Reports to the CEO and Executive Director, the Director of Family Support will set and guide the strategy for all direct family support efforts and case management.
Responsible for a wide variety of finance-related tasks that are primarily associated with preparing financial records. These tasks oftentimes include computing taxes and preparing tax returns, organizing and maintaining financial records, and ensuring statements are accurate
Case Managers will assist families in locating medical care at their duty station. Will guide families when that care is not available and mentors families new to EFMP as they work through securing providers for a new diagnosis.
Branch Advisors will be representative of each branch, including lived experiences as both officer and enlisted. Branch Advisors will assist with consulting on branch-specific case management cases, consulting with peer-to-peer support group moderators, and advising the Executive Team on matters that directly affect the families they represent.
The EFM journalist will work with the EFM team to create content that can be shared to elevate EFMP families’ voices. As the EFM journalist you will assist the Director of Communications with creating content that is pitched to news organizations.
The chief operating officer (CEO) and executive director (ED) are looking for a mission-focused, strategic, and process-minded leader with experience leading a team and developing a performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals, or an intense desire to learn how to do so. The Volunteer Director must be a leader who is able to help others at EFM deliver measurable, cost-effective results that make the vision a reality. Importantly, the successful Volunteer Director will have the skills, sensitivity, and personal confidence to tap into the power that each member of the team brings to this mission. While it is essential that the Volunteer Director bring efficient and effective systems to increase the productivity of the organization, is it also critical that the team retain the creative spark that drives EFM.
Responsible for assisting in the Exceptional Families of the Military's grassroots advocacy needs. This includes developing and electronically mailing action alerts, special legislative updates, and press releases when necessary. This also includes assisting the Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, or Legislative Director with social media advocacy cooperatively with the communications department.
The HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring that protected health information (PHI) received by Exceptional Families of the Military remains confidential. The HIPAA Coordinator will also handle complaints regarding potential violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Support Group Moderators help us keep our peer-to-peer support groups running. Reporting to the Director of Social Media support group moderators will monitor groups for misinformation, conflict and requests for assistance utlizing the guide provided.
- Reports to the Co-Directors of the Autism Family Advocacy Committee
- Assists with advocating to legislators and base leadership about services for families with beneficiaries on the autism spectrum-training will be provided
- Assists with moderating EFM Autism Support groups
- Provides peer to peer support to families.
- Knowledgeable on Autism Care Demonstration is helpful, but not a requirement; can be educated on changes.
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