Erie County Care Management Career Opportunities

Do you find fulfillment in helping others? Join Erie County Care Management (ECCM) in our mission to help individuals with disabilities be more and achieve more through any of our rewarding career opportunities. 

 

ECCM is always interested in meeting energetic, qualified applicants who are committed to serving our target populations, which include those living with intellectual disabilities, autism, or who are otherwise at risk due to mental health. All positions at ECCM require a high degree of professionalism and a minimum of a bachelor’s degree.

 

Services are documented in a computer database and the successful candidates must be prepared to spend a minimum of 40% of their workday performing online documentation. All positions have productivity requirements that vary divisionally.

 

ECCM is an Equal Opportunity Employer, providing a competitive compensation package and excellent working conditions. If you would like to be considered for an interview, please send a resume and letter of interest to chollern@eccaremgt.org –OR- Chris Hollern Human Resources Director, Erie County Care Management, Inc., 1601 Sassafras Street, Erie, PA 16502.

 

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Available Care Management Positions

Health Choices Division

January 23rd, 2017

Erie County Care Management, Inc. (ECCM), a progressive and growing non-profit agency with competitive salaries and excellent benefits, is seeking talented and ambitious professionals for the Health Choices Division.

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Mental Health Administrative Case Management

January 23rd, 2017

Case Managers in this service provide intake, assessment, referral, authorization, and monitoring of children, adults and senior citizens with mental health concerns.

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Intellectual Disabilities\Autism Supports Coordination

January 23rd, 2017

An ID\A Supports Coordinator works with a caseload of approximately 45 individuals with intellectual disabilities or autism.

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Early Intervention Service Coordination

January 19th, 2017

An EI Service Coordinator’s primary responsibilities are to locate, coordinate and monitor services for a caseload of infants and toddlers from birth to age 3 who display developmental delays.

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