The Home Alliance Coordinator (HAC) is a live-in position that provides a positive & nurturing living environment for individuals experiencing developmental disabilities. The HAC manages an assisted living home, provides support in all activities of daily living, and ensures community inclusion opportunities are provided. The HAC supervises other staff working in the home, ensures home finances are used properly, and ensures that all paperwork and reports are complete, accurate and timely. The successful candidate is creative, fun-loving and compassionate.
The Home Alliance Coordinator works 16-hour days and has every other weekend off. The HAC and is provided private quarters in the assisted living home rent-free. The compensation is approximately between $63,400 - $67,800 annually, which includes calculation for anticipated over-time.Responsibilities
- Assists in the development of Individual Support Plans, interaction guidelines and Plan of Care; develops written implementation schedules to assist the individual in meeting the goals outlined in the Individual Support Plan, Personal Futures Plan and Plan of Care.
- Implements support services as outlined in the Individual Support Plan, Personal Futures Plan and Plan of Care, including but not limited to, activities of daily living, day habilitation, employment, inclusionary activities and active learning.
- Provides direct care as needed in various activities such as personal finances, shopping, meal preparation, and activities of daily living, which include bathing, toileting, dressing, housekeeping, laundry, etc.
- Assure appropriate maintenance, cleanliness and safety of physical site and home vehicle.
- Highschool Diploma or GED equivalent required
- Bachelor Degree in a health-related field preferred
- Two (2) years experience working with people who experience developmental disabilities required
- One (1) year supervisory or administrative experience strongly preferred.
Please note: Written proof of experience will be required at the time of hire. Written proof includes: transcripts, employee evaluations or written employment verification from a previous employer.
- Ability to lift 35 lbs, or 1/3 of body weight, whichever is less, on a regular basis
- Must be 21 years or older, per State of Alaska regulations
- Possess a valid driver license & at least 1 year of driving experience (may include permit time)
- Provide driving record that meets agency guidelines
- Pass a criminal background check under state regulation