Program Coordinator, Supportive Living
Fraser is seeking a passionate, flexible, and dedicated individual to provide service coordination for clients in our Supportive Living apartment site in Minnetonka. This role also provides supervision and leadership to direct support staff. Applicants with strong communication and supervisory skills are strongly preferred.
As a Program Coordinator, you will develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, Coordinated Service and Support Plan Addendums, and individual behavior/therapeutic plans for each client served, in addition to assuring accurate implementation of those plans. You will also provide supervision and leadership to direct care staff, complying with all regulations, policies, day-to-day operations, and budgetary parameters of Fraser's Community Living division. This position will oversee approximately 12 clients at Fraser's Supportive Living apartment location in Minnetonka.
-Five weeks of Paid Time Off
-Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance
-Health and Flex Savings Accounts
-Short-Term and Long-Term Disability insurance
-403(b) retirement account with Fraser contribution
-Scheduled performance feedback & opportunity for pay raises based on performance
-Career growth opportunities
-Tuition Reimbursement and Tuition Discount at select colleges and Fraser School
-Student Loan forgiveness
-Verizon Wireless cell phone plan and accessories discount
Available Locations and Schedules:
This position is salaried exempt, working Monday-Friday during general business hours in Saint Paul, MN with occasional weeknights and weekends.
Program Coordinators also participate in an on-call rotation, which occurs approximately every 6 weeks.
Experience requirements vary based on level of education. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by MN Statute 245D:
-BA/BS in Human Services or related field with 1 year of full-time work experience (or equivalent) providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR
-Associate degree in Human Services or related field with 2 years of full-time work experience (or equivalent) providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR
-A minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities with four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 or older until the supervision of an individual qualifying as Coordinator under 245D.
-Valid drivers license with acceptable record
-Ability to meet DHS standards on criminal background study
-Excellent verbal and written interpersonal communication skills
-Basic mathematical skills with ability to accurately manage a budget and create financial reports
-Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs including Excel, Word, and Outlook
How to Apply:
This position will be posted at https://www.fraser.org/jobs until filled. You must apply online there to be formally considered.