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Clinical Care Manager/ Case Manager (MA Level)(Hiring Bonus - $2,000)

Company: Kenneth Young Center
Location: Mount Prospect
Posted on: May 11, 2024

Job Description:

Clinical Care Manager/ Case ManagerPOSITION IS ELIGIBLE FOR HIRING BONUSDue to eligible grant funds, this position offers a $2,000 hiring bonus. The bonus will be paid to the hired candidate half after 30 days ($1,000) and half upon the successful completion of 6 months of work ($1,000). Employees must be active and in good standing at the time of bonus payout to be eligible for hiring bonuses.You are key to our vision: Together We Thrive. At Kenneth Young Center, our staff come together with volunteers, community partners, and the people we serve to create holistic systems of care through interwoven behavioral health programs, older adult services, and community health initiatives. Our team welcomes and celebrates unique perspectives, and represents the diversity and vitality of our local communities. This role helps realize our mission: We partner with communities to support people of all ages to navigate life's challenges through personalized prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery. Join our team to grow in your career while building stronger, healthier communities.Job Scope: Clinical Care Managers provide clinical oversight and case management services to Colbert and Williams class members transitioning out of nursing facilities in the Northwest Suburbs and Lake County. Provide assessment, care coordination, and clinical community-based interventions for mental health and/or physical health needs. Create comprehensive wraparound service plans and coordinate and monitor services. Treatment services are delivered at flexible times that meet clients needs and in settings that offer the best potential for positive outcomes, including in hospital and nursing home centers, in-home, and in community-based settings.Program/Clinical ResponsibilitiesMeet regularly with Class Members at assigned nursing facilities in Chicagoland, primarily in Northwest SuburbsOversee and coordinate all service activities for Colbert and Williams Class Members transitioning out of nursing facilitiesTake initiative and be accountable for and manage all aspects of transition, including being able to navigate changes at the system or individual level and advocate for Class Members and resolve conflictsComplete referral and intake into Mental Health services at KYCProvide comprehensive, integrated assessments and integrate all facets of clients lives including mental/emotional health, physical health/wellness, employment and education, social and family relationships, substance use/abuse issues, spiritual, community-integration, and housing needsCreate comprehensive wraparound service plans for class members, using input from Class Members, SMHRF/NF staff, family and guardians while focusing on a Class Members needs, desires, and preferencesCommunicate clearly with interdisciplinary team, Class Member, supports and providers to ensure working together on service goalsProvide direct service including skill building for Activities of Daily Living and individual treatment to address trauma, substance use, and other areasProvide post-transition monitoring to Class Members for 18 months and meet minimum in-person visit schedule to ensure all services are being accessed and deliveredAdministrative ResponsibilitiesIdentify and complete written reports to IDHS on adverse incidents involving Class Members post-transitionComplete transition checklist to ensure all required activities have been completedBuild and maintain relationships with nursing facility staff to facilitate access to information and class member involvement in comprehensive transition programParticipate in team meetings in order to coordinate and support pre-transition and post-transition effortsComplete all clinical documentation and required reports in an accurate and timely mannerInterpret and communicate, at the service delivery level, Center policies and proceduresMeet or exceed productivity targetParticipate in orientations, all staff trainings, and training and development seminarsSubmit, in a timely and accurate fashion, schedules timesheets, mileage and other reports required by the Centers policies and proceduresAdministrative ResponsibilitiesIdentify and complete written reports to IDHS on adverse incidents involving Class Members post-transitionComplete transition checklist to ensure all required activities have been completedBuild and maintain relationships with nursing facility staff to facilitate access to information and class member involvement in comprehensive transition programParticipate in team meetings in order to coordinate and support pre-transition and post-transition effortsComplete all clinical documentation and required reports in an accurate and timely mannerInterpret and communicate, at the service delivery level, Center policies and proceduresMeet or exceed productivity targetParticipate in orientations, all staff trainings, and training and development seminarsSubmit, in a timely and accurate fashion, schedules timesheets, mileage and other reports required by the Centers policies and proceduresMinimum Position RequirementsMasters Degree from an accredited College or University in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or closely related discipline preferred (Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) under Illinois Rule 132/140). Bachelors degree with significant clinical experience may be considered.Preferred 2 years of experience working with adults with serious mental illness and/or chronic health conditions or complex physical health and mobility needsPreferred 1 year experience working in non-traditional treatment environments i.e.in-home, residential, nursing facility, hospital, community settingsApplicant must have a valid IL Drivers License, proof of insurance, and daily access to a reliable well maintained vehiclePreferred knowledge of Olmstead Colbert and/or Williams Consent DecreesBasic computer and smartphone proficiency, knowledge of Word, Excel, typing skills, and internet skills; ability to learn and use team collaboration tools (ex. Teams, Slack, etc), and Electronic Health Record systemsKenneth Young Center offers a robust benefit package that is highly competitive to the market and offers all full-time employees the following:403(b) plan with organizational matchingMedical Insurance (Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois - BCBS)Dental (BCBS), and Vision Insurance (BCBS) with low employee premiumsLong Term and Short Term Disability (BCBS), no cost to employeeFlexible Spending Account (with annual rollover)Basic life insurance (50k) paid for by the organization and option for additional voluntary coverage for self, spouse, or dependents (BCBS)Incentive program with potential for quarterly bonusesOpportunity for annual bonus and salary increase (discretionary based on annual KYC financial audit)Eligibility to participate in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)To further promote an active and healthy work/ life balance, KYC also offers a generous amount of paid time off and staff holidays.4 weeks of Paid Time Off (With increases based on seniority)8 Paid Organization-Wide Holidays3 Personal Floating Holidays annuallyKenneth Young Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer#BHR2by Jobble

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