Women's Facility Case Manager Position

Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Details: Salary can be discussed during interview

Published

06/07/2018

Start Date

07/02/2018

Application Deadline

06/21/2018

Address

5825 Old Concord Road
Charlotte
North Carolina
28213
United States

Description

Job Title: Case Manager

Employment Status: Full Time-Non Exempt-Salaried

Reports to: Program Director

Work Location: Center for Women


JOB SUMMARY:

This position serves as a case manager for 30 residents of a work release facility for women and performs other custody and security functions.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Two year degree in one of the social sciences plus experience at a minimum.


MENTAL/PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to perform search of persons, places, and objects.

Ability to work rotating, fixed or split shifts, weekends and holidays and respond to facility emergencies.

Ability to perform rescue functions such as administer CPR, first aid, removing people from dangerous areas, and using fire apparatus.

Ability to work in the facility which includes standing, sitting, bending, carrying parcels, walking, and climbing stairs.

Ability to lift up to 5-10lbs.

Ability to conduct continuous visual and audio surveillance of residents both indoors and outdoors.

Ability to read, comprehend, and abide by policy manual and operation procedures.

Ability to work with a diverse and difficult population

Ability to transport residents in agency vehicle at any time, day or night, in any weather, traffic and road conditions, including long-distance in-state travel.

Must have clean driving record and active driver’s license.


RELATIONSHIPS:

The Program Director is the primary supervisor. This position must work in conjunction with all other positions and within the boundaries set forth by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES OF THE POSITION:

Duties as assigned by the Executive Director and Program Director.

Assist clients in their transition to work release, includes job seeking assistance and maintaining employment.

Meets with clients twice monthly.

Investigates and monitors other programs such as home leave, community leaves, study release, AA/NA, etc.

Monitor program implementation to ensure compliance with NCDPS program standards; prepare materials for NCDPS audits.

Prepares all paperwork required by NCDPS for programs and residents in a timely manner.

Completes semiannual reviews on clients as required.

Collaborate with other coworkers to provide programs for residents that better prepare them for release from prison.

With the client, develop six month treatment plans and monitor progress during monthly meetings.

Assist clients in development of a release plan.

Supervises all areas of the facility.

Maintains the facility in a safe and secure condition.

Enforces rules.

Provide transportation of clients.

 

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Maintains daily routine of facility.

Participate in investigations of possible rule infractions.

Process resident’s money, receipt writing and disbursement of funds.

Provide access to resident medication and make notations in client records.

Completes shift inspections and reports

Assist with medical procedures, sick call, ordering medications, receiving medications

Performs other duties as required by the Program Director.

May be required to work in the program assistant office and manage those duties.

GENERAL ABILITIES AND SKILLS:

Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion with minimum instruction and supervision.

Ability to set appropriate boundaries with clients and perform with professional objectivity.

Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with residents staff, and the general public.

Ability to follow directions, maintain records, and to make reports requiring accuracy and clarity.

Knowledge of general English, grammar, and arithmetic.

Knowledge of rules of confidentiality and ability to maintain confidentiality

Ability to abide by relevant laws including HIPAA and PREA.

Ability to read, comprehend and abide by policy manuals and operating procedures.


CCT is an equal employment opportunity employer. It is the policy of CCT not to discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, disability, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation, or any other factor protected by law. This policy extends to recruitment, hiring, promotion, demotion, transfers, layoff, discipline, termination, compensation, training, benefit, and all other terms and conditions of employment. 


CCT complies with all applicable law regarding reasonable accommodation for disabled employees and applicants. Should you require a reasonable accommodation to perform the essential job functions of your position, please contact your supervisor the executive director.


Benefits

Health, Dental and Vision Care: Health, Dental and Vision care insurance is offered by CCT for all full-time employees. Full time is defined as working at least 30 hours a week for benefit purposes. Coverage begins on the first day of the second calendar month of employment.

CCT, as a benefit to employees, pays some of the cost of all full time employee's health plan and covers all of employees dental and vision plan.


Life Insurance: Full-Time Employee also receive life insurance protection in an amount equal to two times your annual salary. This insurance becomes effective in the second calendar month of employment. CCT pays the cost of the employee's life insurance premiums under this plan.


Long Term Disability: CCT provides insurance for continuance of a portion of the employee's salary (60%) in case of severe illness or injury requiring absences from work for periods exceeding three months. This type of leave must be supported by a doctor's statement indicating the type of illness or injury and the expected duration. Coverage under this plan is paid for by CCT and is effective at the time of employment.


Retirement: CCT participates in two retirement plans with Oppenheimer: (1) a Tax Deffered Annuity plan (403B), or TDA, which is 100% voluntary and employee paid, and (2) a Simplified Employee Pension Plan or SEP, which is employer paid. All employees who earn of $400.00 annually are eligible to participate in the TDA plan; there is no waiting period for this plan. All employees with 2 calendar years of service are eligible to participate in the SEP plan, to which CCT will contribute 6% of the employee's salary.

Level of Language Proficiency

English

Professional Level

Professional

Minimum Education Required

2-year degree

How To Apply

Season@centerforcommunitytransitions.org

Please submit cover letter and resume to the email listed.



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