We strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals to apply.
This is a fulltime benefit eligible position
Perks of working for Minnesota Community Care
- We cover 70% of your medical and dental benefits
- Career Advancement fund opportunities after 1 year of employment
- Student loan forgiveness opportunities for some roles
- Reduced cost on metro transit
- Our staff thrive in an environment where uplifting each other is one of our core values
Provide case management services to adults(18+) who have a mental health diagnosis.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Complete needs, supports assessments, and enroll clients in the Creando Puentes program.
- Provide case management services to clients enrolled in Creando Puentes program ensuring coordinated care for program participants.
- Work collaboratively within the Behavioral Health department, and Medical providers to meet the needs of clients, their caregivers, and families.
- Navigate clients through the healthcare delivery system to ensure clients receive needed services in a timely, efficient manner; assist client in arranging medical appointments and follow-up care for clients; refer clients internally and/or externally to access needed services.
- Provide information and referrals to appropriate community agencies and resources; assist clients with public benefit enrollment.
- Attend meetings with mental health staff for case conferences and program planning as needed.
- Keep records to manage, track and report service delivery and outcomes to meet agency needs and requirements.
- Adhere to standards of practice, grant guidelines, and patient’s rights for confidential care
- Attend required agency trainings and/or professional development opportunities.
- Participate in agency outreach, and community activities, as appropriate.
- Provide additional program support, as directed.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Technical Knowledge: Knowledge of and familiarity with principles of and best practices in case management, human behavior, and family dynamics; maternal and child health, child protection, and child development.
- Relationship-Building: Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective relationships with vulnerable patients, caregivers, and families. Ability to establish positive working relationships with other community health professionals, the general public, clients, and staff.
- Health Equity: Knowledge of cultural competency and application thereof to community health activities; ability to relate to people of diverse backgrounds, training, and experiences; a demonstrated deep commitment to health equity and social justice.
- Initiative: Ability to take initiative to meet program objectives. Ability to approach daily work load and expectations with flexibility and self-direction. Willingness to implement clinical goals and objectives, learn new technical skills, and grow professionally.
- Language: Bilingual verbal and written skills in language of target population(s) preferred: Spanish, Hmong, Karen, Somali, or other relevant language(s).
As Minnesota's largest Federally Qualified Health Center, Minnesota Community Care ensures that the communities we serve have access to high quality and affordable health care.
Approximately 87% of our patients in the 2019 calendar year were people of color from Asian, African American, American Indian or Latino communities, and 98% of our patients had incomes below 200% of federal poverty guidelines.