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Program Coordinator OPWDD

Search Brentwood, NY 3.3 4 hours ago Full-time Education Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Skills Supervising Experience Driver's License Benefits Flexible Schedule PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: To provide overall supervision/oversight for several ICF/IRAs Program. Ensures that Managers and Assistant Managers are thoroughly trained. To serve as Residence Manager in his/her absence. To ensure that all Programmatic and Clinical issues are addressed in a timely and aggressive manner. REPORTS TO: Director/Associate Director SUPERVISES: Residence Managers I. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for the supervision of Managers, ensures all Clinical aspects of the program, are being handled in a timely and/or aggressive manner, the Residential Habilitation Plans are updated and/or revised, ensures Planning, Shift, Annual, Semi-Annual and other needed meetings occur, and that minutes are taken and maintained. Supervises and ensures all records maintained by houses are in compliance with OPWDD regulations and SCO Policy and Procedures, are completed in a timely manner and maintains a high quality of standards. Holds in services for Pre-Services and Annual Trainings, ensures all programmatic books (Consumer, Financial, MAR, Medical Books, etc) are in order and up to date. Ensures high quality of overall operation of the houses including monitoring the building for proper maintenance (i.e. boiler checks, lawn care, etc) and overall standards of the facilities. Oversight of Medicaid billing; ensures that services are provided and documented in accordance with Medicaid and Waiver regulations. II. QUALIFICATIONS Masters Degree preferred; BA/BS preferred. Minimum of two years supervisory experience. Minimum of one-year experience in managing an ICF/IRA. Working knowledge of ICF/IRA regulations. Ability to handle emergencies in a professional manner. NYS Driver's License III. RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS: Interact with state agencies and other providers in a variety of forums; maintain relationships with families and correspondents; provide supervision and mentoring to those supervised in a positive and supportive manner. In addition, employees need to possess the following characteristics: Be team players. Have a strong sensitivity to cultural differences present among staff and clients within the organization. Possess a strong belief in people's ability to grow and change; forge a mutually respectful partnership with persons served and their families. Ability to set limits and maintain helping role of practitioner and to intervene appropriately. IV. WORKING CONDITIONS: 35 hour/week, flexible schedule. Must be available to respond to emergencies, conduct random and on-going spot checks of programs. V. SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY: Responsible for all aspects of the assigned residential programs on Long Island, including the physical plant, financial records, interdisciplinary treatment team, and re-certification of programs as well as hiring and directly supervising the Management staff. Responsible for payroll, purchasing, and billing procedures, in addition to the preparation and monitoring of the fiscal ledgers. Also responsible for liaison with the LIDDSO, screening and selection of consumers, and details of supporting Development projects Qualifications Masters Degree preferred; BA/BS preferred. Minimum of two years supervisory experience. Minimum of one-year experience in managing an ICF/IRA. Working knowledge of ICF/IRA regulations. Ability to handle emergencies in a professional manner. NYS Driver's License PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: To provide overall supervision/oversight for several ICF/IRAs Program. Ensures that Managers and Assistant Managers are thoroughly trained. To serve as Residence Manager in his/her absence. To ensure that all Programmatic and Clinical issues are addressed in a timely and aggressive manner. REPORTS TO: Director/Associate Director SUPERVISES: Residence Managers I. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for the supervision of Managers, ensures all Clinical aspects of the program, are being handled in a timely and/or aggressive manner, the Residential Habilitation Plans are updated and/or revised, ensures Planning, Shift, Annual, Semi-Annual and other needed meetings occur, and that minutes are taken and maintained. Supervises and ensures all records maintained by houses are in compliance with OPWDD regulations and SCO Policy and Procedures, are completed in a timely manner and maintains a high quality of standards. Holds in services for Pre-Services and Annual Trainings, ensures all programmatic books (Consumer, Financial, MAR, Medical Books, etc) are in order and up to date. Ensures high quality of overall operation of the houses including monitoring the building for proper maintenance (i.e. boiler checks, lawn care, etc) and overall standards of the facilities. Oversight of Medicaid billing; ensures that services are provided and documented in accordance with Medicaid and Waiver regulations. II. QUALIFICATIONS Masters Degree preferred; BA/BS preferred. Minimum of two years supervisory experience. Minimum of one-year experience in managing an ICF/IRA. Working knowledge of ICF/IRA regulations. Ability to handle emergencies in a professional manner. NYS Driver's License III. RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS: Interact with state agencies and other providers in a variety of forums; maintain relationships with families and correspondents; provide supervision and mentoring to those supervised in a positive and supportive manner. In addition, employees need to possess the following characteristics: Be team players. Have a strong sensitivity to cultural differences present among staff and clients within the organization. Possess a strong belief in people's ability to grow and change; forge a mutually respectful partnership with persons served and their families. Ability to set limits and maintain helping role of practitioner and to intervene appropriately. IV. WORKING CONDITIONS: 35 hour/week, flexible schedule. Must be available to respond to emergencies, conduct random and on-going spot checks of programs. V. SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY: Responsible for all aspects of the assigned residential programs on Long Island, including the physical plant, financial records, interdisciplinary treatment team, and re-certification of programs as well as hiring and directly supervising the Management staff. Responsible for payroll, purchasing, and billing procedures, in addition to the preparation and monitoring of the fiscal ledgers. Also responsible for liaison with the LIDDSO, screening and selection of consumers, and details of supporting Development projects Qualifications Masters Degree preferred; BA/BS preferred. Minimum of two years supervisory experience. Minimum of one-year experience in managing an ICF/IRA. Working knowledge of ICF/IRA regulations. Ability to handle emergencies in a professional manner. NYS Driver's License

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