Join our team as a Care Coordinator. Open shifts are:
Every other Saturday, 3pm-7pm; and
Every other Sunday, 8am-4pm.
Please do not apply unless you are able to work at least two of these shifts. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in social work, early childhood development, education, or related field. To apply, email your resume, cover letter, and three references to INFO@projecthomeindy.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Care Coordinators are responsible for direct-care with residents and their children to help our young families achieve self-sufficiency. Care Coordinators assist PHI residents with daily activities. Care Coordinators assist the Resident Care Director, Director of Clinical Programs, and Executive Director in assuring that residents are following house expectations, attending programming, and meeting their individualized goals.
Must be able to articulate the mission, goals, and activities of PHI with passion and enthusiasm. Must have understanding and belief in the ability of teen mothers to achieve self-sufficiency and care for their children.
Must have a bachelor’s degree in social work, early childhood development, education, or related field. Previous residential or direct care experience a plus. A different combination of education and experience will be considered.
Experience working with at-risk teens or infants/toddlers is a plus.
Experience working in a trauma-informed care environment or a willingness to learn about trauma-informed care.
Must be well organized, self-motivated, reliable, and able to work independently.
Must have good communication skills and the ability to work with diverse groups and individuals.
Must be flexible, adaptable, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.
Must be professional and able to maintain professional boundaries, while exhibiting empathy and care to the residents.
Must have valid driver’s license and insurance and be willing and able to transport residents and children.
Will have physical demands—will occasionally be required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, must frequently lift or move objects up to 30 pounds, must frequently climb stairs.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Actively promote the mission, goals and image of PHI.
Assist the Executive Director, Director of Clinical Programs, and Resident Care Director in implementing PHI activities and program areas.
Provide support, encouragement, and guidance for residents in all areas, including education, independent living skills, and parenting.
Assist residents in participation in all PHI activities and program areas.
Assist Director of Clinical Programs in enforcing policies and procedures for daily care of residents.
Clean and maintain common areas of home.
Transport residents to and from required activities or medical appointments.
Actively participate in facility upkeep, cleaning, and maintenance.
Prepare meals as written, and actively participate in nutrition and cooking education for residents.
Assist residents with daily routines and chores.
Participate in required trainings and meetings.
Exhibit role model behavior.
Complete all required documentation, including but not limited to: incident reports, accident/illness reports, daily logs, case notes, calendars, and shift notes.
Sort and organize donations.
Intervene in crisis situations to de-escalate and process incidents.
Other duties as assigned.
Please email your resume, cover letter, and three references to INFO@projecthomeindy.org. Your cover letter should explain why you are interested in working at Project Home Indy and why you would excel in this position.
Applicants who do not submit the required materials will not be considered.