ADULT SERVICES COORDINATOR
Hours of work: 7:30am-4:00pm (may vary according to program needs)
TO BE POSTED: FEBRUARY 24, 2012 thru MARCH 8, 2012 OR UNTIL FILLED
- Bachelor’s Degree: Vocational Rehabilitation, Social Work, Education, Psychology, Special Education Or Human Development Preferred, Previous Experience Compatible With Certification Standards
-Eligible For DODD Adult Services Certification At Management 2 Level Or Eligible For Management Certification
- Valid Driver's License
- Negative results of a 2-Step Mantoux TB test & drug screening
- Satisfactory completion of pre-employment physical examination including work-related lifting test
- Satisfactory results of State and Local Records Checks
- Acquire/Maintain Applicable License/Certification/Registration In Good Standing;
- Related Position Required Training
Under the general direction of the Adult Services Director, coordinates assigned program area.
1. Assists and recommends in the hiring process; Orients/trains/supervises assigned staff; Sets/ monitors/ensures staff compliance to departmental/program/state and federal rules and regulations; Monitors staff attendance; Schedules staff to ensure coverage/individual safety and well-being; Receives and recommends leave requests; Verifies employee payroll transaction documents; Recommends and implements discipline as appropriate; Receives and processes grievances per policy and procedure; Assists staff in resolving problems; Conducts timely employee evaluations; Conducts and follows through on staff meetings.
2. Ensures adherence to affirmative action plan and procedures; maintains a safe working environment for individuals served; monitors and safeguards the individuals' rights; plays an integral part in the entire UI/ MUI process: reports all allegations and suspicions of abuse and neglect to appropriate authorities; formulates plans, programs, and guidelines to maintain ealth/safety of individuals; assists QSS investigators in interviewing staff during MUI investigations. Assists staff in resolving problems encountered in providing quality services to individuals, families residential providers and guardians.
3. Prepares and monitors budget for area of supervision; develops long-range plans for work unit; prioritizes, coordinates and monitors employee tasks to ensure work completion.
4. Prepares reports documenting program progress and effectiveness; prepares other program records as needed; monitors materials and equipment location; attends/chairs staff meetings; serves as a resource to staff, parents and guardians; counsels and provides information to individuals' families; attends in-service training programs. Performs other related duties as required, to include but not limited to: serving on committees and/or serving as a trainer.
SPECIALIZED ASSIGNMENTS MAY INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO HABILITIATION SERVICES AREA:
5. Coordinates habilitation goals for area of supervision and facilitates agency goals; reviews habilitation status of consumers; assigns staff to and approves schedules for implementation of IP (Individual Plan); coordinates development of programs to address individuals’ preferences and needs, e.g., adult daily living, academics, arts and crafts, reviews individuals’ progress reports periodically or as special incidents occur; monitors programs for effectiveness and their compatibility to IP goals and objectives; attends staffings as requested; discusses referral of individuals to other services as needed.
6. Coordinates employment goals for area of supervision and facilitates agency goals; reviews status of Individuals served; assigns staff to and approves schedules for implementation of IP (Individual Plan); coordinates development of employment training programs to address Individuals’ preferences and needs, e.g., job seeking skills and soft skills, develops work simulation training; reviews individuals’ progress reports periodically or as special incidents occur; monitors programs for effectiveness and their compatibility to IP goals and objectives; attends staffings as requested; discusses referral of individuals to other services as needed; develops relationships with local businesses for employment training and employment opportunities for Individuals with developmental disabilities.
COMPENSATION: Starting pay is $43,608.46 - $52,330.15 (depending on level of degree and/or experience)
BENEFITS: OPERS Retirement, Liability Insurance, Workers’ Compensation, EAP (Employee Assistance Program), Sick Leave, Vacation, Holidays, Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, PayProtect Plan and Deferred Compensation Plans
DEPARTMENT/CONTACT: QUEST Adult Services/Stacy Collins, (937) 328-5227
APPLY AT: Developmental Disabilities of Clark County Human Resource Office 2527 Kenton Street, Springfield, Ohio 45505