Opportunities at The Centers
|Position: Case Manager|
|Location: Cleveland, OH|
|Job Id: 100-3521|
|# of Openings: 4|
Case Manager / CPST Professional I or Professional II - Health and Wellness
Do you want to help the people that need it the most? Are you a self motivated person that wants a truly rewarding work experience? Do you hate being in the office all day and never want to be bored? If you have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field, and/or a Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling, and answered yes to these questions, come work at The Centers for Families and Children!
Under the direction of the Supervisor of Behavioral Health Services, the Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment Professional is responsible for diagnostic assessment, case management and counseling services to adults. Assures that opportunities are provided for meeting the psychosocial needs of mentally or emotionally disabled persons. Manages a caseload, encompassing a broad cross section of problems, using case management, group work skills, and counseling with individuals and families. Assumes a leadership role on the treatment team and coordinates provision of necessary services by all service providers. Maintains the core primary relationship with disabled clients while they are served in a number of service environments.
Must have at least bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or a mental health related field. If in a related field, must have two years care coordination or case management experience. Prior experience working with SPMI adults strongly desired.
A Professional II must have a master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychiatric nursing or related field and have a mental health professional license in the state of Ohio.
Prior experience in the mental health field preferred. Must be able to form good diagnostic and treatment relationships; to engage clients in the mutual assessment of problems and in goal setting; and to implement treatment plans from initial contact through termination. Must have working knowledge of the stages of growth and development and family dynamics. Must have good oral and written communication skills, ability to make sound decisions under stressful conditions, demonstrated clinical skills, and an ability to organize and prioritize tasks. Must have excellent knowledge of community resources. Must understand and accept a systems approach to service delivery, and agency and program philosophy and goals. Must have an awareness of and sensitivity to the cultural diversity of the populations served. Must have a valid driver’s license in the State of Ohio with access to an insured vehicle for client transportation.
Why choose The Centers? Because you will ...
- Gain first hand clinical experience under licensed supervision
- Provide direct psychosocial support
- Perform crisis interventions
- Perform liaison services with the community
- Receive on site training eligible for CEU credit
- You will NOT have to carry a beeper!!
- You will NOT have after hours On Call Duty!
As the leading nonprofit Cleveland employer, The Centers for Families and Children provides:
•A team oriented, cooperative, and highly ethical culture.
•Challenging and rewarding work.
•Leadership that is both strategic and hands on.
•Healthy work/life balance.
•Support for employees by providing competitive compensation including a generous benefits package.
*The Centers is an Equal Opportunity Employer *
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