Case Worker / Investigator - Adult Protective Services

Liberty Healthcare Corporation Washington , PA 15301

Posted 2 months ago

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

A full-time "Investigator / Case Worker" position is currently available with Liberty Healthcare and the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Adult Protective Services Program.

Your typical workday in this role will involve traveling to residences, nursing homes and long-term care facilities throughout the region - and conducting investigations of allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or exploitation of adults who have disabilities. You will document your findings, develop care plans, and manage approximately 20 active cases.

This position comes with a high degree of autonomy and a flexible work schedule which includes occasional evening hours. Since this position requires regional travel, you must have your own vehicle. Work-related mileage and toll expenses are reimbursed.

You can expect a competitive salary, commensurate with your educational background and relevant professional experience.

You are a good fit for this position if you have a Bachelor's degree and experience in one of these areas:

  • Field-based health or human services

  • Service Coordinator or Supports Coordinator

  • Law enforcement

  • Case management or protective services

  • Intellectual and developmental disabilities or behavioral health professional

Knowledge of Social Assistance Management Systems (SAMS) and Home and Community Service Information Systems (HCSIS) is helpful - and Spanish speaking skills are a plus.

Liberty Healthcare Corporation provides a wide array of health and human services to people throughout the United States. We are an equal opportunity employer and diverse organization which actively seeks veterans, people who have disabilities, and individuals of all backgrounds to join our growing organization. Click here to learn more about us.

Click here to learn more about Pennsylvania's adult protective services program and ACT 70

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


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Case Worker / Investigator - Adult Protective Services

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