Every member of our team is vital to the process of helping a child get better and supporting the caregivers along the way. Great Heights needs a Care Coordinator who understands that quality, professionalism, and compassion are important in every aspect of services. Applicants should have excellent communication skills, both oral and written, strong problem-solving skills, and efficient organization skills.
We are requiring this position be filled by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). If you are a graduate student or have graduated, and you are working on getting your supervised clinical hours that are required, we can provide these supervised hours.
For a LCSW, the requirements are three years, full-time supervised experience. It is a minimum of 3,000 post-degree hours.
We would also accept a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) for this position.
For candidates pursuing licensure, we have supervision available.
The position is hourly.
This position sometimes requires travel to other offices & in-home.
Bi-lingual is a plus.
The care coordinator has a minimum of a master’s degree, preferably in social work or a related field, and at least one year of experience working in human services. If you are in the process of getting your master’s degree, we may still consider you for the position.
Care coordination involves those duties necessary to assist patients in the intake process and on-going coordination for the delivery of services by Great Heights. In the performance of these services, Great Heights will rely upon Care Coordinator to work such number of hours as is reasonably necessary to provide the highest quality of service.
The Care Coordinator will reflect and promote the values and missions of Great Heights when carrying out all workplace responsibilities. The primary role of the Care Coordinator is to manage the daily operations of the practice, including but not limited to;
- Handling first contact with client families
- Completing intake paperwork
- Assisting in filling out insurance forms
- Processing and filing patient records
- Assisting with funding authorizations
- Scheduling and conducting tours
- Connecting families to the information or an appropriate Great Heights professional for assistance
- Assist in wrapping services around patients and caregivers to help combat barriers to treatment
- Assist in staff care for mental health wellbeing
- Assist with staff development as needed
About Great Heights ABA
Every member of our team is vital to the process of helping a child get better and supporting the caregivers along the way.
Our dedicated team and compassionate approach focus on renewing hope and inspiring the unimaginable for those with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Care, respect, teamwork, continuous learning, and appreciation are the foundational values that we instill in everything we do. These principles guide our commitment to the success of each and every child.
Progress is the result of a proven approach. Applied behavior analysis is a scientific discipline that focuses on the application of learning principles to change behavior.
We know how challenging and overwhelming an autism diagnosis can be for families. Great Heights is a place of hope. We commit to building a brighter future with you.