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Community Case Manager 


Would you like to work alongside a team providing resources in order to help make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities or mental illness? If so then consider becoming a Community Case Manager at OHI!

The CCM shall be responsible to support adults with disabilities of all ages and others who need assistance to lead self-directed lives and contribute to their communities; and supports behaviors that enhance inclusion in their communities.

The CCM is responsible to assure that quality supports and services are provided to people and that the philosophy of OHI is adhered to at all times. The CCM is responsible to assure that there is consistency in the supports provided to each person with disabilities; that the communication among team members is effective; that duplication of efforts is eliminated; bureaucracy is reduced; that the small agency feeling is maintained; that a holistic approach is provided to people supported; and best practices are used.

The CCM is responsible for teaching daily living, communication and work skills, providing safe transportation, assisting with or coordinating medical and other support service appointments, maintaining accurate and detailed documentation and records, and implementing the philosophy, policies and procedures of OHI.

Position Requirements

The Community Case Manager (CCM) shall have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year institution specializing in psychology, mental health and human services, behavioral sciences, social work, behavioral health, special education, counseling, rehabilitation, nursing, or a closely related field, and one year experience supporting people with intellectual disabilities.

The CCM shall have demonstrated ability to support people with disabilities; ability to work a flexible schedule; crisis prevention, intervention and teaching skills; and a valid Maine driver’s license and own vehicle.

Benefits of working at OHI:

The CCM position is a full-time position that has a FLEXIBLE schedule.

CCM positions include health, dental, and life insurance benefit opportunities; paid training and certification; personal paid leave; and holiday benefits. Enjoy non-traditional working hours and a job that matters! OHI has advancement opportunities!

Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time and/or Part-Time  
Schedule Flex: Days  
Position Community Case Manager  
Exempt/Non-Exempt Non-Exempt  
About the Organization OHI is a Maine-based, public nonprofit organization providing supports and services to people with intellectual disabilities, autism, and mental illness for over 43 years. With offices in the greater Bangor area, specifically in the towns of Bangor and Brewer, OHI currently supports about 400 people in six Maine counties. OHI provides 24-hour residential services and various community services for people to live productively in their communities.

OHI also provides permanent housing in Bangor and Brewer for adults with disabilities, and professional development training for people, including family members, caregivers and support workers. In November 2013, OHI opened the Brewer Area Food Pantry as both a means to meet a growing need and to give back to a community which the people it supports rely upon.
OHI strongly believes in providing person-specific intellectual disability and mental health services tailored to the specific needs and desires of the person supported.
Our fundamental philosophy - Everything is Possible - drives the manner and method in which we operate, and provide supports and services to people in the greater Bangor area and five other Maine counties. We believe everyone can be successful and happy with the right quality of supports and the right combination of services. We must value the unlimited possibilities of everyone's potential to learn, develop and grow. Our eight values associated with our philosophy capture the essence of our organization and employees.  

This position is currently accepting applications.

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