As a Case Coordinator you will be assisting consumers with a
variety of services and training to enable them to live
independently in their community. Our program serves people from
Boston to Southeastern Massachusetts. Case Coordinators are the
difference in the lives of our consumers on a regular basis. Tempus
takes a person centered approach to all services.
Develop Supported Living Service Plans.
Maintain communication with the Personal Care Attendant (PCA)
(or other service) provider.
Assist consumers in the hiring, training, scheduling and
supervision of their Personal Care Attendants, sign onto the PCA
program Service Agreement if surrogacy is required. Be thoroughly
detailed in the understanding of this document and assist consumer
Assist Consumers in obtaining housing if needed.
Assist consumers in setting up and maintaining appropriate
records regarding Personal Care Attendants (PCA), finances and
Assist consumers with accessing community resources such as
health care, recreation, transportation and adult education.
Encourage and assist consumers in the development of
relationships with other members of the community.
Maintain confidential records according to program
Train consumers annually on human rights and how to obtain
assistance on human rights violations.
Assist consumers with Transitional Assistance services through
the Money Follows the person (MFP) and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
Follow MRC Community Living Program manual standards, as well as
other regulatory documents related to the position.
Must report all suspected incidents of consumer sexual/physical
abuse and neglect to the Disabled Person Protection Commission
Familiarity with community services, the ability to understand
and implement independent living philosophy and the ability to
relate and empathize with people with disabilities and help them
maximize their lives is required.
Being resourceful to solve complex issues at times.
Objective report writing
Training and supervisory experience is helpful.
Significant experience in Personal Care Attendant (PCA)
services, case management services, and disability service delivery
systems is preferred.
Good communication, organization and writing skills are
Required Education: Bachelor's degree and/or experience serving
people with disabilities.
Travel: This position requires an employee to be on the road as
a primary function. Must have a valid driver's license and reliable