Job Posting: Integration Outcomes Coordinator

ABEA External Posting
Integration Outcomes Coordinator at PersonnelPlus
(formally Habilitation Specialist)

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from accredited college/ university in Special Education or related field. Meet requirements to obtain DODD “professional” certification.

Must have strong structural skills to organize information logically; problem solve and relate effectively to people.

Ability to work with a variety of professionals; communicate effectively both verbally and written.

Knowledge of DODD rules and regulations; Board policies and procedures; CARF and other regulations as appropriate.*

Valid Ohio driver’s license and able to drive for work related situations.

Able to work flexible schedule to meet needs of individuals. Must be able to lift, carry and move up to 50 lbs. using appropriate transfer techniques.

Will be required to successfully complete training modules in delegated nursing tasks.

*Obtain after hire.

Duties: Assist individuals in identifying choices, preferences, and strengths through utilization and facilitation of a person centered planning and functional assessment process. Assist individuals and their families in identifying personal, vocational and habilitation goals and services, supports, and training relevant to the attainment of those goals through the ISP process. Provide documentation of as required by DODD Rules, Medicaid Rules, CARF Standards, and other requirements.

Coordinate and monitor the delivery of day habilitation and supported employment services to the ISP team members. Utilize formal and informal mechanisms to assess individual satisfaction with the results of services, supports, and training.

Coordinate and document scheduled Pre-ISP meetings for day habilitation and supported employment services. Submit the ISP and written reviews of the ISP to appropriate service providers and to others selected by the individual. Collect relevant data, prepare reports, correspondence, and documentation as required by procedure. Act as a liaison between the individual’s home and other natural support systems and the Adult Service Program. Make service referrals, identify and utilize natural and community supports. Assist in the development of natural support systems when necessary, based on the Individual Service Plan.

Documentation by both written and electronic forms.

Provide supervision, training, support, and informal counseling as specified in the individual’s ISP. Implement procedures to fulfill ISP day habilitation goals/objectives and evaluate effectiveness. May be required to provide assistance with personal needs such as toileting and feeding.

Monitor maintenance of case records. Assist in selection of education and training materials, supplies, and equipment relevant to ISP services, supports, and training.

Perform other related duties as assigned such as membership on various standing committees and performance of certain first aid and delegated nursing tasks. Represent agency on committees and at meetings.

Wage: Per adopted salary schedule
Status: ABEA Union
Benefits: Health, Vision, Dental, and Life Insurances and Sick, Vacation, and Personal Leaves
Schedule: Monday – Friday, 37.5 hours – 8 Harper Street, The Plains
Deadline: December 4, 2015
Date Posted: November 24, 2015