In Home Care Coordination Manager - Full Time - Nome, Alaska

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

In Home Care Coordination Manager - Full Time - Nome, Alaska

Nome, AK
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Purpose of Position:

    Management of a program that employs Alaska state certified Care Coordinators that provide clinical care management to program recipients in their homes, in order to allow developmentally disabled recipients to reside in the community of their choice.

    Provide oversight and management of the Developmentally Disabled program by providing assistance to recipients that will enable them to maintain behavior in the community and in the home; Provide evaluation, assessment, advocacy and coordination of services; Direct assigned employees, demonstrating leadership by providing work direction, motivation, training, assistance, performance evaluation and corrective action.

    Uphold the organization’s vision, mission, and corporate values. Demonstrate understanding of and compliance with organization’s policies, procedures, code of conduct and work rules.

    Required Skills

    Essential Functions:

    • Perform leadership functions including selection, scheduling, training, performance management and discipline; Instill passion in assigned staff for NSHC’s mission, vision, and values, paying particular attention to the maintenance of a safe and productive work environment
    • Demonstrate personal initiative and accountability while overseeing and managing the department, the program grant, and the department's budget . Forecast needs, allocate resources and/or take corrective action as necessary
    • Monitor individualized service plans that address presenting problems, goals, progress, planned services, and supervise the person responsible for each service or action step Identify and assist in remedy of “gaps” in the plan of care for each program recipient and create appropriate services when a critical need cannot be met more traditionally
    • Facilitate family and inter-agency collaboration and identify, consult, and case manage
    • Advocate for the rights and needs of program recipients
    • Monitor preparedness for client discharge and refer problematic situations to appropriate resources
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    Personal Traits:

    All Norton Sound Health Corporation employees are expected to consistently demonstrate the organization’s values: integrity, cultural sensitivity and respect for traditional values, continual learning and improving, compassion, teamwork and pride. Employees are expected to demonstrate integrity, professionalism, accountability, cooperation with and consideration of others.

    Required Knowledge:

    All Norton Sound Health Corporation employees are expected to have general knowledge of typical office technologies such as computers, printers, copiers, fax machines, and typical office software.

    Job Specific knowledge is listed below:

    • Knowledge of services available and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Required Skills and Abilities:

    All Norton Sound Health Corporation employees are expected to have a broad range of skills and abilities centered around a strong patient focus, efficient performance, and teamwork. All employees should have patient/customer service skills, interpersonal skills and good communication skills. All employees should have the ability to manage their time and organize their work to ensure efficient performance. In addition, all employees should have the ability to follow policy, procedure and instructions, actively communicate with their supervisors to ensure understanding and manage their work accordingly. Finally, all employees should have the ability to understand and manage patient/customer confidentiality.

    Job specific skills and abilities are listed below:

    • Above average interpersonal skills
    • Ability to understand grant management and budgets
    • Ability to lead and direct the care providers and support team

    Community Information:

    https://www.visitnomealaska.com/

    Required Experience

    Masters degree in Special Education, Social Work or related field.

    Three years experience in human services field.

    One year experience in supervising, managing, or directing the work of other employees.

    Licensure/Certifications: MSW, Certified Care Coordinator within 3 months, BLS, CPR, First Aide certification and valid Alaska Drivers license.

  • Qualifications

    Essential Functions:

    • Perform leadership functions including selection, scheduling, training, performance management and discipline; Instill passion in assigned staff for NSHC’s mission, vision, and values, paying particular attention to the maintenance of a safe and productive work environment
    • Demonstrate personal initiative and accountability while overseeing and managing the department, the program grant, and the department's budget . Forecast needs, allocate resources and/or take corrective action as necessary
    • Monitor individualized service plans that address presenting problems, goals, progress, planned services, and supervise the person responsible for each service or action step Identify and assist in remedy of “gaps” in the plan of care for each program recipient and create appropriate services when a critical need cannot be met more traditionally
    • Facilitate family and inter-agency collaboration and identify, consult, and case manage
    • Advocate for the rights and needs of program recipients
    • Monitor preparedness for client discharge and refer problematic situations to appropriate resources
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    Personal Traits:

    All Norton Sound Health Corporation employees are expected to consistently demonstrate the organization’s values: integrity, cultural sensitivity and respect for traditional values, continual learning and improving, compassion, teamwork and pride. Employees are expected to demonstrate integrity, professionalism, accountability, cooperation with and consideration of others.

    Required Knowledge:

    All Norton Sound Health Corporation employees are expected to have general knowledge of typical office technologies such as computers, printers, copiers, fax machines, and typical office software.

    Job Specific knowledge is listed below:

    • Knowledge of services available and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Required Skills and Abilities:

    All Norton Sound Health Corporation employees are expected to have a broad range of skills and abilities centered around a strong patient focus, efficient performance, and teamwork. All employees should have patient/customer service skills, interpersonal skills and good communication skills. All employees should have the ability to manage their time and organize their work to ensure efficient performance. In addition, all employees should have the ability to follow policy, procedure and instructions, actively communicate with their supervisors to ensure understanding and manage their work accordingly. Finally, all employees should have the ability to understand and manage patient/customer confidentiality.

    Job specific skills and abilities are listed below:

    • Above average interpersonal skills
    • Ability to understand grant management and budgets
    • Ability to lead and direct the care providers and support team

    Community Information:

    https://www.visitnomealaska.com/

  • Industry
    Hospital and Health Care