Under the direct supervision and oversight of the Community Health Program Analyst, the Senior Service Social Circle (SSSC) Service Coordinator, works in partnership with participants, volunteers and staff to coordinate logistics necessary for the successful delivery of SSSC services as directed in the occupational therapy assessment thereby strengthening one’s ability to live independently longer.
- Supports and models behaviors consistent with Adult Resource Alliance’s mission and vision,
- Obtains Community Health Worker certification within one year and maintains status throughout employment as program service coordinator.
- Works within the program’s integrated model as an active member providing experience, input, and feedback related to program goals increasing potential for successful outcomes for participants,
- Demonstrates collaborative, supportive, and respectful behaviors when communicating with participants, families, volunteers and colleagues,
- Collaborates with CHW and Volunteer Coordinator to develop timely action plans within the integrated model,
- Networks with volunteer coordinator to attain compatible volunteer/participant match,
- Coordinates scheduling of participant and volunteer to assure the successful delivery of services identified in the participant screening report,
- Regularly follows up with participants to assure that identified services are completed in a satisfactory manner,
- Forwards volunteer communication to volunteer coordinator as appropriate,
- Responds to participant/volunteer/staff in-home Request for Service following instructions within each individual service operating procedure,
- Clarifies service details ensuring that participant has appropriate materials/products on hand to complete service request and gathers required releases. Completes service orders to initiate requests as appropriate. Finalizes service orders using established workflow protocols,
- Ensures complete, accurate, and timely documentation, within an established database, of all direct and indirect participant and volunteer interactions adhering to departmental documentation guidelines,
- Issues survey tools, collects, compiles and records data from participant/volunteer engagement in services identified in the initial screening/occupational therapy screening,
- Distributes brochures, packets and/or other informational or educational materials to inform seniors of services and processes,
- Understands the purposes, services and impacts of a program(s) to the user population.
- Efficiently balances time developing relationships with participants and volunteers, listening, understanding and being kind,
- Participates in meetings with community partners as directed,
- Understanding of ARA services and programs
- Assists in implementing SSSC community outreach events; including focus groups, health fairs and others as assigned
- Reports incidences of elder abuse, neglect, or threats of harm to authorities as required for mandatory reporters.
- Maintains confidentiality within the integrated model’s team
- Other duties as assigned
This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities, but does serve as a coach and mentor for volunteers and other positions.
Minimum Qualifications (Experience/Education):
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field and (one) 1-year direct experience in case management; or high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of (three) 3-years direct case management experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience to fully meet the obligations of this position.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- General office skills required and strong organizational skills
- Must possess excellent interpersonal skills
- Must be able to work independently and within a team
- Must have a valid Montana driver’s license, car and insurance
- Must pass a national background check
Physical Demands & Working Conditions:
- Frequent bending, stooping, walking, and standing
- Frequent use of fingers, hands and arms
- Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. using safety equipment / belts
- Ability to listen, hear and speak clearly
- Close, peripheral and distance vision
- Occasional exposure to extreme heat and cold due to travel
The Adult Resource Alliance is looking for a half-time or full-time accountant. The position will be 20-40 hours per week depending on applicant’s needs. The accountant can either work completely in office or can split their time between working in the office and from home.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
(The following are intended to illustrate typical duties; they are not meant to be all inclusive or
- Analyzes financial information and prepares financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, or other financial activities within MAS, Inc. Analyzes operations, trends, costs, revenues, financial commitments, and obligations incurred, to project future revenues and expenses and makes recommendations.
- Reports financial data to funding sources in compliance with grant requirements including via paper or electronic delivery methods. Periodic reporting requirements include, but are not limited to, Local Government, State of Montana, DPHHS, Department of Payment Management Systems, Grants.gov and the Corporation for National and Community Services egrant.cns.gov and all Fund Development Grants related to program outcomes.
- Develops, maintains, analyzes and monitors wide budgets, and prepares periodic reports comparing budgeted costs to actual costs. Develops governmental budgets for program specific activities supported by Governmental funding sources.
- Supports business and resource development through such activities as developing budgets and assisting with grant/proposal writing.
- Develops and administers cost allocation plan to ensure equitable, consistent and replicable treatment for all General Administrative costs applied to programs.
- Administers Governmental contracts, ensuring compliance with regulatory guidelines.
- Reports finances of Adult Resource Alliance to management and Governing Board; advises about resource utilization and assumptions underlying budget forecasts. Prepares reports to meet management and departmental needs: prepares, analyzes interprets and summarizes data.
- Responsible for facilitating annual financial audit and IRS Tax Form 990 including, and not limited to, preparations, reports, schedules, analysis, confirmations.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $25.00 – $30.00 per hour
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Disability insurance
- Flexible schedule
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Tuition reimbursement
- Vision insurance
- Monday to Friday
To apply online:
- Required: Adobe Acrobat PDF reader on applicants computer
- Download the Enrollment Form to your computer.
- Fill out the form. *IMPORTANT – The Enrollment Form is a fillable PDF, which means you can fill it out on your computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader. Make sure to download the PDF to your computer, do not fill it out in the browser tab.
- SUBMIT Alliance Job Application:
a) email@example.com OR
b) 1505 Avenue D
Billings, MT 59102
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