Clinical Care Coordination Specialist - Community Based
Join our dynamic team! Would you like to work on a small, dedicated team that makes a big impact in the community? Are you passionate about partnering with individuals, families, and community agencies to break-down barriers and improve outcomes? Do you want to work for an organization that promotes a healthy work-life balance? We are looking for a Clinical Care Coordination Specialist who will be responsible for responding to needs presented by individuals and families who have been seen by our Mental Health and Substance Use Connections Team, specifically the Child, Adolescent, Young Adult Connections (CAYAC) team. The position will be responsible for ensuring the multi-disciplinary team is engaging in open communication with the client, client’s family, community partners, and community providers. The position will assist clients and families with accessing other needed community services and benefits, finding affordable care, receiving needed follow-up services, and on-going support.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in social work, public health, human services, or another human service-related field.
- A minimum of two years of experience working in the behavioral health field.
- A minimum of one year of experience working as a client navigator, or in care coordination/case management position in a behavioral health setting.
- Written and oral fluency in English and Spanish language is desired.
- Assists client/family in navigating complex systems to reduce barriers to improved mental, social, family, and physical functioning. May include service-planning, advocacy, research, working with others in client's treatment system, monitoring, follow-up, etc.
- Utilizes information and referral resources and knowledge to research possible options for services, support and treatment and works with client/family in the selection of options and determination of next steps.
- Contacts clients after providing specific service to determine follow-through with plan, barriers encountered, additional client needs, and client suggestions for improvement of services.
- Answers client/family questions and addresses concerns, provides educational materials and other information; and provides guidance in assessing options and making decisions.
- Conducts initial screening to assess needs and requests for services to provide matching referrals to external community providers or internal services as appropriate.
- Links individuals and families with intake providers for in-house services, if appropriate, via a warm hand-off.
How to Apply
- Provide a cover letter that details your professional experiences and how your qualifications align with this position.
- Submit your cover letter and resume to Search Coordinator,
- Mail: Health District of Northern Larimer County, 120 Bristlecone Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80524 (Attn: Search Coordinator)
- Fax: 970-221-7165 (Attn: Search Coordinator)
- Email to email@example.com.
Why work for us
- Our mission is to enhance the health of our community and to achieve this we provide health services that address unmet needs and opportunities in our community.
- We demonstrate dignity and respect for all people and focus on our employees, clients, and community.
- Employees are encouraged to develop their skills and knowledge that result in successful performance in their roles/positions.
- We are committed to providing equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals. The Health District does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other applicable status protected by federal, state or local law. Employment decisions at the Health District will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities.
- We provide comprehensive benefits, including (100% or prorated portion) of the cost of medical, dental, low-cost vision, 401(a) and optional 457(b) retirement plans, 12 holidays, generous flexible paid time off, and employee wellness and recognition activities.
- Health District is an eligible employer for those qualifying for federal loan forgiveness.