top of page

Now Hiring


The Case Manager (CM will perform a dual role while working with clients as described below:


As Case Manager (CM), the employee will provide comprehensive care for its clients to ensure their well-being and ability to function as best as can be expected given their current situation or need. CM will help clients live as independently as possible by assisting them to connect with social services, advocating for them with public organizations, finding housing accommodations including supportive housing facilities, and assisting them with paperwork.


The CM may perform other duties as needed, and is responsible for handling administrative tasks such as maintaining case files, completing required paperwork and other documentation as needed. 


The CM must be able to assess their client’s needs and have a good working knowledge of available community resources. He or she should keep current with changes to government policies that can have an impact on clients, such as changes to social services benefits or other services. The CM is required to travel and therefore needs a valid driver's license and the use of their own vehicle. Attendance and participation in mandatory meetings and training is expected, and they must be able to work with people of all races, religions, sexual orientations, and socio-economic statuses.


CM Qualifications:

The CM must possess a combination of 3 years’ mental health work experience, relevant education, and training which indicates the possession of knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform essential job duties. Bachelor degree in relevant human services field is required as well as excellent writing skills, computer proficiency, and experience managing others.




bottom of page