LivWell Behavioral Resource Specialist Chandler, AZ · Full time

The main role of the Resource Specialist is create and deliver resources for families that allow them and their children to continue learning while at home.



The Resource Specialist plays a pivotal role within our organization, responsible for planning, implementing, and managing various resources for the programs department. In this position, you will handle administrative tasks, create, and package resources for families, manage calls, and ensure timely resource delivery for our programs department. Collaborating closely with Program Specialists, Supervisors, and Associate Directors, you will contribute to the successful operation of our behavioral health program for clients. 





Primary Responsibilities 

  • Resource Packet Creation: Develop comprehensive resource packets for clients and their families, containing essential information and materials. 
  • Weekly Family Calls: Regularly communicate with families to provide updates on resource delivery and address any concerns. 
  • Weekly Resource Delivery: Coordinate and execute weekly resource deliveries to clients. 
  • Program Department Shopping: Procure necessary items for the programs department, ensuring smooth operations. 
  • Facilitation Support: Assist and support the Program Specialist during program facilitation sessions. 
  • Timely Note Submission: Ensure that program-related notes are submitted promptly. 
  • Management of Food Drops (Tentatively starting in the Fall): Responsible for overseeing the efficient distribution of food resources to our clients. 
  • Supporting the planning and coordination of new activities.  
  • Take part in collaboration meetings to ensure projects are on schedule.  
  • Providing feedback on the success and/or failure based on expected results of each project and activity.  
  • Coordinating with other departments to ensure the highest care for clients.  
  • Providing daily debriefs at the end of each shift.  
  • Attendance of monthly one-on-one meeting with supervisor. 



  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.  
  • Patience and flexibility 
  • Understanding of boundary-setting techniques 
  • Proficiency in using technology and databases. 
  • Good time management and organizational skills.  
  • Able to exhibit creativity with activities. 
  • Great teamwork. 
  • Passion for working with children and seeing them improve. 
  • Able to provide strong support during group facilitation. 
  • Proficiency in using technology and databases. 
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively. 


Education & Experience 

  • Preferred but not required: Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, or a related field. 
  • Six (6) months of experience in a healthcare setting OR completion of a related health education certification OR completion of the first semester of courses in a major of an associate or bachelor's degree program in psychology, nursing, counseling, or related field 
  • Experience working with children preferred. 


$18 - $21 per hour