Re-Entry Intensive Case Manager
Re-Entry Intensive Case Manager Step 15 ($39,327) – Step 34 ($68,961) Full-Time Benefits Regular – Full-Time The primary objective is to identify available support services in Klamath County and/or through The Klamath Tribes and provide information on utilization requirements for receiving identified services. The Re-Entry Intensive Case Manager (R-ICM) will work with individuals re-entering the community from incarceration, providing intensive case management services and transitional housing guidance. The R-ICM will also assist in the development and implementation of KTHFS Recovery Support Services. The R-ICM will identify the potential need for additional services for re-entry participants on a case by case basis and will provide assistance, to those identified, with access and coordination of appropriate services. The R-ICM must have the ability to work with individuals in distress and/or crisis. This position will travel between Klamath Falls, Chiloquin and other rural communities in Klamath County to serve KTHFS eligible participants.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Work closely with Recovery Support Supervisor to identify incarcerated individuals eligible for KTHFS services. Assist in building rapport through consistent contact Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services 3949 South 6th Street Klamath Falls, OR 97603 Phone: (541) 882-1487 or 1-800-552-6290 HR Fax: (541) 273-4564 OPEN: 05/02/22 CLOSE: 05/13/22 Position Description: Re-Entry Intensive Case Manager Page 2 of 7 Revised: 01-14-22 with designated corrections agency staff for the purpose of pre-release reach-ins, release planning, and distribution of damni wac material, newsletter publications, and informational letters. 2. Serve as a liaison and advocate for the re-entry participant. Including integration and or coordination of services with medical, dental, social services, education, housing, enrollment, and/or other resources on behalf of the client’s needs. Provide explanation and guidance to patients of how to access and utilize identified services, and guidelines of program policies or procedures. 3. Work closely with Recovery Support Supervisor in the development of treatment plan goals and identification of case management needs, and periodic review of treatment goals. Also, be a pro-active member of the Clinical Team providing updates on re-entry caseload when necessary.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: The ability to maintain strict confidentiality of all records and adhere to the standards for all health record-keeping, HIPAA and Privacy Act requirements. Must have knowledge of and ability to work cooperatively with persons living in culturally, socially and economically disadvantaged communities. Emphasis will be given for positive experience in working with the cultural, economic and social aspects of Native American service populations. Must have a general knowledge of community service/social services, child agencies and their respective roles.
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION: Required to possess a High School Diploma or Equivalent. (Must submit copy of diploma or transcripts with application.) Required to have two year’s work experience combination of education, training or related experience in the human service field. Required, to have at least one year of experience working with service populations providing direct children and family case management, including conducting indepth interviews with children and families, formulating social service treatment plans, providing ongoing social work support and counseling, and coordinating service delivery with other agencies