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Magellan Health Services Shreveport , LA 71101

Posted 3 weeks ago

The Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ), Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities (OCDD) and Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Liaison acts as a centralized point of communication for the state agencies and Magellan. These liaison functions include working with court system, law enforcement, judges, public defenders, prosecutors and probation officers and the Coordinated System of Care (CSoC) Provide community outreach and education to the stakeholders.

Essential Functions: Ensures that the State Management Organization (SMO) successfully implements functions and responsibilities as outlined in Memorandum of Understanding. Maintains a barrier resolution process within and between Magellan and DCFS/OJJ/OCDD to translate system successes and barriers into positive systematic change.

The DCFS/OJJ/OCDD Liaison serves to maintain a seamless process by identifying key system components that facilitate interdepartmental and interagency functions with a focus on DCFS/OJJ/OCDD and CSoC directed outcomes for enrolled recipients. Acts as a resource to DCFS/OJJ/OCDD as an extension of Magellan Customer Service around issues of eligibility for benefits and service; access and coordination care with stakeholders with shared responsibility; and coordination of care with primary care services. General Job Information TitleState Agency Liaison Grade23 Job FamilyOperations Group CountryUnited States of America FLSA StatusUnited States of America (Exempt) Recruiting Start Date10/24/2018 Date Requisition Created10/23/2018 Minimum Qualifications EducationBachelors: Psychology (Required) License and Certifications

  • Required License and Certifications

  • Preferred Other Job Requirements Responsibilities Previous work experience with state agencies. Understanding of behavioral health systems in Louisiana.

    Minimum 4 years experience in behavioral health and 2 years experience in the delivery of Child/Adolescent services. Knowledge of Wraparound, System of Care models and principles. Experience working with children and families facing delinquency and/or dependency issues.

    Magellan Health Services is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Tobacco-free workplace. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

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State Agency Liaison

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Magellan Health Services