25 Oct Mental Health Case Manager
Do you want to work for a mission-driven agency that works to create connection, opportunity, and purpose? Are you a social service professional who has been seeking a more collaborative and supportive work environment? Do you want a position where you make a true difference in someone’s life building a therapeutic relationship with people? Do you want to help advocate for people to get their needs met in complex systems and fight to improve systems of oppression?
What does a Mental Health Case Manager do?
The Mental Health Case Manager will be responsible for providing assistance to people with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) who are in need of support and services to maintain safety and stability in the community. Individuals may be facing hospitalization or mental health commitment and this vital program area addresses their many needs in ensuring continuity of care, referrals to needed resources, coordination and monitoring of services, discharge planning, housing support, and intensive goal planning.
Individuals who speak a second language, particularly Somali, Hmong, and/or Spanish, strongly encouraged to apply.
Minimum Education and Experience
- Equivalent combination of education and experience as defined by Minnesota Statute 245.462 subd. 4., OR BA or BS in human services or related area, OR BSW with valid and current Social Work licensure.
- One to two years’ experience in mental health or human services preferred.
- Must have and maintain a valid Minnesota Driver’s License, maintain automobile coverage and have access to an automobile.
- Must be willing and able to perform essential job functions through in-person, face to face contact as required, in accordance with health and safety guidelines.