Title: Program Coordinator-Elder Abuse Program
Location: Upper East Side
Org Unit: Elder Abuse
Exemption Status: Exempt
Provides programmatic and operational support to the NYC Elder Abuse Center. This role also provides case consultations and outreach and training.
- Provides clinical case consultations to Adult Protective Services (APS) staff and other professionals, as needed.
- Coordinates the triage and presentation of cases for review by the Center’s multidisciplinary team.
- Provides limited direct services to victims and family, friends/neighbors, including home visits, in cases when other referrals and resources are unavailable.
- Conducts outreach and training in order to establish a system for collaborative referrals, consultations and services, as well as improve service provisions to victims.
- Participates in trainings and workshops on multidisciplinary approaches to address elder abuse at city, state and nation-wide forums.
- Collects, tracks and reports on data. Assists in the development of programs and policies based on analysis of data and identification of needs.
- Schedules and coordinates meetings as needed
- Attends and participates in professional development activities and elder abuse network meetings and events. Represents NYCEAC at community meetings.
- May be responsible for supervision of program clinicians.
LMSW or equivalent desired.
Approximately 3 years of related experience coordinating specialty programs.
Knowledge of elder abuse and aging; familiarity with NYC’s elder abuse, aging and adult protective service systems
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Strong communicator. Ability effectively collaborate with students, colleagues and external constituents. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Must be a self-starter who is very organized and can work independently.
Licenses and Certifications
Working Conditions/Physical Demands
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