Submission Number: 591
Submission ID: 17627
Submission UUID: ba0810e5-80d6-4582-bf81-4fb3d575fb83

Created: Fri, 11/12/2021 - 13:47
Completed: Fri, 11/12/2021 - 13:47
Changed: Mon, 11/29/2021 - 15:42

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Submitted by: kccned
Language: English

Is draft: No

Company Information

Columbus Colony Housing, Inc

Job Information

Columbus Colony Housing, Inc. Position: Service Coordinator

Job Description and Worker Characteristics: Service coordinators, as a valuable member of Columbus Colony Housing (CCH) management team, provide critical services to enhance functional and self-sufficiency capabilities of Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Hearing senior citizens and People with Disabilities in affordable housing communities at Columbus Colony Housing I and Columbus Colony Housing II.
Role: To link the residents to supportive services and external community resources to maintain their independence while preventing premature admission to cost prohibitive institutionalized care, save taxpayer dollars by assisting residents age in place, and appropriately benefit from independent living within affordable housing at Columbus Colony Housing I & II (CCH). Assisting Facility Manager with supporting individual resident needs, as need and assigned.
Job Duties:
• Upholds evidence based best practices, expectation of roles, scope of practice, and implementation of duties per American Association of Service Coordinators ( and is not to perform any mental health or social work duties that is outside of ethical boundaries affiliated with service coordinator discipline.
• Assessing needs and providing emotional support, compassionate response, and accompaniment, if appropriately determined by service coordinator, to empower CCH residents in need of service coordination, facilitation of linkage to external community resources with appropriate providers, crisis intervention, advocacy, safety planning, and coordination of care.
• Provision of assistance with placement of phone calls and transliteration services to access and secure necessary services pertaining to medical services from doctor’s offices, billing/insurance coordination needs, job training services, advocacy/educational and empowerment services related to past/present crime victimization, transportation, applications for benefits and entitlement programs, external home care and benefits, living wills, legal issues and additional needs as identified by CCH residents.
• Development and management of Service Coordinator’s resource guide to enhance service coordination including an education to increase knowledge in accessing resources, implementation of linkage, facilitation, and advocacy for adequate, timely, and cost-effective provision of services with strong ethical practices and in good standing.
• Fosters and collaborative working relationships with statewide organizations such as Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, Franklin County Developmental Disabilities, Office of Aging, Adult Protection Services, Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities, Ohio Alliance of Community Centers for the Deaf, Citizens for Deaf Culture, Deaf Women of Ohio, Ohio Deaf-Blind Association, Ohio Association for the Deaf, Ohio School for the Deaf, Ohio School for the Deaf Alumni Association, and statewide specialized service, mental health, and anti-violence organizations, local law enforcement, and additional organizations to promote a strong network of multidisciplinary representatives united in effective response to needs of residents at CCH.
• Serves as main point of contact (POC) in preparation, coordination, and establishment of health, educational, and empowerment workshops, with community partners, to enhance functionality including safety information to enhance independent living experience at CCH.
• Collaborates with CCH Manager, as part of management team to reduce apartment turnover and damage by intervening and assisting with resolution and lease violations; and facilitate a stronger sense of safe and healthy community within CCH through service coordination and prevention/intervention workshops to decrease crime victimization incidents thereby increasing marketability of CCH as an optimal living environment for senior citizens and people with disabilities.
• Maintaining necessary service coordination documentation for HUD grants and/any future grants to support service coordination activities.
• Maintains professional and technical knowledge to enhance best practices in service coordination roles, duties, and scope of practice by attending continuing education workshops, conferences, reviewing professional publications, establishing professional networks including board service, taskforce, and advisory groups.
• Participation in supervisory meetings with OSDAA Board and team meetings with CCH Manager and CCH representatives for maximum success of service coordination services for CCH residents.
• Maintains professional behavior by respecting and upholding the confidentiality of CCH residents during on/off working hours as service coordinator.
• Maintains strict confidentiality of practices and processes of HUD grant activities during employment status as Columbus Colony Service Coordinator.
Note: Supervisor, Facility Manager, will assign individualized scope of duties to CCH Service Coordinator as appropriate.

Fluent in American Sign Language (mandatory)

Resume Information

Liberal Arts

Application Information

You may apply through Indeed or email your resume directly to Kandace Frink.