ILS is one of the UK’s leading case management companies, with nearly 25 years’ experience in the industry.
What is a case manager?
Case managers are committed to helping maximise their client’s independence. Within the medico legal field they work closely with their families, fund-holders, and care teams in order to support every aspect of the client’s physical, cognitive and emotional wellbeing.
With their client, and relatives, a Case Manager will identify and prioritise their goals. They will work together to achieve them. The aim is always to enable the clients to regain and maintain the best quality of life.
Work can include recruiting and managing carers and support workers, arranging accommodation adaptations, facilitating leisure activities, supporting clients through school, college or work placements, and liaising with funders to ensure adequate funding is available to meet the client’s needs.
Why become a case manager?
Case managers have one of the most rewarding jobs in the care field. By utilising your existing skills and experience, you can make a measurable difference to a client’s life.
Case management in the private sector gives unique opportunities. A case manager can be involved from the start of the client’s rehabilitation, building a good rapport and working relationship they can be part of this journey, long or short, and see their clients achieve their goals. At ILS Case Managers can expect to work with their clients to access cutting edge opportunities and services.
Case management is an opportunity to progress your career. You will be using your skills and experiences from your extensive clinical background, but will also be playing a lead role in managing the overall package of care for your client.
Why become an ILS case manager?
We are a family friendly company who promote a healthy work-life balance. We provide comprehensive induction and supported CPD; fully funded memberships to Case Management professional bodies plus support to and reward for achieving advanced membership. All of our Case Managers receive formal mentoring to provide the best possible service to our clients. Our employment package includes contributory pension, death in service insurance and very competitive annual leave allowance.
We are committed to supporting our case managers to enable them to provide the best possible care to our clients. When you join ILS you will receive a comprehensive induction to prepare you for case management and your first client case. We provide professional development opportunities with a bespoke training programme to ensure you remain up to date with developments in the industry. We actively support CPD with regional and webinar based training opportunities organised and hosted by our in-house L & D Manager who is an experienced Case Manager and Occupational Therapist.
ILS hold a company conference which is free for all staff.. It is an opportunity for us to come together over a two day period to share and learn, relax and have some fun.
You will have a dedicated professional mentor who will be experienced in case management and in working with ILS who will undertake regular mentorship sessions with you.
Our Head Office team provide administration, IT and technical support to Case Managers.
We have a team of highly qualified and experienced HR & payroll professionals to support the case management process. They have in depth experience of working with care teams, our clients and their families. This means that you are able to focus on your clinical experience and skills, whilst remaining confident that your client’s best interests in relation to recruiting and managing care teams will also be covered.
We are seeking Case Managers from across the UK to complement our team.
At ILS, we offer Case Manager careers on a flexible, full time and part-time basis. Based from home, you would manage your client caseload including travel and client visits within your geographical area and within the hours that suit you and the client’s needs.
We require health and social care professionals, and nurses, who have extensive experience of working with children and/or adults who have sustained catastrophic injuries; such as traumatic brain injury, poly-trauma, spinal cord injury, limb loss and cerebral palsy.
You will have experience of working directly with clients in the community and be able to demonstrate your professional abilities, within the field of complex, long-term health care assessment, care planning and outcomes for clients.
You will have current professional registration and an up to date CPD portfolio.
We follow the Professional Competency Framework as set out for brain injury case managers. The competencies further the development and understanding of the role of brain injury case management and provide key behaviours, attitudes and actions that are expected and valued for case managers.
We have opportunities on a variety of contracts to suit your current working needs from employed roles on a salaried or hourly basis or on a self-employed basis. For an informal chat about the role please contact Phil Perry or Sarah Ransome, Operations Managers on 01722 742442 or forward your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.