Job: Program Coordinator, Dev Svcs - Casual - Full Time - Benefits Eligible

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Posted: 02/14/2017

Job Status: Full Time, Part Time, Contract/Temporary

Job Reference #: 103787

Job Description

Program Coordinator, Dev Svcs

Job Category:
Technical & Professional

Department:
Audiology

Facility:
Rady Children's Health Services - Kearny Mesa

Schedule:
Casual - Full Time - Benefits Eligible

Shift:
Days

Hours:
8-5

Req Number:
48625

Job Details:

JOB SUMMARY:

Under the general direction of the program manager, the Program Coordinator-Developmental Services is responsible for care coordination & case management services for the program's patients & families. The Program Coordinator may be the first point of contact for families accessing services at RCHSD, & as such will provide supportive care in assisting them with accessing appropriate services within the hospital & in the community. Interfaces with other team members, including patients, families, physicians & clinical & school personnel, to facilitate integrated communication & services for patients & their families. Ensures appointments are authorized & scheduled, patients are managed through applicable candidacy processes when applicable equipment is ordered & repairs completed, care is coordinated with school services, & patient information is documented & maintained. Assists hospital personnel in various departments with developing systems of care that assist children in target population in receiving appropriate medical care in a comfortable manner. Manages the program-s website by keeping it up-to-date.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's Degree in related descipline

2 Years of Experience

Excellent oral and written communication skills

Strong organizational skills and attention to detail

Demonstrated ability to maintain and manage caseload, complete records in timely manner, provide a variety of community services, and work effectively and harmoniously with personnel and families.

Computer skills sufficient to perform data entry, production of educational materials and word processing.

Demonstrated customer service skills to include ability to develop immediate rapport with a variety of customers of all different socio-economic, cultural and economic groups both internally and externally.

Those staff assisting with the provision of direct Audiology and/or Speech Pathology services must be registered with the State of California Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board within three months of hire date.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's Degree

3 Years of Experience

Experience working with children with special needs and their families

Bilingual English/Spanish

Prior experience with inventory management - to include placing orders, monitoring stock, processing invoices for accounts payable




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