Office CoordinatorPrimary Location:
OH-OHColumbus-5655 N. High StFunction:
Office and Administrative Support
Ohio Mentor d/b/a Institute for Family Centered Services ( IFCS). IFCS serves families in Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Florida, Indiana, and now Ohio through intensive in-home family centered services. Founded in 1988, IFCS’ service model provides individualized, practical support to families, including assistance during times of crisis and help with parenting in unusual or difficult circumstances. IFCS also works with families to resolve conflicts, address their communication needs, and provide support when the tasks of daily living are overwhelming. IFCS joined The Mentor Network in 2009.
Every person needs the support of others, but we look for very special people to support children with emotional, behavioral or medical complexities. As an Office Coordinator with Ohio Mentor you’ll be one of those special people.
For IFCS and The MENTOR Network the Office Coordinator is critical to our success and exemplifies the wonderful mission driven work we do here every day.
To that end, the Office Coordinator role is a fantastic role to continue your career path in Social and Human Services with a myriad of career options to move up and across the organization.
IFCS is seeking an Office Coordinator to coordinate administrative support for our Monroe, OH office, which may include coordination of building maintenance, office equipment and purchasing. Office Coordinators also supervise work flow of administrative staff under the direction of a manager or director. The Office Coordinator may also perform administrative duties such as scheduling, preparing correspondence, answering telephones and filing.Qualifications:
- Associate’s degree in related field or equivalent in knowledge and experience
- Five years of administrative support experience
Founded in 1980, The MENTOR Network is a national network of local human services providers offering an array of quality, community-based services in more than 30 states to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families.