Targeted Case Manager (TCM)

The Kid SpOt Center is seeking a full time energetic, career oriented Targeted Case Manager , who is passionate about kids and helping shape their future in.

Click here to apply 

Job Type

Full time

Hours

Day shift. Closed on weekends

Benefits

Paid time off, holiday pay, sick pay, 401K matching, Life insurance, health, dental and vision insurance, continuing education, and much more! 

Requirements 

Education

  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in a human services related area (i.e. psychology, sociology, social work, special education, or other related fields)Minimum of High School Diploma 
  • Minimum of one-year of direct, full-time experience in the area/population to be served

License/Certification

  • Hold and maintain valid Adult, Child and Baby CPR/First Aid
  • Valid Kentucky driver’s license and insurance.

Skills

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Organized and able to follow through and complete tasks
  • Team Player
  • Stays calm under pressure
  • Attention to detail
  • Friendly
  • A fondness for working with children
  • Basic understanding of child development 

Duties and Responsibilities 

Purpose: Deliver quality, evidence based Targeted Case Management services to as many children as possible to meet goals outlined in their plans of care and increase overall independence.

Product: A child whose independence has been increased through Targeted Case Management. 

Clinical Responsibilities: 

  • Complete comprehensive assessments of each participant's needs

  • Provide quality care by developing and updating Plans of Care that are relevant and meaningful to the child and their family

  • Provide quality, evidence based targeted case management interventions to address goals outlined on Plan of Care

  • Monitor participant progress and demonstrate an ongoing understanding of participants needs and changes in those needs

  • Collaborate with others directly related to participants to assist with identifying needs and care for the purpose of helping access services, identify supports, gather useful input regarding participant’s past and current functioning, symptoms, adherence and treatment information relevant to participants behavioral condition

  • Complete all required documentation in a timely manner as outlined in policy (i.e. needs assessment, monthly summary, progress notes, billing sheet, etc.)

  • Complete required updates for Progress Notes and Re-Assessments as outlined on Fusion to-do list and according to policy guidelines

  • Provide minimum amount of monthly contacts that are appropriate for each participant and document those contacts appropriately

  • Submit documents (i.e. SOAP notes, progress notes, monthly summary, etc.) to BSD Clinical Manager for review after completion