Case Manager (Clark County Social Service Clients)

Clark County Social Service and Las Vegas Rescue Mission have Case Management defined as a collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluates the options and services required to meet the client’s health and human service needs that may include:

  • Outreach and client identification: to attempt to enroll clients not using traditional or mainstream services; will receive clients through coordinated entry.
  • Assessing: to determine a person’s current and potential strength, weaknesses, and needs.
  • Planning: to develop a specific, comprehensive, and individualized plan
  • Linkage: to transfer clients to necessary services and treatments provided in the community
  • Advocating: to intercede on behalf of a specific client, or a class of clients, to ensure equity and appropriate services.
  • Crisis Intervention: assisting clients in crisis to stabilize through direct interventions and mobilizing needed supports and services.
  • Resource Development: attempting to create additional services or resources to address the needs of clients.
  • Discharge planning: implementing many of the above functions to help clients plan to transition from one type of setting or service program to another.

The Case Manager will provide the above services to those identified by Clark County Social Service and residing with Las Vegas Rescue Mission. In doing so the Case Manager must comply with all standards and directions specified by the designated Shelter Supervisor, Clinical Director, COO, CEO, Board of Directors, Mission policy, and scope of work provided by Clark County Social Service.


  • Minimum High School Diploma
  • Previous Case Management experience preferred
  • Previous experience working with vulnerable populations preferred
  • Previous experience working with families preferred

Skills, Abilities, and Special Talents

  • HMIS Data Entry
  • Experience using Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Crisis Intervention/ de escalation
  • Group Facilitation
  • Motivational Interviewing/ Person Centered Practices
  • Demonstrates behaviors aligned with LVRM employment policies and standards.
  • Willing to be accountable and receive correction.
  • Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
  • Healthy personal boundaries
  • Respectful of cultural diversity
  • Good time management.
  • Understand HUD and County Policies and Procedures.
  • Networking skills

This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week, offering a competitive benefit package and paid vacation. Salary is commensurate with skills and experience.

Please send resume to Ashley Bunn at

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