FHCSD was founded by community activists working towards a common goal: caring, affordable, high-quality medical care for all. We are proud to continue this mission today as we provide accessible services to over 210,000 patients across San Diego County. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to community medicine and providing culturally competent care to the medically underserved.
General Job Description
Under limited supervision, performs duties providing intensive, therapeutic case management services to assigned individuals. Participates in, and supports, the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of services in accordance with contractual and departmental requirements and guidelines. Specific assignments vary depending on program, grant, and patient demographics, with a focus on providing community-based healthcare services to the medically underserved. The Case Manager II offers intensive case management services to clients and conducts therapeutic interventions.
\* Completes all required documentation accurately, in a timely manner, and thoroughly in accordance with department standards. Assists in preparing reports as required.-
\* Conducts initial and on-going assessment of client's health and/or support service needs. Sets level of client need.
\* Creates formalized case plans and goals with clients; clients are high-need and require more intense services. Develops a written care-plan with the client, identifying problems and needs. Plan includes areas assessed, intended interventions, and expected results in measurable terms, with short and long term goals. Updates plan as client's needs change.
\* Performs other duties as assigned.
\* Provides therapeutic interventions to clients. Provides intensive individual support to high need clients. Support may include providing therapeutic interventions, providing internal and community services referrals, and more intensive support may include accompanying clients to housing services, appointments, social services, etc. Focus on medical adherence, support, and appointments designed to maintaining necessary care.
\* 3 years of work experience providing human services to high risk, medically underserved, disabled populations, and/or relevant community health populations required.
\* Bachelor's degree in Social Science field, Public Health, Healthcare Administration, or closely related field required. Master's degree in relevant field preferred.
\* Or equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the skills, knowledge and ability to perform the essential job duties, and which meets any required state or federal certification requirements.
\*For the AOD Services Department (159) Only: Current American Heart Association healthcare provider CPR (BLS), or Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support, or Advance Resuscitation Training required.
\*For the AOD Services Department (159) Only: Within 30 days of employment, the following certifications, licenses, or credentials are required based on patient population served: Licensed Practitioner of Healing Arts (LPHA), Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor or Registered Alcohol and Drug Technician (RADT)
\* Ability and means to travel as needed in a timely manner within San Diego County. DRIVER REQUIREMENTS: Requires an active Class C California driver's license, proof of liability insurance at $100,000, on vehicle used. No more than 2 points in past 12 months; No suspensions in last 2 years for moving violations; No DUI, reckless or felony Driving within 5 years. No license revocation in 7 years.
Experience/Specialized skills (including Language)
\* Ability to work well in both a team-based environment and independently.
\* Basic computer literacy ability to comply with department needs and expectations (i.e., electronic medical record documentation, obtaining background information and reports on patients, following up on appointments, etc.).
\* Basic counseling skills, such as reflecting, active listening, and paraphrasing.
\* Basic organizational skills, attention to detail, time-management skills, and motivation to meet deadlines and achieve goals.
\* Bilingual in English/Spanish may be required depending on assignment.
\* Demonstrated ability to be culturally sensitive and respect diversity.
\* Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
\* Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
\* Knowledge of the community resources, health and social service systems in San Diego \*County and skill in establishing working relationships with community partners.
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Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $17.00 - $23.00 per hour
Work Location: One location