Job Description

The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. We’re the largest private funder of Alzheimer research and the premier source of information and support for the estimated 5.5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease, their families and caregivers.

At the Alzheimer’s Association, we are the brains behind saving yours®.  Many of us who work for the Alzheimer's Association have some connection with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. It's what drives us to make the extra effort in the daunting task of modifying a disease that currently has no cure. With 78 million baby boomers entering the age of greatest risk for Alzheimer’s, we need passionate, hardworking people committed to helping the Association meet the increasing demand for care and support and fund vital Alzheimer’s research.

Why join us? We have been recognized as a Best Nonprofit to Work For by the Nonprofit Times seven consecutive years.

The Program Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of all programs and services offered by the Greater Cincinnati Chapter. Responsibilities include establishing and maintaining ties with community organizations within those counties while interacting with the main office of the Greater Cincinnati Chapter. 

This is a Part-Time position working 16 hours a week.

Essential Job Functions
  • Acts as liaison between the branch and main Cincinnati offices of Alzheimer’s Association.
  • Participates as member of the Helpline team in designated counties.
  • Provides Family Care Consultation (family-directed care planning services) to caregivers within the counties served.
  • Coordinates the family caregiver workshop series "What Families Need to Know" and other educational programs for family and professional caregivers at key sites in assigned counties. 
  • Collaborates with formal care providers in community based, health systems and/or long-term care settings to offer professional education programs, conduct ongoing outreach efforts and offer NextSteps program. 
  • Provides community educational programming to civic groups, faith communities, social service agencies, and other community groups in local counties; focus on outreach. 
  • Plans for and organizes Family Support Groups as needed within the counties served, and serves as staff liaison to volunteer support group facilitators in assigned counties.
  • Maintains and submits all grant logs on time for the week, month and quarter. 
  • Collaborates with the other team members effectively for programs and development support.
  • Completes required documentation of programs and services that are delivered.
  • Utilization of BRI/TCC Program
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements 
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, nursing or related area, license preferred
  • Experience in the aging network within the counties to be served 
  • Understanding of dementing illnesses and family caregiving issues
  • Able to multitask, work independently and thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Proven ability to work effectively with volunteers, staff and external contacts 
  • Proven ability to prioritize and manage multiple priorities
  • Strong organizational skills to plan, implement, and administer programs
  • Proficient in presentation, public speaking and written communication 
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills that reflect an understanding of different learning modalities, group process, and cultural diversity
  • Computer literate with experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, Google, database management and social media
  • Valid driver’s license and car for travel within service area

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