Service Coordinator Sub

Component:  Service Coordination
Reports To:  Team Leader
Scheduled Days:  Monday – Friday
Part-time, Intermittent / as needed – up to 1000 hours per year
Pay Range:  $14.00 per hour

The Service Coordinator is primarily responsible for assisting people with developmental disabilities and their support team in identifying a desirable future through a person centered planning process.

Essential Duties

  • Coordinate the planning and provision of services, supports, education, and training through providers chosen by the individual and identified on the ISP.
  • Serve as the single point of contact for accountability and follow-through of all services.
    Ensure all services, supports, education, and training is implemented consistently with ISP.
  • Utilize formal and informal mechanisms to periodically assess satisfaction of results from provided services, supports, education, and training.
  • Assist individuals and their families to determine the effectiveness of services, supports, education and training. Create changes to service plans and service providers as necessary.
  • Provide, arrange for, and review documentation of services, supports, education and training as required by individual’s funding sources and Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities’ rules.
  • Complete timely assessments, screenings, and level care re-determinations as required by individual’s funding sources and Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities’ rules.

Qualifications

  • Associate Degree. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Eligibility for Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities SSA Certification.
  • Previous experience as Case Manager or Programmatic Management level service provider for people with developmental disabilities, or its equivalent.
  • Current and valid Ohio driver’s license with acceptable driver’s abstract in order to meet criteria for insurability established the Board’s Fleet insurance carrier.
  • Knowledge of local community resources, human services, law enforcement, and judicial systems.
  • Ability to handle sensitive information and contact with people, families and legal guardians. Ability to negotiate and manage conflict.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Exceptional verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office software.
  • Ability to meet deadlines in accordance with established policy and procedures.

Application Process

External applicants must submit a resume, cover letter and 3 professional references to Louise Decker, Director of Human Resources.
Interviews will be scheduled only for those candidates who best meet the above requirements.

POST DATE:  3/31/16 REMOVAL DATE: 4/14/16

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