SASH JOB OPPORTUNITIES


SASH Coordinator
• Part time, Non exempt
• Chittenden County
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SASH Wellness Nurse
• Part time, Non exempt
• Barre, Washington County
• For more information contact: Robin Bador at 802-223-1878
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SASH Wellness Nurse
• Part time, Non exempt
• Randolph, Orange County.
• For more information contact: 888-300-8853



SASH Wellness Nurse
• Part time, Non exempt
• Morrisville, Lamoille County
• For more information contact: [email protected] or 802-888-4651



SASH Coordinator
• Full time, Non exempt
• St. Albans, Franklin county
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SASH Coordinator

The SASH Coordinator is the most frequent and consistent staff presence in the SASH hub. This presence allows the SASH Coordinator to build trusting relationships with participants, and to develop a thorough knowledge of each participant’s strengths and challenges as they pertain to living safely in his or her home. The responsibilities of the SASH Coordinator fall into three broad categories of interventions. These three kinds of interventions, provided for SASH participants in a person-centered, holistic manner, are a foundation of the SASH model. These three intervention categories are Transitional care, Self-management education and Coordinated care interventions.

Wellness Nurse

The SASH Wellness Nurse is designated to serve a specific SASH panel, thereby providing a consistent presence, which enables trusting relationships to develop with SASH participants. The Wellness Nurse hours are not as extensive as the SASH Coordinator but close collaboration and frequent communication between the Wellness Nurse and SASH Coordinator helps facilitate coordinated care and follow-up. Like the SASH Coordinator, the responsibilities of the SASH Wellness Nurse fall into the same three broad categories of interventions that are the foundation of the SASH model. These three intervention categories are Transitional care, Self-management education and Coordinated care interventions.