Part-time Bilingual Social Service Coordinator


Not for Profit and Charities

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San Francisco

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Branch Information

San Francisco, CA - Govt Sol - (USA) 275 Battery Street Suite 710 CA San Francisco , CA - 94111 Phone : 415-781-7171



Job Description


 Bicultural and bilingual in Spanish (both written and verbal)

 BSW or MSW or equivalent work experience in social work, gerontology or other related field

 Prior experience working with seniors and disabled adults preferred, as well as experience in case management, group facilitation and recreational activities

 Able to prioritize tasks in a fast paced and independent environment

 Detail-oriented, highly organized, able to manage and prioritize tasks toward a long-term project goal.

 Proven verbal and written communication skills

 Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and email programs

 Up to two years experience in same or similar position


 Complete intakes and assessments for incoming participants for the Active Senior Program and process electronically using the DAAS GetCare (CMS) system

 Complete participant charting, monthly reports, and other documentation as required by BHNC and funding sources

 Provide direct short-term social services such as: completing applications, translations, reviewing correspondence, information and referrals for a variety of services and arranging for care and other services needed for participants who attend the senior center

 Evaluate client needs, follow-up and document progress notes to ensure quality and effective service delivery for participants

 Provide administrative support and assistance during programming for activities, fieldtrips, newsletters, translations, etc.,

 Receive social service referrals from other programs, such as TCP (Transitional Care Services) and follow-up when participants are hospitalized to ensure a good transition back to home from an acute care or other institutional setting.

 Provide outreach to frail at risk elders and disabled adults with low incomes