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PASSPORT Case Manager at Council on Aging

PASSPORT Case Manager

Council on Aging Work From Home, GA Full-Time/Part-Time
$21.03 - $32.30/Hour
PASSPORT Care Manager
Several Full and Part Time Openings Available
An extra $2,000 in your pocket and a fulfilling, flexible career? If this appeals to you, read on!
Council on Aging (COA) is seeking licensed social workers and RNs who are dedicated and compassionate and who also appreciate an excellent work/life balance.
Our Care Managers work from home during regular business hours and enjoy the rewards of helping older adults and people with disabilities remain safely in their homes... where they want to be. Additionally, we offer LISW supervision, a robust benefits package and many opportunities for advancement.
We are currently offering a $2,000 signing bonus for all new employees hired in care management positions!
About Council on Aging
COA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities, their families and caregivers. We promote choice, independence, dignity and well-being through a range of services that help people remain in their homes for as long as possible.
COA is a state-designated Area Agency on Aging, serving a 5-county region. One call to COA links people to the wide variety of agencies, information and programs that serve older adults and people with disabilities.
Our mission: Enhance lives by assisting people to remain independent through a range of quality services.
COA has more than 300 employees, more than 100 contracted providers, and an annual budget of over $77 million. COA fosters a work environment that is not only rewarding to our employees, but also empowers them to make a meaningful difference in our community.
COA offers:
  • Competitive benefits package
  • Flexible hours
  • Opportunities for professional development
  • Opportunities to advocate and participate in community events for the elderly and disabled population
  • Casual work environment except when visiting clients or vendors
  • Health, dental and vision care
  • Health savings account
  • Nine paid holidays each calendar year
  • Paid time off
  • Pension plan
  • Pet Insurance
  • Tax sheltered annuities
Position Description
To provide intake, assessment and care management services to clients, which includes ongoing assessment for program eligibility, monitoring all aspects of care and client services (social and medical), ensuring needs of clients and caregivers are met through a collaborative process.
Essential Job Functions:
  • Provide support/education to clients with complicated social/behavioral/environmental issues
  • Conduct home visits
  • Utilize clinical judgment and critical thinking skills to facilitate appropriate client physical and behavioral healthcare and coordinate psychosocial and medical wraparound services to promote effective utilization of available resources
  • Develop, assess and adjust as necessary the patient centered care plan and promote desired outcomes along with monitoring the effectiveness of the plan along with establishing measurable goals and outcomes
  • Provide coaching, information and support to empower clients to make ongoing independent lifestyle choices
  • Report specific health and social information back to the integrated team to assist in development of care/service plan
  • Advanced care planning with client and others involved with client care
  • Utilize Service Guidelines when developing service plans/care plans with clients and caregivers to promote understanding of service rationale.
  • Authorize services in the most efficient means possible to meet identified client needs

Qualification Requirements:
  • Ohio licensed Social Worker or Registered Nurse in good standing with the credentialing board.
  • At least one-year prior experience in geriatrics.
  • A good working knowledge and understanding of issues related to the elderly population.
  • Knowledge of community resources within Southwestern Ohio.
  • Good customer service skills
  • Good interpersonal communication skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Good organizational and teamwork skills
  • A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation for travel and conducting home visits
  • Ability to travel within the state of Ohio for training
  • Proficient computer skills including the Windows operating systems, MS Word, MS Excel, data entry and the ability to learn new software applications as needed
Pay:  Minimum $21.03 per hour (pay based upon experience and education)
Don’t miss out on the signing bonus, which is being offered for a limited time! Please visit our website to learn more about working at COA, and to apply for a Care Manager position.

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