Job Opportunities at PACE

PACE is a unique care option for older adults who wish to remain in their home as they age. We are a non-profit organization that is committed to providing senior community members with the care, medical treatment, and support they need to achieve the highest quality of life. Come join our team as we give senior citizens in our community the care they need to age with dignity and respect. As a full-time employee at PACE you will be eligible for an array of benefits including healthcare, paid time off, paid holidays, matching 403B retirement contributions, education reimbursement, and more. We are actively recruiting for the following positions listed below.  All positions are full-time with normal business hours unless specified.

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PACE of Southwest Michigan is committed to providing our participants with the best care possible. Offers of employment are contingent upon an applicant passing a background check, drug screen and TB test.

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Current Employment Opportunities – Non-Care

Under the general supervision of the Center Manager, plans, organizes, and implements transportation services needed by PACE participants. Transportation Coordinator is responsible for working with all contracted transportation providers to ensure the various needs of PACE participants are met.

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Current Employment Opportunities – Care

The Social Worker is responsible for the direct social work case management services to the participants of the PACE of Southwest Michigan program. Works under the direction of the Center Manager or designee but is independent in the application of advanced social work knowledge and skills. Provides assessments for potential enrollees and social work support for all current participants and caregivers. Facilitates Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) meetings and is a key member of the IDT.

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Under the supervision of the Center Manager, the Intake Coordinator-RN is responsible for recruitment and coordination of the PACE SWMI intake process including initial screening and assessment, assistance in determining and obtaining Medicaid eligibility, communication with the IDT, advocate for the potential participant, referral source relationship management, and intake activity data collection. The Intake Coordinator serves as the primary liaison between potential participants, and their families, the PACE team, and referral sources. The Intake Coordinator will deliver information about the PACE program to potential participants, referral sources, and the community to meet or exceed monthly enrollment expectations.

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The Primary Care Physician (PCP) provides all aspects of direct care to all participants of the program. The PCP works under the direct and indirect supervision of the Medical Director or designee but is independent in the application of advanced physician knowledge and skills.

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The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for providing direct and indirect nursing care to participants in the PACE Center and in the community. Works under the direct supervision of the Clinic Manager or designee but is independent in the application of advanced nursing knowledge and skills in all settings.  Manages complex clinical situations for which he/she is responsible.

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The LPN has the responsibility for providing direct and indirect nursing care to participants in the PACE Center but primarily in the community. Works under the direct supervision of the Clinic Operations Manager or designee but is independent in the application of advanced nursing knowledge and skills in all settings. Manages complex clinical situations for which he/she is responsible.

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Our CNAs perform participant care activities and other tasks as assigned to assist the primary care, therapy, and day center activities at PACE. They work under the direct supervision of the Nurse Supervisor or designee but are independent in the application of nursing assistant knowledge and skills.

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The Personal Care Assistant provides support and basic care for PACE participants in their homes or the PACE Day Center. Works under the direct supervision of the Day Center Supervisor or team lead.

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We are actively recruiting for an Activity Aide, in this role you are responsible for engaging PACE Participants in daily activities and assisting with food service and providing our Participants with a safe and clean environment.

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The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant performs participant care activities and other tasks as assigned to assist the primary care, therapy, and adult day health staff. Works under the direct supervision of the Day Center Supervisor or designee but is independent in the application of rehabilitative therapy knowledge and skills. Under specific direction follows the treatment plans created by Physical or Occupational Therapist. Assists the therapists with set up, performance of or clean up related to: exercise modalities, daily living skills and other participant care activities as assigned. Assist aide staff in meeting various daily needs of the participants.

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The Rehabilitative Technician performs participant care activities and other tasks as assigned to assist the Physical and Occupational therapists. Works under the direct supervision of the Day Center Supervisor or designee but is independent in the application of rehabilitative therapy knowledge and skills as delegated by licensed therapists. Assists therapists with set up, performance of or clean up related to: exercise modalities, daily living skills and other participant care activities as assigned. 

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The Occupational Therapist will evaluate and reassess participants upon referral from the Interdisciplinary Team. Provides and recommends therapeutic exercises. Works under the direct supervision of the Center Manager or designee but is independent in the application of advanced Occupational Therapy knowledge and skills. Responsible for the overall occupational therapy program at PACE of Southwest Michigan.

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The Licensed Pharmacy Technician will be responsible for coordinating refills and filling participant medication boxes and medication minders. Interacting with participants to work proactively to get medication minders returned. Deliver medication minders to participants who are attending the PACE Day Program. Review participant medication lists for changes, discontinuations, and new medications. Clean returned medication minders, administer noon medication passes. Maintain inventory control and records, fill pre-filled insulin syringes. Must be able to work with little or no supervision. Required Qualifications & Skills: Licensed Pharmacy Technician or enrolled in license program through KLTC. Two or more years of pharmacy experience Self – Motivated Forward Thinking to work ahead and anticipate unexpected events Extreme attention to detail
The Licensed Clinical Social Worker is responsible for providing services for participants of the PACE Southwest Michigan program. Working with the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) the LCSW will provide direct therapeutic services including assessments, treatment plans and case management services.

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