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Have you ever considered changing careers and working as a case manager?Case Management

We have worked with case managers since Snap first began in 2001 – and they do a marvellous job supporting the clients we work with.

The role of a case manager requires commitment, professionalism, excellent communication / people skills and most definitely the ability to multitask!


Qualifications & Experience 
Most case manager roles require the following: 6 years post graduating experience plus a degree in a relevant discipline such as OT, Physio, SALT, Social Work, Clinical Psychology or Nursing.  


Wages / Salaries vary according to experience, qualifications, location and job type / level; however, case manager roles are professional positions and attract competitive rates of pay with excellent career progression opportunities. Case managers are either self-employed or employed.


Job Types
Case manager jobs can be full or part-time. Many offer flexible work patterns and working from home.


Training Opportunities
Excellent training in a range of disciplines is provided for case manager roles. 


How Do I Find A Case Management Job?

We are currently working with a well-known case management company to recruit case managers, so if this sounds like an interesting career opportunity to you, please send me your CV and a covering letter. We are looking to recruit a number of case managers across the UK, in both full and part-time posts.
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We are always keen to hear from candidates interested in case manager roles for now or the future, so register your interest and we can send you details of new opportunities as they come in.
Don’t have the relevant experience or qualifications just yet?
Send your CV to us and we can see if you may be suited to an assistant case manager role or advise how you might progress to the role.

If this role appeals, contact me now!

What does a case manager do?

This helpful overview was taken from the BABICM website
The case manager assesses the needs of clients and their families and identifies relevant and cost effective resources which can be made available to them in order to obtain maximum benefit for the client, the family and the budget holder. A plan is prepared and implemented to create a support package, individually tailored for each client.

The key activities in which a case manager would become involved are set out below in brief. Co-ordination and communication remain essential and integral to all aspects of case management.

1. Assessment

The gathering of relevant information from a range of sources including the individual and their family and different practitioner disciplines. They develop an appreciation of the individual's illness or injury and how this may impact on their level of independence, personal safety, family and social life, finances and vocational opportunities.

2. Planning

The development of a plan, in association with all concerned parties, which addresses guidance, support and advocacy issues for the individual and the family, and establishes rehabilitation goals, in order to develop management systems, recruit and train the necessary support staff and carers and seek out the most appropriate and cost effective resources for the client.

3. Implementation

The support to ensure that the wishes of the client and the family are always heard and understood, to demystify medical jargon and to facilitate open and honest communication between all those involved. In addition, to act as a point of reference for the client, the family and others, a sounding board of knowledge and expertise, and to facilitate the client's and the family's decision-making and acceptance of changed circumstances.

The systems to co-ordinate health, rehabilitation, social service and voluntary agencies to ensure an individually tailored programme of rehabilitation is provided for each client, to establish the necessary level of care at home or in a residential setting, and to liaise with external agencies to help obtain the funding necessary to meet these needs.

The task of implementing, reviewing, monitoring and changing the programme, as required, to ensure that the client's and the family's needs are sustained, rests with the case manager, who has a duty of care to the client and a responsibility to ensure that the appropriate services are accessed and that continuity and consistency of support are developed and maintained.

The case manager is obliged to prepare and maintain written records and produce reports, to monitor the client's progress and care, at regular intervals as determined by the client or their representatives. 
(Source: BABICM website:
BABICM: What is Case Management?

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