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Director of Case Management

DESCRIPTION
Oversees operation of Case Management and Home Based Departments; trains agency staff, facilitates and reviews Implementation Strategies (IS) meetings; hires, supervises, trains, leads and assists Case Management and Home Based Coordinators; monitor coordination of service plan implementation; monitor services to ensures client needs are identified, addressed and met as directed by the IS and recommended by the interdisciplinary team, all necessary follow-up is carried out, and all IS documentation is completed and in accordance with the standards set by the Agency and all applicable State and Federal governing, funding and accreditation agencies. Assures that required visits and other Home Based responsibilities and functions are handled in a timely manner; ensures all required monthly reports and billing responsibilities are completed  in a timely fashion; Assures that all required Home Based documentation is completed in accordance with the standards set by the agency and all applicable State and Federal governing, funding, and accreditation agencies.

Selects and supervises (orients, trains, schedules, evaluates commends, disciplines, and directs activities) assigned direct subordinate staff and ensures same for all staff supervised by direct report(s) utilizing measurable performance evaluation criteria for staff growth and ensuring that performance standards necessary to meet the needs of persons served are met, in a manner consistent with the mission and objectives of  the Agency and the services it provides. May act as an agency representative on state committees or advisory boards or assign case management staff to act as a representative.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelors degree in Social Services or related. Minimum of 3 years of professional/management work experience in the field of developmental disabilities and two years work experience at an administrative level. Will consider combination of education and  experience. Valid Illinois Driver's License. Certificate of Proof of Insurance. If not already QIDP approved by IDHS, you must be approved as a QIDP with IDHS within 60 days of hire and completed the QIDP training within 120 days of hire.

 

WORK SCHEDULE

Monday through Friday: regular business hours with scheduling flexibility to work variable hours as needed to carry out duties and responsibilities effectively, including occasional evening and weekend scheduling availability to participate in occasional staffing's occurring outside, regular business/program hours. Is on-call as needed to ensure timely and appropriate response to emergencies/crises of persons served.

 

SALARY RANGE: $57,000 - $62,000

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