Case Manager
at Sequel Youth and Family Services

Date Posted: 2/14/2019

Job Description


CLASSIFICATION: One FTE- Exempt (hourly)


1.   Follow up with Admissions Coordinator to ensure consent forms are signed and update signatures to maintain compliance.

  1. Orientate the clients to SCOA expectations and complete intake packet.
  2. Make contact with teams within 24 hours of client intake.
  3. Update client info in database on intake and throughout client’s stay at SCOA.
  4. Keep accurate documentation of Agency/Family interactions and maintain in chart and in database. (Including satisfaction surveys).
  5. Enroll clients in school and attend IEP and any other school meetings, if applicable.
  6. Provide and/or arrange transportation to current clients for court, home passes, etc, as needed.
  7. Schedule needed physicals, TB’s, dental, and medical appointments, as needed and communicate with team as well as coordinating transportation.
  8. Appear in court as needed, telephonic or in person.
  9. Relay information weekly to teams to maintain good communication between SCOA, agencies, and families.
  10. Act as a liaison for SCOA and outside agencies including schools and community.
  11. Assist Marketing/Admissions Department when needed.
  12. Responsible for clinical charts (correct order, needed paperwork, audits of each chart, once per month and at least 2 RAC’s weekly, RAC updates and following up on outstanding items, etc.).
  13. Schedule, coordinate and facilitate in CFT/AFT meetings and facilitate clients staffing (service plans, signature pages, and notes).
  14. Compile 30 day reports for each client and review for accuracy and completeness.
  15. Send information as requested by current team members in accordance with ROI.
  16. Assist clients in preparing for discharge in conjunction with agency guidelines.
  17. Check voicemail and emails daily and follow up within one business day.
  18. Notify teams of incidents during normal business hours.
  19. Obtain written guardian consent for out of county trips, haircuts, piercings, etc.
  20. Request and distribute DES and other funds as appropriate.
  21. Communicate discharges externally with teams and internally with finance, psychiatrist, admissions, directors’ teams and RN.
  22. Participate in required meetings and trainings including GENOPS.
  23. Ensures all authorizations are completed, current and in file as well as communicated to appropriate departments.
  24. Maintain compliance with HR file.
  25. Any other duties assigned by the supervisor.
  26. Adheres to Sequel policy and practice concerning creation, editing, transmission, storage, and disposition of all Protected Health Information in compliance with HIPAA.


Competency Statement(s)

Professional Communication, Written - Ability to communicate professionally in writing clearly and concisely. 

Analytical Skills - Ability to use thinking and reasoning to solve a problem. 

Accountability - Ability to accept responsibility and account for his/her actions. 

Professional Communication, Oral - Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with others using the spoken word. 

Empathetic - Ability to appreciate and be sensitive to the feelings of others. 

Friendly - Ability to exhibit a cheerful demeanor toward others. 

Energetic - Ability to work at a sustained pace and produce quality work. 

Diversity Oriented - Ability to work effectively with people regardless of their age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or job type. 

Active Listening - Ability to actively attend to, convey, and understand the comments and questions of others. 

Job Snapshot

About Us

At Sequel Youth and Family Services, we work together today to build a brighter tomorrow. With a focus on providing programs for behavioral, emotional, or physical challenges, we proudly serve children and adults alike. Associates at Sequel Youth and Family Services enjoy giving back and getting more out of a career that positively impacts the community. If you’re a compassionate, motivated individual who’s looking for a truly meaningful career, we look forward to hearing from you.

Sequel Youth and Family Services is committed to offering a broad spectrum of services and options that care for our patients and families alike. Our offerings include long-term residential treatment, short-term impact programs, shelter care, therapeutic group homes, therapeutic foster care, community-based services, in-home services, and alternative education programs. Our reach extends to clients from 37 states and territories – and we’re growing every day.

Current employment opportunities span:

  • Business Administration & Support

  • Education & Counseling

  • Residential Support Services

  • Child & Family Therapy

  • Nursing (LPN, CNA, RN, PRN)

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