Join Our Team

Why you’ll love working here //

Each day is an opportunity to help others and make a difference in your community.
You will be a part of a mission driven, team-based organization that is committed to:

Empowering You

Empowering growth through training, enrichment, and leadership opportunities

Cultivating joy

Cultivating joy and
celebrating one another

Putting People First

Working together to elevate each other

Inspiring innovation

Disrupting the status quo to envision
and create our future

Building Connected RElationships

Fostering partnerships through meaningful sincere interactions

Igniting action

Being a catalyst for change

How to Apply //

Applications are accepted online only: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/browncounty 

If you need an accommodation at any time during the recruitment or hiring process, please inform Brown County Human Resources of your need. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County is an equal opportunity employer working under an affirmative action plan. 

Accountant

Full-Time (32-40 hr/week) Position
Wage: $28.94/hr
Submission Deadline: Continuous untill filled

Your Impact //

  • Assists in the preparation of the Annual Budget.
  • Reviews ADRC department budget reports and prepares a summary of significant actual to budget variances on a monthly basis.
  • Completes the month end and year end closing process for financial statements, including preparation of various journal entries and reviewing the journal entries of others.

If you need an accommodation at any time during the recruitment or hiring process, please inform Brown County Human Resources of your need. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County is an equal opportunity employer working under an affirmative action plan.

Full-Time (32-40 hr/week) Position
Wage: $28.94/hr

Performs a variety of medium to complex accounting functions including the examination, analysis, maintenance, reconciliation, and verification of financial records on an individual department basis as well as a county-wide basis; preparation of reports and financial documents; and collection of data for special projects.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Assists in the preparation of the Annual Budget including compilation of data, data input of departmental line item budgets, analysis and review of departmental line item amounts, and preparation of special financial information as required by Administration or Finance Coordinator. Prepares annual budget for selected department(s).

  • Reviews ADRC departmental budget reports and prepares a summary of significant actual to budget variances on a monthly basis for the Finance Coordinator and ADRC Director.

  • Prepares lead schedules, supporting documentation, and footnotes for assigned areas of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, including research and application of accounting pronouncements.

  • Prepares fiscal year end reconciliations, various spreadsheets, supporting documentation, audit workpapers and schedules for fiscal year end closing process and/or use by the County’s external auditors.

  • Completes the month end and year end closing process for financial statements, including preparation of various journal entries and reviewing the journal entries of others.

  • Communicates with department heads that administer grant awards on a monthly or quarterly basis. Records grant revenue when earned. Oversees reporting of federal and state grant awards for selected departments, computation of accruals for federal and state awards and reconciliation of monthly, quarterly, and/or fiscal year end reports to departmental general ledger accounts.

     

  • Monitors and reviews departmental financial reports on a monthly basis for proper supporting documentation and reconciliation of all accounts; provides assistance to departments in completing reconciliations as needed.

     

  • Performs duties of Accountant Clerk and Finance Coordinator when needed, required during absences or when workloads dictate, including supervision of subordinates when necessary.

     

  • Provides technical direction to accounting staff in the accounting treatment of financial data.

     

  • Assists with financial system software implementations and upgrades. Provides training in the use of the County’s financial software.

     

  • Provides assistance to departmental personnel with financial questions, proper expenditure coding, document processing and other accounting related activities. Attends meetings of the ADRC Board, County Board and committees as requested.

     

  • Prepares and provides to management various statistical and analytical data. Ensures accurate and timely preparation of monthly, annual and other routine or special purpose financial reports and documents.

     

  • Analyzes asset, liability, equity, revenue and expense accounts and performs reconciliations as needed.

     

  • Reconciles ADRC cash handling including correcting journal entries, wire transaction review and bank statement analysis.  Reconciles individual bank accounts for selected departments.

     

  • Ensures that the ADRC’s financial operations conform to pertinent regulations, standards and guidelines and immediately advise any condition that might be considered a material weakness to the Finance Coordinator.

     

  • Ensures that the ADRC’s accounting procedures comply with internal control over financial reporting and immediately advise any condition that might be considered a material weakness to the Finance Coordinator.

     

  • Generates various financial reports from the computer financial system by utilizing the system’s reporting tools.

     

  • Performs related functions as assigned.

     

  • Assists or provides back-up to other department personnel as may be required.

Minimum Qualifications Preferred

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting from an accredited college or university; plus one to two years of experience in accounting and fiscal operations; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, practices, and procedures and of their application to a variety of accounting transactions and problems.

       

    • Knowledge of governmental accounting standards and audit standards for local governments.

       

    • Knowledge of financial data bases and relevant computer applications.

       

    • Knowledge of general office procedures, practices, systems, and equipment as applied to financial operations.

       

    • Skill in preparing financial reports in accurate and timely manner.

       

    • Skill in operating a calculator, as needed.

       

    • Demonstrated ability to apply accounting theory to perform complex analyses and reconciliations.

       

    • Ability to analyze and evaluate accounting problems and to discern those requiring policy determinations by superiors.

       

    • Ability to demonstrate advanced expertise in the use of spreadsheets and databases for use in preparing financial analyses and reports.

       

    • Ability to prepare financial reports and statements in accordance with pre-determined requirements.

       

    • Ability to assume responsibility, work independently, exercise judgment, and demonstrate initiative in performing the duties of the position.

       

    • Ability to plan and organize multiple tasks and establish priorities.

       

    • Ability to complete duties in a timely manner, including ability to work under time pressure to meet deadlines.

       

    • Ability to be flexible and willing to do other tasks when needed.

       

    • Ability to operate and utilize advanced computer software in the creation, design, and input of data, and to print reports from various data bases.

       

    • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

       

    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and personnel from other departments.

       

    • Ability to work the required hours of the position.

    Disability Benefit Specialist

    Full-Time Non-Exempt Position
    Wage: $24.36/hr
    Submission Deadline: Continuous until filled

    Your Impact //

    Provide information, education, advocacy, and assistance to ADRC customers regarding public (Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security) and private benefits to older adults and adults with disabilities in Brown County.

    • Ensure that every story matters through active listening in-person, online, and through the call center.
    • Help to connect eligible customers to programs by evaluating their needs and providing personalized counsel on the benefit programs and options.
    • Regularly perform public outreach and education to customers, professionals, and community partners.

    If you need an accommodation at any time during the recruitment or hiring process, please inform Brown County Human Resources of your need. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County is an equal opportunity employer working under an affirmative action plan.

    Full-Time Non-Exempt Position
    Wage: $24.36/hr

    Provides information, education, advocacy and assistance to persons 60 years of age or older or to adults between the ages of 18 and 60 with a disability regarding public benefits, health care options and coverage, consumer concerns and other related areas; coordinates with other county, community and governmental agencies.

    Major Responsibilities:

    • Advises and counsels persons and their families regarding eligibility rules and application procedures for public benefits; provides information and suggestions by personal meetings and through phone communications; assesses needs of individuals and records actions taken and contact made to ensure progress is made with each consumer.
    • Represents persons as an advocate in adverse decisions made by administrative agencies in regard to public benefits; represents persons in any appeals process in the event of a negative action; counsels with supervisory attorneys about issues and concerns; screens calls for legal counseling and lawyer referral service; provides accurate and timely information in accordance with accepted practices and procedures.
    • Arranges benefit related workshops on topics for the purpose of providing consumers with current and accurate information and resources; arranges facilities for workshop and promotes the function to ensure citizens are aware of the opportunity; meets with attorney or paralegal from region’s legal backup in order to review unit’s work and ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
    • Speaks publicly to groups concerning benefit programs or aging/disability issues; develops educational workshops; prepares informational topics for the media; maintains current knowledge and awareness of benefit programs.
    • Provides information about other community agencies to consumers and makes appropriate referrals; networks with other related agencies and resources for the purpose of establishing effective working relationships and obtaining current information of programs.
    • Develops and updates distributed materials which serve as tools of information and program promotion; reads related materials in an effort to maintain current knowledge of developing and newly established changes in benefit programs, legislation, policies and procedures.
    • Has a “Duty to Report” during a community emergency/disaster according to the ADRC Emergency Preparedness Plan.
    • Participates in the work setting as a team player.
    • Participates in the planning and goal setting efforts of ADRC.

    Minimum Qualifications Preferred

    Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college, preferably in a Human Services related field and two years’ experience in public benefit, benefits counseling, or related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities. Previous experience working with older adults and persons with disabilities preferred.

    Licenses and Certifications:

    • CPR/AED Certification
    • Valid State of Wisconsin driver’s license and a satisfactory motor vehicle record.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    • Knowledge of local community agencies and resources which serve older persons and/or persons with a disability and their families.
    • Ability to understand and practice the confidential nature of the position.
    • Ability to comprehend legal and regulatory information.
    • Ability to clearly articulate complex benefits, rules and regulations in terms that are easily understood.
    • Knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office and effectively navigating the Internet.
    • Ability to communicate effectively to a variety of types of persons both individually and in 4 groups.
    • Ability to communicate effectively both in writing and orally.
    • Ability to apply research techniques to collect and analyze information.
    • Ability to understand and follow administrative structure and appeals processes of the Social Security System, Medicare and other public programs.
    • Ability to assertively advocate on behalf of ADRC consumers.
    • Ability to maintain accurate records and program reporting requirements.

    Resource Specialist

    Full-Time Non-Exempt Position
    Wage: $21.74/hr
    Submission Deadline: Continuous until filled

    Your Impact //

    • Develop, maintain, use, and disseminate comprehensive, reliable, and accurate resources that contain detailed information about the full range of programs services available.
    • Work collaboratively with internal and external partners.
    • Advocate for customer needs and assure service information is complete, up-to-date, and accessible to people with impairments or disabilities.

    If you need an accommodation at any time during the recruitment or hiring process, please inform Brown County Human Resources of your need. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County is an equal opportunity employer working under an affirmative action plan.

    Full-Time Non-Exempt Position
    Wage: $21.74/hr

    Develop, maintain, use and disseminate comprehensive, reliable and accurate resources that contain detailed information about the full range of programs and services available for older people and people with disabilities in the communities served by the ADRC. Works collaboratively with internal and external partners in order to advocate for customer needs, to reduce duplication of effort and to assure service information is complete, up to date and accessible to people with impairments or disabilities that limit access to standard web formats.

    Major Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for the timely edits and updates to agency/program information in Vision Link, SAMS-IR or equivalent database consistent with contract standards for database content and structure.  
    • Accountable for the integrity of program and agency information published on the 211 Community Resource Database and ADRC website that provides services to older adults and adults with disabilities, their caregivers and the general public.
    • Meets with community agencies to educate them on their role and responsibilities in the community resource database and how they can independently update their program information in the most efficient process.  
    • Responds to inquiries by community resource program/agencies regarding appropriateness of inclusion.         
    • Provides training and support to staff accessing information on community resources and handouts i.e. keyword search, tools for searching, assistance in files and location of information.
    • Works collaboratively as a member of the regional Inclusion/Exclusion Committee with United Way 211, Family Services Crisis Center, Help of Door County, Kewanee ADRC/Aging Services and Brown County Network of Care/Trilogy.
    • Chairs the ADRC Resource Committee that reviews and recommends resources and services to be added to the database and updates printed resources for handouts to customers, makes any changes to the printed materials to reflect any additions/corrections/deletions that were suggested by the committee. 
    • Follows up with providers to obtain additional information or clarification regarding programs and services offered. 
    • Updates and maintains an adequate supply of brochures from community resource agencies and assures proper placement inside the ADRC for staff and public use.
    • Reviews and writes a summary of agency services to be included in the resource database and printed materials.  
    • Identify and/or develop customer fact sheets, resource packets, library materials, website and newsletter articles for the purposes of educating customers and caregivers about relevant topics, programs and resources.
    • Creates and produces reports as requested by staff within the capacity of Vision Link and SAMS-IR or an equivalent resource database.
    • Maintains current ADRC community resources in the resource room and throughout the ADRC. Takes and maintains inventory of DVD/CD’s/Videos and books for customer and staff use. 
    • Responsible for responding to staff requests to order additional and educational materials, and researches, reviews, and orders materials within the budget.
    • Participates on special task forces and community committees to assure coordination of services in the community as requested.
    • Provides coordination, tracking, training and support to staff who perform outreach activities in the form of booths and/or public speaking engagements for educational purposes on aging and disability services in the community. 
    • Represents ADRC of Brown County to the community at large through professional interaction, public speaking, media presentations, and participation in community advisory groups as requested.
    • Provides an adequate supply of resource materials and advises staff on information that would be pertinent for the targeted outreach activities and population they may be serving. 
    • Participates in the planning and goal setting efforts of ADRC.

    General

    • Attends and participates in staff development programs, including in-service training and staff meetings. 
    • Complies with applicable federal and state laws, administrative rules, established agency procedures and accepted professional standards. 
    • Participates in the work setting as a team player.
    • Advocates for issues that impact seniors and/or adults with disabilities; represents their concerns within the community; informs customers of programs and legislative issues that affect them.
    • Has a “Duty to Report” during a community emergency/disaster according to the ADRC Emergency Preparedness Plan.
    • Adheres to privacy and confidentiality policies regarding customer and/or personnel information.
    • Completes and maintains required agency documentation.
    • Performs other job-related responsibilities as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications Preferred

    Education and Experience:

    • Two years post-secondary education in a business, information technology or human services related field and/or two years’ experience working with information and referral, human services or social services area, or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
    • Minimum Requirement:  High School Diploma or HSED plus three years of experience in an office environment or other setting which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. 

    Licenses and Certifications:

    • Valid State of Wisconsin driver’s license and a satisfactory motor vehicle record.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    • Ability to maintain high ethical standards and confidentiality in accordance with ADRC, AIRS, Federal and State standards and policies.
    • Knowledge of standards and principles of Information and Assistance including willingness to become certified as an Certified Resource Specialist through AIRS.
    • Knowledge of community resources and referral procedures.
    • Knowledge of planning, organizing and problem solving strategies.
    • Knowledge of public service agencies, laws and regulations governing or affecting aging and community services.
    • Ability to deal tactfully with difficult situations.
    • Ability to proficiently use a computer and related office equipment; demonstrating familiarity with required software and data base programs.
    • Ability to establish priorities.
    • Ability to participate in a work setting as a team player.
    • Knowledge of information and referral practices and procedures.
    • Highly developed organizational skills.
    • Experience in I&R resources and database management.
    • Ability to pay close attention to detail and coordinate various activities simultaneously (multi-task.)
    • Ability to communicate with callers, co-workers, and management staff in a courteous and professional manner.
    • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
    • Must be flexible in a constantly changing environment.
    • High initiative and ability to work with minimal supervision.

    Communications Coordinator

    Full-Time Non-Exempt Position
    Wage: $60,185.00 Annually
    Submission Deadline: Continuous Until Filled

    Your Impact //

    • Provide leadership in marketing, communication, outreach, and donor engagement.
    • Ensure ADRC marketing and communication plans are of high quality and produce outcomes.
    • Take a leadership role in administrative project, building teams, and moving projects forward.

    If you need an accommodation at any time during the recruitment or hiring process, please inform Brown County Human Resources of your need. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County is an equal opportunity employer working under an affirmative action plan.

    Full-Time Non-Exempt Position
    Wage: $60,185.00 Annually

    Provides leadership in marketing, communication, outreach, and donor engagement. Performs varied high-level administrative duties for ADRC Board and agency.  Provides daily leadership and direction to communication and outreach staff to ensure the ADRC Marketing and Communication plans are of high quality and produces outcomes. Takes a leadership role in administrative projects, building teams and moving projects toward desired outcomes.

    • Marketing and Communication
      • Plans, develops, and coordinates agency communication strategy related to marketing, communication, outreach, and donor engagement. 
      • Serves as a contact for media inquiries and requests for information.  
      • Develops and oversees all project workflows, ensuring that all tasks are completed on time and to the highest standards for our marketing, publicity, social media, and email campaigns.
      • Responsible for the creation of marketing materials, such as press releases, social media posts, and website content for clients and company.
      • Monitors and analyze performance data, making recommendations for improvements as needed.
      • Works collaboratively with finance department to prepare annual communication and marketing budget. 
    • Communication and Technology
      • Provides support, guidance project management for the ADRC communication and technology needs.  
      • Works collaboratively with agency units to explore efficiencies created through the agency software and hardware tools. 
      • Works collaboratively with Quality and Reporting Assistance Coordinator to assure grant requirement are tracked, data is collected, and analysis occurs. 
      • Works collaboratively with the Finance Department to ensure software, website, social media and the agency technology budget is accurate and supportive of agency needs. 
    • Volunteer Support
      • Oversees the identification of volunteer needs and match applicants to meet those needs across ADRC programs. 
      • Provides a liaison between ADRC units and volunteers, referring volunteers for further interviewing and exploration of gifts and talents.  
      • Assures consistent and efficient recruitment and administrative processing of volunteers.
      • Assures ADRC volunteers are provided general agency training and orientation preparing them to receive program training in the unit(s) they are matched with. 
    • General
      • Attends and participates in staff development programs, including in-service training and staff meetings. 
      • Complies with applicable federal and state laws, administrative rules, established agency procedures and accepted professional standards. 
      • Participates in the work setting as a team player.
      • Advocates for issues that impact seniors and/or adults with disabilities; represents their concerns within the community; informs customers of programs and legislative issues that affect them.
      • Has a “Duty to Report” during a community emergency/disaster according to the ADRC Emergency Preparedness Plan.
      • Adheres to privacy and confidentiality policies regarding customer and/or personnel information.
      • Performs other job-related responsibilities as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications Required

    Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in business management/communications/journalism/marketing program or a related field and a minimum of five years progressively responsible work with supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities.

    Licenses and Certifications:

    • Valid State of Wisconsin driver’s license and a satisfactory motor vehicle record.
    • AED/CPR Certification

      Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

      • Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
      • Knowledge of Quality Assurance Methods and practices.
      • Superior written and oral communication skills.
      • Advanced knowledge of MS Office and Adobe Suite applications and ability to learn other software utilized by the ADRC.
      • Knowledge of social media outlets and professional use of such tools.
      • Knowledge of ADRC policies, laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the position.
      • Ability to interpret rules and regulations regarding fiscal reporting requirements.
      • Ability to plan, organize, schedule and prioritize work to ensure timely completion.
      • Ability to understand and practice the confidential nature of the position.
      • Ability to proficiently use a computer and related office equipment at a speed and accuracy rate that meets workload demands.
      • Ability to maintain complex records and files.
      • Ability to complete arithmetic calculations.
      • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
      • Ability to work effectively in a team environment with staff and the public.
      • Ability to deal tactfully with difficult situations.
      • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
      • Ability to work under generally safe and comfortable conditions where exposure to environmental factors such as irate individuals, violence and/or crisis may cause discomfort and poses a limited risk of injury

      Caregiver & Prevention Coordinator

      Full-Time Non-Exempt Position
      Wage: $68,598.40 Annually
      Submission Deadline: Continuous Until Filled 

      Your Impact //

      • Plan, develop, implement, and evaluate caregiver, dementia, and prevention programs for older adults and adults with disabilities.
      • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders who impact the dimensions of wellness for ADRC target populations.
      • Advocate for issues that impact seniors and adults with disabilities.
      • Assure partnerships with outside groups and organizations are positive and productive.

      If you need an accommodation at any time during the recruitment or hiring process, please inform Brown County Human Resources of your need. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County is an equal opportunity employer working under an affirmative action plan.

      Full-time non-exempt position
      Wage: $68,598.40 Annually

      Plan, develop, implement and evaluate caregiver, dementia, and prevention programs for older adults, adults with disabilities to retain or improve functioning and to delay or prevent the need for comprehensive long-term care services. Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders who impact the dimensions of wellness for ADRC target populations.  Plans, develops, coordinates, implements and monitors activities and educational programming in the ADRC of Brown County; Advocates for issues that impact seniors and adults with disabilities; assures partnerships with outside groups and organizations are positive and productive.

      Prevention Programing:

      Develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive agency prevention and early intervention plan that impacts the lifestyle and/or behavioral health habits of the aging population, adults with disabilities and their caregivers.

       

      Evaluate the effects of prevention and intervention plan on the health status and health potential of individuals and groups; makes appropriate recommendations.

       

      Collaborate with local public health agencies, community organizations and providers for the purpose of developing partnerships to ensure sustainable prevention programming within the county for ADRC target populations.

       

      Advocate for community change to address the dimensions of wellness that affects the well-being of older adult and disabled populations; participates in community prevention teams and initiatives.  Participates in the prevention community coalition and teams to discuss and implement collaborative community interventions that address needs of aging and disabled populations.

       

      Communicate importance of maximizing health, wellness, and function for older adults and persons with disabilities, especially those with chronic health conditions.

       

      Research potential grant funding sources that support implementation of evidence-based and non-evidenced based prevention programs; prepare grant applications to fund current and new programs.

       

      Provide education and training about health, wellness and prevention to ADRC staff to ensure information can be shared with consumers and caregivers.

       

      Recruit, train, manage and support volunteers based on program curriculum requirements and ADRC policy and procedures related to volunteer guidelines and confidentiality. 

       

       

      Caregiving Programs

      Plan, develop, and evaluate caregiver programs that impact the independence and support needs for those caring for a partner, spouse, parent or other family member.

       

      Coordinate ADRC Caregiving and Dementia programs to assure effective program operations, collaborative activities, and customer support.

       

      Network with community organizations and providers for the purpose of developing partnerships to ensure sustainable AFCSP/NFCSP, Dementia Care Specialist, and Independent Living programming within the county for ADRC target populations.

       

      Monitor AFCSP/NFCSP annual allocation, approve utilization, and report data to the ADRC Finance Department.

       

      Complete annual assessment, strategic planning and goal setting activities for ADRC Caregiving programs and special pilot projects

       

      Supervise, plan, schedule, assign and manage work among prevention staff, volunteers and students.

       

      General Responsibilities:

      Develop policies and procedures related to ADRC Prevention, Caregiver and Socialization programs and activities.

       

      Represent and promote ADRC to the community at large through professional interaction, public speaking, media presentations, and participation in community advisory groups as requested.

       

      Complete required documentation, using appropriate narrative, data entry, and/or spreadsheet format including consumer records, outreach and program reports.

       

      Complete and maintain required agency documentation including 100% Time Reporting for federal Medicaid administrative match activities.

       

      Attend and participate in staff development programs, including in-service training, staff meetings, and professional seminars.  

       

      Comply with applicable federal and state laws, administrative rules, established agency procedures and accepted professional standards.

       

      Participate in the planning and goal setting efforts of ADRC. Participates on Team Forward, agency Interdisciplinary Coordinators Committee, to help contribute to the overall agency vision, mission, goals and quality assurance programs/projects.

       

      Participate in the work setting as a team player.

       

      Has a “Duty to Report” during a community emergency/disaster according to the ADRC Emergency Preparedness Plan.

       

      Perform other related duties as required or assigned

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

      Education and Experience:

      Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in health education, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, vocational rehabilitation, human services or other closely related field or any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

      A minimum of two years experience working with people who are age sixty and older or adults with disabilities.

      Licenses and Certifications:

      Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License acceptable driving record, and have access to private transportation for work-related duties

      AED/CPR Certification

      Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

      Knowledge and understanding of aging, disabilities, health, education and human service program practices, planning and administration.

      Knowledge of the various professional and clinical disciplines working in the areas of aging, disabilities, health and human services

      .Knowledge of caregiving relationships, stressors, and needs.

      Knowledge of dementia, the disease process, and program’s ability to impact the caregiver.

      Knowledge of meeting facilitation.

      Knowledge of evidence-based prevention programs for aging adults and adults with disabilities

      Knowledge of applicable resources throughout the community

      Knowledge of program planning and implementation.

      Knowledge of recruitment, management, and training of volunteers.

      Knowledge of community, organizations and support centers.

      Knowledge of computer and applications and usage.

      Ability to successfully build community relations

      Ability to plan programs and monitor progress.

      Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, county agencies, departments, providers and the public.

      Ability to understand and maintain confidentiality of files and information.

      Ability to organize and prioritize work.

      Ability to deal tactfully with difficult situations.

      Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

      Ability to work the required hours of the position.

      Our Vision

      All people are valued, celebrated, and connected to a life of possibilities.

      Our Mission

      Empower and enrich the lives of older adults, adults with disabilities and their caregivers.

      Our Values

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      We Put People First

      Every Story Matters. We work to elevate each other.

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      Cultivate Joy

      We live our passion and share gratitude in everything we do.
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      Build Connected Relationships

      We foster partnerships through meaningful sincere interactions, together we are stronger.
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      Inspire Innovation

      We disrupt the status quo to envision and create our future.

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      Ignite Action

      We drive change that we want to see in our community.
      We are the spark that lift people and ideas off the ground.
      We are a catalyst for change.