The Health Partnership is seeking an organized, self-start, good communicator to serve as our Recovery Support Coordinator for Routt County to advance the Health Partnership’s Community Recovery Program. The successful candidate will exhibit the following:
- Culture Champion – Commitment to the Partnership’s mission and working with diverse partners.
- Results Producer – A results-focused orientation with a proven track record of exceeding goals.
- Agility – Ability to think strategically, foresee opportunities and challenges and adapt as needed.
- Strong Communicator – Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Organization – Exceptional capacity to manage details, monitor progress and adjust accordingly.
- Action Oriented – Enjoys working hard, tackling challenges and is not afraid to take ownership of a situation
Supervision Received:The Recovery Support Coordinator is based out of the Steamboat office and supervised by the Executive Director.
General Requirements & Qualifications:
The Health Partnership is seeking candidates who meet or exceed the following qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience required.
- Ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences including community members, clinical partners, health and human service agencies.
- Experience developing and providing strategic communications including creating written and oral content
- High levels of organizational skills with a focus on detail and follow through
- Passion for social justice and treating all with equal respect and dignity
- Competent with Microsoft Office
- Possess a Colorado driver’s license and have access to a reliable vehicle and be willing to travel
- Must be able to lift office equipment up to 20-pounds and climb stairs at site/client meetings.
- Enrollment of clients (members) using appropriate assessment tools & completion of GPRA Qx at enrollment and then at regular 3-month follow up intervals (up to 12 months) within the 7 treatment sites where DATA/CARA waivered providers are already in existence
- Support persons enrolled in MAT to continue engagement with both medical, behavioral and social health treatment plans
- Provide appropriate clinical assessment to be integrated into the initiation of MAT
- Monitor members according to guidelines set by NCHA Policy and Procedure under the CO-SLAW guidelines
- Participate in telephone contacts, office/hospital visits, and other means of connecting with members to reach identified goals
- Perform health needs assessments and identify risk factors to develop health care plan
- Assist members in scheduling appointments, follow-up care, referrals, medication refills, etc.
- Attend member appointments with providers and community resources as needed
- Participate in health promotion and health education activities for members as identified in health care plan
- Enter all documentation, contacts, and assessments into required NCCHP or other databases
- Establish collaboration, communication, and coordination among all responsible parties of an individual member’s multidisciplinary health care team
- Work in conjunction with various providers to develop interventions as needed
- Optimize member and family independence through education, community resources, and support
- Review appropriate cost-effective care and decrease duplication of services for members
- Understand, communicate, and facilitate on behalf of patients regarding complaints, grievances, and appeal processes
- Regular case review with Supervisor
- Quarterly Reflective Consultation meetings with facilitator
- Strict confidentiality of member records and communications
- Aid as designated by the Supervisor to support the overall goals of Community Recovery Efforts
- Provide input into development of policies and procedures
- Meeting and training attendance
- Participation in ongoing performance improvement activities
- building and maintaining successful relationships with prospects and existing partners while collaborating with agency leadership
- Supporting positive partner relationships in the community, clinical and health and human service partners
- Increase outreach and engagement opportunities to strengthen community and partner referral pathways
- All other duties as assigned.
- In Partnership with Managing Supervisor: provide support for strategies and approaches to facilitate open communication to keep project partners apprised of and engaged with progress, opportunities and resources.
- Engage in cross-organization efforts, connecting project work to the broader Partnership.
- Share unique skills and expertise with NCCHP team.
- 1.0FTE (40 hours per week) plus benefits.
- PTO, health & dental insurance, 401K, life & disability insurance
- $35,000 - $40,000 per year
To help people live longer, healthier lives.
The Health Partnership fosters equitable access to health and well-being resources so our community can thrive.