Community Integration Specialist
New Portal Support Staff as (Event Assistant)
Per-Diem Medicaid Service Coordinator
Compensation: Excellent, payment per caseload
REPORTS TO: Medicaid Service Coordinator (MSC) Supervisor
Effective Date: July 7, 2011
Assists individuals with developmental disabilities in gaining access to necessary services and supports appropriate to their needs. Using a person-centered planning process when developing, implementing and maintaining Individualized Service Plan (ISP) with and for a person with developmental disabilities. An MSC promotes the concept of choice, individualized services and supports consumer satisfaction.
Develops and implements the person's ISP by using person centered planning and coordinating the access and delivery of supports and services chosen in the ISP.
Conducts monthly face-to-face service meetings with the person (unless less frequent service meetings are officially approved by the Commissioner of OPWDD).
Provide advocacy by protecting and upholding a person's rights, and ensuring that the person's living environment is safe.
Maintain the documentation required as part of the consumer's Service Coordination Record to substantiate a vendor's monthly billing for federal and State audits, and ensure enrollment in Medicaid and the HCBS Waiver is not interrupted.
Assists with obtaining and maintaining benefits, including SSI, SSD, etc.—ensures Medicaid coverage is not interrupted.
Maintains a caseload as assigned by immediate supervisor.
Assists with coverage as necessary.
Submits all required reports and documentation to the DDSO and other funding and/or oversight agencies.
Assures consumer satisfaction and that all families receiving services are provided opportunities to give feedback on the quality of services they are receiving.
Maintain necessary monthly billing of services and submit billing in a timely manner.
Performs all other necessary duties to assure compliance with OPWDD policies and procedures and all regulatory requirements.
Must attend an OPWDD-approved Core service coordination training program within three months of assuming MSC responsibilities, unless the person can produce a certificate verifying past attendance at a Core training.
In addition to the CORE training, MSC service coordinators must attend fifteen (10-15) hours of professional development annually depending on years of experience.
Minimum Educational Level.
Master’s degree in a health or human service field, Bachelor's degree in health or human service field with minimum MSC experience of 2 years or an RN,
Minimum Experiential Level.
Two year experience as a service coordinator with any OPWDD population.
(Please note: The minimum experiential level requirement does not have to be met if the person has a master's degree in a health or human service field.)
Please send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Residential Support Staff
Employment application 2013.pdf