Part-Time Elko Community Care Program Coordinator (Case Manager)
We’re hiring Part-time Community Care Program Coordinators to help our Neighbors in Elko and surrounding areas.
Pay: $20-$22/hour plus gas stipends and much more!
The Neighbor Network of Northern Nevada (N4) is seeking a caring and motivated person to join our team as a full time Community Care Program Coordinator. Do you love your community? Do you enjoy helping others? Are you looking to build a career in social services? N4 is a growing 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to connect people living in Northern Nevada for inclusive, community-based services, volunteer opportunities, and affordable transportation. We create a “village” of people and organizations through a variety of community activities, including a time exchange, transportation services, and support programs for people with disabilities and older adults. If you are a self-starter looking to work in an environment that encourages innovation and teamwork, this is the job for you!
The Community Care Program Coordinator will oversee a team of Community Care Partners providing respite and supportive care in Elko and the surrounding areas. Community Care Program Coordinators are charged with program monitoring and information tracking as well as oversight to support N4’s grant reporting and contracts. This position will implement strategies which support state Regional Center requirements and N4’s mission; follow regional center policies and procedures; and align with person centered values and principles for self-determination.
Community Care Program Coordinators are responsible for :
- Completing intake tasks including conducting new member orientations and related paperwork
- Drafting ongoing quarterly and annual reports for services provided in N4’s programs
- Assisting with staff hiring, training and oversight
- Managing telephone and email communication with N4 members and partners
- Scheduling and tracking services
- Obtaining feedback from members and other stakeholders
- Keeping various program data organized and assisting with grant reporting and related fiscal activities
- Assisting the N4 team with the ongoing implementation of new programs
- Filling in support sessions as needed
- Attending special events and activities as assigned
- Travel to rural areas of Nevada as required
- Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited 4-year college or university is preferred
- Minimum of one year of experience working directly with persons with intellectual disability or other development disabilities or older adults
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Demonstrate good problem-solving skills and maintain patience with people served
- Ability to simultaneously manage multiple programs and priorities
- Maintain reliable transportation
- Keyboard and computer skills to utilize word processing, spreadsheets, and databases for communications and record keeping
- Must be flexible and a team player!
- Must be willing to travel as needed (up to 20%)
- Must show proof of the COVID vaccine or be willing to get the vaccine prior to working with people served by N4
This Job is Ideal for Someone Who is:
- Dependable — more reliable than spontaneous
- Independent — capable of accomplishing tasks on your own, in a remote environment
- Adaptable/flexible — enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction
- Detail-oriented — would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture
Job Type: Part-time
- Flexible schedule
- Professional development assistance
All N4 employees are supported in getting the COVID-19 vaccine
- Are you fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and/or willing to become vaccinated prior to working with people served by N4?
- High school or equivalent (Required)
- Case management: 1 year (Preferred)
Work Location: In person