Case Management Administrator – ADULT SPOA

  •  Hiring Manager
  •  June 9, 2021

Case Management Administrator

REPORTS TO: Psychiatric Social Worker

DEPARTMENT: Suffolk County, Department of Health, Division of Mental Hygiene, ADULT SPOA Unit

HOURS: Monday-Friday, 9am to 5pm

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required


The position in the Adult SPOA is an administrative position with a clinical component. As a team member of the SPOA unit you would be processing applications for adults with mental illness seeking Assisted Outpatient Treatment and/or Case management and ACT services. This requires thorough review of the application and supporting documentation; investigation of documents; case presentations; general knowledge regarding Health Homes and resources in the mental health system; ensuring court-ordered Mental Health Services are in place and that the person under an AOT order is compliant with those services. This is a very intensive program, where the work can, at times, take on an emergent need. You will need to be organized and able to complete tasks timely and efficiently. It is necessary that you possess good communication and negations skills, and feel comfortable interfacing with agency directors, psychiatrists, hospital social workers, police, and at times attorneys and criminal justice workers. You are working as part of a team that monitors hundreds of patients and is responsible to connect people to services timely. The ability to function as part of a team is essential.


Processing applications for adults with mental illness seeking Care management or ACT services or being referred for Assisted Outpatient Treatment
Maintain department files and track cases
Working closely with SPOA psychiatrist and assistant county attorney to prepare AOT cases for court
Ability and willing to assist other personnel when needed
Coordinates work with appropriate internal and external personnel to ensure all are properly informed
Maintains and ensure compliance of regulations, policies, and procedures

Strong organization and follow-up skills
Ability to attend to detail and function independently when needed
Possess excellent communication skills, professional demeanor, team-orientation and ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
Knowledge regarding Health Homes and resources in the mental health system
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, Outlook
We Offer a wide range of rewarding employment opportunities along with a generous benefits package. We offer: Comprehensive Medical/Dental/Vision, Retirement and 401K Savings Plan. Generous Paid Time Off for full-time and eligible part-time employees. Flexible Work Schedules. Career Growth. Comprehensive Training. Flexible Spending Accounts. Long and Short Term Disability. Life Insurance. (EAP) Employee Assistance program. Discounts & Perks on Broadway shows, theme parks, hotels, car rentals and other attractions

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Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Hauppauge

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