Bilingual Nonprofit Case Manager

Lakeshore Talent

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Join us in making a difference! We’re seeking bilingual individuals for a rewarding opportunity as a Case Manager. This isn’t just a job; it’s a gateway to meaningful change. Picture yourself having the flexibility to work remotely, with occasional in-person engagements in Denver’s vibrant Metro area. With a competitive starting salary of $22.31/hr and potential performance-based pay increases up to $24.76/hr after six months, the rewards are substantial.

As a Case Manager, you’ll be at the forefront of transforming lives and providing essential support to those in need. From conducting personalized assessments to linking clients with vital services and resources, every step you take will directly impact positive change in the Denver community.

And the benefits? They’re unbeatable. Enjoy comprehensive perks, including fully paid medical coverage, ensuring your well-being as you navigate this fulfilling career path.


  • Conduct thorough assessments of clients’ needs, strengths, and goals, using a person-centered approach.

  • Develop and execute individualized care plans in collaboration with clients, their families, and interdisciplinary teams.

  • Facilitate access to essential services and resources, such as healthcare, education, housing, and employment assistance.

  • Advocate for clients’ rights and access to community resources, ensuring their voices are heard and respected.

  • Monitor client progress and adjust care plans as necessary to promote optimal outcomes and independence.

  • Provide crisis intervention and support during acute need periods, collaborating with emergency services and other relevant stakeholders.

  • Maintain precise and confidential documentation of client interactions, progress, and service referrals.

  • Collaborate with community organizations, government agencies, and other stakeholders to improve service delivery and address systemic barriers.

  • Stay updated on relevant laws, regulations, and best practices in the fields of disability services and homelessness prevention.


  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or a related field, or a minimum of 5 years of work experience, or a combination of education and experience.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with diverse populations.

  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills, with meticulous attention to detail.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and electronic health record systems.

  • Valid driver’s license and dependable transportation.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be the catalyst for change in the world. Apply now and embark on a journey filled with purpose, flexibility, and endless opportunities for personal and professional growth. Let’s make a difference together!

To be considered, you must reside in Colorado, as you will be conducting 18-20 customer/client visits per month.

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