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||Program Coordinator - Residential
|Short Description of the Job.
||Development, training and supervision
|Complete Description of the Job.
POSITION STATUS: 40 Hours/Week, 52
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor of Science degree
in Human Services, Education, Special
Education, Psychology or a related field.†
Minimum of two (2) yearsí work experience
with the developmentally disabled
including one (1) year in a supervisory
capacity OR enrollment and successful
completion of the Agency Supervisory
Training program.† Must meet the Office of
People With Developmental Disabilities
(OPWDD) regulations regarding Qualified
Intellectual Disabilities Professional
(QIDP). Valid NYS driverís license
acceptable to Agency insurance standards.
Directly responsible to the Director and
Assistant Director of Residential Services
with respect to agency and program
policies, practices and procedures.
Responsible for the development and
monitoring of the Residential Habilitation
Plan, Behavior Plan and Protective
Oversight Plan for all assigned
individuals. This includes the training,
supervision and evaluation of residential
staff in the implementation of support
plans through periodic reviews. Inclusive
in this responsibility is the coordination
of all residential services directly
related to the Individualís Support Plan
and having a working knowledge of State
and Federal regulations.
1. Oversees the development, training and
supervision of all residential staff by
the following methods:
a. Participates in the development
of: reviewing and updating the personís
Individual Support Plan in concert with
the 3Iís and P and person centered
philosophy. Coordinates the
development of; reviewing, updating and
signing the personís Protective Oversight
Plan, Res Hab Plan, DDPII or other
relevant service plans.
(Comprehensive Functional Assessments for
b. Trains staff in the
implementation and data collection of all
individual support plans and services.
c. Evaluates through informal
observation and periodic evaluation of
staffs' performance implementing all
residential support programs, including
active treatment, choice and
independence and the personís progress in
achieving their valued outcomes.
d. Evaluates the personís
satisfaction with activities,
interventions and/or therapies. Ensures
program integration through periodic
observations of Individualís Day
2. Participates as a member of the
interdisciplinary team through:
a. Participates in and attends
individual oriented meetings, to include
admission/discharge, 30-day reviews,
annual and semi-annual meetings.
b. Reviews and recommends with the
person and their team the revisions of
outcomes, or selection of different
outcomes/activities, interventions or
therapies and specify the appropriate
action to be taken and time-frame for
achievement of the revised/changed
c. Identifies noteworthy
observations relevant to the personís
receipt of services.
d. Ensures all routines and
specialized services are delivered in a
timely and appropriate fashion according
to the individualís ISP and/or CFA..
e. Coordinates services with
outside agencies as appropriate.
3. Ensures the documentation of:
a. Appropriate data collection for
all Residential Habilitation, Behavioral
and/or other individual program plans.
b. A monthly review of the
personís progress is completed for all
support plans and services
c. Completes 90-day, semi-annual
and annual summaries or assessments of the
personís progress relative to his/her
receipt of residential services in a
d. Signature for informed consent.
4. Participates in in-service training on
a regular basis through:
a. Attends all mandatory in-
services and training.
b. Instructs in-services specific
to goal planning, observation and
recording, Activities in Daily Living, 3I
and P, and the Five Governing Principles.
c. Performs behavior management
(SCIP) when necessary.
5. Performs all job duties in a safe
manner by observing all Agency safety
rules, procedures and practices.
6. Enrolls and withdraws individuals in
OPWDD Service delivery system by accessing
CHOICES electronic record keeping/sharing
system and updates records as needed.
7. Performs all other duties as assigned
by the Director and/or Assistant Director
||Community/Social Services and Nonprofit
||Salary Range: $20.00 to $20.00 per Hour
|| Saratoga Bridges
16 Saratoga Bridges Blvd
Ballston Spa, NY 12020
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