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Are you looking for a job where you can make meaningful impact in the lives of older adults, their family caregivers and younger persons with disabilities? Apply for one of our open positions that provide a great work/life balance. We're looking for the best, most passionate people to join our growing team as we work to promote the health, well-being and safety of older adults, persons with disabilities and family caregivers to foster independence. From case management to assessment, we offer incredible opportunities to make a difference by doing what you love most. Know someone who is a good fit? Share this with them and encourage them to apply.

RSVP Volunteer Program Director

Employment Status: Full-time
Pay: Salary
Application Deadline: December 31, 2017

Overview

Job Summary

RSVP Director – Provides administration, management and programming for the RSVP volunteer program for 13 county service area. Provides administrative oversight by selecting, training, supervising program staff and by monitoring staff performance. Develop and implement appropriate policies and generate required program reports.Develops financial resources to support the program by means of federal, state, county,United Way and other grants. Direct any fundraising efforts and monitor in-kind support.Review financial statements and prepare annual budgets.Provides for program quality and impact by planning annual program goals and outcomes designed to meet critical community needs while offering meaningful volunteer opportunities for older adults. Maintains oversight of program activities,including services to volunteers and volunteer stations by providing leadership, support and consultation. Promote positive public relations and communications in the community by means of educational materials, programs, brochures, press releases,media events, and volunteer recognition events. Enhances the project effort through involvement with community organizations, other national service programs, and other senior and volunteer programs. Promotes and enhances the relationship with RSVP advisory group volunteers by valuing and utilizing their knowledge, skills and community connections. Performs other program duties as assigned.

EEO/AAP, Bilingual applicants encouraged to apply.SALARY RANGE: NEGOTIOBLE BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

Responsibilities and Duties

Provides administration, management and programming for the RSVP volunteer program for 13 county service area. Provides administrative oversight by selecting, training, supervising program staff and by monitoring staff performance. Develop and implement appropriate policies and generate required program reports.Develops financial resources to support the program by means of federal, state, county,United Way and other grants. Direct any fundraising efforts and monitor in-kind support.Review financial statements and prepare annual budgets.Provides for program quality and impact by planning annual program goals and outcomes designed to meet critical community needs while offering meaningful volunteer opportunities for older adults. Maintains oversight of program activities,including services to volunteers and volunteer stations by providing leadership, support and consultation. Promote positive public relations and communications in the community by means of educational materials, programs, brochures, press releases,media events, and volunteer recognition events. Enhances the project effort through involvement with community organizations, other national service programs, and other senior and volunteer programs. Promotes and enhances the relationship with RSVP advisory group volunteers by valuing and utilizing their knowledge, skills and community connections. Performs other program duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Skills

Must have strong organizational and supervisory skills. Bachelor’s degree in human service or related field.

At least ten (10) years prior experience in working with volunteers and/or older adults. Must be knowledgeable of community needs and resources. Demonstrated program management experience preferred. Background check required. The position reports to the VP of Planning & Program Development and has supervisory authority over paid program and volunteer staff. Travel required.

Benefits

Health insurance, vacation, sick leave, 403b retirement savings account and more.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000.00 /year

Deadline for application: Until position filled
Send resumes to: jobs@areaofficeonaging.com



Kinship Navigator Programming Specialist

Employment Status: Full-Time
Application Deadline: January 01, 2018

Overview

Kinship Navigator Programming Specialist

Licensed Social Worker (LSW) preferred.
Bachelors’ in social services, education, gerontology, or related field preferred, plus 2 years of related experience or Master’s degree in lieu of experience in related field. Licensed Social Worker preferred. To provide information, screening & assessments; resources, benefit counseling/navigation, educational programming for Kinship Clubs; and other services as needed.
Outreach, workshops, and other events in Lucas County. Position requires excellent communication and computer skills, and outcomes focus.
Reliable transportation, insurance, driver’s license and successfully passing criminal background check and drug/alcohol screening required.
EEO/AAP, Bilingual applicants encouraged to apply.
Deadline for application: Until position filled
Send resumes to:
Arcelia Armstrong, Coordinator
Kinship Navigator Program
Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.
2155 Arlington Avenue
Toledo, OH 43609
Or jobs@areaofficeonaging.com


Care Manager Assistant-Ohio Home Care Waiver and Specialized Recovery Services Program

Employment Status: Full-time
Application Deadline: December 31, 2017

Overview

Description: Assist assigned Care Managers by handling general telephone inquiries and forwarding calls to appropriate staff; checking and triaging care manager voice mail; sending faxes, creating memos, letters, duplicates, sorts, and collates documents; monitors forms, supplies, office equipment and reports findings to designated staff.
Reliable transportation, insurance, valid driver's license
and successfully passing criminal background check and drug/alcohol screening required.

Qualifications: 2 year degree in social work or human services, health related field, or LPN preferred.

Classification: Non Exempt

Deadline for application: Until Position Filled

Send resumes Personnel - Pam Wilson
Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.
2155 Arlington Avenue
Toledo, Ohio 43609
Or
jobs@areaofficeonaging.com


Assessor

Employment Status: Full-Time or Part-Time
Application Deadline: March 31, 2018

Overview

Registered Nurses or Licensed Social Workers with one (1) year experience in-home services, home health, medical social work, or gerontology needed to work in our Toledo office.  This position conducts in-person assessments for individuals in need of community based long-term services and supports. Benefit package.  Knowledge of community resources. Reliable transportation, insurance, valid driver's license, background check and drug/alcohol screening required.

 

EEO/AAP, Bilingual and minority applicants encouraged to apply.


Recovery Care Manager

Employment Status: Full-time
Application Deadline: March 31, 2018

Overview

RN, LSW/LISW or Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology, or related field and three (3) years post degree experience in mental health or care management. To coordinate specialized recovery services for persons with mental illness. Provides assessment, care planning, service coordination & referral, and assessing Medicaid services. Some On-Call. Knowledge of community resources required.

Valid driver’s license, insurance, reliable transportation, successfully passing criminal background check, and drug/alcohol screening. Excellent Benefits.
EEO/AAP, Bilingual and minority applicants encouraged to apply.


Care Manager

Employment Status: Full-time
Pay: Contract Funded
Application Deadline: March 30, 2018

Overview

Care Manager with one (1) year experience in home care, or gerontology. To work with with frail older adults and younger persons with disabilities in PASSPORT, Aetna MyCare Ohio, Buckeye MyCare Ohio and Ohio Home Care Waiver and other Home and Community Based Services programs in the Toledo area. To conduct care management, and assessments for individuals in need of community based long-term care. Benefit package. Knowledge of community resources and reliable transportation required.

Salary: $44,000 - $48,000/year

Required education:

  • Bachelor's

Required experience:

  • home care for elderly, home health care, NF, medical social work or gerontology: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Drivers license; Licensed Social Worker (LSW) or Registered Nurse (RN)

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