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Job Details
Company Name :
Redwood Coast Regional Center
Company Location :
Eureka, CA 95501
Job Position :
Service Coordinator (Adult Unit)
Job Category :
Jobs in California

Job Description :
Redwood Coast Regional Center is currently recruiting for Service Coordinators (Social Worker) to join our dedicated Eureka Team.

Job Summary:

Service Coordinators (Social Worker) identify needs, develop plans to meet those needs, coordinate services, monitor services for compliance, and provide advocacy for adults and their families. We utilize Person Centered Principles in all that we do and are looking for people who truly want to make a difference in clients’ lives.


Develop and ensure implementation of person-centered Individual Program Plans (IPPs) for all Clients assigned to the caseload, consistent with current agency philosophy, processes, and documentation standards.
Periodically monitor the status of implementation of the IPPs for all Clients assigned to the caseload, completing required case documentation consistent with current agency and/or state standards, e.g. Periodic Progress Reports, Client Development Evaluation Reports, case notation, etc.
Provide support and guidance to Clients, family members, and/or guardians or conservators regarding developmental disabilities, services, and supports that may assist the Client and/or family to achieve their desired goals and objectives.
Assist Clients and/or their families to access publicly available resources (e.g. Medical, schools, California Children Services, Mental Health, transit, etc.) and to identify naturally available resources in their lives and communities that may assist them to live a full and inclusive lifestyle.
Collaborate with and/or consult with the agency or external multi-disciplinary resources to assist clients in identifying their needs and in determining plans to meet their needs.
When necessary, make referrals to agency vendors/service providers to meet the Client.
IPP objectives, follow current agency standards for requesting and authorizing Purchase of Service funds.
Perform assigned monitoring responsibilities to licensed residential facilities and/or other vendor services used by Clients on the assigned caseload, consistent with current agency standards for the facility or service.
Provide advocacy directly or indirectly, as appropriate, to ensure that the rights of Clients on the caseload are fully protected, including the civil, legal, and administrative rights granted to all citizens as well as those specific to persons with developmental disabilities.
Provide information to Clients, their families, or legal guardians/conservators as to the resources available to them, the possible impacts of their disabilities on their lives, etc. Also, provide information and education to persons in the community (e.g. public agency personnel) about persons with developmental disabilities as to their abilities, rights, legal protections, and other related matters.
Identify and assist Clients in making the best use of cost-effective or no-cost means of meeting their needs in meaningful ways.
Participate in agency and external training as appropriate and available to increase professional knowledge and to remain up to date on standards of best practice in the social services and developmental disabilities fields.
Cooperate as needed with public agencies (e.g. schools, Rehabilitation, Medical, CCS, Mental Health, etc.) to provide necessary information and assistance to ensure coordination of services to the benefit of the Client and/or family.
Maintain confidentiality of all records and information that the Service Coordinator becomes aware of in the course of serving persons with developmental disabilities, disclosing information only consistent with the requirements of the Lanterman.
Participate in such agency workgroups, committees, or individual assignments as needed to enhance skills and abilities or to improve the functioning of the agency to better serve Clients.
Other duties as assigned.


A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in social welfare, psychology, public health, special education, or another related field.
Two years of paid relevant experience.


Excellent benefits package including vacation, sick leave, medical, dental, vision, life and AD&D, long-term disability, retirement through CalPERS.

Other Details:

Redwood Coast Regional Center requires employees to be fully vaccinated from the COVID-19 virus.
You must submit a resume, cover letter, and application. Please visit our website for more information and to download our application.
Incomplete application packets will not be considered for an interview.

About Redwood Coast Regional Center:

Redwood Coast Regional Center is one of 21 regional centers that have been established throughout California. Regional centers came into being through State legislation, sponsored by Assemblyman Frank D. Lanterman and others, in answer to the needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Regional centers are legislatively mandated, are voluntary, and are available throughout an individual’s lifetime. Regional centers also provide services to prevent or lessen the impact of developmental disabilities.

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