Senior LIFE is an innovative home and community based Medicare and Medicaid funded program which provides all-inclusive healthcare services and support to seniors living in the community. Senior LIFE makes it possible for seniors to remain at home, enjoying the comfort and reassurance of familiar surroundings while receiving the care they need. Senior LIFE staff live the mission of the program. Our team is committed to partnering with our seniors to remain at home through promoting open communication and shared decision making while providing excellent care and services.
As a recognized ambassador to the organization, the Marketing Coordinator will be responsible for a host of tasks and ongoing duties, many of which will have quantifiable conversion goals. An ability to effectively prospect, achieve goals, identify potential referral sources and position Senior LIFE in a positive, pioneering light in the community and beyond will be critical to success in this role, as will alignment with all related responsibilities:
One of the first points of contact for members and their families is the Marketing Coordinator and, as such, this role requires a responsible, organized, articulate and, above all, caring professional to establish that critical rapport for those new to the Senior LIFE community. This broad-reaching role works with both internal and external teams, coordinating care as well as executing various marketing outreach, ensuring the proper communication, compliance and documentation the LIFE program requires to excel in its mission.
The core of the Marketing Coordinator position centers on evaluating new members, and onboarding them into the Senior LIFE community, with direct responsibilities including:
Candidates should be competitive and self starters that thrive in team settings, have the ability to adapt to changing environments, and have strong interpersonal and communication skills. Healthcare marketing and/or sales experience is required, as is a proven track record of sales experience. Knowledge of Medicare/Medicaid regulations is a plus, and a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and reliable transportation is required.