Summary: The Clinical Nurse Case Manager provides case management, care coordination and discharge/disposition planning for inpatient and outpatient care settings. Assists service members and/or veterans, family members and caregivers with receiving the most appropriate options and services to meet their complex health care needs. This includes, but is not limited to, acute, chronic, multiple, complex, catastrophic, or life-threatening illnesses; combat stress, residuals of traumatic brain injury; community adjustment; addictions and other health problems. Coordinates care with multiple providers across all levels and sites of care. Addresses psychosocial, as well as nursing and medical needs of patients and their families/caregivers, through participation in multidisciplinary patient care management practice. Evaluates care and outcomes to ensure timely and appropriate provision of services.
Minimum Qualifications: (To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.)
· Shall be a graduate from an associate (ADN) or baccalaureate degree (BSN) program in nursing accredited by a national nursing accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education.
· A minimum of 3 years for ADN or 2 years for BSN full?time experience in clinical case management working with adults, children, families, seniors and groups.
· Maintain an active, valid, current, and unrestricted license (with no limitations, stipulations or pending adverse actions) to practice nursing as a registered nurse in any US state/jurisdiction.
· Certified Case Manager by Commission for Case Management (CCM) or American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) -OR- certification eligible with 3 years of experience for ADN or 2 years’ experience for BSN in full time clinical case management with children, families, seniors, or groups.
As the most successful Alaska Native Village Corporation, Chenega Corporation figures prominently in the diverse government services contracting marketplace, and in the forefront among other Alaska Native Corporations’ service to their Shareholders and their community. The Chenega Corporation began to participate in the government services marketplace in 1997. Today it performs on more than 250 f...ederal contracts through a combination of negotiated best-value and full and open competition vehicles. Chenega Corporation’s diverse corporate capabilities and numerous contract vehicles, accommodate a myriad of customer requirements and partnership scenarios. Well known in the industry as a socially and ethically responsible enterprise, Chenega's corporate culture is steeped in the values and ethics that flow from its Alaska Native leaders. Those values distinguish Chenega as “a corporation for a higher cause,” where a substantial portion of profits are dedicated to elevating the Chenega Community and its people to lives of self-sufficiency and a sustainable, productive future. The Corporation also leads the way among Alaska Native Corporations in providing consistent dividends and in supporting comprehensive cultural, social, religious and community, initiatives, programs and projects.Chenega’s business model adopts a corporate-wide strategy of hiring extraordinary people who consistently deliver exceptional contract performance to our customers. It offers customer-centric solutions through a comprehensive portfolio of industry focused business units managed by seasoned industry leaders.Chenega Corporation is distinguished as a valued team player in the federal government and commercial contracting markets because we do what we promised to do, with results consistently delivered at the agreed upon cost, at the specified time, within technical parameters, by employees who are diverse, innovative, creative and committed.