Houses of Hope’s TASC program is hiring for Intensive Care Managers.
In this fast paced, dynamic position you will work with consumers whose lives have been impacted by multiple, serious, chronic behavioral health issues. TASC's case workers are empowered to work across organizational and disciplinary boundaries to help keep consumers supported and stable in the community.
Intensive Care Management is a planning and problem-solving function that overcomes obstacles faced by high utilizers identified from within the behavioral health system, with goals of improved consumer outcomes and reduced overall costs to the behavioral health system. In contrast to traditional case management approaches, which are often tied to single clinical disciplines or to a single service system, Intensive Care Managers are intended and empowered to cut across organizational and disciplinary boundaries.
This is a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the people you serve.
Houses of Hope offers a great benefit plan to accompany this rewarding position.
Medical, Dental, Vision insurance
Company paid LTD and Life Insurance
Sick and Vacation time off
403B with 5% company match
Sam's club membership
Verizon wireless discount
Employee Assistance Program
Additional insurance benefits offered through AFLAC
Houses of Hope is a qualifying employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree or Bachelor’s degree with an equivalent of three to five years experience in human service related field. Prefer three to five years experience in case management. Possess skills needed to work with broad range of individuals (gender, race/ethnicity, substance abuse and mental health patients, family members, other professionals). Must be able to work independently and as part of a team, have good organizational skills and be available to participate in an on-call rotation. Knowledge of human service/social service network preferable.
You will need skills to work with broad range of individuals (gender, race/ethnicity, substance use and mental health issues, family members, other professionals). Must have excellent organizational skills and be able to work independently as well as part of a team. Lived experience preferred but not necessary.