Options for Long Term Care (OLTC) provides access to publicly funded programs, providing support to people with disabling functional conditions and limited finances. These programs are designed to help people continue to live in their own homes or in other community settings, as an alternative to nursing home care.
OLTC provides assessment and ongoing case management to older and disabled low income individuals who are in need of long term care services in their own homes or alternative care facilities. OLTC also provides assessments for people in need of placement in a skilled facility. OLTC currently provides ongoing services to approximately 1300 Larimer County residents outside of nursing facilities, with the goal of providing long term care in the settings requested by individuals and their families and utilizing Medicaid in the most cost effective manner.
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Specifically this position:
Works effectively on a team.
Maintains confidentiality as related to HIPAA
Addresses stress and conflict in appropriate ways.
Strong written and verbal communication skills with customers and team members.
Meets State and County established performance goals.
Works efficiently, uses problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Maintains positive and healthy interactions.
Can be a good steward of public resources.
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CM 1 Qualifications:
CM II Qualifications:
All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.
Remote Work Statement: This position is required to work remotely for a portion of work hours. To work remotely, qualified candidates will need to have an adequate home or other remote workspace as well as reliable phone access and stable internet (determined by an internet speed test).