Case Manager - DAKOTA COUNTY, Minneapolis, MN

Employer Fraser
Created 01/24/2023
Reference 1255593
Job Type Full Time
State MN
City Minneapolis
At Fraser, we believe in building a better, more inclusive world for people of all abilities. As a leading provider of Mental Health and Autism Services in the Midwest, we serve clients with a broad range of needs and diagnoses from birth through adulthood.

MUST RESIDE IN MINNESOTA!!

Are you passionate about equity and equality and want to make a difference in the world? When you work for Fraser, you make our community more inclusive for people of all abilities. Our positions aren’t “jobs,” they are careers, built with caring. We are champions that help individuals and families with diverse intellectual, emotional, and physical needs identify what success looks like for them.

Fraser is looking for Case Managers to work with individuals on the CADI/BI & DD waivers. Case Managers serve as an advocate to Fraser clients and connects clients to resources and services within the community. The ideal candidate will demonstrate compassion for clients, commitment to success and value relationships. We seek an individual who is very well organized, has experience with individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities and/or mental health diagnoses and experience documenting and case noting.

Responsibilities:

CADI/BI WAIVER - The Case Manager provides client-centered case management services to individuals receiving CADI/BI waiver services. Case Managers typically have about 35 clients on their caseloads and meet with clients two to three times per year. The Case Manager is responsible for care coordination, monitoring health and safety needs of clients, monitor services to ensure they are effectively meeting the client’s needs and intervening as necessary. Caseloads are typically a majority of adults, with a small mix of children as well.

DD WAIVER & NON-WAIVER - The Case Manager provides client-centered case management services to individuals receiving DD services. Case Managers typically have about 43 clients on their caseloads and meet with clients two to three times per year. The Case Manager is responsible for care coordination, monitoring health and safety needs of clients, monitoring services to ensure they are effectively meeting the client’s needs and intervening as necessary. Caseloads are typically a mix of children and adults.

Fraser offers:
  • Salary range between $48,000 - $51,000 annually
  • $750 Hiring Bonus! (External applicants only)
  • Scheduled performance feedback
  • Career growth opportunities
  • Opportunities for community involvement in Fraser organized events
  • Work-life balance is important; Fraser offers generous paid time off to those employed full time
  • Benefits (available to employees working 30 or more hours per week)
  • 403(b) retirement account with potential Fraser contribution
  • Childcare discount at Fraser School
  • Referral bonuses
  • Verizon Wireless cell phone plan and accessories discount


Opportunities For Growth - Fraser Places a high valueon internal promotion here is the career growth for a Case Manager at Fraser.

Case Manager I → Case Manager II → Onboarding & quality Assurance Specialist →Coverage Specialist → Senior Case Manager → Senior Case Manager or Senior Coverage Specialist II → Onboarding & Quality Assurance II→ Case Management Supervisor→ Senior Case Management Supervisor→ Senior Case Management Supervisor II→ Program Manager→ Senior Program Manager→ Director.

Location and Schedule:

Our Case Managers work Monday - Friday during standard business hours. Case Managers can work fully remotely after the first 3-6 months of onboarding is complete! Travel to meet with clients is required, client meetings may occur 2-3 times per week, although clients may choose a phone or video conference in lieu of an in-person meeting during the COVID-19 federal public health emergency. Case Managers typically meet with clients in their assigned county.

Requirements:

DD Case Managers must have one of the following:
  • At least a bachelor's degree in social work, special education, psychology, nursing, human services or other fields related to the education or treatment of persons with developmental disabilities or related conditions
    • If degree is in social work, social work licensure is required.
  • One year of experience in the education or treatment of persons with developmental disabilities or related conditions (QDDP qualified).
  • A minimum of one course that specifically focuses on developmental disabilities (Fraser can provide this course to you free of charge).

CADI/BI Case Managers must have one of the following:
  • At least a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, sociology or a closely related field.
  • At least a bachelor’s degree in any field and one year of experience as a social worker/case manager/care coordinator in a public or private social service agency.

Other Requirements:
  • Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record.
  • Ability to pass DHS background study.
  • Effective communication in the English language, including verbal and written communication with both internal and external contacts.
  • Ability to perform basic mathematical skills, including accurate billing.
  • Ability to understand and implement all related regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Commitment to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion with focus on culturally responsive practice, internal self-awareness and reflection.
  • Ability to recognize problems, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Computer proficiency using Word and Excel with proficiency in keyboarding skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Basic mathematical skills, including the ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide and calculate percentages.

Please note the health and safety of Fraser clients and staff is a top priority. We have created health and safety protocols to address the risk of COVID-19. These protocols are continually being updated based on current guidance and best practice recommendations from the MN Department of Health (MDH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging: Fraser values a diverse staff to ensure the best outcomes for our diverse client base. We are committed to anti-racism at Fraser. Our anti-racism committee assesses, develops, and implements numerous initiatives ranging from recruiting and retaining diverse staff to staff training and more.

Fraser is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are having trouble applying or have questions, please contact Fraser HR atstaffing@fraser.orgor 612.767.7550. If you have successfully submitted your application, you will get a confirmation email. If you do not receive the confirmation email, please check your junk/spam folders, then contact us as we may not have received your application. Thank you for considering Fraser!

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