Jewish Job: JFCS Hiring Targeted Case Management Program Manager

Job Title:

Targeted Case Management Program Manager

Organization Name:

Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis

Job Type:

Full-time

Salary Range:

$68,000/year

Deadline:

Feb. 25, 2022

Job Summary/Description:

The Targeted Case Management Program Manager provides clinical supervision and coaching to an expanding, dynamic, dedicated team of Adult Behavioral Health Targeted Case Managers (Rule 79), as they advocate for people living with the challenges of severe and persistent mental illness. The Program Manager, along with the Team Leads, provides day-to-day leadership of the team and program management. They offer support and guidance to Case Managers, as they work with clients to improve or maintain functioning across multiple domains. The Program Manager will also carry a small client caseload, and lead the team in inter-agency collaborations and our partnership with Hennepin County.

Along with the Mental Health and Senior Services Director, the manager creates and develops opportunities for program growth and sustainability, including identifying opportunities to expand services to support more people with their mental health needs, beyond the provisions of Rule 79. The manager is responsible for defining clear goals and measures of success, collecting and analyzing data, evaluating outcomes, and developing and implementing strategies for continuous improvement. 

Agency Information:

JFCS is a multi-faceted human services agency with the mission to provide essential services to people of all ages and backgrounds to sustain healthy relationships, ease suffering and offer support in times of need. JFCS is a place where you can put your values to work every day. You will be able to:

  • Make a positive difference in the lives of others
  • Feel energized to give your best effort and enjoy a healthy work/life balance
  • Learn, grow and accomplish new things

JFCS serves and employs people of all cultures and faith traditions and highly values inclusion and diversity. Employment opportunities are available to all without regard for race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability. AA/EEO

Salary and Benefits:

  • Approximate annual salary $68,000 
  • Competitive benefits package including medical insurance, 401(k) with match, life and long-term disability insurance, and access to other benefits including vision and dental
  • Work-life balance including 37.5 hour work week, 3 weeks of vacation, paid sick time, holidays, flexible schedule, and up to 50% telecommuting 
  • Social work licensing supervision

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Essential Functions/Approximate Time:

  • Leadership in Staff Supervision: Provide supervision and leadership for all Targeted Case Managers and Team Leads. Monitor and manage workloads and work flow. Cultivate staff engagement, and lead regularly scheduled team meetings that foster group collaboration. Promote and model frequent feedback, performance development coaching, and holding staff accountable for meeting performance expectations. Participate in the recruitment, hiring, onboarding, and training of new staff. 45%
  • Leadership in Program Management: With support from program staff, define clear goals and measures of program success, collect and analyze data, evaluate outcomes, audit preparation, and develop and implement strategies for continuous improvement. Lead department staff in implementing the JFCS strategic plan. Identify and cultivate opportunities for sustainability and innovative growth through enhanced, new or expanded programs and models for case management. Serve as a liaison to other agencies and community groups helping to cultivate JFCS as a top-of-mind, trusted, top-quality service provider, thought leader, and strategic partner. 35%
  • Direct Service: Carry a caseload of approximately 5-6 clients. Assess clients’ bio-psycho-social, vocational, and economic strengths, risks, and needs. Visit clients in their homes and/or community on a monthly basis. In collaboration with clients, develop and monitor comprehensive services plans with measurable goals. Facilitate access to necessary services. Advocate for clients, initiate appropriate referrals, coordinate ongoing services, and monitor client progress toward goals. Maintain accurate and timely clinical records and court documentation. Attend team, agency, and community meetings. 20%

Experience and Qualifications

Job Requirements:

  • Education and Licensing
  • Minnesota professional license at the LICSW, LP, LMFT, or LPCC level (alternatively, master’s degree in social work + 4000 hours of supervised clinical experience in the treatment of mental illness)
  • Approved supervisor for MN Board of Social Work and MN Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy preferred

Experience

  • Minimum of two years of experience in case management for adults with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI)
  • Minimum of three years of experience hiring, training, and providing clinical supervision to a large and growing team.
  • Experience conducting assessments and/or clinical interviewing
  • Knowledge and experience with client confidentiality practices, HIPAA and electronic health record practices
  • Working or otherwise developing relationships with people from diverse backgrounds, such as differences related to culture, religion, financial resources, race, national origin, age, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, and abilities
  • Monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on outcomes 

Skills and Qualities:

  • Sincere commitment to consistently reflect the JFCS mission and values: compassion; inclusion; innovation; integrity; and collaboration
  • Effective supervisor – in coaching, supporting, and holding staff accountable for meeting performance expectations, and in supporting staff in individual professional development
  • Strong clinical interviewing and assessment skills
  • Strategic and imaginative big-picture thinker adept at managing day-to-day operations
  • Relationship builder and sustainer, with staff, clients, and community partners
  • Ability to work creatively and collaboratively with colleagues in Mental Health Support Services and other departments
  • Strong skills and knowledge of issues and general resources related to adults with severe and persistent mental illness
  • Strong advocate for the agency and its programs with community members and referral sources
  • Effective communicator, including de-escalation and crisis management skills
  • Knowledge of mental illness and best practices of working with adults with SPMI
  • Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to prioritize multiple tasks
  • Knowledge of local social services resources preferred
  • Models and teaches professional boundaries
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Proficient user of electronic health record systems for documentation and communication
  • Proficient user of Microsoft Office programs, including Word and Excel 
  • Current Minnesota driver’s license, safe driving record, auto insurance, and regular and consistent access to a motor vehicle
  • Ability to manage a hybrid work model between working in the office/field and working from home

Additional Information

The Gan Preschool is a Minnesota non-profit organization. It is located at 1754 Ford Parkway, S. Paul, Minnesota 55116. Its 3-member board of directors are: Moshe Lieb Cohen, Soheyla Amrami, and Jim Jarvis. Operations of the Gan Preschool are planned to begin in early 2022.

How To Apply:

Please submit cover letter and resume Diana MacLennan, Human Resources Manager. E-mail [email protected] or apply directly at https://www.jfcsmpls.org/about-us/jobs-at-jfcs/. For more information on Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis, see www.jfcsmpls.org. AA/EEO