Care Manager

Bolton Clarke

Come join our Homecare Package team responsible for managing client intake for aged care recipients eligible for funding.

  • Permanent Part Time role based out of our Forest Hill office
  • Own vehicle required. Case management and aged care experience essential
  • Get access to fantastic salary packaging benefits - more $$ in your pocket!
Due to an increase in admission of clients we’re hiring! We have an opportunity for a Home Care Package Care Manager to join our Melbourne team working across the south east region of Melbourne.
Our team manage client intake for aged care recipients eligible for Home Care Packages funded by the Commonwealth government. This includes comprehensive assessment, coordinating delivery and brokerage of services within the package budget and communicating with family and other service providers as required.
The Care Manager role will:
  • Provide comprehensive client assessment and development of care plans to support our clients at home
  • Provide advanced holistic care skills within a Case Management framework
  • Plan, implement and evaluate innovative health programs designed to meet the identified needs of target group care recipients / Special Needs Groups
  • Consult, network and liaise with relevant agencies
  • Contribute to the ongoing development of the program including participating in development of procedures, planning and reviewing of care recipient services
  • Meet on a regular basis with the Team Leader Packaged Care to provide reports on achievement of KPIs and budget
  • Liaise with multiple service providers to ensure care recipient needs are met in line with objectives and timelines
What we need from you?
  • Degree qualified in relevant Aged Care, Community Services, Social Science, Nursing or Allied Health discipline including case management and aged care experience
  • Highly developed assessment skills and the ability to creatively problem solve complex care situations
  • Knowledge and experience of community-based care and support services
  • An innovative and dynamic approach to the provision of care
  • Demonstrated skills in networking, liaison and the development and maintenance of strong links with relevant service providers and users
  • Ability to manage a budget effectively
  • Excellent computing skills including Microsoft Office and Excel
  • Ability to work within organisational framework related to policy and procedures, practices and standards of case management
Our benefits
  • Career progression and development opportunities
  • Access to outstanding salary packaging benefits
  • Private health insurance discounts
  • Work with a dedicated and supportive team
  • An opportunity to grow within an organisation that puts its people first
Apply now

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