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  • Intake Coordinator

    Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
    Company Name
    Boyer Children's Clinic
  • Overview

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    As the largest provider of early intervention programs and services in Seattle, Boyer is recognized as one of the region’s premier resources for children with neuromuscular disorders or developmental delays. For over 75 years, our highly-skilled experts have provided thousands of families with support, guidance, and hope for a brighter future. Our work supports each child’s unique abilities, and helps every family become their child’s best advocate. Our staff are leaders in their professions, and work as a cohesive team to help ensure a seamless, coordinated and positive experience for every family.


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    Boyer Children's Clinic is currently seeking a full-time Intake Coordinator to coordinate the smooth intake of referrals to the agency.


    Essential Duties:

    • Receive new referrals and gather necessary information from parent or referral source to complete intake paperwork.
    • Maintain detailed record of communication with families.
    • Serve as a point of contact in helping parents obtain service or provide assistance and referral to other agencies.
    • Schedule intake appointments with Nurse Coordinators for all new children and send letters and paperwork regarding intake appointments.
    • Process and coordinate paperwork following intake appointment for timely access to services.
    • Enter new children into the agency and Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT) databases.
    • Identify clients potentially eligible for Medicaid and assist in application.
    • Establish effective working relationships throughout the agency and the early intervention services community. 


    Skills and Qualifications:

    • High school diploma or equivalent working experience. 
    • Thorough knowledge of child development, medical terminology and early intervention services.
    • Demonstrated experience working with multiple professional disciplines.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills. 
    • Ability to establish effective working relationships throughout the agency and in the early intervention services community. 
    • Must possess a valid WA State driver’s license, if driving. 
    • Must be First Aid and CPR certified (or able obtain certification within first 4 weeks of employment).
    • Fluency in Spanish, Vietnamese or Somali is a plus.


    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.



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