30 Aug Mental Health Case Manager
Role: Mental Health Case Manager Reports to: Director of Case Management FLSA Status: Exempt
Salary Range: $50,000+ based on experience
Do you have a desire to provide assistance to people with severe and persistent mental health illnesses? Do you enjoy providing support and services to provide safe and stable living situations within the community? Our case managers do this and more including ensuring continuity of care, referrals to needed resources, coordination and monitoring of services, discharge planning, housing support, and intensive goal planning! If this sounds like you – Our mental health case manager role maybe for you!
Who are we?
Vail is a community for adults with serious mental illness, serving as a single point of access and coordination. We have been serving the Twin Cities for over 40 years! Guided by our mission and core values we offer purpose, direction, and hope.
What do we offer?
Our employees are the best part of Vail. We are pleased to provide a collaborative work environment, a great workplace, a hybrid work model, and great perks and benefits. As our team member you will receive a comprehensive package including free and low-cost ancillary health services for you and your family, and superior work life balance in addition to our full core benefits package. We offer you balance by providing paid time off starting at 3 weeks per year, along with 13 company paid holidays, 3 personal days, and safe and sick time allowances. Additional offerings include paid training & CEU opportunities, company-issued laptop, and Employee Assistance Program to support employees and their families.
What will you do?
Our Mental Health case manager will provide direct hands on, in person support for a variety of individuals while building genuine, therapeutic, and trusting relationships with others while being sensitive to people experiences and trauma. In this role you will complete required paperwork and documentation and provide referrals and case coordination for individuals receiving services, including mental health, medical, financial, social, educational, vocational, housing, and legal services. Duties are preformed under Rule 79 which include documentation, functional assessments, crisis plans, releases, and individual community support plans in schedule and per performance standards. You will interact with the client on a frequent at minimum once a month, or as needs arise. Further responsibility can include development of relationships with county and state staff, family members, employers, and other agencies as we support the person receiving our services. Overtime this position will allow you to grow, and develop your personal skill set and support this growing division for our company.
To be considered for this opportunity you will bring your skills and talent, with a BA or BS in human services or related area; BSW must have a valid and current social work licensure. Further your valid drivers license, and adequate insurance coverage, and access to an automobile.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Vail Place is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We strive to have an anti-oppressive and anti-racist work environment. We embrace diversity, foster inclusion, and do our work through an equitable lens. Persons of color, women, members of the LGBTQ community, veterans, other minorities, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Vail Place will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.