The Manager of Service Coordination has the authority, accountability, and responsibility for the supervision of the daily operations of the Service Coordination Program. Through effective leadership, motivation, and coaching, the manager assures attainment of department key service and performance indicators.
Graduate of an accredited nursing program.
Bachelor degree in nursing required.
Master's degree in nursing, health care administration or business preferred.
A minimum of 7 years clinical experience, five years case management/service coordination experience, and three years of supervisory experience to include hiring, training, and managing the performance of staff; OR, Graduate of an accredited social work program.
Licensed Master Social Worker or Licensed Clinical Social Worker required.
A minimum of 7 years experience working with vulnerable populations, five years case management/service coordination experience, and three years of supervisory experience to include hiring, training, and managing the performance of staff.
Current unrestricted license to practice nursing or social work in the State of Texas.
Certification in case management (CCM) preferred.
Internal Number: 43269
About Cook Childrens Health Care System-Fort Worth, TX
Nearly a century ago, the first children's hospital in Fort Worth opened with 30 beds and a Promise to provide every child in the area access to medical care. From these humble beginnings Cook Children's has grown to become one of the largest and most recognized freestanding children's health care systems in the southwest with over 1 million patient encounters each year through our more than 60 pediatric medical offices and specialty clinics. And as we continue to grow, one thing remains the same: the Promise we made long ago, and intend to keep for generations to come.