Pulaski County / Wayne County / McCreary County
}
Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
Request Appointment

Get in Touch

Employment

We’re always looking for compassionate, qualified new team members who share our vision and values of hard work, enthusiasm, teamwork, loyalty, and trust.

Targeted Case Manager

Supervisors: Sandy Colyer, Mark Hamm, Tina Hamm

Case Managers will work closely with the assigned supervisor. Individuals in this position will facilitate the planning and implementation of a service plan. This document will be specifically designed to assist children to live successfully in their own community. Essentially, the Case Manager will bring together all the service providers involved with the child/family’s life and create a collaborative plan to address identified issues. To ensure appropriate implementation of the service plan, the Case Manager will maintain continuous contact with the family and other service providers as well as, seek additional resources beneficial to children/families.

Note: Positions may be full-time, part-time, or contract positions.

Case Manager’s Qualifications

Each case manager shall be required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Bachelor of Arts or Sciences degree in a behavioral science (including psychology, sociology, social work, family studies, human services, counseling, nursing or another human service degree program approved by the Department for Medicaid Services); and
  • A minimum of one (1) year of full-time employment working directly with adolescents or adults in a human service setting after completion of educational requirements or a master’s degree in a behavioral science, as defined above, may substitute for the one (1) year of experience;
  • Successful completion of case management training approved by the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (KBHDID) within six (6) months of employment, and completion of recertification requirements approved by KBHDID every three (3) years; and
  • Supervision by a behavioral health professional, who has completed case management training approved by KBHDID, shall occur at least two (2) times per month. Case Managers shall meet with the billing supervisor a minimum of 1 time per month.

Interested? Apply using the form below.

All submissions must include a resumé for consideration. Once your resumé is received, we will contact you if additional info or an interview is requested. Thank you for your interest in Phoenix Preferred Care!