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Care Manager, Long Term Support Services

We have an EXCELLENT opportunity for the right candidate to attain a leadership position with one the nation's most prominent non-profit managed care organizations! As the Care Manager of Long Term Support Services, you will conduct clinical assessments for members with long-term care needs through on-site and telephonic review. This individual will coordinate services and a care plan that meets the patient's psychosocial and clinical needs. The Care Manager will also provide member education, as well as maintain accurate documentation of ongoing assessments, interventions and outcomes.
WHAT WE LOOK FOR:
Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Nursing or related field
Clear and active Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Registered Nurse (RN) or other related clinical licensure in the state of New Hampshire
Extensive background in direct care services and working with populations receiving long-term support
Previous supervisory or leadership experience in a managed care setting preferred
Ability to travel up to 50% of the time a PLUS!
SALARY:
Up to $87,000 / year (DOE)
BENEFITS & PERKS:
FULL comprehensive benefit package
Healthcare, Dental, Vision
Long-Term Disability & Life Insurance
401K Contribution/Match
Daytime Hours
Flex Spending
NO WEEKENDS!
ABOUT US:
HealthCare Scouts, Inc. specializes in nationwide placement of highly qualified healthcare professionals who value excellence and high quality patient care. Offering a unique blend of specialization and scope of services, HealthCare Scouts, Inc. works with some of the most sought after employers in the country. Our dedicated recruiters consist of industry-specific recognized leaders who use their expertise to connect candidates with clients throughout the United States where our focus is to partner top-notch talent with equally refined employment opportunities.

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For Immediate Consideration, Please Contact:Derek HansonNational Recruiting Manager800-708-0605 email removed

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