Paid Positions

Position Title: Survive – To – Thrive Service Coordinator (RE:center)

Position Description:  The Survive-to-Thrive Service Coordinator must be an empathetic, team player capable of problem-solving and building community relationships with local resources to best help clients.
Practices active listening and encouragement. Must have a lifestyle that shows an ability to
meet their own goals. Must have a passion for helping people move from generational poverty
and survival mode to healthy, thriving community members.
The Survive-to-Thrive Service Coordinator coordinates the overall interdisciplinary plan of care
and goal completion for clients from beginning to end. Monitors goal completion and care and at
times acts as a liaison between client and specific community resources. The Survive-to-Thrive
Service Coordinator evaluates the client’s needs and available resources and facilitates a plan
for the best outcome. Encourages compliance with resource leaders/staff (behavioral health,
medical, employment services, housing programs). Additionally, the Survive-to-Thrive Service
Coordinator identifies client care issues and suggests revisions to new resource pathways to
improve goal completion. Conducts utilization reviews and follow-ups.

Time: 28 hrs/wk, Mon-Thurs, 10am-5pm

Reports to: Operations Director

Job Expectations:

● Coordinate and provide care that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, equitable, and
client-centered.
● Handle case assignments, draft action plans, review case progress and determine case
closure.
● Help clients achieve wellness and self-sufficiency; move from “surviving” to “thriving.”
● Facilitate multiple care aspects (case coordination, information sharing, etc.).
● Help clients make informed decisions by acting as their advocate regarding their options
for resources and care.
● Develop effective working relations and cooperate with the care team throughout the
entire case management process.
● Take the extra mile and interact with patients to keep track of their progress and to
ensure satisfaction.
● Record case information, complete all necessary forms accurately, and produce
statistical reports utilizing Charity Tracker.

● Promote quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes.
● Adhere to professional standards as outlined by protocols, rules, and regulations.
● Develop and maintain relationships with resource partners.


Other Duties

  • Maintain the RE:center’s online Navajo County RE:source Guide.
  • Research new resources in the local area and state that may be able to assist clients.
  • Communicate new resources and resource changes to the RE:center team.
  • Create one-sheets of resource groups for client handouts (i.e., local support group
    meetings, food banks, etc.).
  • Collect success stories to share with the marketing team (with proper release
    authorization from the client).
  • Analyze community barriers to client success and report to RE:center leadership.
  • Keep tabs on helpful community events and communicate them to clients and the
    RE:center team.
  • Participate in local Facebook community groups to answer community members’
    resource questions and refer them to the RE:center.
  • Report lacking resources to RE:center leadership.
  • Fill in at the front-desk position as needed.

Education/Experience Required:
● 3+ years working in direct-to-public services required
● 3+ years working with vulnerable populations required
● Experience in case management preferred
● Peer Support Specialist certification preferred

Qualifications:
● Be able to show genuine care for clients while also maintaining proper boundaries and
professional behaviors and speech.
● Be able to “read between the lines” with client stories and situations.
● Understand that not every problem will have a solution.
● Compassionate and able to relate to different clients with various needs.
● Motivational to encourage clients to follow their action plans to reach their goals.
● Strong verbal and written communication skills to explain to clients, family members,
friends, and professionals the action plan (if necessary) and maintain good case records.
● Critical thinking and problem-solving ability.
● Cultural competency; an understanding of generational poverty, addiction, and trauma.

● Willingness to reach out to other agencies and experts to ask for their knowledge
surrounding a client and their situation.
● Flexibility to change action plans if clients are not getting the best results.
● Ability to multi-task and maintain organization to manage several different cases at once.
● Computer literacy to maintain and manage case records.


Physical Requirements & Work Environment:
Must be able to drive a motor vehicle. Must be able to lift 30 pounds. Must be flexible working in
a fast-paced, non-profit environment. Experience or interest in improving community wellbeing
and helping people in generational poverty is a plus. This position works only in the RE:center
office; this is not a remote position.


Other – Required to pass successfully:
___ Fingerprint Clearance Card
___ Drug Screening
**Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive
listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this
job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Volunteer Positions

HisKidz Small Group Facilitator

Like teaching kids about Jesus?  Are you good at leading discussion?  This might be a great role for you.

HisKidz Small Group Facilitator's Assistant

Want to be involved with teaching kids about Jesus, but don’t feel like your gift is teaching?  Consider be a Small Group Leader’s Assistant.

HisKidz Worship

Do you love to sing?  Do you love to dance or do motions as you worship?  Consider joining the His Kidz Worship Team today. 

HisKidz A/V Tech

Are you gifted with technology?  Do you enjoy working with sound?  We need A/V Techs to help with the His Kidz production every Sunday. 

HisKidz Cleaning Crew

Do you enjoy serving behind the scenes?  Do you want to help provide a safe, clean, environment for His Kidz?  Please consider being a part of the His Kidz Cleaning Crew. 

HisKidz Registration

Are you a people person?  Do you enjoy meeting new people and have a friendly smile?  Be one of the first faces to welcome people to the His Kidz experience.

HisKidz Environment Enhancer

Are you gifted at decorating?  Do you enjoy creating exciting environments?  We need help making His KIdz the most engaging it can be through creating props, decorating rooms, or whatever else you see as a way to make the His Kidz experience the best it can possibly be. 

Worship Team

Interested in using your time and talents in music to lead others to worship Jesus the risen Savior?  Help us make it Easier for people to KNOW JESUS through music!  Apply today.

Audio Visual Team

Want to spread the message of Jesus to the WHOLE WORLD? Join our A/V team TODAY and start utilizing technology to bring the Gospel of Jesus to all the earth! Apply below.

Clean Team

Want to support efforts for a clean, inviting atmosphere where people can gather free from distractions in pursuit of the vision and mission of theCHURCH?

Apply Below

Safety Team

Just as the shepherd is concerned about saving the one lost sheep (Luke 15), we also need to protect those people, resources, facilities, and ministries entrusted to our care. How can we do anything less?

Apply Below

Safety Team Champion

When you enter a room, are you immediately drawn to areas of weakness in terms of security and safety of those in that space?  Do you have a heart for the safety and well-being of others around you?  If so, contact us about leading a team of people who seek the safety and well=being of our church.

Scroll to Top