Program Coordinator I
We care for our team members with great benefits, a thriving company culture and a chance to change lives daily. At Lifewell, our mission is to provide life changing services and life changing careers.
As a Program Coordinator in our residential setting you will be responsible for the overall performance of the program and team members, to include performance management, training, scheduling/coverage, crisis management and client screenings/assessments.
In addition the Program Coordinator will engage in health and wellness promotion, personal assistance services, rehabilitation, vocational skills and developmental services, transportation services and crisis management; designed to enhance functioning leading to community integration and self-sufficiency in living, learning, social and work environments. You will participate in the hiring, training, coaching, mentoring and supervising of team members, to ensure all client needs are coordinated and addressed.
If you enjoy leading others through a hands-on approach and are motivated by helping our client’s live better lives, this is the career for you! Join our team at Lifewell to apply your skills to assist our members! Apply now!
We care for our team members by providing:
- Competitive compensation with quarterly incentive pay for clinical and medical team members
- Excellent healthcare insurance with multiple plan options to choose from for team members and their family
- Dental and vision plans with no-premium options
- A variety of Life, Disability and Worksite benefits
- Engaging Wellness Program with opportunities to earn Wellness incentives
- Generous time-off (3 weeks in 1st year)
- 10 paid Holidays
- 403(b) retirement plan with company match
- Child Care Discount program
- Employee Assistance program for team members and their family
- Team member perks and discounts
- Bilingual stipend
- A bachelor’s degree in the behavioral health field and a combination of education and full-time relevant experience in a behavioral health setting totaling six years; OR
- A non-behavioral health field bachelor’s degree and a combination of coursework in a field related to behavioral health and full-time relevant experience in a behavioral health setting totaling six years; OR
- A high school diploma/GED and a combination of post-high school education in a field related to behavioral health and full-time relevant experience in a behavioral health setting totaling six years.
- One year of supervisory experience, in a behavioral health setting preferred.
- Some assignments require an Arizona DPS Class One Fingerprint Clearance Card.
- Some assignments require a current Arizona Driver License and a current satisfactory 39-month Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
- Must be 21 years of age.
- Background Check.
- Minimum 1 year recovery from drugs and/or alcohol.
- Minimum typing speed of 25 wpm.
Pay: up to $26.43/hour
22.51 To 26.43 (USD) Annually
Job Reference #: 1510