Bay Cove Human Services Case Manager in Boston, Massachusetts
Position Title:Case Manager
Division:Mental Health Services
Program Name:Metro Boston DMH Respite
Schedule:Friday/Saturday 7 am - 3 pm
Responsibilities:Engages in relationship building with persons served to manage symptoms and/or stressors and to increase his/her ability to remain in a current living environment or transition to another community living situation. Provide direct support and short term case management for assigned clients, both at a site-based location and in the community. Assist clients in setting and meeting IAP goals, including assistance with housing, rehabilitative goals, appointments, and other community living supports. Ensure that person’s served follow an individualized daily schedule of program activities and groups. Ensures for the cleanliness and upkeep of the program, assists in meal preparation and cleanup. Ensures that safety protocols are followed consistently using a non-judgmental, harm reduction approach including emergency systems, checks protocols, and safety plans. Complete documentation pertaining to the client record including IAP’s, service notes, outcome measures, incident reports, and any other documentation assigned. Assist in functional, clinical, and crisis assessment. Administers medications in accordance with MAP standards and trains person’s served in medication self-administration procedures. Maintains effective working relationships with SCFMHC campus police, DMH, other mental health providers, and local community resources throughout the Metro Boston community. Complete other duties and projects as assigned by supervisor.
Qualifications:Minimally 2 years experience working in a mental health setting. BA/BS preferred. Department of Public Health certification in medication administration is required within 60 days. Excellent writing and oral communication skills. Proficiency in word processing and other computer functions. Demonstrated professional communication and organizational skills. Candidates who already have MAP certification and able to drive their own vehicle for client visits strongly preferred.
Driver's License Required?No
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