Direct Support Professional: J1241804 We are looking for people with the talent, ability and character to take responsibility for the day-to-day care of the Individuals served by Albany Advocacy Resource Center (AARC). If you want to make a difference in these Individual's lives and in your community as a whole, this is a wonderful opportunity. AARC offers extensive training for this position if you have a respectful, understanding, dedicated, responsible, flexible, and willingness to learn attitude. If you would like to learn more about this position, please complete this online application.
Direct Support Professional (CAI): J8141805 Our Adult Day Center located at 1300 West Broad Avenue, Albany, GA is looking for someone with a great driving record along with the talent, ability and character to assist our adult individuals served by Albany Advocacy Resource Center, (AARC) with access to the community. This is a Part-Time position that will drive and accompany our individuals to local establishments, events and other areas of interest. If you want to make a difference in these individual's lives and in your community, this is a wonderful opportunity. AARC offers extensive training for this position if you have a respectful, understanding, dedicated, responsible, flexible and willingness to learn attitude. If you would like to learn more about this position, please complete this online application.
ICWP Case Manager, Contract - Part-Time: J5241803 This is a great opportunity for a qualified individual who wants to work approximately 120 hours per month. The ICWP Case Manager is responsible for the overall enhanced primary case management of those individuals who have been assigned to their caseload. This position must demonstrate successful team participation, good written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of local, state, and regional resources and willingness to establish community networks. Must demonstrate a professional and personal commitment to advocacy, creativity, and ethics with an emphasis on promoting and implementing self-directed care.
The ICWP Case Manager has an assigned caseload of individuals who are scheduled for 6 hours of service per month. The ICWP Case Manager sets their own schedule for delivering those 6 hours of service.
Minimum Educational Qualifications:
Licensed Practical Nurse or BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university in health care or a human services related discipline
2 Years of demonstrated and documented experience in healthcare service delivery or human services case management. Experience must be pertinent to the conditions and disabilities of the populations served by the ICWP and include work with adults, the disabled, traumatic brain injured or other special needs populations.
Enhanced / Preferred Experience and certifications:
An R.N. or Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing or Master’s degree in social work; psychology; counseling or a related human services degree; a current certification in rehabilitation or case management; a license to practice social work, psychology, counseling, or related area in the State of Georgia and certification through the Georgia Medical Care Foundation to perform the Personal Support Consumer Directed Option.
For newly enrolled/newly approved Case Managers: Certification to perform CDO must be obtained within six(6) months of approval by the ICWP Program Specialist. Enhanced Case Management certification organizations include: American Board of Disability Analyst(ABDA); Certified Case Manager(CCM); Certified Advanced Social Work Case Manager(CASWCM); Certified Disability Management Specialist(CDMS); Certified Health Care Quality Management(CHCQM); Certification for Case Managers(CMC); Certified Rehabilitation Counselor(CRC); Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse; Certified Rehabilitation Nurse-Advanced (CRRN or CRRN-A); Registered Nurse Case Manager(RN-BC); Certified Nurse Case Manager(RN-C).