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Outreach Coordinator




POSITION TITLE: Outreach Coordinator   Part time/Full Time

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for developing community partnerships and sharing the mission and vision of BRIDGES and its affiliates/subsidiaries.  The Outreach Coordinator will attend community meetings and events as well as internal strategic planning meetings to reach the community.  The Outreach Coordinator should have a full understanding of all areas of services offered by BRIDGES.



  • Develop and maintain community relationships that support the mission and programs of BRIDGES
  • Attend community events sharing our mission and building relationships in the community
  • Sit on various community collaborative meetings and groups as a representative of BRIDGES
  • Develop an outreach plan on a yearly basis
  • Create and maintain a calendar of outreach events in the community
  • Track interactions to measure the needs of the community and a successful path for referrals
  • Educate and refer individuals to BRIDGES’ services and programs
  • Must be able to travel throughout Westchester, Rockland and Orange counties (Some weekends and nights might be required)
  • Be familiar with the current health care environment, benefits and entitlement programs and the Independ Living Philosophy
  • Provide presentations as needed on BRIDGES, Disability Awareness or specific programs
  • Undergo necessary trainings annually to keep up to date on Disability related regulations (ADA) and changes that may impact the disability community
  • Participate in various BRIDGES fundraising and community engagement events
  • Support growth of various programs at BRIDGES by establishing appropriate referral sources including:
  • Discharge Planners at Hospitals and Nursing Homes
  • Schools and Colleges (Disability Offices)
  • Local Community Centers and various other community outlets


  • A Bachelor’s Degree, plus a minimum of one to two years’ experience in a similar capacity or equivalent combination of education and experience working with people with disabilities
  • Bilingual preferred but not required
  • Knowledge of Excel, MS Office, Social Media and virtual conferencing applications as well as excellent computer skills required
  • Able to work independently in an effective and efficient manner
  • A valid NY State Driver’s License and ability to drive and an acceptable driving record for agency insurance coverage are required. Must be able to travel locally and regionally for appointments.
  • Adhere to all Agency policies and procedures, including but not limited to corporate compliance, personnel policies, HIPAA and all procedures
  • Excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills; able to interact with all levels of associates both in the office and out in the community in a respectful and confidential manner.


People with disabilities and Veterans, highly encouraged to apply!

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