Center Coordinator - PACE in Lake Worth, FL at MorseLife Health System

Date Posted: 10/8/2018

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Job Description

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PACE is now seeking a Center Coordinator! We invite you to be part of one of the Best Places to work for according to the South Florida Business Journal!

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Center Coordinator

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 The Center Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations and coordination of PACE services that are delivered to participants. This includes participation with the Interdisciplinary Group and oversight of the programs operations and systems. The Center Coordinator reports to the Center Director

 

How to make an impact:

 

Center Management:

  • Coordinates operations of activities, nutrition, personal care, clinical services, rehabilitation and other services of the center within program standards and regulations.

 

  • Ensures participants are oriented to the program and have opportunities to express their opinions about the care and services they receive.

 

  • Develops and ensures compliance with policies and procedures.

 

  • Ensures adequacy of equipment and supplies. Oversees equipment maintenance, scheduling, replacement, and repair.

 

  • Conducts daily checks of equipment, water, power sources, oxygen supplies, etc.

 

  • Ensures that infection control, fire safety, and related safety procedures are followed.

 

  • Maintains center's contracts for services

 

  • Ensures durable medical equipment is maintained in a safe and usable condition.

 

  • Conducts quarterly fire drill; annual mock disaster drills, and emergency care procedures.

 

Interdisciplinary Group (IDT):

  • Provides input and assists Center Director with morning meetings for development and implementation of care plans.

 

  • Works with Center Director to ensure documentation of team meetings is maintained and changes are recorded in individual care plans.

 

  • Assists Center Director in notification to appropriate agencies and regulatory bodies when care plans are changed.
  • Participates in the continued development of the team to improve the team decision making process

 

  • Works with quality management program to evaluate and improve performance

 

  • Provides on-call coverage to troubleshoot, advise, teach, coordinate and deliver care and service to participants as requested

 

  • Conducts monthly chart audit for administrative components; Ensures records are updated/accurate and meet all regulatory requirements

 

Staff Management:

  • Responsible for general management oversight for day care personnel in the center including but not limited to; interviewing, hiring Interviews, recommends for hire, orients/trains, evaluates, disciplines, and terminates appropriate day care personnel in the center.
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  • Ensures staffing is maintained at the appropriate levels to provide safe and effective care.
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  • Coordinates orientation and oversees in-service programs for staff to meet regulatory requirements
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  • Meets regularly with direct reports to review goals, trends, and performance measures to facilitate change as needed.
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  • Works with Human Resources to address and resolve employee issues.

Other:

 

  • Performs other duties as assigned

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

The supervisory responsibilities for this position include direct supervision of all day program personnel. Additional supervisory responsibilities may be assigned as necessary to accommodate the growth and development of the PACE Center.

 

Job Requirements

What you’ll bring to the table:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in health administration field or combination of equivalent experience

 

  • Minimum two years of management experience in a community-based program caring for older adults

 

  • One year of experience working with a frail or elderly population is required.

 

  • Experience in a PACE program highly desirable.

 

  • Able to plan, direct, and organize the work of others.

 

  • Able to interpret State and Federal requirements as they apply to the program.
  • Skilled in building strong working relationships and in team development.

 

  • Strong leadership and organizational skills.

 

  • Proven problem solving and communication skills.

 

  • Ability to travel to off-site locations.

 

Teamwork. Passion. Impact. Leadership. Quality. Customer Focus.

 

These are more than just our guiding attributes. They’re the values shared by each member of our team – and the principles behind our success as a 5-Star, Gold Seal, nationally recognized senior care provider. If these traits resemble you as a whole, you may be an excellent match for our most current opportunity:

 

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MorseLife is an Equal Opportunity and Drug-Free Work Place.