(The way that the position contributes to and impacts on the organization)
The Home Care Coordinator provides and coordinates individualized care and resources to
elders, disabled and others so that they may continue to live in their homes and in the
Home Care may include transportation, house cleaning, personal hygiene,
providing meals, and other health and wellness related activities.
The Home Care Coordinator is also responsible for managing and administering the Home Care
The Coordinator will maintain confidential client files and budget and program
The Coordinator will prepare and present reports and information as required.
The Home Care Coordinator will manage and distribute resources effectively, and will ensure that all
Home Care is provided in a caring and respectful way in keeping with all relevant policies and
procedures and Above and Beyond Premier Home Care Services™, LLC.
Standards. The Home Care Coordinator will liaise with other community services and resources to ensure
that other resources are involved, if required.
The Coordinator will also provide information and
education to individuals and groups in the community, as required and requested.
Failure to provide adequate services may put elders and others at risk and/or force elders to move
from their homes before they are prepared to do so.
RESPONSIBILITIES (Major responsibilities and target accomplishments expected of the position including the typical problems
encountered in carrying out the responsibilities.)
Administer the Home Care Program in order to ensure that the program is delivered in an
appropriate, caring and respectful manner
Ensure that care is provided according to all relevant policies, procedures and
Ensure that Home Care Workers are trained to administer the required care
monitor and evaluate all tasks of the Home Care Worker and the program
Monitor supplies and resources
Identify persons requiring home care and client needs
Make recommendations for changes and improvements to the program, as required
schedule work assignments with regard to Home Care Worker training and
Discuss any concerns with the supervisor
Coordinate Case Management Main Activities
Ensure that all members needing care are identified
Coordinate appropriate care and equipment including other community resources, as
Establish and maintain a current, accurate, confidential client reporting system
Provide information to other health care professionals, as required
Consult with family members and other supports to ensure that care is on-going and
that all client needs are identified and met
Provide individualized home care Main Activities
Provide Home Care to elders, disabled persons, and others in the community with
Provide Home Care including general housekeeping, personal hygiene
Transport Home Care clients to appointments and activities
Assist with exercises, physiotherapy and other medical plans
Monitor blood pressure and other physical conditions, as required
Follow medical instructions carefully and consistently
Organize time and resources based on the individual needs of clients
Manage any unanticipated events or unstable situations
Coordinate community resources and supports Main Activities
Encourage clients and families to be involved in care, if appropriate
Encourage clients and families to take responsibility for care, if appropriate
Liase with all family, medical and other resources, as required
Advocate on behalf of clients for additional service and resources, as required
Establish and maintain current, accurate, confidential files for each client
Educate clients, families and support systems about the Home Care Program –what
can be provided and when to access other resources
Perform other related duties as required
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
(The knowledge, skills and attitudes required for satisfactory job performance)
The Home Care Coordinator requires knowledge of:
proper home care techniques including house cleaning, feeding and personal hygiene
appropriate Home Care interventions
services and resources in the community
staff and program management and evaluation
all relevant legislation, policies and practices
first aid and CPR
The incumbent must demonstrate the following skills:
CNA License is preferred
team building skills
analytical and problem solving skills
decision making skills
effective verbal and listening communications skills
stress management skills
time management skills
financial management skills
human resources management skills
strong interpersonal skills
conflict resolution skills
well developed organizational
excellent communication skills
demonstrate good decision making in dealing with safety and other medical issues
The incumbent must maintain strict confidentiality in performing the duties of Day Care Worker.
The incumbent must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:
possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
demonstrate sound work ethics
be consistent and fair
be compassionate and understanding
be flexible, adaptable and able to work effectively in a variety of settings
respect cultural differences
work independently with little supervisor
work effectively as a member of a team
(The unavoidable, externally imposed conditions under which the work must be performed and which create
hardship for the incumbent including the frequency and duration of occurrence of physical demands, environmental
conditions, demands on one’s senses and metal demands.)
(The nature of physical effort leading to physical fatigue)
The Home Care Coordinator is required to safely lift and move clients, and may be required to
bathe and /or clean clients.
The Coordinator may be required to administer interventions and
treatments that cause discomfort to the client or to themselves.
The Coordinator will often work in the client’s home and must practice clean, safe care to eliminate the possibility of infection or cross contamination between clients, family members and/or themselves.
(The nature of adverse environmental conditions affecting the incumbent)
The Home Care Coordinator spends some time in their office, and some time in client homes.
The Coordinator may be dealing with patients with potentially infectious conditions.
They must be extremely careful to ensure that all medications, treatments and activities are completed safely
so as to ensure the safety of all clients, families, the community and themselves.
The Home Care Coordinator may be required to drive in winter conditions and make visits during periods of cold
(The nature of demands on the incumbent’s senses)
The Home Care Coordinator will be exposed to sights and sounds associated with clients who
are ill and injured.
They may also find a variety of conditions and circumstances as they visit
clients in their homes.
The incumbent will be exposed to unpleasant odors in providing health
The incumbent must make acute use of the senses in assessing health care needs such as
hearing (listening for heart, lung and abdominal sounds), visual to look for symptoms of illness,
touch in palpitation of clients and manual dexterity and smell to detect unusual odors from
wounds and physical surroundings
(Conditions that may lead to mental or emotional fatigue)
The Home Care Coordinator is faced with stress from dealing with clients and family members
who may be stressed and difficult to work with.
Stress is caused by the fact that the Coordinator
must work independently in unfamiliar and uncontrolled situations.
There is significant emotional stress in providing care for clients who are dying and providing support for their
Stress is also caused by the need to manage and evaluate staff and program issues.
You will be required to perform on-call duties as needed, complete shifts of caregivers if they call out for any reason.
Location/Region: Aurora, CO (80013)