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Specialist, Programs(Snohomish County) WA

Job Location

Everett, WA

General Summary

The Specialist, Programs assists with outreach, education, early stage engagement, and support groups in his/her assigned community in conjunction with and in support of the managers of these programs.  The Specialist, Programs, as part of his/her outreach role, will represent the Association in a variety of professional, business, and public settings, including providing trainings and presentations.  

Essential Job Functions

  • Conduct community outreach efforts; establish and maintain connections with community health organizations, businesses, government agencies, and other strategic partners.  Represent the Association to a variety of community meetings or events for outreach, engagement, collaboration, fundraising, and referral purposes.
  • Assist individuals, family members, and caregivers through assessment, care coordination, problem-solving, education, planning, referral and follow-up. Show results through evaluation and report outcomes of work.
  • Interact and coordinate with other health and human services providers.
  • Assist the Director of Community Support in coordinating support group activities.
  • In conjunction with the Early Stage Memory Loss Coordinator, implement and coordinate early stage engagement activities, including but not limited to the Peer to Peer Program and the Walking Program.
  • Deliver training programs to community groups, businesses and volunteer organizations.
  • Maintain accurate records and statistics; meet deadlines; collect and maintain case load data; perform ongoing evaluations.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Minimum Requirements

  • BS in social work or a related field plus at least 2 years of dementia experience and experience in performing assessments and care plans. Master's level Social Service/Mental Health professional with dementia-specific experience preferred.  Training in the TCARE program a plus.
  • Knowledge of community resources and strong community connections.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; highly organized.
  • Demonstrated experience using Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Must be able and willing to travel as needed to conduct Chapter business, including home visits.
  • Evening or weekend work may be required on occasion.

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Alzheimer's Association, National Office
225 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60601

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