OLTC Case Manager Job opening - Delta County state Colorado ( Job openings )
Delta County , state Colorado
( By Press Release office)
2022-01-11T00:00 - 2022-02-10T00:00 | 45 | 2
Applications will be reviewed January 17, 2022.
Following this date, position will remain open until filled, accepting applications.
Position will be located at the North Fork Annex in Hotchkiss.
Delta County is accepting applications for the position of Case Manager - Options for Long-Term Care. This position performs journey level case management providing a full range of intake and/or ongoing case management services for all programs offered under Single Entry Point (SEP) and Colorado Options for Long Term Care (OLTC).
Assesses clients for physical and mental disabilities, level of functioning and support systems, makes determination as to program appropriateness.
Assesses client’s medical needs. Counsels use of medical and/or psychiatric treatment. Formulates plan to maintain client in healthful environment.
Develops a case plan utilizing informal support systems, community resources, and development of new resources for specific needs of client. Develops, locates, and coordinates services in the community to maintain the client’s highest level of independence with cost containment criteria.
Determines the need for placement of clients in long term facilities such as adult foster care, alternative care facility, and nursing home facility. Completes the proper assessment document and facilitates admissions.
Bachelor’s degree in human services, social service, psychology or related field required
Two years of experience in case management preferred
$38,847 - $47,568/year
Delta County offers benefits for this position which include medical, dental, vision, and additional selective optional insurances available to the employee and eligible dependents on a cost share basis between employee and the organization. Life insurance and employee only medical insurance is available at no cost to the employee. We have a pre-tax flexible spending account. Employees contribute 4% of salary to a 401(a) retirement account fully matched with 4% from the County along with an optional 457 tax advantaged deferred-compensation retirement plan. Paid time off is accrued at 14 hours per month with an additional 11 paid holidays in a calendar year. We have a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) that includes counseling along with some legal and financial support counseling.
To apply for positions, please download and complete the application (see link on this page), then
email to Human Resources
, along with any additional supporting documents.
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