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The DDRB is a leader ensuring that individuals with developmental disabilities living in St. Charles County have quality opportunities and choices to be fully included in society.

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DDRB Case Manager Position Opening 

  • *NEW* Effective July 1, 2022, we are increasing our pay!  Starting pay for Case Managers is now $42,036.80/year (paid hourly at $20.21/hour)
  • Excellent benefits, including 3 weeks of paid vacation in the first year and medical insurance starting as low as $27.00/month
  • Full time-Monday through Friday (days)
  • Increased opportunities to work remotely after initial training period.

‘The DDRB is a friendly and supportive work atmosphere where people are passionate about the work they do. It has been a great experience so far”—Case Manager

As a Case Manager, you will join a team that is dedicated to finding and establishing  resources so that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families have choices and opportunities to be fully included in society. We have built our culture on a set of staff-developed community values including respect, connection, integrity, trust and striving to expand our knowledge in all areas.

Excellent benefits are provided, including 15 days of paid vacation per year; 12 days of paid sick leave per year; 12 paid holidays per year; medical insurance with premiums starting at just $27.00 per month; dental and vision insurance coverage at no cost to employees; and retirement and deferred compensation match (457) programs.

Successful applicants will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a human services field. Experience with individuals who have intellectual/developmental disabilities preferred. Experience as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in assessing, developing, or implementing individual person centered plans for persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities preferred.