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- PRIMARY PURPOSE : To develop and provide vocational services as specified by the referral source for individuals with occupational and non-occupational injuries and disabilities. To provide vocational services through multiple platforms such as in person, virtually, telephonically or a combination thereof.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and RESPONSIBILITIES
Reviews employee/IW current capacities and work history
Secures NFP location within employee capacities and geographic area
Completes safety screen for NFP location
Completes TWP documentation
Job offer letter
NFP Job Analysis
Time tracking mechanism
Letter to medical provider
Communicates with employer specific to NFP placement
Coordinates and attends (virtually) initial meeting at NFP
Trains NFP supervisor on employee capacities and expectations
Calls into NFP meeting to review placement documentation
Oversees modified duty work at NFP site
Documents all activity in case management claims system
Collaborates with other members of the RTW Team to move to full duty RTW
Education & Licensing
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferred. Masters preferred with RN compact licensure with CCM, or Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), or Certified Disability Management Specialist (CDMS), or Certified Case Manager (CCM).
Four (4) years’ experience in job placement and development involving participants with occupational and/or non-occupational injuries or disabilities to include a minimum of 1 year of experience with vocational evaluations or counseling or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Skills & Knowledge
Excellent oral and written communication skills
PC literate, including Microsoft Office products
Analytical and interpretive skills
Problem solving and organizational skills
Proven ability to work independently and off-site
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to navigate electronic files and paperless systems
Ability to utilize proprietary software effectively for virtual service delivery
Ability to create and complete comprehensive, accurate and constructive written reports
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to meet or exceed Performance Competencies
When applicable and appropriate, consideration will be given to reasonable accommodations.
Mental : Clear and conceptual thinking ability; excellent judgment, troubleshooting, problem solving, analysis, and discretion; ability to handle work-related stress; ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously; and ability to meet deadlines
Physical : Computer keyboarding, travel as required
Auditory/Visual : Hearing, vision and talking
NOTE : Credit security clearance, confirmed via a background credit check, is required for this position.
The statements contained in this document are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a colleague assigned to this description. They are not intended to constitute a comprehensive list of functions, duties, or local variances. Management retains the discretion to add or to change the duties of the position at any time.
As required by law, Sedgwick provides a reasonable range of compensation for roles that may be hired in jurisdictions requiring pay transparency in job postings. Actual compensation is influenced by a wide range of factors including but not limited to skill set, level of experience, and cost of specific location. For the jurisdiction noted in
this job posting only, the range of starting pay for this role is $55,000 - $65,000 . A comprehensive benefits package is offered including but not limited to, medical, dental, vision, 401k and matching, PTO, disability and life insurance, employee assistance, flexible spending or health savings account, and other additional voluntary benefits.
Sedgwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.
If you're excited about this role but your experience doesn't align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, consider applying for it anyway! Sedgwick is building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace and recognizes that each person possesses a unique combination of skills, knowledge, and experience. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.
Taking care of people is at the heart of everything we do. Caring counts
Sedgwick is a leading global provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions. Every day, in every time zone, the most well-known and respected organizations place their trust in us to help their employees regain health and productivity, guide their consumers through the claims process, protect their brand and minimize business interruptions. Our more than 30,000 colleagues across 80 countries embrace our shared purpose and values as they demonstrate what it means to work for an organization committed to doing the right thing – one where caring counts. Watch this video to learn more about us. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywxedjBGSfA)