Program Coordinator Part time – Fall River, MA

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Family Service Association is a comprehensive private, non-profi

Family Service Association is a comprehensive private, non-profit social service agency dedicated to the development and implementation of services designed to provide strength and support to individuals and families throughout southeastern Massachusetts.  Headquartered in Fall River, Family Service Association strives to increase the capacity of individuals and families to cope with the stresses of family life and interpersonal relationships in a positive, productive and health-improving manner.  This agency is a leading provider of professional social services in the South Coast region of Massachusetts, with a 130-year tradition of high quality.

The ADH Program Coordinator is directly responsible for the development, supervision and management of all aspects of the program.

This position is 15 hours per week, Monday-Friday between the hours of 9am-5pm

Duties and Responsibilities:

Oversee the daily function of the program to include planning, scheduling, coordinating and implementation of appropriate activities, safety and emergency evacuations plans.
Oversee the implementation of new ideas and activities to increase and ensure program growth and quality services to the participants.
Maintain and oversee all participant records to include assessment, care plan, progress notes, activity log and medical records.
Directly oversee and train on-site staff in conjunction with the standards and requirements established by the Department of Public Health regulations for ADH services as well as Council on Accreditation standards.
Monitor licensing and certifications of all hired staff and consultants.
Assume the role of coordinator in the referral, intake, admission and discharge processes.
Coordinate and serve as liaison with individual participant caseworkers, site directors, counseling therapist, medical staff and participants’ family.
Assist in the recruiting, training and hiring of all staff including volunteers and interns.
Respond to the reporting requirements of the appropriate regulatory agencies.
Assist in the fiscal administration, including billing, budget preparation and required financial reports.
Direct the development and implementation of public relations projects for the program.
Inform participants and their families/caregivers of available community services and make referrals as indications warrant.
Respond to reasonable expectations of Agency and/or supervisor.
Education and Experience:

Bachelors Degree in health or human services or a related field preferred with significant work experience with the elderly and/or physically/mentally challenged adults in a community setting.  Significant supervisory/management and direct care responsibilities with elderly and physically and mentally disabled may be substituted for educational requirement.  C.P.R. and First Aid certified.

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