Title XIX Medicaid Case Manager

LOCATION: Republic

REPORTS TO: Supervisor, Administration Supervisor, Quality Assurance & Training



STATUS: Non-Exempt

HOURS: Full-Time (40 Hours Per Week)

SALARY RANGE: Hiring Range $21.65-$23.42 Per Hour.


Rural Resources Community Action is looking for a Title XIX Medicaid Case Manager. This position is full- time (40 hours per week) with benefits and located at our Republic, WA office. As a Title XIX Medicaid Case Manager, are responsible for the development, implementation, and monitoring of Long-Term Care Services to Medicaid recipients, 18 and older. The primary goal of case management is to assist the care receiver develop a plan of care to enable them to reside in the setting of their choice, while meeting quality assurance measures in accordance with Medicaid and Health Care Authority regulations and policies. Case Managers administer the department’s Comprehensive Assessment, Reporting & Evaluation (CARE) assessment that determines functional eligibility, resulting in authorization of services that the care recipient may require.

Salary & Benefit information

The hiring range for this role is $21.65-$23.42 per hour. The full salary range of $21.65-36.06 per hour represents the low and high end of the total salary range for this position. Actual salaries will vary depending on factors including but not limited to experience & qualifications. After the successful completion of our six-month training period, you will receive a 4% step increase.  As a regular employee, you may receive an additional 4% step increase on your annual anniversary with RRCA. Other benefits may include Paid Time-Off, a 403 (B) and/or Roth IRA retirement savings plan with a company match of up to 6%, a life insurance policy for $12,000 while you are employed, access to our Employee Assistance Program, medical (3 Plan Options), dental, vision insurance, and other auxiliary insurance programs.

Duties & Responsibilities

A Title XIX Medicaid Case Manager will need knowledge of Knowledge of the dynamics of aging and long-term care services, case management principles and practices, quality assurance approaches, social service program monitoring and evaluation techniques, simple mathematical functions, data collection techniques, technical report writing, and computer applications in social services. The qualities we are looking for include the ability to set strong boundaries to conduct constructive, supportive approach to effectively triage with the client/care providers/medical professionals/medical equipment contractors/community stakeholders, and strong skills in prioritization, organizational and time management skills.

Education, Skills, and Abilities

To apply for this position, you would need a Bachelor’s degree in social services, human services, behavioral sciences, criminal law/justice or an allied field and two to three years related experience.


  • Valid driver’s license in state of residence.
  • Auto insurance in the amount required by the State of Washington. Access to reliable transportation.
  • Acceptable completion of a criminal history background check.
  • Obtain tuberculosis (TB) vaccination within two weeks of employment.


Rural Resources Community Action offers a competitive benefits package. Click here to read more.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Rural Resources Community Action provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

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