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POSITION: Intake Specialist - Miami Office
Intake Specialist is responsible for a variety of routine tasks which include interviewing, screening, determining patient eligibility, record keeping, information and referrals, activity reports and other assigned duties.
$8.50 - $16.00 hourly rate
A minimum of a high school diploma and 2+ years clerical work experience. Knowledge of basic interviewing techniques and record keeping. Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Computer experience necessary. Bi-lingual a plus.
POSITION: Social Services Case Manager - Jensen Beach/West Palm Beach Office
The Social Services Case Manager provides a range of intensive and individualized customer-centered case management services requiring advanced knowledge in a field of science or learning acquired through a prolonged course of specialized intellectual instruction and training. The Case Manager regularly exercises discretion and independent judgment to assess the needs of active client cases in their assigned territories and decide upon a course of action to be followed and to coordinate, organize, and address the needs for social services including making a determination of how best to fill any existing gap in providing such services. The Case Manager educates customers and their families about proper epilepsy care; counsels them concerning appropriate actions to be taken; and guides and puts them in contact with available resources and identifies and assists them in obtaining appropriate social services within the context of applicable policies and procedures. The Case Manager prepares all required reports, documentation, and plans for service.
$23,660 - $32,000. The weekly annualized salary is intended to cover all hours worked in the workweek.
Bachelor’s degree in human services discipline including Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or related field with three years of social services related experience. Ability to work independently in an offsite location with minimal supervision. Capability to communicate effectively orally ad in writing. Bi-lingual preferred.
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