FREED is currently recruiting for 3 open positions

Information & Assistance Specialist

The Information and Assistance Specialist serves as the main receptionist for the Yuba City Office. As a member of the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) team, they also serve as chief provider of enhanced information and referral (I&R) services to callers, and walk-ins to the FREED office. The Information and Assistance Specialist identifies resources in the community and assists consumers to connect with these resources and maintains a resource guide for Yuba-Sutter counties. This position also performs clerical duties and enters data into the consumer statistical database.

Interested individuals should email or send a resume and cover letter summarizing qualifications and experience to: jobs@FREED.org

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Care Transitions Coach

As a member of the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) team, the Care Transition Coach provides hospital to home patient navigation using the Care Transition Intervention model. The CTI Coach supports community transition services and collaborates with FREED service staff, as well as other community partners to successfully respond to short term service coordination needs, and assist consumers in making informed decisions about their Long Term Supports and Services needs. This position works within the local hospital to meet with consumers both pre and post discharge to ensure continuity of care. Please see the attached Care Transition Coach Job Description for more details.

Interested individuals should email or send a resume and cover letter summarizing qualifications and experience to: jobs@FREED.org

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TBI Coordinator

The TBI Coordinator provides services to persons with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) to live more independently within their community by providing cores services including supported living, community reintegration, vocational support, information and referral, and professional and public community education and outreach. Direct services will include housing, peer support, supported living services, case management, independent living skills training, benefits planning, transition and individual advocacy services.

Interested individuals should email or send a resume and cover letter summarizing qualifications and experience to: jobs@FREED.org

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