Homes for Independent Living (HIL) is improving the way we manage our business as we continue to grow! This exciting position of Service Coordinator is a terrific opportunity to develop and improve the lives of our clients through coordination of client care and program oversight in the Northeast Region supporting the Suamico Area. The Service Coordinator is responsible for the operation of assigned programs in our new programs and growth in the Suamico Area, staffing levels at each assigned program, communicating, and maintaining the coordination of client care plan implementation, and acting as the liaison between the client/guardian, funder case management, and HIL. Primary duties of the Service Coordinator include:
The Service Coordinator is a critical role and must work collaboratively with Operations Management and other company departments that support our operations. Service Coordinator reports to the Client Services Manager who in turn reports to the Regional Director.
Three (3) years of experience working in a long-term care setting required. Two (2) years of supervisory experience or commensurate work experience in the human services or healthcare field preferred. Qualified individuals must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Post high school education is preferred. The successful candidate will demonstrate their ability to adapt to changing priorities, flexibility, autonomy, responsiveness, and must possess a high level of initiative.
Must possess a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and maintain insurance on personal vehicle. Driving record must align with company insurability guidelines. Must be willing to travel to different work locations, meetings, and training sessions.
Homes for Independent Living is proud to be 100% employee owned and a leader in providing high quality care and support to adults with disabilities. We have more than 1,000 employees across Wisconsin committed to making a difference that lasts a lifetime for those we serve in 14 counties and in over 200 residential programs.