Financial Coordinator, Part-Time
Local non-profit seeking a Part-Time Financial Coordinator for residential group home
Mon-Fri, 20-25 hours per week
TheFinancial Coordinator will have the following general responsibilities:
1. Maintain a financialfile for each resident. The file will include bank statement, receipts, TNCAREstatements and correspondence, food stamp certification letter, paycheck stubsand deposits, petty cash records, award letter and correspondence from Social Securityand income tax return. This file must bemaintained as per the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and DevelopmentalDisabilities Department’s Personal Funds Policy.
2. Pay any bills for theresidents, including rent, operating fees, cable, medical and dental, phone,insurance, leisure service fees and personal shopping.
3. Maintain receipts forall expenses paid for each resident.
4. Reconcile and balance eachresident’s bank statements and submit them to the Executive Director forapproval.
5. Prepare the documentsnecessary for each resident’s Friday banking, helping them to deposit theirchecks and get spending money for the week.
6. Maintain, distributeand balance petty cash funds for each resident and Beta Home and BetaDevelopment.
7. Maintain food stampcards and provide each house with the cards to be used each week during groceryshopping. Keep records of all groceryreceipts and record those receipts that include the food stamps used on themonthly log as required by DIDD and the SNAP program.
8. Submit food stampcertifications as requested by TN Dept. of Human Services, including themonthly roster.
9. Obtain ResidentDirector approval and send bills and invoices for Beta Home and BetaDevelopment Co to ARC for payment.
10. Collect necessaryinformation for HUD re-certifications (employment verification of wages, socialsecurity benefits, checking account totals, etc.) and provide this informationto the ARC accounting department.
11. Assist the ARCAccounting Department with the preparation of federal income tax returns forresidents whose families do not prepare their return.
He/She is directly responsibleto the Residential Director and the Program Coordinator.
A high school diploma or equivalent andsecretarial training and work-related experience in an office is required forthis position.
Proficiency with computer programs such asWord, Excel, etc. and basic writing and organizational skills are required forthis position. Must have excellent verbal skills and the ability to interactwith residents, families and the public in a professional manner. Must have a valid Tennessee driver’s license,good driving record, and be insurable by the agency insurance company.
Job Type: Part-time
Local non-profit is seeking a production painter for spray booth, with pressure pot experience.
Hours are Monday-Friday 730am-330pm.
The Production Painter is directly responsible to The Metal Shop Production Supervisor . He/She will be expected to fulfill any responsible request for service which is within the stated purpose of the Arc Knox County. He/She will be bound by the regulations which are stated in the Agency policy manual, any subsequent regulations which become a part of Agency policy, and the Staff Handbook.
A high school diploma or GED with a minimum of at least (1) year previous work-related experience is required.
Must be at least 21 years of age. Complete all required DIDD training in a timely manner. Maintain certifications and complete refresher training annually.
The position is on the work floor and could involve sitting, standing, bending and walking for long periods of time throughout the day. The position also requires the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. frequently on a daily basis.
Direct Support Staff
The Arc Knox County wants you to join our growing team of Direct Support Professionals today! If you’re seeking a meaningful job that directly impacts the lives of others, this position is for you! DSPs are the core of our organization and make a difference in people’s lives daily.
We have Part Time Positions Open!
General responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Provide the maximum level of supervision at all times to each individual served, according to their Individual Support Plan.
- Plan and provide input into the activities (educational and recreational) that are designed for the residents, including specific outings requested by the individual residents.
- Document the distribution of all medications given to the clients. This includes: prescribed medication, non-prescription over-the-counter medications, PRN medications (as circumstances may require), and monitoring medication reactions.
- Provide transportation for all the residents to their daily activities or appointments.
- Assist with Sunshine Leisure Services activities as requested by the Residential Services Director and/or the Leisure Services Director. Responsibilities include promoting the goals of the leisure program such as independence, decision making, problem solving interpersonal relationships, etc.
- Assist with the preparation of meals and the cleaning of the home (including debris/trash on the outside grounds).
- Provide instruction and any necessary assistance to the residents in basic living areas such as hygiene, toileting, bathing, cooking, cleaning, and laundry and social/recreational/leisure skills.
Education Requirements: A high school diploma or GED with a minimum of at least (1) year previous work-related experience with developmentally disabled Adults in a related field is preferred. This requirement can be waived or modified to allow the highest qualified individual to be hired for this position.
Position Requirements: Complete certification classes for Medication Administration for Unlicensed Personnel. Complete all required DIDD training (CPR, First Aid, Title VI, Universal Precautions, support training) in a timely manner. Maintain certifications and complete refresher training annually. Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid Tennessee driver’s license and be insurable by the agency insurance company.