$3,835 to $5,802
Under the general direction of the Associate Director, Client and Family Services, the Projects Coordinator is responsible for planning, coordinating and assisting in conducting a variety of audits and related activities on behalf of service coordination; and additional special projects as assigned. Such audits include but are not limited to: Case Record Documentation Compliance, the coordination of efforts to update the Programs and Services Manual, assist in the development and provision of trainings, assist in the development and implementation of activities surrounding Self-Determination, etc. The position will assist with the respective data collection, aggregation, analysis and the preparation of all required reports. Audits are coordinated and conducted in accordance with established law, regulations, protocols and procedures.
To perform effectively in this position the Project Coordinator will have ongoing knowledge of principles, techniques and trends of service coordination and the ability to effectively utilize and apply this knowledge. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with professional staff as well as resolve conflicts and be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; assist with the gathering of data and record such data systematically; prepare clear, accurate and concise reports, including the analysis and interpretation of statistical data. Position also requires the ability to recognize and analyze situations accurately and make prompt and effective recommendations, work effectively in a fast-paced environment, and manage multiple projects.
Education & Experience
Bachelor’s degree in social, behavioral or life science or special education is required and demonstrated commitment to continuing education via post-graduate work toward a degree or certification. A minimum of four years professionally related experience, including a minimum of two years direct experience with the regional center.
The incumbent must have documented superior work performance and demonstrated initiative by taking on additional projects or volunteer activities that support the mission of the Center.
Valid California driver’s license, current automobile insurance and adequate transportation to fulfill the position responsibility are also required.
Bilingual English/Spanish required.
Deadline is Friday, March 22, 2019.
Submit Requests to:
Human Resources Department
Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center
3303 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Los Angeles, California 90010