Behavioral Health Services
The Case Manager is responsible for conducting Case Management Services in accordance with VOA Chesapeake’s operation as a Level I Substance Use Provider. In this role, the Case Manager provides client services that are essential for assisting the consumer in the achievement of rehabilitation and recovery goals as defined in the consumer’s Individualized Service Plan. The SUD-Case Manager provides person-centered services and linkage to services which are focused on supporting the client’s treatment and recovery plan(s).
Required - Candidates must have completed at least two years of study at an institution of higher education: or have at least three years of experience in a relevant human service field. A minimum requirement of at least one-year of related human service activities. Excellent writing skills, knowledge of computer, must have own transportation.
Preferred – Candidates possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution in the health or human services field. Three to five years working in a community based and multi-cultural setting.
Successful candidates must be able to develop effective working relationships with clients, be self-motivated. and able to motivate others. Candidates must possess strong organizational skills, strong oral and written communication skills, have knowledge of motivational interviewing and are person-centered. Language abilities in Spanish, Farsi, Amharic and Korean is also a plus.C