(2) P/T Care Managers - Health Home Plus
Crisis & Development Services
(2) P/T Care Managers – Health Home Plus
Grade 10 - Start Rate $17.13 per hour
Part Time 25 hours a week
Schedule varies weekly based on program needs
Location: Riverscape - Fulton
The Crisis and Development Services Department has announced the availability of two Health Homes Care Manager positions to oversee the provision of care to the members of the Health Home Plus services.
The selected candidates will oversee extensive case management services to people enrolled in Health Homes classified as Health Home Plus, oversee the case and databased files, and meet with members a minimum of weekly. Oversees services to individuals involved the child protective, social services and/or legal system and prepares them for various stages of the system, oversees assessment of individuals on their caseloads. Supervises advocacy, accompaniment and support activities that assist individuals in accomplishing plans. Provides oversight to provision of services by other providers, coordinates services and facilitates case management meetings with providers and the family served. Candidates will properly educate individuals on their medical diagnosis treatment protocols.
The selected candidates must have extensive working knowledge of Department of Health and have expertise in Medicaid redesign, medical and psychiatric diagnosis protocols and treatment. OPWDD regulations and programming. Candidates must have a thorough understanding of the youth & family development process with knowledge of the human services resources in the county. Candidates must be available for 24 hour on-call emergency services on a rotating basis. A valid NYS Driver’s License with a good driving record and access to a properly insured, reliable vehicle for travel and transport is necessary. Mandated Criminal background check will be completed.
Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in specific areas of Social Science/Human Development fields with 1-3 years related experience; or, a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 5 years of experience working with persons with a behavioral health diagnosis, a CASAC counselor, or other approved medical diagnoses/profession.; all applicants must submit an OCO application.