Case Manager for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Location: Canon City
Posted on: May 15, 2022
Ready for the career change you didn't know you needed? We are
currently looking for a passionate Case Manager to support
individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. If
you love to work hard and make a difference in people's lives, we
would love to hear from you! Working with us is the career move you
were meant to make.
The CCB Case Manager will be responsible for working with
individuals with disabilities and their families to provide
support, advocacy, and linkage to services and encourage and
support family empowerment and self-sufficiency. The resource
coordinator is responsible for developing, implementing,
coordinating, and monitoring the person-centered plan. The position
requires ongoing client contact, service coordination, and
contact/service documentation. The CCB Case Manager will need to be
successful working as part of a team supporting the health and
safety of those we serve.
Employees receive Paid Personal Time Off. Full-time employees
receive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance benefits at a minimal
cost to the employee; 100% employer-paid short-term disability,
group term life, and AD/D insurance. Employees and their immediate
family members are offered access to our, 100% employer-paid
Employee Assistance Program, and a matching 401K.
-- Ability to work independently
-- Must demonstrate organizational and time management skills
-- Must have effective verbal and written communication skills.
-- Must be able to work with clients, staff, parents, providers,
and community representatives in a team approach
-- Must be able to work under stress and meet deadlines
-- Must be able to work with minimal supervision
-- Must be able to coordinate with families, supervisors, the
general public, and clients pleasantly and effectively.
-- Must exhibit mature judgment.
-- Must be able to work with individuals with limited communication
-- Must be familiar and proficient in the use of computers (both
desktop and laptop)
-- Must have the ability to use Microsoft Office including
Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and other
-- Must have the ability to understand and use the internet for
purposes of searching for resources, researching providers, and
-- Must be able to independently problem-solve issues that may
arise or identify when the IT department is necessary.
-- Must be able to learn to utilize state-specific websites
-- Must be able to use an agency phone, set up an office voicemail,
and listen to and respond to messages promptly.
-- Must be able to set up and participate in telework platforms
(Zoom, GoTo Meeting, Google Hangouts, etc.).
A Bachelor's Degree; or Five (5) years of experience in the field
of Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS), which includes
Developmental Disabilities; or Some combination of education and
relevant experience appropriate to the position's requirements.
Relevant experience is defined as: a. Experience in one of the
following areas: long-term care services and supports, gerontology,
physical rehabilitation, disability services, children with special
health care needs, behavioral science, special education, public
health or non-profit administration, or health/medical services,
including working directly with persons with physical, intellectual
or developmental disabilities, mental illness, or other vulnerable
populations as appropriate to the position being filled; and b.
Completed coursework and/or experience related to the type of
administrative duties performed by case managers may qualify for
two (2) years of required relevant experience.PI177742557
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