Case Manager Habit OPCO
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Status: Full Time
Job Location: Boston, MA 02118
Habit OPCO is a private outpatient program dedicated to the treatment of substance abuse. We operate 21 sited and 2 mobile programs and are the largest fully accredited opiate treatment service in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We now have treatment facilities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The Case Manager acts as a liaison for patients with the referral network. The Case Manager assists patients, in agreement with their counselor, to seek social, vocational and rehabilitative services on an as needed basis. This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position at our Boston, MA program. The scheduled hours for this position are Monday through Friday 6 am to 2 pm.
He or she will help to assess, analyzes and determine patients? needs and make the most appropriate referral. This person will be responsible for accurately maintaining referral network paperwork; documenting all patient/referral contact and submitting appropriate activity logs; and maintaining an accurate record system.
The person in this role assists in coordinating and documenting the intake process and maintains 15 hours of face-to-face contact. He/she is responsible for reporting all pertinent issues to appropriate staff/supervisor and giving timely feedback to the appropriate staff. The Case Manager also completes all MIS information, trips, transfers and transportation forms as requested.
We are looking for someone who exhibits a team-oriented approach and treats patients and co-workers with respect and courtesy. To excel in this role, the individual must be personally committed to excellence in serving patients and exhibit compassion while consistently maintaining professional boundaries and providing a friendly, therapeutic environment.
The qualified candidate should have a Bachelors Degree in the Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, or related field of study. He/she must have exceptional assessment and interpersonal skills and must possess strong written and verbal communication skills in English. Bilingual Spanish helpful but not required. Prior knowledge of and experience with substance abuse treatment preferred.
We have a compensation package that includes competitive salaries, a generous benefits package, including paid educational days and the opportunity to earn free CEU's, an incentive bonus plan and on site free parking.
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