Howry Residential Services

Mendota Heights

Job Title:
Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator (PC) has the primary responsibility for providing leadership, management, regulatory compliance, supervision, and program plan implementation to an Adult or Child Foster Care program. The PC will provide direct care to clients during scheduled shifts, manage the staff at the facility, coordinate meetings, and establish relationships with the Interdisciplinary Teams, functioning as a liaison between the teams and the agency. The PC is responsible for being available during emergencies.

Areas of Responsibility:Programming:Set up and attend client review meetings as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team and participate in future program planning and development; assist in writing client outcomesAs requested, gather summary data for and participate in authoring progress reportsAs requested, submit input on assigned client progress books for the purposes of updatingManage on-going activities of daily living, encouraging independent living skills whenever possibleUnderstand the purpose of and consistently implement all client programs scheduled during hours workedAccurately and thoroughly document day-to-day client progress on scheduled programs and record all data requested on the appropriate program charts; supervise staff in the completion of daily progress trackingProvide the Director or Designee with feedback on the success and appropriateness of programs being implemented; document this in client program logs; get clarification from the Director or Designee on program implementation when neededDevelop and implement client daily schedules as neededCarry out behavior management procedures as outlined in individual behavior plansObtain a working knowledge of client history, skills, areas of vulnerability, habilitation plans, and emergency proceduresAdvocate for clients needs; encourage and provide opportunities for client choice, presenting creative options as neededCommunication and Teamwork

Minimum Qualifications:18 years of age or older (21 years or older for child foster care programs)High school diploma or equivalent, post-secondary degree preferredTwo years of experience serving people in adult foster care services preferredTwo years of management experience preferredEligible as determined by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the Department of Human ServicesValid driver's license and driving record that meets insurability requirements as defined by the Company's insurance carrier; depending on the site, may need to possess a personal vehicle for use in performing work-related activities and maintain necessary insurance coverage


How to Apply:
Apply directly on our website at or call me at 651-491-1834