Assessor - Health & Human Services Professional

Liberty Healthcare Corporation Asheville , NC 28804

Posted 3 months ago

Health and human services professionals are encouraged to consider an outstanding career opportunity with Liberty Healthcare Corporation of North Carolina.

Liberty Healthcare conducts assessments and needs-based eligibility determinations for North Carolinians who are applying for Medicaid-funded services. These assessments help individuals receive appropriate levels of home and community-based services.

Due to anticipated organizational growth and an expansion of services, Liberty is now hiring for a newly-created full-time "Assessor" position.

Your typical day as an Assessor with will involve:

  • Driving throughout the region and meeting with clients in their homes

  • Administering a standardized assessment to each client

  • Assessing each client's overall health status and other pertinent health factors

  • Using a laptop to complete a comprehensive report which will be used to determine the client's eligibility for various Medicaid-funded services

  • Providing consultation to clients and helping them make informed choices about care and services

  • Collaborating with various stakeholders to help individuals live as independently as possible in their home / community

As a valued full-time employee of Liberty Healthcare, you can expect:

  • High level of independence and autonomy

  • Monday through Friday work schedule

  • Reimbursement for work-related mileage

  • Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package

Click here for a detailed overview of Liberty's benefits package

You're a good fit for this position if you possess these attributes:

  • Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology or similar health and human services field

  • At least two years of experience providing case management or direct care services to people in a long-term care setting, nursing home, medical or mental health facility, general health care setting, individual or group home, or other community health setting

  • Person-centered thinking, planning and interviewing skills

  • Ability to effectively serve people of all ages who have a wide array of abilities and disabilities

  • Ability to use a laptop effectively

  • Willing to use your vehicle to travel throughout the region each day

Familiarity with some of the following areas is a plus: CMS / NC Medicaid, Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) waivers, Personal Care Services (PCS), Community Alternatives Program for Disabled Adults (CAP DA), and Community Alternatives Program for Children (CAP C).

Liberty Healthcare provides a wide array of health and human services to people throughout the United States. We help ensure people receive vital services, are safe, well-cared for and live as independently as possible. Liberty is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Veterans and people who have disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

Click here to learn more about Liberty Healthcare's services in North Carolina

If you want to help people receive vital services and you enjoy working independently Liberty Healthcare is looking for you!

Click the "Apply" button and submit your resume for immediate consideration.

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