Benedictine

Case Manager - Social Worker (Benedictine Living Community - Dickinson, ND)

Job Locations USA-ND-Dickinson
Posted Date 1 week ago(6/10/2021 10:49 AM)
Campus Name
Benedictine Living Community-Dickinson
Category
Admissions
Position Type
Full-Time
Shift
Days
Specific Shift Times
8am-4pm
Scheduled Days of the Week
M-F
Weekend Work Requirement
None

Additional Information

This is a FT position working 30+ hours per week.

Qualifies for the full benefits package.

 

  • Identify residents' needs and preferences, customary routines, concerns, and choices.
  • Identify the best options that meet the residents' physical and emotional needs.
  • Identify, provide services, and conduct interventions for grief, bereavement, and end of life issues.
  • Responsible for a caseload of residents and will assist with social, psychological, personal, economic, and environmental needs to promote highest level of independence.
  • Inform residents, families and responsible party of their rights.
     
    As a Licensed Social Worker
  • Bachelor's degree from a school accredited in the council of social work education.
  • Licensed by the Board of Social Work in the state of practice.  
     

As a Case Manager or Social Worker:

  • Hospital or nursing home experience is preferred.
  • Geriatric population experience is preferred. 
  • Ability to intervene in a crisis situation is preferred.

Qualifications Preferred but not necessarily required:

  • Licensed by the Board of Social Work in the State of practice, which must be in good standing
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree from a school accredited in the Council of Social Work education

Overview

The Case Manager-Social Worker is responsible for facilitating resident’s admissions to and from the community and ensuring a seamless transition. 

Responsibilities

Enters admissions documents in the system, communicates payment responsibility with perspective resident/power of attorney, and determines Medicare A status with MDS nurses.  Develops and communicates with local hospitals/social workers and outlying areas in regards to availability.  Works with social services and the resident to determine a discharge plan.

Qualifications

Qualifications Required

  • Licensed by the Board of Social Work in the State of practice, which must be in good standing
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree from a school accredited in the Council of Social Work education
  • Knowledgeable in Microsoft applications, emails and internet.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Flexible schedule to accommodate admissions.
  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English.

Qualifications Preferred

  • Admission/discharge experience.

 

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