COME JOIN OUR CASE MANAGMENT TEAM AND RECEIVE $2000 IN TOTAL SIGN-ON BONUSES!
Pine Tree Society helps people discover lives of passion and purpose. We transform the lives of thousands of people with disabilities (and their families) each year. When you join us at Pine Tree Society, you’ll be part of an organization that helps Maine people lead richer, more socially connected lives.
Do you have a bachelor's degree in Social Work or a related field? Do you have at least one or more years of experience working with people with disabilities?
As an Adult Case Manager at Pine Tree Society, you will provide resources and support to meet the individualized needs of individuals with intellectual disabilities, Pervasive Developmental Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Our team assists in the development, coordination and facilitation of a comprehensive person-centered plan (PCP) designed to meet the specific needs of the people we serve. We emphasize community inclusion and empower individuals and their families to be as independent as possible while ensuring they receive the support they need.
We are committed to facilitating a supportive relationship between individuals, their families and service providers in the continuum of care. Case Management services are tailored to each individuals’ needs and circumstances, and might include assistance with:
- Applications for financial assistance
- Residential planning
- Vocational planning
- Recreational opportunities
- Crisis planning
- Day habilitation services
- Representative Payee services
- Healthcare services
- In-home support
- Respite services
- Transition to waiver or public guardian status
*$500 will be granted after completion of conditional offer requirements and 30 days as a Society team member. An additional $1500 will be awarded after 6 months of continued and successful employment!
Some key responsibilities you can anticipate include:
- Conducting evaluations and assessments to determine each individual’s service needs.
- Meeting with individuals, families, guardians and teams to develop goals and services to aid in achievement of greater independence.
- Participating in a variety of appointments and meetings to represent and advocate for the individuals’ rights and interests.
- Preparing, developing, evaluating the annual person centered plan.
- Entering case notes into EIS database weekly or more frequently.
Required Education and Experience:
- Bachelor's degree in social work or related field
- One or more years of experience working with people with developmental disabilities, case management experience preferred.