JOB REQUIREMENTS: This position collaborates with and is a key member of the Care Team (CT) providing community based care management services and advocating for members and with providers to ensure member long-term outcomes are being supported. The position is primarily responsible for assessing, coordinating, planning, implementing and evaluating effectiveness and cost effectiveness of services to enable members to live as independently as possible while ensuring compliance and quality. Essential Responsibilities * Collaborate with members, families, guardians, POAs, service providers, and all other supports for development of a member centered care plan * Complete member assessments risk assessments, implement harm reduction strategies, conduct Long-Term Care Functional Screens (LTCFS), and Member Centered Plan (MCP) development. * Attend and participate in CT weekly meetings to provide updates, information regarding members and assist with problem solving. * Participate in staff meetings (both local office and all organization staff), internal and external trainings, and organizational quality improvement activities. * Build and maintain cooperative working relationship with external agencies (i.e. County APS etc.) and internal and external committees or work groups. * Coordinate and follow up on the delivery of services and supports determined via the Resource Allocation Decision (RAD) process. * Maintain Quality and Compliance requirements as well as those of DHS Family Care contract plus state and federal statute requirements. * Be familiar with and utilize community resources for all target populations. Care Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity Employer (Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities) and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Individuals are encouraged to speak with Human Resources or management if they may have a potential need for accommodation. ***** OTHER EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge and experience working with target populations Frail Elders/Physically Disabled/Developmentally Disabled and the variety of physical, mental and social needs of these populations. * Knowledge and experience in completing comprehensive assessments and ability to implement goal oriented care plans. * Excellent organizational, interpersonal, negotiation and decision- making skills. * Ability to gather information, analyze data, and make recommendations based on information. * Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written. * Develop and maintain effective relationships and provide outstanding customer service internally and externally. * Ability to work effectively in a team environment. * Ability to evaluate processes and procedures for continuous process improvement. * Ability to adapt to and work effectively in a fast paced and changing environment with multiple priorities. * Basic keyboarding, word processing and data entry skills. ***** APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Apply Online: