14 Jun Case Manager – Integrated Care
Be a part of an innovative team integrating behavioral health with physical wellness as a Case Manager with our Integrated Team. Provide social services activities along with health coaching in a variety of community settings. They will coordinate, monitor, and deliver services as part of the Vail Care Behavioral Health Home (BHH) team.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The following duties are normal for this position. These duties are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive.
- Establish trusting relationships with individuals and engage individuals and identified formal and informal supports in shared decision making.
- Ensure individuals and others are aware of resources and are supported in efforts to access resources.
- Complete and document initial needs assessment and develop a preliminary action plan.
- Establish transitional plans as needed in partnership with the individual and their identified supports.
- Link individuals to services to manage care gaps and barriers to achieving optimal health.
- Act as individual advocate and liaison with team members and other providers. Make recommendations for adjustments to treatment, diagnostic results, and referrals for services.
- Coordinate care for individuals to ensure that individuals and their identified supports can successfully navigate their health care needs and goals.
- Coach individuals and their identified supports in health literacy through wellness and prevention education, coaching, chronic disease management and navigating complex systems of care.
- Assist individuals with appointments in order to build skills necessary for independence in doing so.
- Share a caseload with the Behavioral Health Home team of up to 56 individuals.
- Meet standards for face-to-face and other contact with individuals and supports. Complete timely and accurate case notes as required by performance standards.
The ideal candidate is one who:
- Demonstrates empathy and sensitivity to peoples’ stories, past experiences, and trauma,
- Commits to professional and ethical excellence, and
- Embodies cultural competence and emotional intelligence.
Must have and maintain a valid Minnesota Driver’s License, maintain automobile coverage and have access to an automobile. Must meet the requirement of either A, B, or C:
A. Holds a bachelor’s degree or has completed at least 30 semester credits or 45 quarter credits in behavioral sciences or related fields; AND:
- Has at least 2,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of services to persons with mental illness, substance use disorder, emotional disturbance, traumatic brain injury, or developmental disabilities, OR
- Has completed a practicum or internship that (1) required direct interaction with adults or children served, and (2) focused on
behavioral sciences or related fields.
B. Has at least 4,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of services to persons with mental illness, substance use disorder, emotional disturbance, traumatic brain injury, or developmental disabilities.
C. Holds a master’s or other graduate degree in behavioral sciences or related fields.
Must have and maintain a valid Minnesota Driver’s License, maintain automobile coverage and have access to an automobile.
How to Apply
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Vail Place is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and offers competitive salaries and a full benefits package, including health, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance, a matched 401k program, as well as generous holiday and paid time off. Beginning April 1st 2019, Vail Place grounds will be tobacco free to promote health and wellness for the individuals we serve and for our employees.