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Intellectual Disabilities Services Coordinator- Ellisville
Job Code:2017-JONES CO-012
County:Jones
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
Education:Master's Degree
  

Summary:
PBMHR has an opening for an ID/DD Coordinator to oversee programs in an assigned area. This position will cover Jones, Wayne, and Covington Counties. Previous supervisory experience and/or experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities preferred. Position is M-F, 8a-5p. This position will also have some weekend responsibilities, including supervision checks and filling in for residential staff when needed.


Requirements:
Education/License:

  • Master's degree in Behavioral Healthcare required.
  • Must possess a valid MS driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record.
  • Professional clinical license preferred
  • Reliable transportation required to provide services in the community

  • Work Experience/Skills:

  • Behavioral healthcare internship preferred
  • Supervisory experience preferred
  • Experience working with ID/DD population preferred
  • Independent work ability required
  • Excellent communication skills required


  • Responsibilities:
  • Consults on consumer events including, but not limited to, crisis, behavioral intervention needs, and all other aspects of consumer support.
  • Ensures the integrity and fidelity of services provided to best practices. Ensures targets are reached for existing and new service delivery.
  • Increases collaboration with support coordination and targeted case management.
  • Makes presentations to outside agencies as needed to increase public awareness of services.
  • Oversees the day program and residential supervisors in the assigned counties. Fills in for supervisors who are absent.
  • Provides budgetary responsibility for assigned counties. Ensures all appropriate services are delivered, billed, and documented properly. Also ensures services are faithful to program standards and best practices.
     
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