Care Coordinator

The Hub on Smith
Job Description
The Hub… on Smith is looking for a Care Coordinator. Do you enjoy working with older adults? Do you have a background in social services? Join our Support Center team in our effort to celebrate, embrace and serve older adults, connect them to services and promote independence.

This position works 40 standard hours per week. The salary is $39,500 per year. The Hub… on Smith offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Paid Time Off (PTO), Holidays, inclusion in Wyoming Retirement Plan and option to participate in health-related benefits such as Cigna Health coverage, Delta Dental, VSP Vision and Aflac. Staff also enjoy the benefit of meals at a reduced cost.

This position provides one on one assistance to patrons who receive home health services. Acts as a liaison between Senior Center and other organizations involved with people receiving home health services. Skills should include, but are not limited to providing information, assessment, plan of care development and implementation, crisis intervention, outreach, case supervision, service termination and follow-up, quality assurance and computer skills including Microsoft Office programs.

Interested persons should have a bachelor’s degree in social work, nursing, or closely related field or five years’ experience working with older adults or people with disabilities. Must have a current drivers’ license and safe driving record.

A full job description and an application are available at the front desk at The Hub…on Smith. Please apply in person, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The Hub… on Smith is an equal opportunity provider, an equal employment opportunity and “At Will” employer. Thank you for your interest in this position.

JOB DESCRIPTION
POSITION: Care Coordinator
LOCATION: 211 Smith Street and throughout Sheridan County
REPORTS TO: Support Center Coordinator

Essential Job Functions Include:
• Regularly provides one-on-one assistance, information and services that promote independence, quality of life and dignity to those who are receiving The Hub on Smith services.
• Provides service coordination to people receiving in-home services, including but not limited to intake, evaluation, plan of care development and implementation, care supervision
• Regularly provides one-on-one assistance to clients with information and services to promote support, quality of life and dignity.
• Provides direct services including but not limited to providing information, assessment, plan of care development and implementation, counseling, crisis intervention, outreach, case supervision, service termination and follow-up, and quality assurance
• Provides Care Coordination utilizing designated software
• Provides service by making visits to clients and caregivers in their homes
• Responsible for reporting monthly service units for SAMS
• Works effectively with resources that are available for people served through the organization
• Collaborates with other agencies and professionals in the community
• Facilitates services for individuals as needed
• Develops and maintains accurate records
• Regularly informs and updates fellow staff members regarding available community resources
• Communicates information effecting older adults and other members of the public utilizing the local media and various publications
• Provides assistance to people of low income in obtaining reduced fees
• Assesses individual’s progress and functioning
• Arranges meetings as necessary for the effective delivery of services
• Acts as a liaison between The Hub on Smith and other organizations involved with people receiving services and the program in general
• Conducts on-going training for clients and caregivers
• Participates in the annual planning and budget development process
• Cooperatively works with administrative staff on a daily basis to ensure the goals and objectives of the organization are met
• Participates in program development
• Routinely required to travel utilizing personal vehicle
• Ensures program records are accurately maintained at all times.
• Maintains confidentiality and HIPAA
• Reports concerns of health and safety regarding an individual or the program to supervisor immediately
• Attends community meetings
• Other duties as assigned

Physical Demands:
• Occasionally transfers and lifts equipment
• Frequently communicates and exchanges information with others
• Frequent local travel
• Regularly observes and assesses clients, staff and volunteers
• May be required to sit at a computer station for extended periods of time in order to complete essential job functions
• Drives to the home setting, providing own transportation with valid license and insurance

Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Knowledge of issues affecting older adults and people with disabilities
• Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing
• Good organizational and time management skills
• Ability to work independently and as a team member
• Ability to use computer including Microsoft Office, the Internet and other program specific software
• Access Care Coordinator certification required

Minimum Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s Degree in social work or closely related field or five years’ experience working with older adults or people with disabilities.
Have a valid driver’s license and a safe driving record. Employment dependent on ability to pass a Central Registry and Division of Criminal Investigations background check.
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