Are you a social worker or registered nurse or a soon-to-be graduate in one of these areas? Would you like to learn about Council on Aging (COA) and explore the career opportunities we offer in case management?
If so, we encourage you to join us at our headquarters in the Tri County area on Saturday, March 16 for an open house where you can learn about us, and see if we would be a good fit for you.
You’ll have the opportunity to meet program and case managers and ask questions about their jobs and experiences working at COA. We will also conduct on-the-spot interviews.
We are offering a $500 sign-on bonus for the open case management positions noted in the links below. Click on the links for specific details about these positions.
We look forward to meeting you on the 16th!
Date: Saturday, March 16, 2019
Time: 10 am-1 pm (come any time!)
Location: Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio, 175 Tri County Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Case Management Open Positions
More About Working for COA
About COA’s Programs
Ohio Home Care Waiver
This in-home, long-term care Medicaid waiver program is for people under the age of 60 with significant disabilities and/or mental health needs, including infants and children. COA provides care management services as a subcontractor for CareSource. We cover a multi-county region, which includes the Cincinnati and Dayton areas.
MyCare Ohio-Aetna and MyCare Ohio-Molina
MyCare Ohio is a managed care program for Ohioans who receive both Medicare and Medicaid benefits. Through the program, members have all their health and long-term care (including waiver services) coordinated through a state-approved health plan. Aetna Better Health of Ohio and Molina Healthcare of Ohio serve our region. COA provides care coordination for MyCare Ohio members via contracts with these two plans.
PASSPORT is an Ohio Medicaid program that helps eligible older adults receive care and support in their homes, instead of a nursing home. It is Ohio’s in-home alternative to nursing home care. Without it, many disabled, low-income older adults would be forced prematurely into nursing homes. Council on Aging handles assessment, care planning and coordination functions for the program in southwestern Ohio.
Elderly Services Program
The Elderly Services Program (ESP) helps older adults remain safe and independent in their homes by providing in-home care services such as personal care, housekeeping, meals, transportation and more. ESP expands care already provided by family and friends and prevents unnecessary nursing home placement. COA administers the Elderly Services Program in Butler, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties. These programs are funded by county tax levies.