Nursing Home Transition Coordinator


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Human Services, Rehabilitation, or a related field.

  • Proficiency in computer software.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Verbal and written fluency in English.

  • Team oriented with proven related experience.

  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to work independently when necessary.

  • Must be able to perform routine clerical work.

  • Must be able to travel for consumer services within the 9 county coverage area.


  • Promotes the Independent Living philosophy.

  • Completes intake assessments and related documentation.

  • Investigates and refers consumers to resources in the community.

  • Maintains familiarity with services available to consumers including eligibility requirements and appeal procedures.

  • Serves as a consultant for barrier removal to other entities within the scope of the NHT Program.

  • Coordinates the development of individual consumer transition plans in conjunction with RTF and nursing facility staff.

  • Reviews expenses and billing activities for Nursing Home Transitions.

  • Performs duties on “move day” in coordination with RTF staff, nursing facility staff and other resources.

  • Performs duties on “move day” in coordination with RTF staff, nursing facility staff and other resources.

  • Provides information and referral service concerning CILNCP services and programs.

  • Provides advocacy services as appropriate.

  • Records and documents direct consumer services.

  • Prepares monthly forms, narratives, and documentation as requested by the Executive Director.

  • Ensures accuracy of data entered in CILNCP’s database.

  • Collects, reports and distributes data for the Office of Long Term Living in coordination with the NHT Administrator.

  • Completes Audits and Reports to ensure the quality management of data collected within CILNCP’s database.

  • Managing consumers who are ACT 150 or OBRA

  • Exhibits high levels of professionalism and confidentiality in working with consumers, directors, managers, staff, and the public both within and outside of the CIL.

  • Exhibits high levels of professionalism, confidentiality, and effective communication skills in establishing collaborative working relationships with both members of the Senior Leadership and Programs & Services Leadership Teams, as well as the Board of Directors.

  • Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills in disseminating information to various constituencies, both inside and outside of the CIL.​

  • Attends/participates in trainings, conferences, workshops, seminars and other meetings.

  • Performs duties according to CILNCP confidentiality guidelines for protection of consumer information as required under the US-DHH HIPAA Regulations.

  • Participate in outreach activities, workshops or seminars in areas of independent living, Project Able, The American’s with Disabilities Act, assistive technology programs, and advocacy.

  • Works a flexible work schedule to accommodate the CILNCP’s needs as applicable.

  • Ensures all work is completed in a timely and accurate manner.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Performs all duties commensurate with the CILNCP Policy & Procedures Manual.

Roads to Freedom Center for Independent Living (RTFCIL) is an equal opportunity organization that has procedures in place to ensure equal access and fair treatment to all individuals. RTFCIL complies with all applicable civil rights laws (city, state, and federal). Programs, services, and personnel issues are administered without regard to disability, race, creed, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, marital, or veteran status. RTFCIL is committed to affirmative action to ensure that individuals with disabilities, particularly those who are members of traditionally under-represented groups, receive full access to Roads to Freedom Center for Independent Living.