Adult Autism Waiver-Intellectual Disabilities Supports Coordinator

Center for Community Resources - Pittsburgh, PA (30+ days ago)


Want to work for an agency that has been voted Best Places to Work in Western PA for 3 Consecutive years? Come join our team in the fourth largest Supports Coordination Organization in Pennsylvania. CCR is currently seeking professional and self-motivated Supports Coordinators in the Allegheny County office to serve individuals under the Adult Autism Waiver and those with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Essential Functions

  • Demonstrate knowledge and apply understanding of Supports Coordination services and support systems to individuals, families and team members.
  • Conduct annual assessments to inform service planning.
  • Facilitate and participate in the development and periodic review of the Individual Support Plan (ISP).
  • Monitor health and safety, authorized budgets, and level of need to ensure quality of services.

Maintain accurate records, documentation and utilization requirements. Locate, coordinate and monitor services for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities in the community. Average caseload size is 35.Travel throughout Allegheny County and surrounding counties to monitor individuals in their home, day program, or residential setting. Agency vehicles available for travel needs or receive mileage reimbursement!

Communicate effectively with direct Supervisor and co-workers. Be able to work as a team and facilitate meetings with individuals with disabilities, interdisciplinary team members and County Administrators to ensure supports and services are in line with assessed needs.

Benefits

Health Insurance

FREE Dental and Vision Coverage

Flexible Spending Account

Earn up to 20 days paid time off in the first year!

Educational Assistance

403B Retirement Plan with Employer match up to 6%

Daylight, weekday hours

Make your own schedule

Possibility of working offsite

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree with successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice or other related social services. Must have either 1) at least 3 years’ experience providing case management for people with disabilities, or 2) at least 3 years’ experience working with people with autism spectrum disorders. ACT 33/34 and FBI Clearances, valid driver’s license and proof of car insurance coverage must be provided prior to hire. Must maintain strict confidentiality and be able to exercise sound judgement, be well organized and follow precise timelines.

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:

  • providing case management for people with disabilities: 3 years (Required)

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Required)