Medical Case Manager (Posted November 20, 2018)
Type: Full time (40 hours)
Salary: DOQ

General Responsibility
IPTF is seeking a self-motivated and highly caring individual to provide medical case management services
JOB Description:

This is a full-time position providing Medical Case Management to a minimum of 50 clients living with
HIV/AIDS. The Case Manager is primarily responsible for Coordinating culturally sensitive case
management services and access to health care, social care, social services and necessary supportive
services to ensure Native Americans clients living with HIV/AIDS reduce their viral load and to ensure
housing stability and promote greater self-sufficiency.

Specific Responsibilities:
• Case Manage minimum of 50 clients living with HIV/AIDS
• Conduct intake interviews with new clients
• Develop client care plans to identify goals
• Provide up-to-date information to clients regarding HIV/AIDS treatments, prevention and
transmission issues
• Maintain client files, enter data into careware web and enter monthly billings
• Providing advocacy and referrals for medical, housing and other services
• Arrange transportation services for clients as needed
• Assist with submitting monthly, quarterly and year end reports
• Participates in regularly scheduled staff meetings, specifically scheduled training
sessions, and other professional growth opportunities as pre-approved
• Attend DHS certified trainings and quarterly case management meetings
• Recruitment via advertising and outreach to clients
• Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in social work or social sciences
• Or 2 years of Case Management experience
• Or an Associate’s Degree in related Human Services field
• Must be knowledgeable about community resources
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Knowledge of HIV/AIDS
• Proficient in Microsoft Office software and ability to accurately enter billing
• Data entry of MN-ITS and CareWare web based software systems
• Familiarity with Minnesota Native American communities, cultures and values
• Valid Minnesota Driver’s License, proof of car insurance, and good driving record.

The Case Manager reports to the Case Management Supervisor.

To apply, please submit resume with cover letter to Suzanne Nash,
or fax to: 612.729.9373.

Mailing address for applications:

Indigenous Peoples Task Force
1335 E 23rd St. Minneapolis, MN 55123
Attention: Sharon Day