LOWER ELWHA KLALLAM TRIBE
Healthy Transition Care Coordinator
The primary purpose of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (LEKT) Healthy Transitions Care Coordinator position is coordinating, scheduling and facilitating the Healthy Transitions Wraparound Team meetings; prepare the wraparound reports, assisting and scheduling services with partnering providers, and maintain an updated resource directory for the Healthy Transitions Team.
WORK LOCATION: Social Services Department
SUPERVISED BY: Healthy Transition Project Manager
POSITION STATUS: Full-Time – Grant Funded
SALARY LEVEL: DOE
WORK SCHEDULE: Monday thru Friday schedule Varies
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
- Under the direction of the Healthy Transition Project Manager, the Healthy Transitions Care Coordinator will work closely with the program manager and staff within social services to ensure streamlined services are coordinated and provided for clients.
- Participate in all administrative team meetings, discussions for strategic and implementation planning;
- Experience in planning and program development;
- Facilitates/schedules wraparound meetings for Care Coordination Team, youth, families, system leaders, community and cultural leaders;
- Organize, create, collect and disseminates care coordination teams:
- Screenings and checklists
- Reports identifying concerns
- Assists with development and implementation of specific plans
- Distributes recommendations to proper team members
- Assist in providing peer counseling opportunities to youth, families and community
- Coordinate activities of Healthy Transitions Partner Team, including scheduling meetings, taking meeting minutes and coordinating follow up activities;
- Coordinate and provide assistance in connections with other agencies to facilitate fluid service delivery and maintain collaborative program planning and service coordination.
- Act as a resource and referral source for Project Manager, Advocates and clients, providing additional linkages when able;
- Maintain case files, data and document services provided
- Maintain current and closed files for data collection, statistical, and reporting purposes.
- Compile statistics and generates reports as required.
- Keep Project Manager informed of daily operations of the program.
- Participates in the Healthy Transitions program self-assessment and Grantee monitoring visits;
- Performs other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED BY THE POSITION
- Ability to maintain a cordial relationship with various departments of the organization
- Must be well organized and have detail oriented approach
- Proficient in the use of MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.), internet, fax, copier, printers, scanners and telephone
- Ability and willingness to learn new systems, techniques and procedures
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Ability to work independently and complete tasks on time.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
- High School Diploma or GED;
- Pass a Criminal Background Check;
- Experience working with Indian tribes in grant related activities;
- First Aid Mental Health Certification or ability/willingness to obtain within 6 months;
- Ability to work effectively, either independently or cooperatively with others and to work a flex schedule based on the program needs.
- Must be able to travel and work flexible schedule as needed;
- Knowledge of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and surrounding communities;
- Knowledge and experience related to crisis intervention, LBGTQ, Native American youth and young adult homelessness, domestic violence, mental health, case management, positive parenting and substance abuse preferred.
- Ability to be positive, enthusiastic and creative while coordinating a diverse group of individuals.
- Ability to work well with people of all ages and cultural/economic backgrounds.
- Ability to motivate others to participate in training, educational opportunities and other activities.
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, verbally and in writing.
- Must pass UA testing prior to employment and submit random urinalysis upon request;
- Ability to adhere to LEKT Employee Handbook
- Valid Driver’s License.
- Must be able to comply with the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s Drug Free Workplace policies and personnel policies.
- Other duties as assigned relevant to job.
As with all positions of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, this position is Indian Preference in hiring in Accordance with P.L. 93- 638.
Closing: 05/10/19 or until filled
Contact: Lorinda Robideau, LEKT Employment Services
2851 Lower Elwha Road
Port Angeles, WA
Phone: (360) 452-8471 x7430