Aging True Jacksonville, FL
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) provides critical services to area seniors at PACE PLACE. The PACE Coordinator will build awareness and interest, create partnerships and organize and participate in events that benefit Aging True programs and its partner, the PACE Place. The Coordinator will work directly with members of the community to educate audiences while explaining services and programs provided by Aging True and its affiliates.
The Coordinator’s main role will be to aid in the enrollment of eligible and interested PACE Place participants. The Coordinator will conduct further evaluation of individual client needs in the Duval and Clay County communities for this purpose.
This position is responsible for implementation, development, and coordination of all activities associated with the PACE Place program participant eligibility. The responsibilities include working closely with the seniors and caregivers as well as the Case Management team, and key DOEA staff in the all aspects of development, coordination of program activities and objectives, as well as transitional care services.
Bachelor’s degree required.
- Preference will be given to persons with social work training or experience.
· Must have experience completing access applications for Medicaid programs and services
· Excellent communications skills necessary with an emphasis on public speaking or marketing presentation experience.
· Must possess organizational skills and demonstrate experience in development of new initiatives to support community services.
· Must be proficient in Microsoft office and database integration, including the use of a laptop in the field while conducting home visits with Cl and family.
· Must be willing to use personal vehicle for organizational travel.
· Successful completion of DOEA background check and drug screening.
Will develop project goals in accordance with desired outcomes of contract. Goals will include timetables, schedules, workplans, procedures, and budgets as required.
- Maintain client files per contract requirements and perform data collection to support project goals.
- Assesses client need and eligibility for services through the use of the DOEA Form 701A and 701B.
- Arranges and develops a formal agreement for the provision of those services through a Service Purchase Order (SPO).
- Reassess the client according to established assessment procedures and makes changes to services, with client consent, as needed.
- Arranges support services for caregivers and counsels with them regarding the stresses of being a caregiver.
- Documents case history in the client case file and works closely with the case aide to keep the files up-to-date.
- Coordinate transitional care services when clients are identified as eligible for additional programs.
- Compile monthly, quarterly and special reports as required by DOEA and other funders.
- Make public appearances and participate in publicity events to promote volunteer department activities as necessary.
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
· Business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
· Due to circumstances that may arise, additional hours maybe required at times.
· Must be able to remain stationary 50% of the time. May require sitting at a computer for up to eight hours per day.
· The person in this position must be able to constantly move about inside the office and out in the community.
· Constantly operates a computer and other office machinery such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.
· The person in this position constantly communicates with clients and volunteers regarding questions and inquiries. Must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
· The person in this position must occasionally move or transport large amounts of materials to off-site training and outreach locations.
· Occasionally works in outdoor weather conditions and in client homes.
Aging True, is a non-profit organization based in Jacksonville, Florida. We provide a wide variety of important services to seniors and disabled adults in both Duval and Clay Counties.