Join Our Growing Team
Social Services Career Opportunities

211 Brevard offers opportunities to do meaningful work while gaining knowledge and skills to advance your career in the social services sector.  Your education and experience will be enhanced with our industry-approved training programs to enable you to provide person-centered care that helps people manage emotional, financial and community crises.  Benefits include paid insurance, IRA match, sick and vacation leave, professional certifications and supportive hybrid home/office work environment.

Community/Crisis Care Coordinator:

Community/Crisis Care Coordinators prevent suicide, help people avoid homelessness, manage mental health and substance use issues, access health care and connect to critical services in times of financial and community crisis, by responding to contacts from 211 and 988.

Veteran-Specific Care Coordinator, full-time:

The primary responsibility of the MyFLVet Care Coordinator is to apply the tools developed in his/her own recovery/experiences and the philosophy and values of the Florida Peer Network to help veterans successfully navigate behavioral health and other systems of care.

The Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and the Treasury finalized the Transparency in Coverage Rule (TiC) requiring health insurers and employer self-insured health plans to post publicly-available machine-readable files by July 1, 2022. This link leads to the machine-readable files and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
transparency-in-coverage.uhc.com (accessible July 1st, 2022). 
UnitedHealthcare’s Info page on the TiC Rule: Transparency in Coverage Rule