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Case Management Unit

Case Management Unit Charting Paths. Creating Opportunity.

Operating as usual

03/16/2022

Benefits

Purpose: The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in people’s lives.

Flexibility: We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve a work/life balance that meets your needs.

Generous Paid Time Off: Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick time that increases based on years of service. Additional time off for individuals continuing their education.

Outstanding Benefits Package: Our package includes medical, prescription, dental, retirement plan, life insurance and short-term disability insurance. We offer starting salary incentive for relevant Master’s degree and Bilingual/ASL and opportunity to earn a quarterly bonus.

Student Loan Forgiveness: Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.

Teamwork: CMU is mission driven and has an exceptional team environment.

What We Do
CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU’s mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

Mental Health Case Managers work with individuals in the community to overcome their barriers and obstacles that confront them to recover from their mental illness. They provide a service that includes functions that involve locating, coordinating, and monitoring services and supports for individuals who have a mental illness.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree, which includes or is supplemented by at least 12 college credits in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social science; or

Associate degree which includes or is supplemented by at least 12 college credits in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice or other related social science AND two years of relevant experience

PA Child Abuse, PA Criminal History and FBI clearances are required

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job-related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any trait protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individual.

To complete application, go to www.cmupa.org, and click the "Employment Opportunities" tab.

03/12/2022

Benefits

Purpose: The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in people’s lives.

Flexibility: We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve a work/life balance that meets your needs.

Generous Paid Time Off: Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick time that increases based on years of service. Additional time off for individuals continuing their education.

Outstanding Benefits Package: Our package includes medical, prescription, dental, retirement plan, life insurance and short-term disability insurance. We offer starting salary incentive for relevant Master’s degree and Bilingual/ASL and opportunity to earn a quarterly bonus.

Student Loan Forgiveness: Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.

Teamwork: CMU is mission driven and has an exceptional team environment.

What We Do
CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU’s mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

Mental Health Case Managers work with individuals in the community to overcome their barriers and obstacles that confront them to recover from their mental illness. They provide a service that includes functions that involve locating, coordinating, and monitoring services and supports for individuals who have a mental illness.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree, which includes or is supplemented by at least 12 college credits in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social science; or

Associate degree which includes or is supplemented by at least 12 college credits in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice or other related social science AND two years of relevant experience

PA Child Abuse, PA Criminal History and FBI clearances are required

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job-related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any trait protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individual.

To complete application, go to www.cmupa.org, and click the "Employment Opportunities" tab.

03/12/2022

What We Offer

Purpose: The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in the lives of the individuals and families that we serve.

Flexibility: We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve work/life balanced that meets your needs.

Generous Paid Time Off: Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick leave time that increases based on years of services. Our employees with five years of service also get a paid day off for their birthday!

Salary and benefit package: Our package includes medical, prescription, dental, retirement plan, life insurance and short-term disability insurance. We offer starting salary incentive for relevant Master’s degree and Bilingual/ASL.

Student Loan Forgiveness: Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF).

Teamwork: CMU is mission driven and has an exceptional team environment.

What We Do

CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU’s mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

Supports Coordinators embrace Pa Office of Developmental Program’s Everyday Lives values and principles to support individuals and families.

The role of the Supports Coordinator is to locate, coordinate, and monitor services for individuals which includes activities including:

• Facilitating the participation of individuals, families and support teams in the development of individuals’ person-centered support plans.
• Locating both community and system supports and services and make referrals to providers on behalf of individuals.
• Coordinating supports and services for the individuals served.
• Monitoring to assure that individuals receive the quality, type, duration and frequency of supports and services as documented outlined in the individual’s support plan.
• Verifying health and wellbeing of participants through individual monitoring and other contacts with the individual, family and service providers.
• Identifying and documenting unmet and/or projected support needs with individuals and their families to plan for future funding opportunities.
• Informing individuals of their rights.
• Documenting all services through a statewide, web-based record system.
• Participating in mandatory and ongoing training to enhance skills.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree, which includes or is supplemented by at least 12 college credits in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social science; or

Associate degree which includes or is supplemented by at least 12 college credits in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice or other related social science AND two years of relevant experience

PA Child Abuse, PA Criminal History and FBI clearances are required.

Must have vehicle and valid driver’s license.

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job-related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any trait protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individual.

To complete application, go to www.cmupa.org, and click the "Employment Opportunities" tab.

03/07/2022

Fiscal Assistant (Representative Payee)
The mission of CMU is to plan with and support adults and children with mental disabilities, and their families when appropriate, to live full and inclusive lives within their communities. This will be achieved by providing support to access resources, both within the community and within the public systems for mental health, intellectual and developmental disability programs, and early intervention services.

Fiscal Assistant (Representative Payee) embraces the values and principals of Everyday Lives to support individuals. They provide a service, approved by Social Security, which enables CMU to serve and support those of our individuals who have been determined by Social Security as unable to manage their funds.

What we offer:

Purpose – The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in people’s lives.

Flexibility – We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve a work/life balance that meets your needs.

Appreciation and Recognition – We acknowledge and recognize our outstanding staff through all staff emails, during staff meetings and at our annual staff recognition event.

Generous Paid Time Off – Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick time that increases based on years of service.

Student Loan Forgiveness – Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.

Outstanding Benefits Package – Including medical, prescription, vision, dental, retirement plan, life and short–term disability insurance.

The daily activities of Fiscal Assistant include but are not limited to:

• Data entry annual and periodic changes to monthly budgets.
• May be required to discuss burial accounts for consumers’ future needs.
• Monitor monthly budgets as established with the consumer’s case manager, writing checks as indicated weekly, monthly, semi-monthly. Work closely with case managers, when necessary, on problems related to the consumer’s payee account.
• Processing of Fund Requests and bill payments from payee account
• May be required to generate financial registers when requested
• Monitor Asset Limits set by Social Security and Community Resources.
• May be required to process and discuss Social Security letters for payee consumers.
• May be required to complete Representative Payee accounting reports received from SSA for each consumer on the anniversary of commencement of benefits.
• Respond to requests or contacts from Social Security, case managers, banks, and other payers concerning the consumer’s payee account.
• Corresponding and/or completing Social Security forms to protect or dispute changes to consumer’s benefit.
• Scanning/Verifying documents into computerized system
• Other duties as assigned by the Fiscal Supervisor or CFO. Performs other related duties as required.
• Participates in staff meetings and training events.

Qualifications:

• Preferred Experience and Training: an associate degree in business administration, accounting, or finance AND three (3) years experience in banking or a related financial field.
• Minimum Experience and Training: three (3) years experience in banking or a related financial field or equivalent combination of education and experience. Proficient with Microsoft Office applications, particularly Outlook and Excel.
• Act 33 and 34 clearances are required. EOE.

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job-related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any other trait protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individuals.

To complete application, go to www.cmupa.org, and click the "Employment Opportunities" tab.

03/07/2022

CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources, and fulfilling CMU’s mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.
The Supports Coordination Assistant Clerk Typist 3 provides support to the Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities program to fulfill CMU’s mission and support day to day operations.

The daily activities of Supports Coordination Assistant Clerk-Typist 3 include but are not limited to:

• Proficiency in the use of database systems used by CMU such as the Home and Community Services Information System (HCSIS).
• Proficiency in the use of any other computer-based data systems that are used by CMU and Dauphin County MH/ID Program.
• Data entry of consumer information/records into the Home and Community Services Information System (HCSIS), CMU and Dauphin County MH/ID Program data system and/or any other data systems used by CMU (e.g.: Demographics, ISPs, PUNS, Monitoring Reports, Service Notes, Release of Information etc…).
• Print, copy and distribute designated reports on a regular, periodic basis.
o Use available database applications to determine the appropriate Service/Supports Coordinator to receive records sent by service providers or other sources.
• Receive, review, and distribute records received from service providers.
• Data integrity/reconciliation of information housed within multiple data systems (i.e.: Assuring that information in HCSIS and the local database matches for each individual).
• Print, review and/or analyze reports from HCSIS and/or the local database on a regular, periodic basis as required.
• Summarize data as needed for CMU management staff using established electronic reports from state or local database sources.
• Distribute reports to staff as directed.
• Assist supervisory staff in tracking, preparing and/or analyzing information for review and action for activities such as: IM4Q and NCI compliance, internal chart auditing activities, Incident Management tracking, ISP process related tracking, etc.
• Assists Supervisory staff in maintaining, reviewing and providing reports regarding tracking for initiatives, target categories or other areas as required.
• Assist Supervisory staff by interacting with Supports Coordinator to collect, clarify, correct and/or organize information for HCSIS/local database entry and/or reporting.
• Organizing, maintaining and retrieving records related to provider referrals and related documentation.
• May interact with Dauphin County MH/ID Program and/or service provider staff.
• Perform tasks required for bulk mailings as required.
• Special projects as needed for CMU objectives.
• Other clerical duties as may be required.

What we offer:
Purpose – The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in people’s lives.

Flexibility – We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve a work/life balance that meets your needs.

Appreciation and Recognition – We acknowledge and recognize our outstanding staff through all staff emails, during staff meetings and at our annual staff recognition event.

Generous Paid Time Off – Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick time that increases based on years of service.

Student Loan Forgiveness – Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.

Outstanding Benefits Package – Including medical, prescription, vision, dental, retirement plan, life and short–term disability insurance.

Qualifications:
• Minimum Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent and six months as a Clerk Typist II or equivalent work experience.
• Preferred Experience and Training: Professional experience and/or post-secondary education related to medical terminology, administrative support in a health care environment and direct customer service support.
• Act 33 and 34 clearances are required. EOE.

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any other trait protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individuals.

Address

1100 S Cameron St
Harrisburg, PA
17104

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Telephone

(717) 232-8761

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Today is the Annual Holiday Turkey Basket Project! CMU Case Managers and Supports & Service Coordinators from our Harrisburg, Elizabethville, Lebanon offices and our partners from Keystone & Merakey will deliver 275 - 30 lb. boxes of food, eggs, milk, potatoes & a turkey or ham which will feed over 1,000 people in total. CMU supports individuals with mental health, Intellectual and development disabilities and early intervention needs. It’s the best day of the year!
Anyone still there?