The Family Case Management Nurse is responsible for providing comprehensive Family Case Management services to eligible pregnant and/or infant clients and Guardians. Works with Family Case Management team to ensure that all aspects of the program operate efficiently and effectively, and that all activities are in compliance with Maternal and Child Health and agency policy.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Completes FCM assessments, goals and service plans as designated by Maternal and Child Health codes.
Provides services to all medically at-risk FCM clients.
Assesses APORS clients and refers to Chicago Department of Public health as required by MCH codes.
Establishes and maintains legible Cornerstone records to monitor the quality of care and to conduct FCM.
Coordinates the home visit component of the FCM program.
Completes proper scheduling for home visit and clinic follow-up contacts as designated
by MCH codes.
Coordinates home visit and clinic follow up scheduling with FCM Assistant.
Conducts home visits for all medical at-risk FCM clients and others as directed.
Completes home visit assessment as designated by MCH code.
Provides referrals to clients for all needed services.
Builds and maintains assigned caseload.
Completes daily/monthly reports as required
Assists with the creation and assessment of quality assurance tools for FCM.
Responsible for ensuring quarterly MCH performance objectives are met per MCH grants.
Monitors performance and develops plans to meet unmet objectives.
Works with FCM team to develop performance improvement steps as needed to address any MCH/DHS clinical audit findings; implements established improvement steps and works to meet improvement goals.
Presents continuing education in-services at staff meetings annually as directed.
Conducts time and activity log as designated by MCH codes.
Collects data for purposes of monitoring and evaluation as designated by MCH codes
Establishes relationships with community health providers as directed. Conducts outreach as necessary.
Attends training seminars as directed. Complete intensive breastfeeding education training during first year of employment.
As directed WIC Field Coordinator, attends DHS/MCH and FCM meetings as representative of agency.
CEDA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Must have access to reliable transportation to conduct home visits, attend trainings, meetings. If using a personal vehicle, must have a valid driver’s license and auto insurance that meets State requirements.
Required Education and Experience
Associate degree in nursing. Advance degree desirable.
One year experience in public health nursing or case management desirable.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office software.
Bi-lingual in Spanish required.
Postion: 24 hour per week
Deadline: March 16, 2018
One of the largest private, non-profit Community Action Agencies in the country, CEDA serves more than 500,000 Cook County residents annually. Thirty programs and services are offered in the areas of children and family services, community and economic development, education, emergency assistance, employment and training, energy conservation and services, health and nutrition, housing and senior services. It is CEDA's mission to empower individuals, families and communities in attaining self-sufficiency. CEDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer