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2 Marine Way, Ste 225
Juneau, AK 99801



Juneau, AK / Permanent / Full-time / $14.50 to $18.60 P/Hr. DOE

Large behavioral health non-profit seeking a case manager. This position will be responsible for maintaining the assigned program’s orderly flow of treatment and treatment documentation for adolescents seeking rehabilitation services.

Representative Tasks/Responsibilities:

  • Develops and monitors personalized treatment plans for each client to address their individual needs by successfully linking clinical and functional assessment goals and interventions; coordinates with other service providers where necessary to facilitate the individualized treatment planning process.
  • Documents daily treatment notes in a timely manner which meet agency policies and state and federal regulations.
  • Schedules daily clinical activities for assigned caseload.
  • Maintains a schedule of required treatment documents and their due dates with pertinent treatment and program information.
  • Schedules, documents and attends all treatment team meetings for assigned caseload.
  • Utilizes a coordinated, multidisciplinary team approach to engaging clients and families in treatment team meetings.
  • Communicates effectively with children and families from diverse cultures, backgrounds and ages; understands and includes Alaska Native cultural life to enhance the treatment of Alaska Native children and families.
  • Teaches behavioral management and social skills with individual clients and groups during activities by utilizing behavior problems effectively as an opportunity for therapeutic teaching.
  • Utilizes common treatment modalities and effectively engages the clients within this treatment system.
  • Ensures that the privacy and confidentiality of client health information of the assigned clients is maintained; reports all breaches of privacy and confidentiality of client data to the Program Coordinator.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Desired Qualifications and Skills:

The ideal candidate will possess a working knowledge of treatment modalities and best practices as well as knowledge of the indicators of child abuse and of the mandatory reporting laws. Must know the principles of child development, behavior management and crises intervention. Knowledge of cultural issues in the treatment process and the ability to use cultural differences as an enhancement to treatment. He/She will be sensitive to client and family issues and will follow written protocol from medical and clinical personnel. The candidate should be able to respond appropriately to crisis and to emergency situations. The ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing using appropriate grammar and spelling as well as being able to efficiently and effectively organize and prioritize work is expected.


  • High School diploma or the equivalent.
  • Prefer two years experience in working with severely emotionally disturbed youth or experience in another human service field where carrying a caseload was a substantial part of the job duties.
  • Must have current Alaska drivers license and auto insurance per agency standards.
  • This position requires clearance of state and federal background checks.
  • Adult/Child/Infant CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Managing Aggressive Behavior training.
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office software.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in this position submit your resume to [email protected] or fill out our online job application.

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