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LifePath, Inc Well-Being Coordinator in Greenfield, Massachusetts

GREENFIELD - Well-Being Coordinator LifePath is a mission-driven, collaborative, and community-focused human services agency seeking a Wellbeing Coordinator to join our caring and compassionate team! In this full-time (35 hr/wk), hybrid role based in Greenfield, the Wellbeing Coordinator works with older adults who would benefit from a coordinated approach to living independently in the community with a focus on enhancing overall well-being. The Coordinator helps individuals develop practical solutions and access needed resources. A strengths-based approach is used to work in partnership with the client to assess needs, create a plan for living well, expand formal and informal supports, and strategize ways to overcome barriers. Service coordination focuses on addressing underlying issues that may impact well-being and working in coordination with others. This position may also provide fee-based care coordination using the same consumer directed, strengths-based approach. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor degree in social work or related field; two years\' experience working with older adults or two years of home-based casework with individuals with mental health/behavioral health challenges preferred. Strong Clinical Skills: Conducts person-centered assessments, sets and monitors goals, and implements treatment plans. Emotional Intelligence & Empathy: Shows understanding and care in responding to the emotional state and ideas of another person. Coaching: understands the change process and works with an individual to make change. Communication & Interpersonal Skills: Listens and conveys information verbally and in writing to a wide range of people. Critical Thinking & Problem Solving: Objectively analyzes and evaluates information to make informed decisions and formulates plans based on knowledge of resources and person-centered options. Time Management & Flexibility: Ability to manage time effectively, prioritize tasks, set goals, develop systems for achieving those goals and meet deadlines. Documentation & Computer Proficiency: Navigates electronic database and writes clinical notes; intermediate application of Google suite skills; competence in virtual platforms such as Zoom/Google Meets. Cultural Sensitivity: Shows respect and is responsive to the values, beliefs, practices, and experiences of others. \$21.60 -\$24.00 per hour commensurate with experience. LifePath offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401k, generous paid time off, HRA, FSA, EAP, and 6% pay differential for bilingual individuals. LifePath is deeply committed to the principles of equity, diversity and inclusiveness. Bilingual, minorities, women and candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EOE/AA ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Assesses individual\'s strengths, interests, and needs. Identifies formal and informal support systems with the older adult. Creates a care plan in partnership with individuals involving caregivers or informal supports as appropriate. Facilitates the utilization of informal supports and professionals who can assist in service plan goals for short and long term support. Provides coaching and assistance with concrete tasks while working towards a sustainable plan. Assists with applications, bridging referrals and other tasks to access community supports. Conducts regular home visits weekly, monthly or as needed. Communicates with agency staff and community partners who are participants in the individual\'s care plan; troubleshoots issues. Reports any crisis or critical needs to direct supervisor or back up supervisor. Maintains documentation according to agency procedure. Attends interdisciplinary case conferences. Prepares required reports