Case Managers (CBDS) – $2500 SIGN-ON BONUS INCLUDED
Delta Projects is currently seeking Case Managers who will make a difference in the lives of others. You will be responsible for providing case management and service coordination to a caseload of individuals in the Delta Projects Community Based Day Program (CBDS). You will teach skills, provide direct care, lead groups, plan activities and and help individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities to set and track progress toward goals. You will communicate regularly with other stakeholders including residential staff, guardians, families, service providers and community members to ensure their success.
- Provide case management and service coordination to a caseload of individuals.
- Serve as a key member of the program to support individuals to take meaningful steps toward greater independence and community integration.
- Manage the ISP process for all assigned individuals, monitoring and tracking meeting dates, and completing daily checks for deadlines and requests in HCSIS.
- Work with a team of Community Inclusion Specialists, specifically, ensuring that they receive training around ISP goals/objectives for each individual on their list, and are completing necessary assessments, progress notes, data collection and support services for those individuals to assure success in meeting those goals.
- Assist in the identification of goals and the development of meaningful ISP objectives by meeting with individuals and staff, completing assessments and reviewing data.
- Responsible for meeting all ISP deadlines to ensure the program is in compliance with all DDS expectations defined by OQE performance indicators.
- Ensure that all necessary documentation (paper and electronic) is completed in preparation for the ISP and following the ISP, specifically assessments, evaluations, goals, objectives, progress summaries and anything else requested by DDS.
- Complete all annual documentation required for individual records in conjunction with the ISP calendar.
- Attend ISP meetings for all assigned individuals.
- Assist in the development of community resources, activities, volunteer sites and jobs to support the needs of all individuals in the program.
- Assist in the development of groups, classes, skills training and work experiences for the program to support individuals to attain their ISP goals.
- Assist the program director to develop programming that is aligned to the needs of the individuals as identified through the ISP process.
- Work with the Employment Coordinator to develop programming, work experiences, volunteer sites and community jobs that align with the needs of individuals as identified through the ISP process.
- Work with the program director to meet all OQE requirements for program survey.
- Work directly with individuals one to one, in groups, and in community settings
- Assist in teaching social, life, and employment skills to individuals supported
- Successfully complete all required employee training
- Ensure the safety of all program participants
- High School Diploma or equivalent (Bachelors or Associates Degree preferred)
- Previous experience working with individuals with ID/DD
- Valid Driver’s License
- Proficient using Microsoft Office
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
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