Job Opening: CCS Case Manager - Casual 

Posted: 07/21/22

CW Solutions has two immediate openings for casual Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) Case Managers - one to serve Marathon, Lincoln, and Langlade Counties and the second to serve Wood County, Wisconsin. Candidates may elect to work in one, or multiple counties. This casual position requires flexibility of schedule in response to the needs of CCS customers including some late afternoon and early evening hours. Weekly hours are based upon the number of CCS customers assigned and their individual CCS plan. Hours can vary from 0 – 20 hours per week, based upon current CCS assignments. The worker’s schedule is flexible to the employee needs.

According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), “CCS is a program that helps individuals of all ages live their best life by providing support that addresses their unique needs related to mental health and substance use. CCS is intended to assist individuals who are in need of care outside of inpatient settings, but who may have ongoing needs that if left unaddressed, could result in hospitalization during times of crisis.”

The CCS Case Manager provides a person-centered system of care, as described in the customer’s Individual Recovery Plan, developed by the CCS Facilitator. The CW Solutions CCS Case Manager then executes a portion of the plan, based upon the directive by the CCS Facilitator.

The CW Solutions CCS Case manager may work with a wide range of individuals including youth and adults. To be effective, the case manager will work individuals in their homes and communities.

The worker is responsible for mentorship, technique-building and family systems case management, working collaboratively with the CCS wrap-around team to assist individuals in developing skills to successfully manage their mental health and/or AODA condition while engaging with their family, school, employment and social life.

Minimum Experience and Training: The following identify core qualifications for the position.

Education - Required: A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Sociology, Human Services, Counseling, AODA, Health and Wellness or related field that provides the necessary skills to meet the expectations of the position.

Experience  - Desired. At least one year experience serving individuals with mental health or behavioral challenges.

Key Knowledge: Preferred -

    • Proven background experience in working with youth and/or adutls who may express heightened trauma response and mental health issues.
    • Proven experience and knowledge of crisis management with youth.
    • Knowledge of human behavior, motivation, crisis intervention, family and group dynamics and organizational skills are necessary.
    • Knowledge and skill application of intervention services and crisis management.

Transportation: Required -  this position requires the staff member to hold a valid driver’s license and use their personal vehicle. Mileage reimburse is provided for all business-related travel.

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Location: Lincoln, Langlade and/or Marathon Counties, WI or Wood County, WI

Employment Status: Casual, part-time

Starting Wage: $24.40 - 26.74 (based upon qualifications and experience)

How to Apply

Applicants must complete our application (click link) and include an uploaded resume and cover letter.