at Acorn & Oak in Kennebunk, Maine, United States
Case Manager/Bachelor’s Level Social Worker
At Acorn & Oak our work is defined by the client’s vision of what they want their life to become. The inner life and the outer life are both parts of the picture, and we seek to bring both into focus. Our aim is to nurture potential through the use of existing strengths and new resources.
Through a professional and compassionate therapeutic alliance we join with individuals, couples, families, and groups to foster development and support the achievement of meaningful goals.
We are committed to high quality clinical skills, ethical standards, and mutual respect. We value the trust given to us and we prioritize the preservation of that, honoring confidentiality, celebrating diversity, and giving consistent attention to the safety, security and general welfare of all involved.
We learn as much a we teach, and we wouldn’t have it any other way!
These are rewarding and interesting positions with the option of approximately 75% of weekly hours being done via telehealth, remotely, either from home or from the office. Our team does a lot of remote work, but still needs to be accessible, so a commute of under 35 minutes to York County is highly preferred, given our beautiful but hazardous Maine winters! Acorn & Oak strives to care for providers as well as clients, and the agency offers lower caseloads, higher pay, plenty of PTO, Sick Leave, and Paid Holidays to support this along with flexibility, autonomy, and other essential benefits.
Maine state rules require TCMs to have a BA or BS degree, and if that degree is in a field unrelated to human services, additional oversight and supervision is required unless the individual has a strong history of employment in social services. Candidates with prior TCM experience will be offered compensation that recognizes this advantage and are encouraged to apply.
Our goal at Acorn & Oak is to help you help others, and as an agency, Acorn & Oak is committed to keeping things simple and staying mission-focused.
Targeted Case Management is provided through Mainecare Section 13 to identified adults or children who live in the community and intended to help each individual to lead a stable, safe and healthy community life.
Case Managers conduct intake, coordinate comprehensive assessments of the individual’s strengths and needs, produce an individualized support plan (ISP) to address those needs, coordinate, advocate for and develop services identified in the plan, monitor the individual’s progress, and evaluate the appropriateness and effectiveness of services. The case manager works with the family to assist with the coordination and advocacy of services for the individual.
This is life changing stuff. Work you can feel good about, for good reason! Good work, and good coworkers, if that sounds like somewhere you might fit in, you are invited to apply!
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: From $42,000.00 per year
- Flexible schedule
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Professional development assistance
- Day shift
Supplemental pay types:
- Bonus pay