Requisition Number: MCSAC-TEALD-H-11-2019-01
Job Title: Hospital Coordination and Transition Supervisor
State: LA

Minimum Degree Required: D - Graduate Degree
Minimum Years of Experience: 0
Salary Range: $21.15/hour

Hospital Coordination and Transition Supervisor

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Description/Job Summary

The Hospital Coordination and Transition Supervisor is an office based position with community based components. The goal is to help individuals connect with outpatient aftercare treatment following hospital discharge by engaging individuals while they are still in the hospital, address barriers to treatment after discharge and strengthen support systems to reduce number of re-hospitalizations. 


  • Provide direct supervision to HCT Specialists
  • Develop goals and monitor progress of each staff and client
  • Maintains community collateral relationships
  • Receive referrals daily to triage and make initial contact with client (while inpatient when possible)
  • Complete all required clinical documentation and data reporting in timely manner
  • Acts as HCT Specialist PRN—during staff shortages, times of increased volume, particularly acute cases etc.
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Experience

  • 0 – 3 years

Required Education

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling

Required Qualifications

  • LMSW or PLPC license

Program Summary

Resources for Human Development is a national human services nonprofit with the broadest possible service mission, and specializes in creating innovative, quality services that support people of all abilities wherever the need exists. Founded in 1970, RHD supports more than 160 human service programs across the country, serving tens of thousands of people every year with caring and effective programs addressing intellectual and developmental disabilities, behavioral health, homelessness, addiction recovery and more.
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Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.