Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City
Senior Care Coordinator Job Description
Part-Time: 20 hours/week/flexible for a total of 80 hours/month
The Senior Care Coordinator will be an important member of the Jewish Federation professional team. The Senior Care Committee, along with the Jewish Federation Board, will measure the success of the professional by his/her personal outreach to seniors, ability to engage seniors in meaningful ways through a variety of program opportunities, ability to maintain data on seniors reached, and ways in which seniors have been served.
The Senior Care Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Jewish Federation’s outreach to seniors in the Jewish community in the following ways:
- Developing and maintaining direct relationships with seniors in the Jewish community along with spouses/children/caregivers of seniors – including in-person visits, phone calls and food deliveries;
- Coordinating outreach and deliveries to seniors;
- Coordinating and developing volunteers to help with program delivery;
- Creating and implementing virtual and in-person programs – Chai on Life - throughout the year;
- Working with Committee members to create and disseminate a quarterly newsletter based on senior interests and needs;
- Maintaining timely data on the program impact throughout the year;
- Creating reports to share with leadership and donors as needed per the Executive Director and/or Assistant Executive Director; and
- Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director or her designee.
Delivery of Services Include:
- Regular home visitations and phone calls for safety checks and for companionship.
- Hospital visits.
- Help with medical forms and trips to doctors’ offices.
- Help identify and confirm senior services in the community.
- Transportation coordination to be able to attend services, programs or to get to the grocery store.
- Deliver chicken soup and hallah to those who are ill or homebound.
- 3-5 years in a related field (Master’s degree in social work or related field preferred but not required).
- Knowledge of needs of aging seniors.
- Understanding of and respect for Jewish values and traditions.
- Strong communication and organizational skills.
- Knowledge of/ability to learn community resources, federal and state programs, along with willingness to network in the professional community and the Jewish community.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office software.
Applications may be submitted to email@example.com with the subject line “Senior Care Coordinator Position.” Applicants need to submit a resume including academic background, minimum of last five-years of work employment and three current work references.