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Eliot Community Human Services Hiring for CBHC Case Manager

2 Locations: Lynn, MA and Danvers, MA

Job Description:
We’re looking for empathetic individuals dedicated to providing quality support and care to others. With your creative problem-solving skills and Eliot’s cutting edge Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC) programs, we can overcome traditional barriers in the behavioral health system. Imagine having access to trauma-informed behavioral health services in real time? Or providing coordinated care continuum? Join Eliot and get to work alongside our talented and dedicated staff specializing in housing navigation, recovery coaching, case management,peer supports and other specialized stabilization services.

The CBHC Case Manager is an integral part of the team, responsible for assisting in development of treatment plans, completion of required assessments and ensuring that all service notes related to persons served and collaterals are accurate and up to date. You will also assist the team in providing an on-going assessment of symptoms and responses to staff interventions while guaranteeing treatment goals are culturally competent, strength based, realistic, attainable and promote recovery.


-Provide side by side interventions to individuals that focus on problem solving, skills training, modeling behavior, optimism and encouragement.
-Provide interventions in the office, virtually, in the community and in client’s residences based on client preference, client need, and at the clinical direction of the Team.
-Complete service notes related to all contacts with individuals and collaterals on the day of contact. Participate in daily Team Huddles and Team Meetings including completing documentation of all client encounters prior to the Team Huddle meeting and providing oral reports on each client.
-Complete NOMS assessments as assigned, aspects of clinical assessments, and other documentation and required to meet CBHC/Eliot standards.
-Assist the team and individuals in providing on-going assessment of symptoms and responses to staff interventions.
-Participate in the development of treatment plans for each individual in which you are a member of their treatment team. Ensure that treatment goals are culturally competent, strength based, realistic, attainable and promote recovery.
-Ensure that each individual is actively involved in their treatment planning process and their preferences are embraced.
-Ensure that documentation is written is measurable, observable, objective and utilizes clinical terms.
-Provide interventions to individuals as stated by their current treatment plan or in response to the daily needs of individuals per supervisory direction and/or through the Team Huddle process.

Why Eliot?
At Eliot we are dedicated to restoring dignity and hope to the lives of the people we serve by ensuring access to evidence-based treatments, trauma-informed services and relevant resources. The fiber of our culture includes transparency, creativity, clinical sophistication, responsiveness, and compassion

Eliot mandates COVID-19 vaccinations for employees, please discuss the requirements with the hiring manager during the interview process.

We will serve children and adults in the North Shore, MA region when the program opens on January 1, 2023. We are hiring now and are seeking team members that are excited about developing systematic and impactful change in the delivery of urgent and outpatient treatment.


Must have bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in psychology, social work or related field.
Must have a strong commitment to recovery oriented services.
Must have skills to establish supportive relationships with persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses, kids, families and respect for their preferences for treatment.
Must have ability to communicate clearly and effectively with individuals in rehabilitation and treatment.

Bachelor level: $48,000 Master level: $52,000 Bilingual candidates eligible to receive a 6% differential if fluent.

Contact Name: Nicole Marks
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone Number: (781) 879-3243

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Contact Nicole Marks for an info session! [email protected]