HEALTH CARE COORDINATOR
(40-hours/week) position under the general direction of the Program Manager.
Responsible for: The timely, effective performance of a group of Primary Health
Care Rehabilitation Specialist and Case Managers to provide appropriate case
management and advocacy services for assigned clients in accordance with their
treatment plan and needs. Effectively partnering and coordinating with Agency
staff and community resources to ensure clients access to needed services. Case
management, counseling and advocacy services to assigned clients.
Position responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
supervisory duties including: recruitment, interviewing, hiring and training
staff; manages performance, conducts performance appraisals; takes disciplinary
measures as needed.
manages, supervises and monitors activities including the distribution and
tracking of case assignments; schedules, consultation and linkage services.
outcome measures with initial assessments/treatment or intervention planning
goals to ensure implementation of treatment goals.
and organizes the workload and schedules PHC staff in accordance with case
management needs of clients for PHC services.
quality service delivery through completion and submission of service plans,
progress notes, and other outcome measures. (refer to Progress/Case Note
Submission Policy revised)
proper staffing levels to ensure quality case management and advocacy service
and intervenes as necessary due to lack of staff; monitors/controls hours
worked; provides direct case management and supervision of clients; models same
when needed to demonstrate techniques to staff.
all identified services are provided and coordinates client needs with other
staff members; promotes compliance with service quality standards.
with Division Leadership in establishing and holding relationships that
generate program referrals. Collaborates and coordinates with other community
professionals, servicing agencies, clients, and families.
as a primary contact for children, families, service providers and the
community; acts as a liaison between client, agency and community resources.
Position requirements include, but are not limited to:
degree in social work, psychology or related mental health/human services field
4 years' experience providing services to severely emotionally disturbed
children and their families.
years of supervisory experience preferred.
skills in supervising/leading employees.
oral/written communication skills; bi-lingual skills in Spanish/English
to be flexible and work in a changing environment
- Computer skills sufficient to meet production demands of the job
including Microsoft Office and WELLIGENT software, and skill in maintaining
detailed, accurate and complete records.
Location: El Monte, CA