Connections Case Manager Supervisor JobID

3.3 ★
Positive Education Program – Cleveland, OH
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Job purpose
Clinically supervise and evaluate the Connections case managers.

Duties and responsibilities
• Align practice and work with the agency mission, vision, guiding principles, the trauma-informed Sanctuary Model®, and the Re-ED philosophy
• Promote alignment of practice with wraparound values.
• Maintain effective working relationships with parents and other child-serving professionals.
• Provide effective clinical supervision and consultation.
• Provide coaching in the wraparound approach to service delivery.
• Supervise the completion of clients' Individualized Service Plans and Periodic Reviews.
• Supervise and approve the utilization of ADAMHS flexible dollars
• Supervise the data-gathering process for program evaluation.
• Supervise the maintenance of client files and other required documentation, including MACSIS enrollment changes related to the 1915a funding option.
• Supervise the completion of routine paperwork by the case managers.
• Maintain effective working relationships with those he/she supervises.
• Assist with the assessment, management, and resolution of crisis situations with
clients and their families which require 24/7 on call responsibilities.
• Transport clients, as needed, for schedule appointments or in crisis situations.
• Provide regular updates and status of clients progress to the Program Director.
• Supervise the completion of clients' Individualized Service Plans and Periodic Reviews.
• Complete assigned duties competently and within expected time frames.
• Utilize safe work practices for self and others.
• Demonstrate word processing skills and program navigation skills.
• Participate (and pass requirements where applicable) in all required trainings,
including but not limited to; Vehicle Safety, First Aid, CPR, Blood Borne Pathogens, and Standards of Practice.
• Participate in staff development activities, parent conferences, team meetings, and
staff meetings as scheduled or assigned.
• As a representative of the agency participate on community based committees as appropriate
• As a representative of the agency and profession, present self with decorum and in
dress that is appropriate to the day’s activities.
• Utilize knowledge of clients in treatment planning.
• Ability to work respectfully with culturally diverse populations.
• Display professionalism and team-oriented attitudes.
• Ability to be well organized and utilize effective time management skills.
• Knowledge of and adherence to PEP and/or ESCCC policy and procedures.

• Master's Degree and LPCC or LISW required.
• Knowledge and understanding of mental health diagnoses, and
treatment programming of children/youth.
• Experience working with behaviorally/emotionally challenged children/youth.
• Communicate accurately and effectively, both written and orally.
• Demonstrate effective decision making skills and utilize good judgment.
• Knowledge of mental health services in the community.
• Work professionally, effectively, and collaboratively with others.

Physical requirements
• Ability to use a computer and keyboard (eye-hand coordination and repetitive movements related to keyboarding).
• Ability to move around the classroom/center/community and sit and stand for more than an hour at a time.
• Ability to visually and auditorily assess and monitor the mental health status of students for safety purposes.
• Ability to meet driver eligibility standards in order to transport clients in personal vehicle.

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