Interior Health has an opportunity for a permanent full time Case Coordinator Acquired Brain Injury (Neuro Rehabilitation) to join our team in Kamloops, B.C.
Who are we looking for?
We require a candidate who has strong case management skills, knowledge of comorbidity as it relates to mental health issues, a systems thinking approach to practice, and an interest in Acquired Brain Injury. Your case management, care planning, and teamwork skills will be an asset.
What Will You Work On?
This position, in consultation with the client, family, and interdisciplinary team members, provides:
1. Case coordination to initiate and develop a plan of care, client and family counsel on issues that have impact on their care, referrals to other community resources as appropriate, and evaluation of care plans.
2. Individualized assessments and treatments for clients with complex neurological, traumatic and rehabilitative conditions into a practical continuum of care.
3. Coordination and linkage between acute care and community services such as the Brain Injury Association, ICBC, private practitioners and rehabilitation programs, to facilitate effective discharge planning for clients with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and other complex neurological/rehabilitation conditions.
4. Support as required to the ABI steering committee and/or ABI leadership group.
How Will You Create Impact?
Joining our IH team will allow you to challenge yourself professionally while enjoying all the personal pursuits available to you within this fantastic community.
Mental health professionals are able to improve the outlook for people who may feel hopeless and lost as well as improve the navigation of services for families.
How Will We Help You Grow?
An abundance of opportunity! Grow your career with Interior Health and take advantage of the work life balance that living in the Interior of British Columbia provides!
We offer an exceptional employer-paid benefits package, recognition of previous experience in determining starting salary, and generous vacation entitlement after your first year of employment.
We offer a work environment conducive to growth and development of strong clinical skills. The opportunity to have a balanced lifestyle that allows you to maintain the quality of life you desire.
Education, Training and Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree in a Health or Behavioral Science related field from a recognized university with additional educational preparation in acquired brain injuries or equivalent combination of education training and experience in the area of brain injury.
• A minimum of three (3) years Clinical experience in community-based and institutionally based brain injury rehabilitation programs or equivalent experience working with specialized populations in the community.
• Experience working with differing populations such as families in crisis or after trauma.
• Community based experience working with adults with ABI.
• Current practicing membership in appropriate licensing body.
• Valid drivers license
**Please upload copies of Bachelor’s Degree, registration and DL.
This posting is covered by the Provincial Health Officer’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination orders and selected applicant(s) must comply.
Interior Health now offers assistance from an Aboriginal Employment Advisor. If you self-identify as Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) and if you would like assistance with internal career exploration, send your question via email to AboriginalEmployment@interiorhealth.ca to be redirected to the Employment Advisor. We invite applicants to self-identify as First nations, Métis, or Inuit within cover letters and/or resumes.