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Guardianship Coordinator

The Arc of New Mexico Guardianship Program is actively seeking to hire a Guardianship Coordinator. The Program works on behalf of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This service provided by The Arc of New Mexico has been determined by a court of law that the individuals are unable to make “safe or reasonable decisions” concerning their own care. The coordinator’s major functions of the job are to:

  • Ensure that protected individuals guarantee the greatest degree of safety for any assets and services in their best interest
  • Ensure the timely submission of all required reports (including financial reports and accounting) to the appointing court and to persons served by the guardianship fiscal agent
  • Manage guardianship correspondence, submit monthly billable time, manage Medicaid billing to guardianship contractor
  • Attend monthly client case review meetings

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and experience: Minimum associate’s degree required; Life or work experience in guardianship; Understanding of the New Mexico state’s social service system; Great interpersonal skills and self-motivated; Organized and efficient

Must pass an annual Caregivers Screening, and successfully test and obtain a Center for guardianship Certification (CGC) within eighteen (18) months of employment with The Arc of NM.

Resumes will be accepted until position is filled. Email resume to: frontdesk@arcnm.org (505) 883-5564. The Arc of New Mexico is an equal opportunity employer.

Trust Administrator

The Arc of NM is seeking an individual skilled in NM and Federal policy to serve in a director-level position as the Trust Administrator. The primary function of this position is to oversee the Master Trust(s) held by The Arc New Mexico on behalf of clients and/or beneficiaries: including discretionary authority; determining eligibility in accordance to Social Security and Medicaid, and investment and trust management. The Administrator will ensure conformance to all regulations, policies, and compliance functions required by law.

Essential Duties include:

  • Manage pooled trust fund distributions and maintains trusts files.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of financial, estate, and income tax planning concepts
  • Meet State and Federal compliance and account administration of all Trust(s)
  • Keep up with SSI and Medicaid income and resource rules
  • Maintain accurate Trust records, and electronic systems
  • Supervisory duties (oversee responsibilities of Trust coordinator)

Download full job description here.

Please submit  a resume with at least three references to Veronica Chavez Neuman or call with questions at (505) 883-4630.  The Arc of New Mexico is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

 

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