We are looking for dedicated professionals to be part of our team. If you are interested to apply, kindly use the form below.
At Empowering Health Agency LLC, we offer healthcare professionals unparalleled flexibility, reliability, and growth opportunities. As a member of our exceptional team, you will provide excellence in services to those you serve. Joining Empowering Health Agency LLC means joining a healthcare services provider committed to delivering the best in quality, reliability, and value of care. You will enjoy unmatched flexibility of assignments, allowing you to balance your work with your personal life and responsibilities.
The field coordinator is responsible for mentoring and supporting individuals with mental illnesses and disabilities with client-centered goals. The field coordinator will act as the liaison between client, guardian, and case managers to ensure the quality of care. The field coordinator will assist the clients with developing a goal plan that includes client autonomy and supports the client with improving their quality of life. The position of a field coordinator is flexible, and coordinators can start as part-time or full-time employees, and they will have the flexibility of scheduling their hours. Full-time field coordinator will get a caseload of 34 billable hours, and part-time field coordinator will start at 25 billable hours. The agency utilizes the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) to guide best ethical practices and the specialist must implement code of ethics: 1.01 Commitment to clients, 1.02 Self-Determination, 1.03 Informed Consent, 1.05 Cultural competence, 1.06 Conflict of interest, 1.07 Privacy and confidentiality, 1.08 Access to records, 1.10 Physical contact, 1.09 Sexual relationships, 1.11 Sexual harassment, 1.14 Clients who lack decision- making capacity, 1.16 Referral of services and 1.17 Termination of services (NASW,2021).
Primary Responsibilities of Field Coordinators:
1. Field coordinator will help people with a disability, developmental disability, traumatic brain injury and mental illnesses.
2. Field coordinators work as community-based employees, and they will meet the clients in their homes or out in the community.
3. Field coordinators are to support and supervise the clients when working on their IGP goal plan.
4. Field coordinators are required to fulfill 30 hours of continuous training per calendar year.
5. Field coordinators are required to attend departmental meetings once or twice a month.
6. Field coordinators are required to meet with their immediate supervisor once a month for consultation.
7. Field coordinators are to be punctual and on time to client meetings, one on one supervision consultations, and other departmental meetings and training. If ILS mentors are late more than 3 times without prior notice, there will be a corrective action in place.
8. Field coordinators are to practice HIPAA and they are required to keep client information confidential.
9. Field coordinators are to communicate with their immediate supervisors at least 3 times a week to provide an update or check in.
10. Field coordinators adhere to company policies, philosophy, and mission statements.
11. Field coordinators are always expected to practice effective and clear communication.
12. Field coordinators are expected to practice integrity and follow through with requests from the case manager, field supervisor, program manager.
13. It is imperative that the field coordinator is respectful of all the people they work with.
14. Boundaries are a critical component of a Field coordinator, and they are always required to practice professional boundaries.
15. The organization of field coordinators is essential and field coordinators are to develop an organization plan to maintain consistency with clients and scheduling.
16. Field coordinator will develop and maintain a professional relationship with the clients, case managers and guardians.
17. Field coordinators are required to give a 2 weeks’ notice if they want to use their PTO and the immediate field supervisor will need to approve the leave.
18. All incidents will need to be reported to the senior program manager right away and if field coordinators have a suspicion that clients are at risk for being abuse, call the senior program manager.
19. Field coordinators are to coach clients with building and maintaining independent living skills and it is imperative that mentors assist the client if necessary.
20. Field coordinators are required to transport clients with goal related errands with the mileage policy of 30 miles a month per client.
21. Field coordinators who are full time are expected to bill the minimum of 32 hours a week and part time mentors are required to bill 20-24 hours a week. Field coordinators are required to report client cancellations, client not at home and client refusing services to their immediate supervisor.
22. Field coordinators are to complete individual timecards for clients after every visit and a payroll timecard every week. All timecards need to be in by Monday 12 pm (afternoon) every week. Field coordinators are to come to the office once a week to check their mailbox and drop off paperwork.
23. Field coordinators must be flexible and willing to work with clients in different environments such as hoarding, cats, dogs, and the smell of smoke because mentors work with the clients in their homes. If you are allergic or have limitations, please notify the immediate supervisor right away.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $14.00 – $18.00 per hour
- Paid time off
- 8 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
Driver’s License (Required)
Work Location: Hybrid Flex
Hybrid Flex is a system that Empowering Health is implementing to allow flexibility to our staff. The hybrid flex system allows employees to work from their home office space when they are not in-person with clients out in the field.
80% of time worked will be in person with clients either at clients home or a place clients are comfortable in.
20% of time worked can be done remotely and at the employees home office.