Now Hiring! Case Managers W/Increased Pay! (2688)

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Full Time




United States


Now Hiring! Case Managers W/Increased Pay! (2688)

Days Off: Not yet determined

Pay Range: 37,781 - 47,970 annually

Location: Multiple Locations

Schedule Details: Work hours, shifts, and pay will range depending on the program. More details will be given to qualified candidates.

Shift: Variable

Insurance Benifits: Dental, Life, Long-term Disability, Medical

Other Benifits: Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), ORCA card subsidy, Paid Time Off (34 days per year), Retirement Plan


Date/Time: August 21st, 2018/TBD

Location: Main Offices Downtown


DESC is excited to announce a change to our hiring practice that better aligns with our values of equity and inclusion and will positively impact our staff retention and recruitment efforts. We will no longer be requiring a bachelor's degree as a required minimum qualification for our entry level Case Management Positions. Please refer to the "Education and Experience Qualifications" section below for more details.

Are you passionate about serving those who are most in need? Are you committed to working for your fellow citizens? Are you a believer in working towards creative and innovation solutions to society's most vexing problems? If so, a Case Manager role with one of our Clinical teams may be for you. We are looking for candidates to fill roles with four of our Clinical Teams: SHARP, PACT, CRP, & COAT. Please refer to the "Program Description" section below for more details.

DESC invites you to apply today to attend our hiring fair! Qualified candidates will be screened over the phone, and if selected will be given the time and location of the hiring fair. Once at the fair, candidates will have the opportunity to tour one of our clinical locations, learn about what makes DESC unique, and participate in a Q&A with staff members during the interview process.

DESC Employee PERKS:

• Over 6 weeks off in the first year of employment

• Opportunities for growth

• Team building and Camaraderie

• Training and Learning that Occurs at your Own Pace

• Great Medical and Dental Benefits

• Week long Orientation and Training

• Retirement Plan

• Flexible Spending Account

Qualified Candidates Will Have:

•Interest in and experience working with homeless, mentally ill, and/or chemically dependent individuals.

•Interest in or experience working with consumers who are difficult to engage and maintain in traditional mental health programs.

•Ability to meet state requirements for registration as a counselor.

•Knowledge of Recovery focused, strengths based work in mental health.

•Knowledge of Harm Reduction strategies.

•Ability to work effectively with clients displaying a wide range of unpleasant and/or bizarre behaviors.

•Ability to communicate and work effectively with staff from various backgrounds.

•Subscribe to the philosophy of cooperation and continuity across programs and of consideration and respect for consumers.

•Washington State Driver's License and insurable driving record.

•Available to start within two weeks of the date of the hiring fair.

•Be able to provide at least two references from a recent previous work experience, from someone who can talk about your work in a supervisory capacity.


1.Relevant Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, or related behavioral science, or

2.Bachelor's degree in any field and 1 year of paid work experience in social services, or

3.Relevant associates degree and 1 year of relevant paid work experience, or

4.Any Associates degree and 1 year of highly relevant paid work experience, or

5.A combination of 1 year of highly relevant paid work experience and formal training in clinical and case management skills to demonstrate an ability to successfully perform the job.


SHARP: The Services and Housing to Access Recovery Program (SHARP) works directly with the Coordinated Entry for All system to provide housing-focused outreach and support to single adults experiencing chronic homelessness and living with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. SHARP strive to fill in gaps in the system and support folks whose behavioral healthcare needs are currently unmet by traditional outpatient resources. Through meaningful outreach and engagement in the community, SHARP's multidisciplinary team empowers participants to regain the stability needed to work towards their long-term goals and dreams.

PACT: Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is a national evidence based model within DESC that provides intensive case management and outreach to some of King's County most vulnerable population. The PACT model utilizes a multi-interdisciplinary approach to provide wraparound care for our clients. The team includes case managers, Master-level clinicians, a psychiatrist, ARNP, RNs, CD specialist, peer support, and vocational specialist. PACT services are licensed under the Washington State Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery and are provided under contract with King County Mental Health, Chemical Abuse & Dependency Services Division. Services are provided within a Recovery model.

CRP: The Crisis Respite Program (CRP) Case Manager is a member of a multi-disciplinary team responsible for providing ongoing assessment, crisis stabilization, engagement and short-term case management services to homeless and mentally ill adults. This position will work closely with other CRP clinicians, HOST project staff and Shelter staff. Services will be provided at DESC facilities and in the community.

COAT: The COAT (Community Outreach & Advocacy Team) Outreach Worker/Case Manager is a member of a multi-disciplinary team responsible for providing outreach, engagement and intensive case management services to adults. The model incorporates a modified assertive community treatment (ACT) approach with caseloads of 1:20 with companion-based services to ensure people are identified and assessed, supported and accompanied to any services or appointments that are indicated. This position is involved in all aspects of referral, outreach and engagement, intensive case management services, as well as coordination with other providers to assure successful transition of consumers to on-going care. Services will be provided in Seattle and King County areas. Many services will be provided on the streets, in shelters and other service centers as assigned. Some evening and weekend hours as needed. This position requires a high degree of coordination and collaboration with other DESC programs as well as outside agencies.


DESC is committed to diversity in the workplace, and promotes equal employment opportunities for all staff members and applicants. The Agency will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability in any employment practice, unless based on a bona fide occupational qualification. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.


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Professional Level

Entry level

Minimum Education Required

High School