Case Manager Job – Sioux Falls, SD 52947

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Why You'll Love This Job

The primary function of the Case Manager is to write and prepare all initial care plans, updated service plans, progress reports (as needed) and discharge summaries in a timely manner in accordance with State of South Dakota Regulations. Maintain safety, accountability (correct count of each student) and security of campus. Coordinate with entire team regarding admission, discharge and transportation of youth. Act as a resource person from team to outside systems including referring workers, families, schools and other stakeholders. Coordinate all activities with court and referring agencies regarding admissions and discharges. Maintain an ongoing awareness of students’ behavior and progress in the program.
Participate as an active team member.


  • Communicate with students Primary prior to scheduling appointments/visits, etc.
  • Student Files:
  • Filing of all forms must be put into the student files immediately upon receipt.
  • Ensure all sections are completed in student files within 30 days of a student’s admission / if information is not obtainable must report this to the Group Living Director prior to the 30 days.
  • Maintenance of student files must all South Dakota licensing requirements (Sections I, II, III, IV) located in each file.
  • Student pictures are uploaded to PANDA upon admission.
  • Consents are signed prior to admission or at admission
  • Collaboration with Group Living in facilitating and attending staffing’s with Juvenile Court Agents and families.
  • Maintain a calendar and prepare and mail notices of all staffing and court dates for students.
  • Ensure that all guidelines, with regard to written reports and correspondence are followed as required by the court, referring agency, licensing and Policy and Procedures.
  • Attend Education staffing.
  • Represent agency and students in court.
  • Research academic, vocational and community activities for students approaching discharge.
  • Serve as a liaison between community school and partnered school district to promote a seamless academic transition.
  • Connect families with continuum of service agencies in their home community.
  • Closing student file upon discharge.
  • Arrange students’ transportation to home passes and appointments as necessary.
  • Have a clear and practical understanding of all federal, state and local laws as it pertains to daily living.
  • Have a clear and practical understanding of all Joint Commission standards.
  • Meet all deadlines as required.
  • All other duties as assigned.


  • Education & Experience:
    • Bachelor’s Degree in the human service field required, demonstrated ability in professional writing or at least 4 years of relevant childcare experiences.
    • It is an essential function of the position that the staff member must be capable and proficient in the area of Safe Crisis Management when, and/if necessary
  • Other Skills: Must maintain flexibility in a fast-paced changing environment.
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