Under general direction, ensures callers who access the Call-in and Referral Center Help Line receive a high standard of care response (intake, assessment, counseling, needed treatment referrals and follow-ups). The Case Manager conducts assessments of callers based on the needs identified, arranges treatment options (referrals) and monitors multiple services from service providers to best serve callers. Responsibilities and essential duties include: provide a point of support and reassurance for callers; engage in highly confidential and sensitive interactions with callers; manage calls from individuals related to substance abuse and other declared crisis; triage calls and assess needs based on information gathered from callers; identify potential and appropriate resources to meet callers’ needs; connect callers with needed services, service providers and/or professionals; maintain regular contact with provider agencies; maintain a complete inventory of service programs for quality referrals and assistance; provide callers with accurate information about treatment options; follow-up with provider agencies to track callers’ follow through with appointments based on referrals; assist with data entry into online HUB database (Care Coordination System); conduct home visits, as required, attend and participate in meetings; assist with projects, as assigned; assist with monthly reports and reports to funder source(s); perform other related duties, as assigned
Pathways HUB Community Action (HUB)
Completion of a four-year degree in social work, or related field with two (2) years of social work or case management experience; must have an active Licensed Social Worker (LSW) licensure or be a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor II or III; knowledge of social work principles and techniques; proficient computer/word processing aptitude (i.e. ability to work in MS Applications such as MS Word, Excel, Outlook); excellent organizational and customer service skills, ability to prioritize workload and meet deadline; valid State of Ohio Driver’s License and transportation (minimal travel may be required for training); post-employment physical and criminal background checks conducted.
$1,716.80 Bi-weekly / $21.46 per hour (Pay Grade 10)
Regular, Full-time, Non-Exempt, Year-around, Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Medical, Life, Dental, Prescription, 403-b Retirement Plan with employer matching, Paid Holidays, Employee Assistance Program and other benefits as applicable to work classification
05/02/2022 - Continuous until filled
Complete an application to express interest. Application found at www.ca-akron.org
SEND RESUMES/APPLICATIONS TO
Community Action Akron Summit
Human Resources Department
55 East Mill Street
Akron, OH 44308
Or, E-mail Resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
NO PHONE CALLS
Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Applications/resumes are kept on file for 6-months. This position is subject to Ohio Association of Public Schools Employees - Local 146 Participation