Community Resource Coordinator

Community Care Connections Ashland , WI 54806

Posted 2 months ago

Everyday, Inclusa embraces a flexible work model that encourages colleagues to work remotely - from home or elsewhere. The Inclusa model supports our vision, mission and values; and, is ideal in light of current social distancing needs. Learn more about our Community Resource Coordinator opportunity where you can truly make a difference in the lives of many and your own! DEADLINE DATE: accepting applications until filled.

This position will be supporting our Ashland members and travel is eligible for mileage reimbursement. Candidate must reside in the state of Wisconsin.

Inclusa through its founding organizations, pioneered Family Care in Wisconsin and has been serving the people of Wisconsin since 2000. We are presently in 62 counties servicing nearly 15,000 members, the elderly frail and adults with disabilities, in a strengths-based manner that supports goals and what is important for each individual. With 30+ offices throughout the state and a growing workforce, we believe that all people regardless of age, disability, or healthcare status should be able to pursue the life they choose within their community. Here at Inclusa every position is essential in supporting the organization's:

Vision: Inclusa empowers people to explore and achieve life's possibilities.

Mission: In order to maximize health outcomes, Inclusa proactively partners with others to build vibrant and inclusive communities that offer people dignity, choice, and connections.

Values: Partnership, Respect, Innovation, Integrity, Development, and Excellence.

As a Community Resource Coordinator (CRC), you will be responsible for partnering with your fellow colleagues to provide top quality care to our members. They are looking to you in providing assistance when it comes to living their daily lives.

Some responsibilities will include the following:

  • Learn what is important to the member and support them in achieving it.

  • Partner with a registered nurse, also referred to as a Health and Wellness Coordinator, and collaborate on an ongoing basis regarding the member and their plan.

  • Perform face-to-face social-related assessments for members upon enrollment and at least every six (6) months thereafter in the member's setting.

  • Coordinate, schedule and track monthly phone contacts and quarterly face-to-face visits.

  • Participate in the development and ongoing review and coordination of the member's plan of care.

  • Take the lead in areas related to social, community integration, employment, housing, and non-health related issues.

  • Educate on and promote prevention/wellness and mitigate risk when assessed.

  • Document activity and complete paperwork as required.

What's in it for you by joining the Inclusa team?

  • Flexible employment model - work from office and home options; wherever it's most convenient to get the work done!
  • Scheduling balance - hours that allow for a greater work/life balance. We operate Monday
  • Friday 8:00 am

  • 4:30 pm. No on-call or required weekends!

  • Various paid time off through accrued PTO time & 10 recognized holidays
  • Good Friday, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, and New Year's Eve just to name a few of our unique paid dates off and additional floating holidays.
  • Customize your insurance needs - medical, vision, and dental options to fit your family.

  • Life insurance covered 100% by Inclusa.

  • Short term and long-term disability insurance covered 100% by Inclusa.

  • Financial perks

  • 401K plan is dollar to dollar matched up to 4%.
  • Casual dress code policy - dress appropriately per your schedule.

  • Our members - the biggest benefit of all is that you are making a difference by supporting members in your local community.


  • Giving back to those most in need = Fulfilling your life's best work! It just makes sense!

This position will be supporting our Ashland members and travel is eligible for mileage reimbursement. Candidate must reside in the state of Wisconsin.

Deadline Date: We will be accepting applications for this position until filled.

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