Case Manager (Care Coordinator; QMHP-CS: Qualified Mental Health Practitioner – Community Services)
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Nirvana Behavioral Solutions, LLC is seeking a self-disciplined and dedicated Case Manager to provide intensive routine case management services to a caseload of up to 10 clients.
- Pay: From $18.00 per hour
- Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract
- Flexible schedule
- Professional development assistance
- COVID-19 considerations:
- To keep our staff safe, NBS, LLC has limited interactions in office and requires PPE equipment to be worn during home visits.
- Provides services on an intensive basis utilizing short-term, solution-focused treatment strategies to clients and families
- Facilitates care coordination with other service providers to enlist existing supports in determining and meeting service objectives and to identify additional resources and supports
- Prepares written service plans and treatment update summaries, incorporating input from clients, other service providers, wraparound team members to identify problem areas and needs, service objectives, and intervention strategies
- Provides direct clinical services to clients, including individual and family interventions
- Completes progress reports in reference to service delivery within 48 hours.
- Participates in child specific Family Team Meetings (FTMs) and other interdisciplinary, diagnostic, or planning meetings
- Passes and completes CANS and Integrated Health Services required training on an ongoing annual basis to include but not limited to: HIPAA, Bloodborne Pathogens, CPR, First Aid, Person Centered Practices, Mandated Reporting, and Emergency Preparedness.
- Meets clinical supervisor 1x per month for service delivery and collateral contact review, chart audits, case staffing, individual training, self-care check-in, and employee development planning
- Attends weekly staff meetings, group supervisions, and/or trainings
- Prepares written Discharge Summary and Plan
- Monitors services delivered to people where there are specific quality or utilization issues that require special LMHA oversight.
- Educates providers about services available to the individual, community alternatives, and negotiates with providers to facilitate the individual’s access to needed services when there are unusual barriers to access.
- At least 18 years of age
- Has a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum number of hours that is equivalent to a major (as determined by the local Mental Health authority) in psychology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, sociology, human growth and development, physician assistant, gerontology, special education, educational psychology, early childhood education, or early childhood intervention; or
- Have no criminal history and a full background check
- Demonstrate competency in progress note documentation
- Be under direct clinical supervision
- Bilingual (Spanish Speaking) Preferred
We're excited for you to apply!