What is a Case Manager’s job responsibilities?
The Case Manager is responsible for a range of tasks. Generally, Social Work Case Managers are responsible for:
- Ensuring that each client is receiving appropriate and effective case management services
- Conducting comprehensive assessments and developing comprehensive service plans that identify mutually agreed upon long and short-term goals
- Conducting face-to-face contacts (home visits/office visits)
- Providing assistance in accessing primary medical care
- Teaching activities for daily living
- Conducting reassessments and reviewing service plans as needed
- Ensuring that each client has a psychosocial
- Providing crisis intervention to clients and their families as needed
- Maintaining ongoing awareness of clients’ medical conditions so that services are appropriate to changing needs
- Participating in weekly supervision
- Submitting a weekly schedule of field visits
- Participating in mandated training workshops, seminars, and case presentations as well as meetings with peers and supervisors.
What is the average salary for a Case Manager in NYC?
The average salary range for a Case Manager in New York City is $80k – $100k. Of course, this all depends on the company and the experience/qualifications of the candidate.
How much experience do you need to be a Case Manager?
To be a Case Manager you will typically need a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, nursing or a similar field. You will also need to obtain the appropriate certifications and licenses.