Case Worker - Keenan House North
Full-Time, weekdays, second shift!
Actively work with hope and optimism on behalf of the persons served in the Co-Occurring Enhanced Residential Home to promote independence, skill building, and attainment of personal goals during their journey to recovery. Be a professional liaison between the persons served and the best possible services available.
Essential Job Functions
- Work collaboratively with clients to create specific short- and long-term goals with timelines. Monitor progress towards goal attainment and modify goals as necessary to enhance an individualize treatment plan to best serve the resident.
- Collaborate and participate in meetings and service coordination with outside agencies and community supports
- Develop a strong working relationship with medical practitioners, outpatient clinicians and other community supports.
- Encourage and support clients in developing a natural and long-term support network.
- Keep daily documentation of resident interactions and case management appointments.
- Be prepared to assist with monthly reports for billing.
- Develop and facilitate a variety of groups to meet the needs of the residents.
- Responsible for up to date client record management and documentation
- Participate in weekly supervision with Clinical Director.
- Respond flexibly to program scheduling needs
- Represent the agency in a professional manner in all community contacts.
- Work cooperatively with all internal and external customers
- Communicate a sense of hopefulness and respect for client rights
- Communicate effectively, understand boundaries and work as a team
- Support and maintain the principles and policies of the agency
- Follow all agency and program policy and procedures
- Demonstrate a commitment to the Agency’s mission and community behavioral health principles
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor
- BA/BS in a related field or 3-5 years of human service experience required
- Knowledge of community resources
- Ability to conduct yourself professionally and manage confidential information
- Ability to advocate program services to community members
- Ability to communicate effectively and be organized.
- Proficient computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft office
- Ability to work with a wide variety of people
- Excellent oral & presentation skills
- Knowledge of Co-Occurring Diagnosis and recovery models
- Ability to pass a CORI (Criminal Background check) and DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) check
- Drivers License and ability to use a personally insured vehicle for agency business
- Works in office; temperature regulated
- Facilitate groups and services in other community locations
- Able to travel and enter various types of community and employer settings
- Able to work or travel inside and outside as needed in varying weather conditions
- Multiple schedules are available for position: these schedules may include evening and/or weekend hours
Physical Requirements and Conditions
- Manual & visual dexterity: correctable
- Lifting Maximums: weight of grocery bags and/or laundry baskets
- Push, pull, stand, reach overhead and twist
- Able to bend at the knees, waist and lower self to the ground or floor without assistance
- Able to physically climb and descend stairs without assistance
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions