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Mike Corso
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With our economy the way it is you need to present both sides of the scale equally education is important and experience is also important. Take a look at your resume are you equally representing your work experience as well às your education.

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@Sleet Gnome, My wife is a social worker, I hear a few things about this sector.. There are many jobs open with your profile, although I think it implies a more elaborate search on your side than other types of jobs

You can do: Assistant and intake specialist for social workers and various support roles in educational, healthcare companies, Charity Foundations, Crisis Hotlines, Senior citizens, Felons help-oriented companies, and legal firms. For social work assistance, it may be harder to find than other jobs since typically, job boards with social work offers are for clinical or licensed social workers so I would first google companies that hire social workers and human service support in the mentioned niches.. Obviously, you also have Government Social Services with an easier,m more concentrated offer.

You can also get some help from the national social workers Association https://www.socialworkers.org/

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Healing the Wounded Inc. - Substance Abuse Counselor II for all of your Substance Use Disorder Needs. #healthcare #substanceabuse #healingthewoundedinc #counseling #advocacy #behavioralhealth

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Donde trabajaría

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what kind of engagement are you referring to? in conversations?

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Dena Rossi
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Here is something called the Case Manager's Creed that lists lots of attributes we use. I don't remember where I got this but is so true! To be a case manager, one must be courteous, diplomatic, caring, shrewd, persuasive, assertive, creative, supportive, understanding, responsible, slow to anger, adaptable, a Sherlock Holmes, a motivator, up-to-date, good looking, have a good memory, acute business judgment, emotional stability and the embodiment of virtue, but with a good working knowledge of sin and evil in all its forms.

A case manager must understand insurance, electricity, chemistry, physiology, mechanics, architecture, physics, bookkeeping, banking, merchandising, selling, shipping, contracting, claims adjusting law, medicine, real estate, horse trading and human nature. A case manager must be a coordinator, clinician, coach, therapist, educator, consumer advocate and administrator.

A case manager must be a mind reader, a hypnotist and an athlete, must be acquainted with machinery of all types and materials of all kinds and must know the current price of everything from a shoestring to a skyscraper, an aspirin to an amputation. They must know all, see all, and tell nothing and be everywhere at the same time.

They must satisfy the claims manager, the claims examiners, the home office claims department, the underwriting department, the supervisors, the solicitor, the insured, the claimant and the state industrial commission.

#casemanagement #caringforothers #advocacy

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You may have seen my interviews, op-eds, and advocacy for workers. You may also have seen how we have raised funds and hired new leadership. If you wonder how our values transcend - look no further than this great op-ed by our great CFO @Beth Clymer. We are so proud to have her partnership/leadership and so excited about how we keep attracting amazingly talented people that are dedicated to working to advocate for, and empower YOU!
#StrongerTogether #advocacy #stakeholders

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/08/24/opinion/business-leaders-need-follow-words-with-actions-support-americas-workers/

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