Developmental Disabilities Case Manager

Developmental Disabilities Case Manager

eligible for Waiver and SPO Case management services in accordance with the local, state and federal quality assurance standards for case management.

The DD case manager shall conduct screenings and assessments and ensure the appropriate delivery of services for consumers and their families assigned to his/her caseload by the CCPS DD case management program.  This includes (but not limited to) Level of Functioning(LOF) screenings, admission/intake appointments, assignment of cases to other DD case managers, the development of Consumer Service Plans, and direct case management to include assisting eligible consumers in accessing to the most appropriate services available to meet their individual needs in the least restrictive environment.  This is accomplished by linking, coordinating resources, implementing, monitoring and advocating for effective and responsive service provisions.

Requirements: (Experience, Essential Education, and Skills Needed):
DD case manager must have experience with case coordination particularly for persons with intellectual disabilities and experience working with Medicaid and reimbursement standards for active status and pre-authorization. Must have Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field, knowledge of service needs of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and support service needs of their families.  Skills in linkage and coordination of services, intake responsibilities, and counseling.  Ability to prioritize work, thoroughly document service and coordination activities, and work with a variety of agencies, departments, and professionals in providing services.

Must meet the Qualified DD Provider (QDDP) requirements and Medicaid KSA’s for SPO and Waiver case management reimbursement.  QDDP requirements means a person who possesses at least one year of documented experience working directly with individuals who have mental retardation (intellectual disability) or other developmental disabilities and at least one of the following credentials:

(i) a doctor of medicine or osteopathy licensed in Virginia, OR
(ii) a registered nurse licensed in Virginia, OR
(iii) completion of at least a bachelor’s degree in a human services field, including, but not limited to sociology, social
work, special education, rehabilitation counseling, or psychology.

Must have experience in:  case management; multi-disciplinary team work; working with children and adolescents; clinical record documentation; completing psychosocial evaluations; providing outreach services to consumers from multi-cultural populations, and Microsoft Office.

Preferred Qualifications / Other Relevant Job Information:
This is a Grade 208, salaried position.  The salary range is $32,211.00 minimum, $62,302.00 maximum

Starting salary for new employees will be based on the prospective employee’s knowledge, skills and abilities directly relating to the position’s duties.  Current or most recent verified salary will also be taken into consideration prior to making an offer of employment.  Starting salaries for new employees will not exceed the advertised maximum and will be based on the availability of funding within the current budget.

Excellent benefits include sick and annual leave and Virginia Retirement System.

Position requires  pre-employment extensive background check and drug screening, to include a driver’s license report if applicable.

District 19 is committed to developing a multicultural workplace. Minorities and persons with disabilities seeking career advancement are encouraged to apply. EOE.

Position is open until filled.

Sign-on bonus of $2,500.00 to qualified applicant. *Restrictions apply.

Contact details

20 West Bank Street Petersburg, VA 23803 804-862-8002 ext. 3188