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ICC Care Coordinator Supervisor (Canton Area)

Company: JCESC VLA
Location: Canton
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description Salary: 50,000 to 60,000 annually ICC Care Coordinator Supervisor Job Description Position Title: ICC Care Coordinator Supervisor Reports to: JCESC Care Management Director Works in collaboration with: Child and Family Team (CFT), other care coordinator supervisors and provides support to ICC care coordinators. Term: Full-time position with health care and retirement benefits Salary Range: $50,000- $60,000 Work Location: Blended home office and regional offices with locations in Steubenville and Canton Ohio. Service counties include Belmont, Columbiana, Harrison, Jefferson, Monroe, Stark and Tuscarawas. Travel: Ability to travel within the assigned region, to multiple offices, and home locations with personal vehicle. Most possess reliable transportation valid/active driver---s License and proof of insurance. Training: Provided upon employment Position Summary: Supervise, support, and coach ICC staff on a regular basis in providing timely holistic care coordination to children enrolled in OhioRISE, with appropriate expertise to coordinate behavioral, medical, and pharmacy health services, including for children with dual diagnoses (BH/IDD). Will use a High-Fidelity Wraparound approach for members that have the greatest behavioral health needs. Key Responsibilities and Activities: Oversee ICC in: Use clinical, operational, and technical expertise to manage and provide ICC. Manage 1915 (c) home and community-based waiver service coordination within federal requirements. Actively grow and leverage partnerships with other (non-health) child-serving systems Conduct outreach to the child---s family within one business day of referral to ICC. Complete and submit child and family-centered care plans (initial, changes, transitions) to the OhioRISE plan for review and approval according to standards. Respond to member needs twenty-four hours a day. Provide support and coaching to the care coordinators. Approach to Tier 2 and 3 Care Coordination Provide structured service planning and care coordination through High-Fidelity Wraparound as established by the National Wraparound Initiative including An initial home-based, comprehensive assessment resulting in the development of the child and family-centered care plan. A CANS assessment once every 90 calendar days for ICC or whenever there is a significant change in the member---s behavioral health needs or circumstances. Convening and facilitating the child and family team. Developing a crisis safety plan. Reviewing the child and family-centered care plan every thirty days or whenever there is a significant change in the member---s needs or circumstances. Monitoring the child and family centered care plan. Performing referrals and linkages to appropriate services along the continuum of care. Ratio of one ICC to no more than ten OhioRISE members receiving ICC services. Supervisory staffing ratios will not exceed one supervisor to eight care coordinators. High quality teamwork including collaborative activity, brainstorming options, goal setting and progress monitoring. Education and qualifications: Minimum of 3 years--- experience in children---s mental health, child welfare, developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, or a related public sector human services or behavioral health care field, providing community-based services to children and youth, and their family/caregivers. Experience in a supervisory role preferred. Background and experience in one or more of the following areas of expertise: family systems, community systems and resources, case management, child and family counseling/therapy, child protection, or child development. Be clinically and culturally competent/responsive with training and experience necessary to manage complex cases in the community across child-serving systems. Will complete the high-fidelity wraparound training program provided by an independent validation entity recognized by ODM. Abilities Required: Knowledge of human resources, personnel practices and human relations. Ability to work well with individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences. In addition, the care coordinator should be: Trustworthy, confidential, accessible, objective, not biased. Interested in own professional growth. Working Conditions: travel to service coordination family locations. 260 day contract with benefits

Keywords: JCESC VLA, Canton , ICC Care Coordinator Supervisor (Canton Area), Hospitality & Tourism , Canton, Ohio

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