Program Assistant

Easterseals UCP, a prominent non-profit service provider across North Carolina and Virginia, is inviting a compassionate, caring, and dedicated individual to join our collaborative, multidisciplinary Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team as a Program Assistant. We are offering a full-time position in Yanceyville, North Carolina where your contributions will be crucial in ensuring the smooth running of our programs, making a real difference in the lives of those we serve.

What You’ll Do

As a Program Assistant for Easterseals UCP, you’ll play a pivotal role in our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team. You will coordinate and monitor all non-clinical operations of ACTT; managing medical records, operating and coordinating the management information system, and maintaining accounting and budget records.

Your contribution will also extend to receptionist activities where you will triage calls and coordinate communication between the team and individuals, ensuring smooth day-to-day operations and continuity of care. You will be the supportive force that our team relies on to ensure our operations run efficiently and our clients receive the best care possible.

As part of your daily responsibilities, you’ll also be

  • Directly involved in tracking service authorizations
  • Managing electronic health records
  • Participating in team meetings
  • Liaising with various stakeholders, including clients and ancillary service providers

How You’ll Benefit

We value our team members and in return for your hard work and dedication, you’ll earn a competitive hourly wage (between $15-$20 per hour) based on your experience. Our full-time employees also receive comprehensive benefits, including:

  • Paid time off and paid holidays
  • Health benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision) and an optional Flexible Health Spending Account (FSA)
  • Life Insurance and Disability Insurance
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • Employee Assistance Program and Legal services, as needed
  • Merchant Discounts that will enhance your purchasing power!

What We’re Looking For

To join our team as a Program Assistant, you should have the following qualifications:

  • A High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution
  • Certification as a medical administrative technician or equivalent (preferred)
  • At least 6 months of documented experience in a mental health environment (preferred)
  • Valid insurance for personal vehicles utilized for work
  • Completion of required agency and service model trainings within a specified time period

We are seeking a compassionate and dedicated individual who is ready to contribute positively to our team and the lives of those we serve.

Why Join Easterseals UCP

Joining Easterseals UCP means you’ll be part of an organization committed to enhancing the lives of individuals and their families. Your work will contribute to a more inclusive society and promote the rights of individuals living with disabilities and mental health challenges. Here are some of the reasons why you should join us:

  • Make a meaningful impact: Enhance the lives of individuals and their families with your daily work.
  • Professional growth: Gain invaluable experience and continuous opportunities for professional development.
  • Supportive environment: Become a part of our welcoming and supportive team that values collaboration and teamwork.
  • Competitive benefits: Enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off.
  • Community Impact: Make a difference in the community and help us build a more inclusive society.

Take the next step in your career journey by applying to be a Program Assistant today and join us at Easterseals UCP, where your commitment to making a positive impact will be valued and celebrated. If you’re ready to be a part of an organization that values diversity, inclusion, and the empowerment of people of all abilities, we want to hear from you!

About Easterseals UCP

Easterseals UCP is one of the largest non-profit service providers in North Carolina and Virginia dedicated to helping children, adults and families living with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and mental health challenges live their best possible life. Each year, we support 20,000 families by delivering 9 million hours of direct services and a wide variety of life-changing programs in 140 different locations.

We believe in a diverse and inclusive culture that leverages unique strengths, perspectives and viewpoints of its workforce can and will advance our just cause, while building a healthy, sustainable organization. That’s why we listen, seek to understand and act to make our organization a safe place for individuals to be their authentic selves.

Applicants of all abilities are encouraged to apply!