Case Manager - #197348

Dungarvin


Date: 04/08/2021 18:01 PM

City: Mendota Heights, Minnesota

Contract type: Full Time

Work schedule: Full Day

Company Description



At Dungarvin, we are creating something special.  A Minnesota based industry leader for over 45 years, we are looking to add an experienced and committed human service professional to support individuals with disabilities.  If you are looking to make a difference, if you are creative and solution focused, if you are interested in growing in your career, we want you on our team!    Opportunities start at $47,500 annually with scheduled increases.



Job Description



The case manager position is designed to assist person served in identifying and acquiring both natural and paid supports which allow them to live as independently as possible in the community. The case manager should assist the individual in a person centered approach, in a way which supports the person in making his/her own choices and decisions about these supports. The case manager should function as an educator and a resource as well as service coordinator. Life decisions should be made by the individual and/or guardian. 


 


The case manager will focus on coordinating services for vulnerable individuals and assisting them to navigate the complex service delivery system. The position will provide a systematic process of on-going assessment, planning, referral, service coordination, monitoring, consultation and advocacy assistance, through which multiple service needs of individuals are addressed. This position will be responsible for directly coordinating a caseload, and facilitate/coordinate other services or supports, which will positively influence individuals’ lives.


 


The case manager will have contact with a wide range of organizations, families, and other community members. The case manager will act in a professional manner at all times, and understand that they represent the interests of the individual they support.



Qualifications



The case manager must possess:



  • A Bachelors Degree in a human service related field and two years of experience working with individuals with disabilities or aging

  • Knowledge of the local community

  • Good oral and written communication skills


  • Knowledge of the concepts related to self directed services



  • A valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record

  • Proof of automobile insurance



Additional Information



 


 



  • 401(k) plan available
  • Paid time off
  • Paid training
  • Group insurance benefits
  • Employee referral bonus program

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.


Equal Opportunity Employer


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