Manage and oversee the Senior Care Act (SCA) program. Provide program oversight, critical program decision making and staff supervision for the SCA program. Serve as SCA program subject matter expert, provide supervision and training to staff. Work closely with the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS), Quality Review staff to ensure compliance with state regulations, guidelines and program policies. Engages in ongoing communication with Butler and Harvey County regarding SCA services. Ensure compliance with the SCA contract with the state of Kansas, and provide oversight of the sub-contract with Butler County. Provide hiring recommendations, supervise and evaluate program staff. Conduct assessments, plan of care development, and management of services for persons 60 years of age and older, allowing the consumer to age in place in the community. Monitor the SCA funding process; write and renew contracts; and monitor SCA in-home services. Valid State of Kansas driver s license and proof of automobile insurance. Full-time. Annual salary: $43,700.80
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Provide program oversight and coordination of transition focused services for older adults and individuals with disabilities seeking transition from nursing facilities to the community. This includes provision of options counseling for all referrals to ensure comprehensive discussion of individual’s unique situation, resources and goals. Transition services includes determination of eligibility, Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) screening and coordination of referral and access to services available. Provide referrals to core service providers including community services, Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) staff, Assistive Technology of Kansas (ATK), Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC), housing providers and others as needed. Responsible for tracking client data, expenditures, service provision and outcomes. Ensure that budget is tracked and services are provided within the program guidelines and funding allocated. Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Social work, gerontology, psychology or related field. Two years of experience in social services field focused on working with older adults and individuals with physical disabilities. Per Sedgwick County policy, this is a driving level position that requires a valid State of Kansas driver’s license without restrictions and current proof of automobile insurance. Full-time. Hourly wage: $19.64
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Provide ramp and/or lift accessible passenger transportation in a safe, professional and timely manner. Part-time: Varied: 6am - 6:30pm, Mon - Fri; Hourly wage: $12.90
Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent. Two (2) years commercial driving or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Experience using navigation equipment such as GPS devise used in automobiles. Valid State of Kansas Driver’s License, and proof of automobile insurance. All candidates must obtain Valid Dept. of Transportation (DOT) physical exam medical card qualifying individual to drive a commercial vehicle upon contingent offer. careers.sedgwickcounty.org to create a candidate profile, sign up for job alerts and apply for positions.