The Coordinator of Transportation and Medical Equipment Recycling Programs oversees the development, implementation, and administration of Stavros vans and durable medical equipment through designated contracts which enable persons with disabilities to gain more control in the least restrictive environment and promotes further increasing their Independence.
1. Continuous oversight of services to ensure that contractual obligations are met.
2. Responsible for the quality of services being delivered by evaluating staff, procedures, seeking consumer and staff feedback, implementing corrective action plans, as needed, and identifying and scheduling trainings that enhance program and staff development.
3. Oversee technicians/drivers to verify protocols are followed, the quality of services meets expectation, trainings and certification requirements, including current CPR and First Aid Certification are up to date as well as class D MA operating driver’s license and clean driving record. Develop schedule for technicians/drivers for service deliveries.
4. Address any complaints/concerns pertaining to staff, delivery of services or other program matters related to vans or DME contracts.
5. Keep maintenance records and appointments for vans, purchase of supplies, tools, and materials needed to ensure that services can be delivered, equipment can be maintained, cleaned, repaired/refurbished and recycled. Including submitting PO’s to Accounts Payables for processing.
6. Use record keeping databases designated by contract holder to input information that meet the standards set by contracts and the agency in the timeframe identified by such.
7. Maintain a current MA Class D license to operate and clean driving record and able to operate a motor vehicle.
8. Must have experience and be able to perform minor mechanical repairs for durable medical equipment such as power wheelchairs and scooters.
The Coordinator of Transportation and Medical Equipment Recycling Programs must have a commitment to the Independent Living philosophy and a sensitivity toward the needs of persons with disabilities.
Should have personal or work experience with disabilities or persons with disabilities.
Should have or be able to develop an understanding of how local state and federal systems can be effectively improved in order to be more responsive to the needs of an individual’s disabilities and services available.
Must be able to work independently, in a team setting, as well as work with diverse groups and individuals. Should have strong supervisory skills and organizational skills.
Should possess good written and verbal communication skills and easily establish rapport with others. Must have experience and be able to perform minor mechanical repairs for durable medical equipment such as power wheelchairs and scooters.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Must have an excellent driving record, current MA Class D license and able to operate a motor vehicle. Current CPR and First Aid Certification preferred but will provide, if needed.