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Case Manager

Rural Resources Community Action is accepting applications for a Case Manager in Newport, WA. This position provides information, assistance and comprehensive case management services to individuals or families. Assesses needs, develops and monitors implementation of service plans, makes appropriate referrals and serves as a customer advocate with other service providers. It is a full-time position, 32 hours, with a starting pay of $16.52 - $17.87 per hour, depends on experience plus benefits.

Case Management Duties & Responsibilities:

Complete the initial interviews with the customer and his or her family to assess the customer's eligibility for services.

Gather relevant and useful data from the customer, family, other agencies, and so on to formulate a psychosocial assessment of the customer and his or her family.

Assemble and guide group discussions and decision-making sessions among relevant professionals and program representatives, the customer and his or her family, and significant others to formulate goals and design an integrated intervention plan.

Monitor adherence to the plan and manage the flow of accurate information within the action system to maintain a goal orientation and coordination momentum.

Provide "follow-along" to the customer and his or her family to speed identification of unexpected problems in service delivery and to serve as a general troubleshooter on behalf of the customer.

Provide counseling and information to help the customer and his or her family in situations of crisis and conflict with service providers.

Provide ongoing emotional support to the customer and his or her family so they can cope better with problems and utilize professionals and complex services.

Complete the necessary paperwork to maintain documentation of customer progress and adherence to the plan by all concerned.

Act as a liaison between the customer and his or her family and all relevant professionals, programs, and informal resources involved in the overall intervention plan to help the customer make his or her preferences known and secure the services needed.

Act as a liaison between programs, providing services to the customer to insure the smooth flow of information and minimize conflict between the subsystems.

Establish and maintain credibility and good public relations with significant formal and informal resource systems to mobilize resources for current and future customers.

Perform effectively and as a professional within the organization to be in a position to develop and modify policies and procedures affecting customers and the effectiveness of the service delivery system.

Secure and maintain the respect and support of those in positions of authority so their influence can be enlisted on behalf of the customer and used, when necessary, to encourage other individuals and agencies to participate in the coordination effort.

Provide regularly scheduled in-home monitoring of assigned customers.

Provide a wide variety of direct assistance including medical billing forms, tax information, banking, entitlement applications, etc.


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