Position: Case Coordinator or Medication Coordinator
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Program:
Apartment Treatment Program 

Duties of a Case Coordinator:
  • Make visits to assigned residents.
  • Participates with the resident in the development, evaluation, and modification                                              of individual’s service plans.
  • Responsible for completing all required documentation in a timey manner.
  • Trains and assists residents in self-administration of medication.
  • Assists residents in improving socialization skills.
  • Assists residents in establishing vocational/educational goals..
  • Provides crisis management and case management services. (Includes making collateral contacts.)
  • Implements Fire Safety Program.
  • Notifies the appropriate supervisory personnel of any medical, psychiatric, or programmatic emergency.
  • Distributes residents Money Management and Personal Needs monies as indicated.
  • Assists to ensure Medicaid Billing is completed in a timely manner.
  • Provides transportation as needed, for shopping, medical appointments, etc.
  • Conducts apartment inspections to determine what repairs are needed and reports problems to appropriate personnel.
Duties as Medication Coordinator:​
  • Responsible for training, oversight, monitoring and documentation of residents in self-administration of medication. Responsible for learning about medication and side effects.
  • Works collaboratively ​with treatment team and medical professionals to ensure resident's medical and health needs are met.
  • Conducts health and psychiatric assessment and evaluation and facilities referrals to additional services as needed.
  • Participants with the residents in the development and evaluation of individual service plans.

Qualifications:
  • An Associates degree and five years experience in the human services field.                                               Or
  • Bachelor’s degree in human services.
  • Demonstrates organizational and communication skills which would enable effective interaction with agency staff, consumers/clients/families, and the community.
  • Critical thinking and sound judgment skills are necessary
  • Strong organizational abilities
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision. 

Requirements:
Valid Drivers License and available car 
Submits to Fingerprinting/Criminal background verification, as well as TB Testing 


To Apply Please Mail, Fax, or Email your Resume to:
1976 Grand Ave
Baldwin, NY 11510
Fax: (516) 855-1811
Attn: Human Resource Department
HumanResources@sailservices.org
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