Assess needs of clients, family members and caregivers in a conversational setting employing a personal approach and in a respectful, professional and non-clinical manner.
Document all communications with and services provided to clients, family members and caregivers in both client files and the MPCS client database.
Promote and provide timely information on programs available to clients, family members and caregivers via written or verbal means.
Assess effectiveness of services and programs offered and continually looks for ways to improve and expand service and program offerings.
Provide coverage of client related events held on a monthly basis both during and after business hours (evenings and weekends).
Maintain awareness of community resources that could benefit clients, family members and caregivers undergoing cancer treatment, in recovery or beyond.
Seek to stay informed of cancer related news which could impact services offerings as well as benefit clients, family members and caregivers.
Perform all job responsibilities at the MPCS office, through the Outreach Program in local treatment facilities, and on Mobile Miles, a van which extends services to outlying communities throughout Acadiana.
Experience in case management in a non-profit or social services organization.
Bachelor’s or master’s degree in social work preferred.
Good-natured self-starter, have strong interpersonal, communication, organizational and technology skills.
How to Apply:
Submit a letter of interest and current resume, and contact information for 3 references by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.