Are you an excellent communicator who thrives when making a positive impact on your patients’ lives? Are you dedicated to building strong relationships with others? If so, becoming a Care Coordinator could be your next career step! In this position you’ll be serving as the communication link between patients and healthcare professionals. You’ll identify the appropriate post-acute care (PAC) setting to make sure that the patient receives the best healthcare services and ensuring a smooth and efficient delivery of care. You’ll also be working with the patient’s family to offer support and information throughout the process. In this position you’ll be part of team that is passionate about patient care while supporting a healthy work/life balance for their employees. If you’re looking forward to making a difference in the lives of others, take the next step by applying below. Top Reasons to Love This Job: 1. Opportunity to make a difference to patients 2. Competitive salary offered 3. Full benefits package available 4. Opportunity to work with one of the best facilities in the state Top “Must Have” Skills for This Job: 1. Registered Clinician is a requirement with preference for RN, PT, or OT credentials 2. Current active unrestricted clinical license required 3. 3-5 years of clinical experience required 4. Experience working with geriatric population preferred 5. Bachelor’s degree preferred 6. Case Management experience within a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) is required 7. CCM is preferred About Dallas A modern metropolis situated in north Texas, Dallas has a thriving economy and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Home to a number of beautiful parks and more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the US, Dallas has no shortage of entertainment for locals. Residents enjoy the art museums, cultural centers, and the annual State Fair of Texas. Additionally, Dallas is also known for its excellent Tex-Mex and BBQ, and was the first city to produce a frozen margarita.