United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County (UCP)

                                  Case Manager/Support Broker
                                                      Full Time Position

Join a team of Support Brokers committed to assisting adults with developmental
disabilities in the creation and implementation of their own unique support plans. We
are looking for a creative individual who is flexible and willing to explore innovative
approaches to supporting individuals in the community. Must be able to work
independently but also enjoy being a contributing team member and must have
proven ability to advocate for people with developmental disabilities.  The position
involves assisting individuals with the following: acquiring necessary benefits,
negotiating rates and budgets, choosing services, mediating conflicts, and developing
a network of personal support. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of two
years’ experience supporting adults with developmental disabilities in the community,
will be familiar with Self-Directed Services and resources in Dane Co., will possess
an in-depth knowledge of funding sources and have experience completing
Community Integration Program applications.  Ability to speak a second language,
especially Spanish, is a big advantage in this position.

Excellent verbal and written skills are required.  Necessary computer skills include
familiarity with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, electronic file organization, PDF
annotation software such as Adobe Acrobat, Foxit Reader, or iAnnotate PDF, Microsoft
Outlook, and electronic calendars.

Competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a creative work environment.  Cultural
diversity is important to our agency; persons of color and/or diverse backgrounds are
encouraged to apply.  

Submit resume by noon on December 3rd to:

Attn: Matt Jahnke
United Cerebral Palsy
2801 Coho St. Suite 300
Madison, WI 53713
Cultural diversity is important to us. Persons of color and/or diverse backgrounds are
encouraged to apply. Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

Visit our website at UCP is dedicated to understanding disabilities,
creating opportunities and promoting a community where everyone belongs. We strive
to make a lasting difference in the lives of children and adults with a range of
disabilities, and in the lives of their families. Beyond cerebral palsy, we also support
individuals with autism, epilepsy, Down syndrome, traumatic brain injury and delays in
speech, mobility and overall development.