Would you like to be part of an award-winning team that will give you the ability to directly influence the future of Ohio youth? Coleman Health Services has been selected to be part of OhioRISE to work with Multisystem Involved Youth and their families! If you want to make a difference, we want you on our team! As the Manager of Case Management/Care Coordination, you oversee the provision of structured service planning and care coordination through high-fidelity wraparound as established by the national wrap around initiative. You will provide direct oversite and supervision of no more than eight Intensive and Moderate Care Coordinators to ensure compliance with 5260-59-03.2. We will be part of a specialized managed care program focusing on children and youth who have complex behavioral health and multisystem needs in Wayne County, Ohio!
What can Coleman offer you as the Manager of Case Management/Care Coordination?
What are we looking for from you?
What Qualifications will you need to be successful as the Manager of Case Management/Care Coordination?
Why join Coleman Health Services?
We are a nationally recognized not-for-profit provider of behavioral health and an organization that has demonstrated over 40 years of stability and transparency.
Our Company Culture and Benefits Set Us Apart! Regardless of your role at Coleman Health Services, your work makes a lasting impact on those we serve. When you join our team, you become part of a collaborative community of dedicated professionals whose primary mission is to improve the lives of our clients. In return, you can also expect opportunities for career advancement and continued professional training.
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