Care Coordination Supervisor

  • Brooklyn, NY, United States
Full Time Health Care Nonprofit

Job Description

NADAP, a recognized provider of wraparound services supporting the health and recovery of New Yorkers for 46 years, seeks applications from dedicated, passionate professionals for the Care Coordination Supervisor position in their fast-growing Health Homes Care Coordination Program.

The Care Coordinator Supervisor position is an exciting opportunity to manage a team and make a significant contribution to improving the health of vulnerable New Yorkers. 


The Care Coordination Supervisor manages a team of Bachelor-level Care Coordinators who support individuals in achieving short and long term health care goals using a voluntary, person-centered modelThe Care Coordination Supervisor works closely with his/her team to ensure consistent provision of high quality health care coordination to clients in the community who have chronic medical and/or mental health conditions.  The Care Coordination Supervisor is a member of diverse supervisory team, and will work closely with other supervisors and managers to develop, train, and coach the direct care staff.  The Care Coordination Supervisor provides clinical supervision to non-clinical staff via targeted trainings, one-on-one supervision, group supervision, and case review of critically ill or especially challenging clients.

NADAP provides a positive work environment in a rapidly growing program with many opportunities for advancement.  Our Health Homes team demonstrates a defined career ladder and has a proven track record of internal promotions. Along with cultural diversity, variety in work, flexibility in scheduling, and the option of paid training for staff development, NADAP caters to an exceptional work experience.


  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Public Administration, Public Health, or a related field.
  • One year of job-related experience supervising staff who deliver medical, mental health, case management, or addiction focused services to individuals or families.
  • Desire to work in a collaborative, team focused environment.
  • Desire to innovate, and instigate positive change in policy, staff, and client care provision.
  • Working knowledge of medical and behavioral health care systems strongly preferred.
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred.

Education Requirements

Master's Degree


$65,000 annually