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In-Home Services Support Coordinator

Great opportunity for a skilled administrative professional with a caring heart!

Arizona Autism United is one of the largest and most reputable nonprofit service providers in Arizona for children and families affected by autism.  We specialize in best practices treatment and family-centered supports. For more information about our organization, please visit our website at 

We are currently looking for a highly skilled, detail-oriented administrative professional who will be based in our corporate office (this is NOT a field-based role), and assist field staff and clients with in-home services via a variety of administrative responsibilities and duties, including service coordination, human resources, and reporting.

This is a full-time position with a pay range of $16.80 - $24.00 an hour DOE, plus a competitive benefits package.

This role provides administrative support for many of our direct care staff working in family homes, and helps staff achieve their goals by completing processes that ensure efficient service delivery operations, as well as compliance with funding sources. 

Job duties include:

  • Coordinating services by matching direct care staff with client families
  • Obtaining authorizations and service plan documents from the state
  • Coordinating meetings and staff schedules
  • Working with a team of support specialists to assist families and direct care staff
  • Processing family intake documents
  • Managing service coordination tracking systems
  • Communicating extensive phone and email communications with staff and client families
  • Data entry and verification 
  • Manual and electronic filing, clerical support
  • Covering for the front desk receptionist as needed
  • Assisting with the facilitation of new employee orientation classes

Experience and Qualifications:

Although not required, top candidates will have experience with government programs such as the Division of Developmental Disabilities, and some experience with autism services and programs.

Other qualifications include: 

  • Successful experience in a role that required strong organizational skills and a high attention to detail.
  • Proficient typing and computer skills, including Microsoft Office products
  • Very strong communication skills: interpersonal, oral and written
  • Ability to work in a positive and professional manner with a wide variety of people both inside and outside the organization
  • Ability to multi-task and respond quickly and professionally to multiple requests
  • Self-motivated and directed, ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Must be able to successfully pass a fingerprint clearance check, a tuberculosis screening, and other related hiring requirements
  • College degree or equivalent relevant experience

Join our fantastic team and help us keep the motor running behind the scenes, so we can help as many kids with autism as possible!

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