Program Coordinator, Journey’s Way
Posted by on September 19, 2011
Journey’s Way, a division of Intercommunity Action, offers a wide array of innovative resources and programs for Philadelphians 55+ to enrich their lives in their communities and support them through life’s challenges.
We are currently hiring for two open positions at Journey’s Way. The first position is a full-time Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator oversees the daily operations of the Adult Day Services Center by supervising and scheduling staff, oversee the therapeutic milieu, and develops and executes a rich activity program, and coordinates with nursing and social work. The Program Coordinator must have excellent communication and team building skills.
Degree in Therapeutic Recreation, Occupational Therapy or other related field. 3 years’ experience minimally required with one year of supervisory or managerial experience. Geriatric experience preferred.
Generous time and paid benefits are offered.
The second position open at Journey’s Way is an On-Call Program Assistant.
The On-Call Program Assistant helps to implement the participant’s care plan and works with an interdisciplinary team. The program assistant assures a therapeutic environment for frail elders by providing quality services in personal care, activities and food service. Passion for and experience in working with older people a must.
This is a great position for current students or recent grads.
Please send qualified resumes for either position to Stephen Zales in Human Resources: email@example.com
Interac is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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