Adult Community Case Manager

Spurwink Services Portland, ME 04103 2017-02-08
DESCRIPTION

Spurwink is seeking an organized, energetic and dynamic individual to join our growing Adult Community Case Management Team. The position is full-time, but we would consider applicants who are interested in part time work. The position offers the flexibility of a primary work location out of our Lewiston or Portland office. Regular travel is required for this position.

DUTIES

Typical and required duties include: Provide initial assessment when clients are referred; Complete intakes, administer assessment screenings as required, and enter data into electronic data base for client records; Maintain regular contact with client, guardian, and other team members and community professionals involved with client; Facilitate Person Centered Planning (PCP) team meetings and develop a plan of care (PCP) for the client with input from the team. Work closely with team members to oversee implementation of the Person Centered Plan. Monitor and document progress; Ensure that clients (and guardians/families, as applicable) are aware of relevant community services and resources, and assist clients in accessing resources; Work effectively with other programs inside and outside of Spurwink to ensure effective communication and best possible outcomes for clients; Maintain records and documentation as required by Spurwink and OADS.

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Requirements: Bachelors Degree from an accredited four (4) year institution of higher learning with a specialization in psychology, mental health and human services, behavioral health, behavioral sciences, social work, human development, special education, counseling, rehabilitation, sociology, nursing or closely related field, or degree in a related field with minimum of a year of full-time relevant human services experience. Minimum Experience Requirements: Minimum of one year of experience working with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Spurwink is an equal opportunity employer. Typical and required duties include: Provide initial assessment when clients are referred; Complete intakes, administer assessment screenings as required, and enter data into electronic data base for client records; Maintain regular contact with client, guardian, and other team members and community professionals involved with client; Facilitate Person Centered Planning (PCP) team meetings and develop a plan of care (PCP) for the client with input from the team. Work closely with team members to oversee implementation of the Person Centered Plan. Monitor and document progress; Ensure that clients (and guardians/families, as applicable) are aware of relevant community services and resources, and assist clients in accessing resources; Work effectively with other programs inside and outside of Spurwink to ensure effective communication and best possible outcomes for clients; Maintain records and documentation as required by Spurwink and OADS.