Case Manager

Organization NameJob CategoriesPosition TypeRegion and Location(s)Career LevelSalaryAd Online SinceApplication Deadline
  • Case Management
  • Healthcare: Mental Health, Psychiatry, Psychology, Clinical Therapy
Part Time
  • Ontario - Metro Toronto Area - Etobicoke
  • Ontario - Peel Region - Mississauga
  • Ontario - Halton Region - Oakville
Experienced (Non-manager)$26.45(Hourly)2019-03-122019-03-26
Job Posting 167


CASE MANAGER, Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) Program

At this time, we are seeking an applicant who must reside in a centrally located area within the regions comprised of: The City of Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Oakville, and Hamilton

Work from a Home-Based Office

Bargaining Unit Position

Permanent Part-Time

 0.8 FTE (4 days per week)

Hourly Rate: $26.45

We are seeking a dynamic and innovative individual who will work enthusiastically to deliver recovery oriented, client and family centered and comprehensive services that meet client needs, ensures client safety and works within a quality improvement framework to identify opportunities for enhancing quality and quantitative outcomes of the services.  Client and family centered care is guiding principle at Cota that helps improve decision making processes, health outcome and client experiences. The successful individual will embed this guiding principle into their work.  

About the Position

Cota is recruiting a Case Manager to work in the Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) Program. Cota’s TAY Program provides case management services to adults with developmental disabilities who were formerly in the care of a Toronto-based child welfare agency and who currently reside in a per diem residence. The Case Manager ensures that clients receive quality support while they are transitionally housed in a per diem residence and actively coordinates placements and transitional planning to move to new settings within the Adult Developmental Services Sector.

The successful candidate requires:

  • Sound clinical knowledge and understanding of the client population and demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals with a developmental disability
  • Two to three years of experience supporting people with developmental disabilities or other marginalised groups
  • Previous work experience and/or knowledge about how to provide the following services:  assessment, service coordination, transition planning, informal counselling and advocacy/rights protection
  • Knowledge of the principles of case management theory/practice using a client-centred philosophy
  • Excellent knowledge of community resources specific to people living with a developmental disability and demonstrated ability to negotiate with others on behalf of clients
  • Experience with and demonstrated ability to engage and connect with diverse clients and community partners
  • Demonstrated ability to use problem-solving techniques to identify and assess client needs and support client goals
  • Excellent administrative skills, organizational skills, communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Graduate of a recognized university or community college in a discipline of study in the human services field and/or a recognized program in health/social rehabilitation services
  • Valid driver’s license and access to reliable vehicle
  • Provide evidence of a clean driver abstract and confirmation of 3 years’ claims-free status from your individual personal automobile insurance company

Note: This position will require significant car travel across a primary catchment area that is expected to lie within the West region. Candidates will typically work from a home-based office when completing any administrative duties for this role (eg. clinical documentation, etc.)

To Apply:

If you are interested in this position please forward your cover letter and current résumé on or before March 26, 2019 by 4:00pm to Human Resources via e-mail to and reference Job # 167

If you have any requirements for accommodation due to disability, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment and selection process. We will work with you to best meet your needs as per resources available to us.

Cota is an equal opportunity employer. We would like to thank all those that apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. We request no emails, faxes, phone calls, or requests to meet please. Cota encourages a scent-free environment. Employees, students, volunteers, and visitors are asked to refrain from wearing fragrances and other scented personal care products (i.e. perfumes, deodorants, lotions, hairspray, etc.)