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  1. Human Resources Assistant
    MICDS is seeking a Human Resources Assistant to provide support to the Director of Human Resources in the School’s business office. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and attentive to details. This person must enjoy an energetic and fast-paced climate and able to handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously. Extensive knowledge of Microsoft applications required and proficiency with Google calendar and Google Docs is a plus. Duties will include benefit paperwork processing, answering employee requests and questions, scheduling employee training and providing clerical support to the HR Director and the office. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits. For immediate consideration complete our online application at During the application process you will upload your cover letter and resume.


    Position Title:
    Community Referral Coordinator

    Position Purpose:
    Reporting to the Community Referral Coordinator Program Director, the Community Referral Coordinator will execute activities to coordinate and integrate health services for the medically underserved in the St. Louis region. The referral coordinator will meet with non-emergent and/or admitted Hospital patients to provide education regarding availability of primary, specialty, behavioral health and urgent care services; offer patients a choice of primary care homes; and assist with scheduling follow-up appointments and arranging transportation/support services as needed. The referral coordinator will connect patients to medical and social service resources, as appropriate, to assist with system navigation.

    ? Strong analytical, interpersonal, communication and organization skills.
    ? Ability to work in a self-directed manner and without close supervision.
    ? Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Internet browsing software is essential.
    ? Driver’s license and dependable vehicle with the knowledge to properly use the vehicle is preferred.
    ? Experience in and knowledge of large, urban emergency departments and inpatient departments; experience and knowledge of healthcare safety net system; social work background is preferred.
    ? Prior experience in community health outreach or similar positions within a health care setting is preferred.
    ? Prior experience with uninsured and Medicaid populations is preferred.
    ? Bachelor’s degree is required. Masters in Social Work, Public Health, or related degree
    is preferred.

    Incorporates basic competencies into all aspects of the position, including:
    ? Organizational commitment: aligns own behavior with the needs and priorities of the organization.
    ? Service orientation: has a genuine desire to help others, especially those in need. Derives satisfaction from serving others. Understands people’s needs and overcomes obstacles in serving them.
    ? Learning orientation: values and seeks opportunities to learn. Collects and uses information relevant to work-based problems.
    ? Attitude toward change: adapts to and works effectively with a variety of situations, individuals, groups and systems.
    ? Personal effectiveness: takes initiative to do more than the minimum requirements of the job. Expresses self- confidence in stating opinions and when called upon to make decisions.
    ? Achievement motivation: sets challenging objectives and works to continually improve personal performance.
    ? Interpersonal and team performance: builds and maintains positive relationships with people on the job. Listens effectively to understand others.
    ? Respect for differences: recognizes and appreciates differences in style, approach and background.
    ? Quality focus: minimizes errors and maintains high quality by checking or monitoring data and work in a timely manner, and by developing and maintaining systems for organizing work and information. Actively explores ways to improve quality of output.
    ? Problem-solving effectiveness: uses data and analytical thinking to identify problems and develop solutions.
    ? Task accomplishment: acts resourcefully to ensure that work is accomplished within specified time and quality parameters. Is able to focus effectively on more than one task or project at a time.
    ? Proven track record and requisite skill set: has a demonstrated track record and/or possesses the requisite skill set required to accomplish the goals and objectives set forth by the IHN. The skills and expertise required include: an understanding of the delivery of local health care, and an understanding of government, regulations, policy and programs.
    ? Leadership: Exudes confidence in serving as a champion in the formation and implementation of the IHN’s objectives.

    Primary Responsibilities:
    ? Responsible for the implementation of the goals and objectives set forth and adopted by the IHN.
    ? Executes the day-to-day implementation of the IHN’s Community Referral Coordinator program, as outlined in the CRC Manual. Duties include but are not limited to: daily patient encounters to provide navigation and education; systems coordination; and regular data entry.
    ? Provides timely and relevant reports to Community Referral Coordinator Program Director regarding the status of the goals and objectives established by the IHN. Participates in monthly supervision. Participates in and presents at hospital or partner meetings.
    ? Assists in developing and maintaining an objective, reliable and consistent database of information on program metrics and outcomes, as managed by the Outcomes and Information Manager.

    Reporting Relationships:
    The Community Referral Coordinator reports directly to the Community Referral Coordinator Program Director.

    The Coordinator role is a non-exempt full-time, 40 hour per week position. Referral Coordinators typically work from either 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM, or from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM as preferred by the hospital.

    Work Environment:
    Regular, daily travel to CRC Staff hospital sites and external meetings required within a 30- mile radius. Rare overnight travel. Work in clean and comfortable office and hospital setting. The employee is constantly required to talk, hear, and operate a computer and mouse. The employee is frequently required to walk, bend, twist, push, pull, reach above shoulder and use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee will occasionally lift and/or move up to 15 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.

    Starting Salary Range:
    The salary range for this position is commensurate upon experience. Employee will be eligible for full benefits including health, retirement and vacation benefits.

    Application Instructions:
    Please send resume, reference list, and salary requirements to:
    Subject: Community Referral Coordinator Position

  3. Seeking Regional Volunteer Services Officer
    American Red Cross of Eastern Missouri
    Location – St. Louis, Missouri

    The Regional Volunteer Services Officer is a critical component of the American Red Cross regional team and infrastructure. It is responsible for strengthening and growing programs and services that will meet the regional community needs within resource constraints. Develops long- and short-term program strategies and oversees implementation for large-scale single programs/services or multiple smaller-scale programs/services. Directs and oversees the work assignment and performance of staff and volunteers. Develops and executes a recruitment strategy, managing the volunteer on boarding process for the region. Ensures coordinated outreach and partnerships within the larger Red Cross organization and external constituents (e.g.: community agencies). This person will serve as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Represents the Red Cross within the assigned region for the purposes of volunteer engagement.

    Some Responsibilities:
    • Strategy: Develops growth strategy for area of responsibility. Design and implement retention strategies with departments and programs to assist with volunteer development, leadership development and managing goals and objectives. Oversees risk management issues specific to Volunteer Services. Provides oversight and maintenance of database/computer systems. Provides innovative thought leadership and shapes the knowledge base. Maintains clear and current knowledge of any legal and administrative requirements and/or issues specific to volunteer programs. Maintains knowledge and awareness of trends in volunteerism and designs the program to capitalize on them. Builds relationships and provides managerial guidance to Regional and Chapter executive teams, staff, volunteers, community, and other external partners. Develops and cultivates professional relationships with key internal & external partners/organizations.
    • Relationship Management and Community Outreach: Participates in communication/civic activities and events to promote volunteer opportunities. Develops and cultivates professional relationships with key internal and external partners/organizations. Attends regional and community meetings and events and facilitates exchange of information and resources within jurisdiction. Develops and conducts presentations to promote Red Cross services and programs to community.
    • Fiscal Responsibility: Builds financially sound, executable, data-driven business strategies in support of a program area and/or services. May have ongoing fiscal and budget responsibility with grant coordination duties in contract-funded programs. Identifies possible funding sources for program or service initiatives from various sources like government agencies and philanthropic foundations/organizations.
    • Staff and Volunteer Management: Provides strong leadership, develops and sets individual and team performance goals and manages/drives change. Hires, manages, trains and evaluates staff and volunteers. Designs, develops and implements a targeted volunteer management recruitment plan for the region and proactively outreaches to business leaders and others to support volunteer needs. Implements recruitment plan with particular attention to diversity and inclusion goals of the region and ARC strategic plans. Oversees curriculum design for volunteer training modules and recruitment presentations. Creates performance review process to accurately assess volunteer performance and adjusts performance as and when needed. Finds and implements ways to improve or increase the quality and production for the work directed.
    • Lead through change
    • Strategic implementation of National initiatives
    • Active and engaged in executive leadership of the region
    • Targeted recruitment strategies to fill high volunteer needs assessment


      Customer Focused
      Strong Interpersonal Communication
      Strong Written and Oral Communications
      Dealing with Ambiguity/learning on the Fly
      Motivating Others/Influencing
      Priority Setting
      Problem Solving

    Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Experience: Minimum of 7 years in implementing and advancing social service programs and providing leadership to a department, program or service. Track record of leadership results in non-profit and/or for-profit organizations. Proven results in achieving financial success in a business unit or area and leveraging relationships with diverse levels of internal & external stakeholders.

    Management Experience: Minimum of 5 years staff management experience.

    Skills and Abilities: Develops strategies to achieve organizational goals. Demonstrated analytical and decision-making skills to develop creative processes for continuous program or service improvements.

    Other: Intermediate proficiency with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and
    Outlook. Familiarity with federal, state and local employment laws.

    If this sounds like the kind of opportunity that you’ve been waiting for, please visit our website at:

    The American Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that offers employees growth and development, team spirit, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.

    We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V.

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