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Director of Service Coordination in North Wales, PA at Abramson Center for Jewish Life.

Date Posted: 10/14/2018

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Job Description

Director of Service Coordination

The Abramson Center for Jewish Life has an exciting leadership opportunity for a Full-Time Director of Service Coordination currently available. This supervisory position is located on the beautiful 72-acre campus of The Abramson Center in North Wales, PA, with convenient access to PA Route 309, 611 and the PA Turnpike. 

The Abramson Center for Jewish Life has a long, award-winning tradition of healthcare leadership and pioneering excellence…and we are growing!

The Director of Service Coordination provides coordination of resident non-clinical services from admission to discharge. This position is responsible for the management needed services to meet their unique plan of care including assuring initial assessment, planning, directing, evaluating and coordinating activities in order to provide the highest level of resident care.  This position will assure resident needs are met promptly and works closely with social work, physicians, service agencies, psychology and other providers as needed to meet the demands of the residents we serve.

The Director of Service Coordination will report directly to the Nursing Home Administrator.  This position will represent the department and employee perspective as a member of the inter-disciplinary team and through Center committees and projects.

The Abramson Center offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefit plan, paid time off, and much more!

Job Requirements

Experience, Education, and Licensure

Minimum Experience: Experience with care/service coordination.

Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in Social Work or Health Care Administration.

Preferred Education: Master’s Degree

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, age (40 and above), sex, gender or gender identity, or disability, veteran status, past and present uniformed service membership or application, obligation to serve in the uniformed service, genetic information, and/or known association with a disabled individual.