Do you love seniors and enjoy helping them get the most out of life?  Then this position may be the right one for you. The Client Care Coordinator's main responsibility is to improve our senior clients' level of engagement, quality of life, happiness, and comfort!  The Client Care Coordinator is expected to perform a variety of duties that relate to care for our senior clients, including care consultations with potential clients and family members, client/CAREGiver introductions and quality assurance visits with existing clients. He or she continuously evaluates the plan through a series of ongoing communications and visits to ensure high quality care, client satisfaction and increased client engagement.
Improve our senior clients' level of engagement, quality of life, happiness, and comfort!
Meet with potential clients and family members to discuss their needs and provide solutions in the form of a service plan.
Conduct Service Inquiries and Care Consultations as needed following the consultative sales process
Maintain ongoing communication and a consistent follow-up schedule with potential clients and families who have yet to commit to service.
Work with other team members to coordinate various aspects of a client's care.
Conduct client/CAREGiver introductions with every new client and with every new CAREGiver.
Create and maintain client and responsible party records documenting all quality assurance meetings.
Recognize and pursue opportunities to modify service plans to best support the ongoing needs of clients through a quality assurance program.
Demonstrate open and effective communication with clients, family members, the franchise owner, colleagues and CAREGivers, and referral providers/care providers.
Work with clients and their families on the various issues that may arise to ensure they are getting resolution to issues as well as receiving the services needed.
One year experience in home care, health care or senior-related industry required, an equivalent combination of education and work experience may be considered.
Must possess a valid driver's license and reliable transportation
Willingness to travel in the community with clients majority of the work day
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Must have an understanding of and uphold the policies and procedures established by Northern Kentucky Home Health Care, LLA DBA Home Instead Senior Care
Must demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to listen effectively
Must have the ability to work independently, maintain confidentiality of information and meet deadlines
Must demonstrate effective interpersonal skills as well as sound judgment and good decision-making skills
Must demonstrate discretion, integrity and fair-mindedness consistent with office standards, practices, policies and procedures
Must demonstrate knowledge of the senior care industry
Must have the ability to organize and prioritize daily, monthly, quarterly and yearly work
Must have the ability to establish good working relationships with the franchise owner, office colleagues, CAREGivers and the community
Must have the ability to present a professional appearance and demeanor
Must have the ability to operate office equipment
Must be patient and congenial on the telephone
Must have computer skills and be proficient in Excel and Word
Must have the availability to work evenings or weekends as required
Must have the ability to perform duties in a professional office setting
Must have the ability to work as a part of a team
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Each Home Instead franchise is independently owned and operated.
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.