
- Possess the ability to work independently and as part of a team, bringing concerns or challenges regarding complex issues to the attention of direct supervisor.
- Coordinate work schedule for adequate program coverage and utilize agency time and resources effectively.
- Attend training, staff and team meetings.
- Acts as an Agency ambassador in communities served.