Case Manager - Indian Oaks Academy

We are in the business of changing lives. Are you?
Indian Oaks Academy, a member of the Nexus family of treatment programs, is looking for a dynamic and industrious Case Manager who can arrange available resources to further promote the success of our youth. Each person you work alongside is dedicated to a common purpose: changing lives through our cornerstone values. Nexus programs, guided by these values of honesty, responsibility, courage, care and concern, address the individual psychological, psychiatric and behavioral needs of children and adolescents.
Our Case Managers are people of inextinguishable courage who believe our children deserve more than what life has offered them. These warmhearted warriors prove relentless in their pursuit to offer troubled youth what they critically need: love. This daily mission is far from uncomplicated. As they traverse through the emotional instability of our children, they outlast numerous obstacles. It is often a grueling match in which love triumphs as the victor. This speaks to the value of what takes place here daily. Case Managers are placed in difficult situations in which they can choose to flee or to rise. And they so often choose to rise.
We are searching for someone to match this charisma and endurance.
The primary responsibility of the Case Manager is to ensure that the unique treatment needs and requirements of each assigned youth are met. This role is crucial to the success of our organization just as your influence is crucial to the success of our youth. A typical day would include providing the following therapeutic services:
Facilitating/Co-facilitating case conferences and client-oriented team meetings with both internal and external resources.
Actively participating in the development and implementation of individual treatment plans, compiling assessment materials, maintaining required clinical documentation, and reporting within provided deadlines.
Collaborating with family members, licensing representatives, parole officers, court officials, and other organizational parties to ensure ongoing consensus on therapeutic treatment direction, behavior expectations, progress, and outcomes.
Engaging in counseling sessions and therapeutic interventions within treatment parameters.
Ensuring completion of all required documentation standards.
Serving as a mentor and role model by demonstrating compassion and understanding for feelings, opinions and experience of others, and communicating and interacting in a manner that is honest, positive, respectful, and professional.
Protecting resident safety and participating with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean, and therapeutic.
The education and credentials necessary for the Case Manager are:
Bachelor's degree in a clinical discipline (Psychology, Social Work, etc.) required. In lieu of clinical degree, any Bachelor's degree plus two years of related experience required.
Minimum 21 years of age.
Valid driver's license required (must meet state driving criteria and pass corporate eligibility standards).
The physical demands necessary for the Case Manager are:
Must be able to perform physical interventions and restraints of residents.
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds unassisted and up to 100 pounds with assistance.
Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time (2-4 hours).
Must be able to twist, bend and stretch in a manner conducive to the execution of daily activities within a residential treatment facility.
The benefits for the Case Manager include:
Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage
401(k) match
Pre-tax flexible health care

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