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Employment Opportunities

Quality Assurance/Grants Manager

Aging &Disability Resource Center

Nature of Work

  • Provide quality assurance and oversight of State of Florida and Federally funded programs.
  • Manage providers.
  • Collaborate actively in quality assurance and oversight of data and data integrity.
  • Review consumer information and assess needs to verify appropriate use of funded services.
  • Comply with State, Agency, and Program policies regarding client confidentiality.
  • Prepare reports as required.
  • Participate in coordination and execution of trainings, conferences and other events.
  • Periodic travel with Broward County.

Qualifications

  • Outgoing and detail-oriented.
  • Bachelor's Degree in social work, sociology, psychology, gerontology, or related social services field, plus one year of related work experience.
  • Strong writing abilities and spreadsheet skills.

Hours and Compensation

Thirty-five (35) hours per week, Monday through Friday. $27,500 annually with benefits.

Application Process

Please send resume to adrcprograms@gmail.com. All applicants will need to complete a comprehensive computer skills test when interviewed.


Senior Services Coordinator

City of Hallandale Beach

Nature of Work

Performs professional administrative work, to also include planning, organizing and coordinating Senior Services program activities and elderly services for the Department.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Public Administration, or closely related field; and,
  • Two (2) years of experience in social services, working in senior citizens programs; or,
  • An equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Certification from the Federal Emergency Management Administration, National Incident Management System IS-700 Introduction to NIMS, IS-800 National Response Plan, IS 100 Introduction to Incident Command, and IS-200 Incident Command for Single Resources or ability to obtain within one (1) month of employment.

Special Requirements

Valid Florida Driver’s License and satisfactory driving record required.

Miscellaneous Information

Applicants who demonstrate they meet the minimum requirements may be subject to an extensive selection process and screening program, which may include, but not be limited to, evaluation of training and experience; psychological evaluation; polygraph examination; background investigation; medical evaluation; controlled substance screen.

Applicants are required to sign an affidavit for non-use of tobacco products in order to be considered for employment.

Preference will be given to certain veterans, spouses of veterans, or unremarried widows/widowers of veterans. Proof of veterans' eligibility must be provided at time of application. EOE M/F/D/V.

DOCUMENTATION MUST BE PROVIDED AT TIME OF APPLICATION, DEMONSTRATING APPLICANT MEETS POSITION REQUIREMENTS.

Application Process

Apply Online


Part-Time Adult Day Care Coordinator

City of Margate

Nature of Work

This position is an administrative position with the responsibility for ongoing daily management of the operation of the Adult Day Care (ADC) program. The Coordinator shall provide professional supervision, direction, support and assistance to the staff of ADC. The Coordinator is responsible for program compliance with ADC licensure, funding sources, all policies & procedures, regulations and standards of quality and safety.

Typical Duties

  1. Supervises the daily operations of Daycare programs, ensuring compliance with policies, procedures, regulations, and standards of quality and safety.
  2. Handles sensitive information relating to clients and maintains confidentiality. Reviews client files and assures that they are up-to-date.
  3. Documents observations from personal client assessments, case managers and caregivers.
  4. Provides direct supervision for ADC program and gives direction to all line staff and volunteers. Supervision includes scheduling, periodical staff performace evaluations, planning staff assignments, maintaining standards, coordinating activities, acting on employee conflicts and recommending discipline actions.
  5. Is responsible for accurate completion of all operational reports and records, maintains program statistical data and records as required by all funding and licensure sources.
  6. Responsible for scheduling program activities, assignments and provides backup supervision for all program staff.
  7. Conducts ADC program's staff meetings
  8. Represents ADC program in the community through outreach opportunities.
  9. Coordinates with other agencies, service providers and professionals in the aging network the care for ADC participants.
  10. Attends all Center staff meetings, conferences and other meetings when appropriate.
  11. Other job-related tasks as assigned by the Project Director.

Education, Training, Skills

Licensed Practical Nurse degree

Essential Job Functions

  1. The ADC Coordinator must have a minimum of 2-3 years of experience working in the geriatric service area, preferably in a community-based setting.
  2. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  3. Must be compatible with the goals of ADC programs and the mission of the agency.
  4. Must have essential computer skills, including use of spreadsheets and word processing programs.
  5. Bilingual preferred.
  6. Must have a valid State of Florida Driver's License and certified in First Aid/CPR.

Application Process

Applicants need to come to the NW Focal Point Senior Center to pick up an application, complete and submit it.

NW Focal Point Senior Center

6009 NW 10th Street

Margate FL 33063

954.973.0300


Full-Time Accountant

City of Margate

Nature of Work

This is a professional financial position that requires a thorough knowledge of GAAP accounting principles, computerized accounting systems, and specifically, the application of the general ledger as they apply to fun accounting in a governmental environment. The Accountant performs a variety of accounting and administrative duties in the maintenance of accurate fiscal records and reports requiring initiative and independent judgment. Reports to Project Director.

Primary Tasks and Responsibilities

  1. Administer the accounts payable and accounts receivable process for the Center.
  2. Ensure accuracy in the coding of invoices, check payments and revenue receipts.
  3. Correspond with vendors and respond to inquiries to resolve billing discrepancies.
  4. Monitor and track outstanding account receivables and reimbursements and pursue collection of delinquent receivables.
  5. Process deposits, transfers, and various other transactions.
  6. Review financial transactions and accounting of grant disbursements to ensure compliance with federal and state accounting and procurement standards.
  7. Coordinate payroll with Project Director, City's Finance Department and Human Resources; analyze payroll records to verify accuracy in salaries, time accrued, if directed.
  8. Develop and maintain time reporting system to allocate payroll expenses to various funding sources and programs.
  9. Maintain and reconcile various accounts and prepare journal entries and account adjustments to correct deficiencies.
  10. Prepare standard and custom reports and conduct various detailed financial analysis on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis for management, the Board and outside funding agencies.
  11. Review month-end financial reports for accuracy and appropriateness.
  12. Assist with implementing and maintaining internal financial controls and financial procedures.
  13. Assist with preparation of budgets and financial statements for monitoring of Senior Center.
  14. Assist with annual year-end audit process and provide outside auditors with documentation as requested.
  15. Prepare analytical reports of various projects and program tracking to ensure proper allocation of project disbursements of various grants.
  16. Prepare and submit grant funding reimbursement request to outside funders providing proper documentation to ensure proper payment.
  17. Knowledge of fund accounting principles pertinent to governmental accounting is preferred. Previous grant experience is desired.
  18. Other job-related tasks as assigned by the Project Director.

Education, Training, Skills

Bachelor's degree with major course work in accounting, finance or closely related field; supplemented by minimum three (3) to five (5) years of experience in management of financial systems, financial reporting and data analysis.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Must have financial knowledge of basic accounting principles and procedures.
  2. Knowledge of report and record-keeping principles and techniques.
  3. Skilled in communications for effective expression and clarity, both orally and in writing.
  4. Attention to detail in processing numbers and figures with a high degree of accuracy.
  5. Considerable knowledge of financial software. Operate computer terminal, PC and othe equipment and machinery common to a modern business office.
  6. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, support staff and other departments.

Application Process

Applicants need to come to the NW Focal Point Senior Center to pick up an application, complete and submit it.

NW Focal Point Senior Center

6009 NW 10th Street

Margate FL 33063

954.973.0300