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JOB TITLE: COMMUNITY HOUSING STRATEGIST

AMERICORPS VOLUNTEER IN SERVICE TO AMERICA (VISTA)

VIRGINIA HOUSING ALLIANCE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Bay Aging, a non-profit formed in 1978, serves the 10 counties of the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula of Virginia through three major service divisions: Bay Housing, Bay Health, and Bay Transit. The AmeriCorps VISTA, titled Community Housing Strategist, will provide the human capital necessary to provide on the ground support to Bay Aging, working to increase effectiveness of existing Bay Aging programs and working to implement new best practices that will allow more families in the rural region to obtain and maintain quality affordable housing. Specific project objectives are as follows: (1) Develop resources to increase development capacity and enhance organizational sustainability; (2) Enhance community engagement in affordable housing efforts; (3) Improve data quality and use in decision-making; and (4) Promote best practices in affordable housing development.

 

WORKING ENVIRONMENT & BENEFITS

  • VISTAs will work full-time (40 hours per week) for a one year service term (July 22, 2019 through July 21, 2020)
  • Office based position in Bay Aging’s ‘Bay Housing’ office located in Urbanna, VA
  • Living stipend paid bi-weekly and paid personal and sick leave
  • Healthcare, child care allowance and relocation assistance available
  • Choice of education award of $6,095 or cash stipend of $1,800 awarded upon successful completion of service year
  • Non-Competitive Eligibility status applicable to federal jobs
  • Professional development and training with an experienced and diverse organization

 

This position is contracted with the Corporation for National and Community Service, sponsored by VHA, and reports to Bay Aging.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Associates degree preferred, high school advance/dual-enrollment class credit and relevant skills may substitute this qualification. Applicant must be 18 years old by the start date of July 22, 2019.

Applicants must be comfortable using various computer programs, have strong writing skills, and be self-motivated. Research skills, public speaking, and teamwork experience is desired.

 

Applications must be submitted on my.americorps.gov

Search ‘Virginia Housing Alliance’ to apply

Applications accepted through June 5, 2019

 

Questions? Contact Hunter LeClair, Program Manager

hleclair@bayaging.org or (804) 758-1260 extension 1312

 

Visit www.bayaging.org and www.nationalservice.gov for more information.

 

Questions? E-mail Hunter LeClair, Program Manager

or (804) 758-1260 extension 1312

 

Applicants must apply through the AmeriCorps portal: VISTA Listing

BAY AGING – FULL TIME POSITIONS

Human Resources Manager

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Bay Aging is seeking an energetic Human Resources leader to support and improve the Agency’s HR practices and procedures.  Working to assist senior leadership in developing a robust HR function, the HR Manager will have primary responsibility for activities of the Agency relating to employee recruitment, hiring, and retention.  The HR Manager will act as the point person interacting with external service providers for retirement, worker’s compensation insurance, and employee health insurance. The position will also assume the lead in conducting required training for Agency employees on various compliance issues, benefits, and Agency policies.  This position will report to the President/CEO and will also have close working relationships with the Payroll Administrator and Deputy CFO.

TYPICAL TASKS:

Overview:

  1. Ensures Bay Aging’s human resource policies and practices are in compliance with requirements of regulatory agencies, accrediting bodies, and state and federal law. Requests permission to consult legal counsel as needed prior to finalizing policy updates.
  2. Protects interests of employees and the company in accordance with company Human Resources policies and governmental laws and regulations. Assures proper administration of employee complaints and appeals.
  3. Leads company reporting requirements including but not limited to EEO, FMLA, ADA, Title VI, Department of Labor, and worker’s compensation.
  4. Conducts analyses, maintenance, and transmittal of administrative records required by law or regulation.
  5. Assists and advises senior management on human resources issues and promotes a cordial, cooperative and productive work environment with and between management and other staff.
  6. Attends regular Senior Leadership Team meetings, updating senior leadership on general HR related functions/changes.
  7. Participates on committees and special projects and pro-actively seeks additional responsibilities. Other duties as may be assigned.

 

Recruitment, Hiring, and Terminations:

  1. Performs functional job analyses and oversees preparation of job descriptions.
  2. Oversees standard programs, plans, policies and procedures for recruiting, screening, selecting, and hiring personnel.
  3. Screens applications and recommends qualified applicants for interview.
  4. Completes all new-hire paperwork and processing
  5. Conducts new hire orientation programs.
  6. Oversees terminations – ensures labor laws and company termination policy compliance, processes documentation, and conducts exit interview of departing personnel.

Compensation and Benefits:

  1. Monitors compensation plan and pay practices to ensure consistency, accuracy, and market competitiveness.
  2. Prepares position classification and salary allocation plans.
  3. Coordinates Agency relationships with Human Resources consultants, benefits brokers, training specialists, labor counsel, and other outside sources.
  4. Works with Payroll Administrator to maintain records; prepares reports and correspondence to meet legal and regulatory requirements.

 

Employee Relations:

  1. Maintains open door policy and procedure
  2. Maintains personnel manual, with direction from senior leadership.
  3. Interprets and explains personnel rules and regulations to managers and employees.
  4. Provides guidance to employees and supervisors to resolve work related and performance issues.
  5. Serves as the primary Agency representative in worker’s compensation and unemployment claims procedures.
  6. Distributes and coordinates annual employee performance evaluations and ensures they are done in a proper and timely manner. Identifies and recommends tools to consistently improve evaluation process.

Training and Organizational Development

  1. Develops and administers agency-wide master training plan and monitors for compliance. Areas include, but not limited to, sexual harassment, whistle blower policy, HIPAA, mandated reporter, etc.
  2. Provides guidance to employees regarding training and education for career advancement.
  3. Establishes in-house management training and coaching programs.

 

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND DEMONSTRATED ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of the principles and objectives of modern personnel administration, including the methods and techniques used in recruitment, selection, performance evaluation, and employee relations activities.
  • Knowledge of existing and evolving trends in pending laws, rules, principles and practices, for compliance with federal and state requirements within the human resources field.
  • Skill in monitoring and analyzing statistical and financial data (Labor market analysis).
  • Skill in preparation of detailed reports.
  • Ability to administer program policies and procedures.
  • Ability to conduct interviews and secure complete and accurate information for personnel determinations.
  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedural manuals.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, applicants and the general public.
  • Ability to make effective group presentations.
  • Able to exercise independent judgment and make sound decisions, take ownership/accountability and operate with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office Suite and automated Human Resources software.
  • Integrity, professionalism, and ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality are essential.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or related field
  • 3+ years HR generalist/specialist experience
  • SHRM or equivalent certification/accreditation preferred
  • Prior HR experience in non-profit organizations preferred
  • Combination of experience and demonstrated abilities may substitute for educational requirements.

 

E-mail Stephanie Hutton for more information or to send resume.

Bay Aging is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Title – Care Transitions Health Coach Norfolk/Hampton area

 

Job Summary

The Care Transitions Coach is key to ensuring safe and effective transfers in the movement of patients across the care continuum, serving as the bridge between the professional staff in a care setting (e.g. hospital) and patient and/or family. All Coaches provide information and guidance to the patient and/or family for an effective care transition, to improve self-management skills and enhance patient-practitioner communication, by assisting patients with the development of a personal health record; practice medication management; schedule follow-up appointments with their physician/specialist; and learn to recognize symptoms that indicate their condition is worsening and how to appropriately respond.

 

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

• Coach may collaborate with physicians and inpatient clinical hospital staff
• Conducts daily hospital visits
• Coach will prioritize referrals and activities according to intensity, need, and required follow-up
• Conducts in-home visits, Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) visits and follow-up phone calls within the guidelines of the program
• Maintains accurate and timely documentation on each referred patient as well as readmitted patients in database system including complete and concise journal entry notes

 

ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

• Advanced user of software applications to include Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook and Case Management Systems
• Working knowledge of health care industry, caregiving, chronic disease management
• Knowledge and appreciation of cultural diversity and low literacy issues in care provision
• Decision making – handles all daily responsibilities relative to coaching a patient. Informs supervisor and works closely with supervisor with changes in patient’s condition
• Excellent verbal, written and computer literacy required
• Ability and willingness to self-motivate, prioritize, and be willing to change processes to improve effectiveness/efficiency. Adapts to changing patient or organizational priorities
• Ability to self-motivate and work independently, while collaborating with other team members
• Ability to work with patient/families of all ages and in a variety of settings, including inpatient facility and patients’ homes presenting diverse physical conditions and social/cultural environments

 

Minimum Qualifications

• Degree preferably in Health or Human Services, Care Coordination and/or at least 3 years of experience in Healthcare. Familiar with a wide variant of community resources
• Independent Travel in Service Area to hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and member homes
• Must possess a valid driver’s license, relevant certifications, etc.

 

ABILITIES

  • Prioritize needs and actions to advocate on client’s behalf, manage agency resources.
  • Detail oriented – maintain schedule, services, communications & advocacies for clients.
  • Establish and maintain trusting relationships with clients and their families in all circumstances
  • Interact and work well with other agency departments, staff & employees.
  • Maintain ongoing relationships with other professionals, medical providers and contractors on behalf of Agency.
  • Public relations & marketing – Good communication skills both orally and in writing; through reports, newsletters, file notes and correspondence; composed and comfortable in public speaking arenas.
  • Work in and away from the office, including community events as assigned.
  • Self-starter – Work under pressure or crisis situations; easily adapts to changes.

 

E-mail Stacie Wind for more information.

Bay Aging is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

BAY AGING – PART TIME POSITIONS

Northern Neck

COMPASSION N ACTION! Do you thrive on helping others?  Looking for a flexible schedule with maximum impact?  Bay Aging is Recruiting Expert Personal Care Aides/Certified Nursing Assistants for our home care clients in Middle Peninsula area; some wknd work req’d.  We offer competitive benefits and the opportunity to make a difference in your community.  E-mail HR for more information.  EOE.

Middle Peninsula

COMPASSION N ACTION! Do you thrive on helping others?  Looking for a flexible schedule with maximum impact?  Bay Aging is Recruiting Expert Personal Care Aides/Certified Nursing Assistants for our home care clients in Middle Peninsula area; some wknd work req’d.  We offer competitive benefits and the opportunity to make a difference in your community.   E-mail HR for more information.  EOE.

Senior Employment Job Training Position/s Available:

Bay Aging is seeking Participants for our Title V Job Training program. Individuals 55+, currently unemployed, seeking training or on the job experience and meeting income guidelines, are eligible. Participants are paid on an hourly basis up to 20 hours per week and will be placed in a part-time community service assignment to gain experience. Upon completion of training, Bay Aging will then assist in obtaining un-subsidized employment. For further details, please call Nellie Verillus at 804-758-1260, ext. 1314.

Ongoing

Home Care

Bay Aging is always happy to accept applications from CNA’s/Nurses Aides and Personal Assistants for Home Care positions in both Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck Areas.

  • Flexible hours available
  • Retirement plan available

For the Northern Neck area call: 804-493-0238 to request an application or send resume to:

Bay Aging
17111 Kings Highway
Montross, VA 22520

For the Middle Peninsula area call: 804-758-2386 or send resume to:

Bay Aging
PO BOX 610
Urbanna, VA 23175

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Salary DOQ. Most positions will require some travel. Full time positions come with full benefits. Retirement plan available. Send resume to Bay Aging, c/o Stephanie Hutton, P.O. Box 610, Urbanna VA 23175 or E-mail HR. For more information, call Stephanie Hutton at 804.758.2386. Open until filled. EOE.

Since 1978 Bay Aging has been providing services for people of all ages throughout the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck.

Bay Transit Drivers needed in Colonial Beach, Westmoreland and Richmond Counties- Part time driver with excellent driving record and customer service skill. You must have a valid Virginia driver’s license for a year, high school diploma or GED required, twenty-one years of age and five years driving experience. Driving positions may require some evening and weekend work for special transportation requests. $9.00/hour.

Applications available here and at any of the Bay Transit offices in New Kent, Gloucester and Warsaw, Va.  For an application or information, call 804-250-2019 ext. 114, Equal Opportunity Employer.

See Driver Job Posting – Bus Part time for full description.

Equal Opportunity Employer.

HELP WANTED – Bay Transit

Bay Transit Drivers – Part time drivers needed with excellent driving records and customer service skills. Driving positions may require some evening and weekend work for special transportation requests. Starting pay $9.00 per hour for drivers with no CDL and $12.00 per hour for CDL W/P endorsement. . See here for full description, locations needed, and application.

New Kent/Charles City Dispatcher/Scheduler:  Exciting opportunity for employment with Bay Transit. Must possess excellent customer service skills local knowledge of area of transit operations is a plus; able to operate electronic tablets, two-way radios, multi-line phone systems and Microsoft Office programs; willingness to learn transit scheduling software. Requires a High School Diploma or equivalent; must possess a valid driver’s license, $9.50/hr. Download Application from the button above or pick up a printed one at the New Kent Bay Transit office. Submit application and current driving record to Pat Sanders, Bay Transit 1111 Commerce Parkway Warsaw, Va. 22572 or e-mail Pat Sanders

EOE.  Position open until filled.

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