Services for the Underserved

  • Case Manager

    Job Location US-NY-Brooklyn
    Category
    Treatment Services
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Position Overview

    The Case Manager ensures the best quality of care and services for program consumers in a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). The clinic will provide a range of mental health and substance use disorder services to vulnerable populations with a myriad of needs. The Case Manager assists agency consumers with problem solving and crisis intervention. This role is comprised of 75% field work, travel is required to accompany agency consumers on medical, psychiatric, and public benefit appointments, as necessary.

    Qualifications

    • Two years’ experience with individuals with mental illness, substance use issues and/or a history of homelessness required.
    • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus.
    • The ideal candidate will be creative, innovative, open to change and willing to contribute new ideas.

    SUS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    Company Overview

    Services for the UnderServed (S:US) believes every New Yorker has the right to lead a life of purpose. Since 1978, S:US has been turning this belief into reality by advocating for people with life circumstances marked by homelessness, intellectual/developmental disability, behavioral health and addiction challenges, poverty, criminal justice involvement, and trauma. Our dedicated workforce of 2,400 provides services and supports to transform the lives of 35,000 individuals and families in New York City and Long Island. Learn more about S:US, our mission, and values by visiting sus.org.

     

    Benefits Overview: We offer attractive compensation with comprehensive benefits including: Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance; 403(b); Credit Union; FSAs; Short-and-Long-Term Disability; Transportation Plan; Generous Paid Vacations and Holidays

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