Health Home Care Coordinator (Open Until Filled)

Position Health Home Care Coordinator
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description The Family Behavioral Health System provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based therapeutic services and supports to families and children with complex therapeutic needs. Family Behavioral Health Services are delivered primarily in the client’s home or community and are designed to reinforce the strengths of the family to prevent the out-of-home placement of a child or prepare for the return home of a child from out-of-home care. Services focus on empowering the family to effectively use their strengths and abilities to address their needs and challenges with the primary goals of supporting them to become self-sufficient and to strengthen their relationships with community and natural supports that can sustain their long term success.

Position Description:

The Health Home Care Coordinator will work directly with patients with severe and chronic medical conditions in order to reduce Emergency Room Visits and medical crisis. Provide services to children/youth and their families in assessing need for and accessing necessary medical, behavioral health and supportive services.  This position performs the duties for individuals who are high-cost, high need individuals with co-occurring serious and chronic medical conditions and behavioral health conditions.  Ensures completion of necessary medical and mental health assessments; assists patients in the identification of individual medical goals; teams with other professionals and supports to establish a coordinated plan of care; and works to ensure the success of that plan.

Essential Functions:

Convene and facilitate multidisciplinary teams as indicated to address the full breadth of medical, clinical and social service needs.  Team members may include physicians, occupational and physical therapists, RN’s and ARNP’s, mental health and chemical dependency providers, family members, housing supports and other professional and natural supports.

Assess patient for medical, mental health and chemical dependency risk factors, health status, self-management skills and confidence level, knowledge of health care needs and knowledge of prescribed medications.  Includes administration of a brief health screening, including physical, mental and chemical dependency questionnaires.

Assist patient in developing a Health Action Plan (HAP).  Incorporate patient support system and cultural norms into the plan.  Update the plan as needed or required.

Assist patient in implementing their plan.  Includes identification of and strategies to overcome barriers, and assisting with access to services.

Actively facilitate transition back to the community for patient admitted to a hospital or residential treatment facility.  Includes development of a transition/discharge plan that includes patient education that supports discharge care needs, medication management, follow-up appointments, and self-management of chronic or acute conditions.

Document all interactions with the patient and others involved in their care.

Navigate and manage multiple, confidential health care information system to include; Insignia, Pre-Manage, Prism and Care Manager. This requires an experienced level of data entry and navigation of various medical based sites used to gather and assess risk and needs.

Organize a large volume of referrals and enrolled families utilizing the tools in the Electronic Health Record.

Other duties as assigned.

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Aluminum Welder/Fabricator (Closes 3/31/17)

Position Aluminum Welder/Fabricator
Employer All American Marine, Inc.
Job Description SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS:
Welding and fabrication of aluminum components and sub-assemblies

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Receive instructions, prints, and drawings for tasks specific to a job. Plan details of working procedures to accomplish task and plan out tool and material requirements.
2. Fabricates parts by cutting, grinding, and welding aluminum. Work using welding techniques and appropriate welding equipment.
3. Cleans and prepares surfaces to be welded. Sets up, assembles, and tacks weld parts.
4. Safely uses shop equipment to cut assemblies and material to size and shape.
5. Performs all functions in a careful and safe manner while always keeping an eye out for others in the area.
6. Keeps equipment and work area clean and orderly.
7. Work 40 hours + per week and occasional overtime as needed.
8. Able to lift and carry 50lb loads up and down steps; work at heights; work in confined spaces.

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Project Manager (Closes 3/31/17)

Position Project Manager
Employer All American Marine, Inc.
Job Description SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS:
Ensures assigned projects are managed and built in accordance with the design specifications, to the United States Coast Guard or other regulatory agencies (when applicable), and All American Marine standards. In conjunction with the Production Manager, coordinates construction of an assigned project on time and on budget. Works with Production Manager to ensure details of an assigned project are disseminated between crafts. Reviews bids for prospective jobs. Acts as liaison, along with Technical Manager, Production Manager and QA, to the USCG and/or other regulatory agencies before, during, and after the boat construction process. Primary contact for handling warranty issues that come up with customers post-production on the jobs assigned as Project Manager. Acts as the “eyes and ears” for the CEO on any assigned project.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensures assigned projects are managed and built in accordance with the design specifications, to the United States Coast Guard or other regulatory agencies (when applicable), and All American Marine standards. In conjunction with the Production Manager, coordinates construction of an assigned project on time and on budget. Works with Production Manager to ensure details of an assigned project are disseminated between crafts. Reviews bids for prospective jobs. Acts as liaison, along with Technical Manager, Production Manager and QA, to the USCG and/or other regulatory agencies before, during, and after the boat construction process. Primary contact for handling warranty issues that come up with customers post-production on the jobs assigned as Project Manager. Acts as the “eyes and ears” for the CEO on any assigned project.

1. Responsible for carrying each assigned project to completion on time and on budget.
2. Keeps the CEO informed, on a proactive basis, of any major deviations from the budget or timeline on an assigned project.
3. Examine bid and vessel specifications prior to contract negotiations and providing input to the boat designer and the rest of the Management Team.
4. Liaison with customer on an assigned project regarding all issues dealing with the construction of the vessel, (e.g. clarification of the specifications, proposing and pricing appropriate change orders).
5. Provides oversight and guidance, in conjunction with Production Manager, to Craft Supervisors and supporting services on assigned projects.
6. Establish goals, objectives, and milestones, in coordination with Production Manager, on assigned projects.
7. Works with the Production Manager to develop a detailed and company, cost-efficient production schedule for the assigned project consistent with established labor categories, craft departments, and the Production Resource Schedule.
8. Develops and documents all Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs); secures signatures of customer, CEO, and boat designer, (where applicable); updates specifications and material lists for ECPs; and communicates ECP information to the Production Manager, Technical Manager, and Craft Supervisors.
9. Updates “drawings” file for assigned projects and posts to network archives.
10. Reviews purchase requisitions/orders on assigned projects and assists Purchasing Manager on vendor selection and pricing for component parts/services on assigned projects.
11. Reviews details of actual costs assigned to the specific, assigned project for accuracy and for future usage.
12. Reviews and analyzes, periodic project progress reports provided by the Production Manager
13. Is the company liaison, in conjunction with QA, to the USCG, or other regulatory bodies, for production inspections, final inspections, and certification documentation on the assigned project.
14. Gives guidance to the Quality Assurance Inspector on parameters for inspecting boat construction to be in compliance with regulatory requirements and boat specifications.
15. Act as a reference source for technical or production questions from the AAM crew or customers on an assigned project.
16. Responsible for handling warranty issues once a completed job has been handed over from production.
17. Keeps abreast of current AAM and industry boat building techniques.
18. Performs other activities required to accomplish the mission, goals and objectives of All American Marine as defined by the CEO.

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Marine systems/Electrical Designer (Closes 3/31/17)

Position Marine systems/Electrical Designer
Employer All American Marine, Inc.
Job Description SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS:
Assists with and develops CAD and 3D models and drawings, documented plans, and designs in conjunction with the Project Managers and the company’s Naval Architect/Marine Engineer, for the practical installation of various mechanical, electrical and interior systems within vessels being constructed. Drawings, plans, and specifications are subject to approval by the company’s professional Naval Architect/Engineer, and subject to approval by the customer as coordinated with the Project Manager.
Interface with the Craft Supervisors, Project Managers, Technical Manager, and Naval Architect.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Develop and outline mechanical systems plans, drawings and designs, inclusive of parts and quantities, for contracted jobs.
2. Develop and outline piping systems plans, drawings and designs, inclusive of parts and quantities, for contracted jobs.
3. Develop and outline electrical systems plans, drawings and designs, inclusive of parts and quantities, for contracted jobs.
4. Develop and outline interior systems plans, drawings and designs, inclusive of parts and quantities, for contracted jobs.
5. Provide other technical drawings where needed or dependent upon circumstances.
6. Provide technical assistance to, and act as a resource base, for production crew.
7. Organize and maintain drawings and bid sections of network archives.
8. Assists with USCG or other regulatory agency monitoring or compliance functions.

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