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Health Support Coordinator
ABOUT TNC COMMUNITY
Looking to make a change to a rewarding career where you can personally make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities? TNC Community is looking for someone like you to join our team as a Health Support Coordinator!
Celebrating over 65 years of quality care, the assistance our employees provide to the individuals we support raises the bar beyond meeting simple daily essential, basic needs – from ordinary to extraordinary. TNC Community provides habilitation services to individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities from its group homes and Individual Supported Living (ISL) locations. We focus on delivering friendly, caring assistance to the individuals we support while working as a team. We offer competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and an environment that encourages teamwork, inclusion, collaboration, and results. We believe that all persons associated with TNC Community should advocate for the removal of architectural, environmental, attitudinal, financial, employment, communication, transportation, community integration and any other barriers to persons receiving services through TNC Community.
DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Health Support Coordinators are responsible for assisting the Community Registered Nurse, Qualified Developmental Disability Professional (QDDP), and Residential Support Supervisor (RSS) to ensure appropriate and current health care is provided for the individuals residing in the group home and ISL environments. Responsible to report all suspected/alleged abuse and neglect in accordance with TNC Community policies.
Job Types: Full-time
DESIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- High School Diploma or equivalent, or commensurate experience
- Certification as CMT or CNA preferred
- Minimum 1-year experience working with individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
- The position requires sufficient communication skills: written, verbal, and nonverbal, to effectively engage with individuals, staff and administration
- Ability to clear background checks and drug/alcohol screenings as required.
- Current CPR/First Aid certification (training will be provided, if necessary)
- Maintain current Abuse/Neglect Training (training will be provided)
- Completion of Gentle Teaching or Equivalent (training will be provided)
- Must participate in all mandatory training's and re-certifications as required.
- Ability to drive motorized vehicles
- Must obtain a class E Missouri driver’s license or equivalent within the first 30 days of employment
- Ability to lift 75 pounds (weight may vary)
- Flexible schedule
- Be familiar with and able to utilize a computer
Job Type: Full Time