Case Management & Social Work Careers at Lifespan

Case Manager Job

Job Number: GHI17752

Job Title: Case Manager

Department: IHH 3284 Johnston Team B - 5303284

Facility: Gateway Healthcare Inc.

Location: Pawtucket, RI

Bachelor’s degree in Mental Health or equivalent. Two years direct experience treating persons with severe mental illness.

JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, AND ABILITY:
•Read, analyze, interpret professional journals, policy and procedures and governmental regulations.
•Clearly and cogently document clinical information in accordance with Gateway policy and procedure.
•Write reports and general correspondence.
•Effectively present information and respond to questions from professionals, managers, clients, family members and the general public.
•Solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
•Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, and diagram or schedule form.
•Analyze client and system information, evaluate staff, identify problems, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, develop options and strategies for resolving problems, monitor implementation and evaluate the problem solving process for effectiveness.
•Ability to successfully complete all required training and certifications
•Oral and written communication skills, including speech, grammar, spelling, and legibility are at sufficient level to ensure effective and appropriate communication.
•Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all unites of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals either manually or by use of a calculator.


Responsible for coordinating the exchange of pertinent clinical and medical information between the admitting psychiatric facility or prison facility and the current GHI treatment program as well as other relevant involved parties. Short-term casework will also be provided on an as needed basis while long term or alternate treatment is being arranged. Conduct substance abuse treatment with clients in need according to the 12 core functions of substance abuse counseling as defined by the “ICRC.”