This position is responsible for working with Service Coordination and Provider Services to develop, coordinate and monitor outcomes and strategies for individuals in IDD Services. This position is responsible for developing and monitoring the implementation plans to all assigned individuals in IDD Services. This position requires the ability to: work closely and positively with the local authority, family members, advocates, contractors, etc.; conducts self in a positive and professional manner; completes quality documentation; excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must possess good time management and organizational skills. Monitors the implementation plan on an on-going basis; exercise initiative and independent judgment. Complies with personnel policies and operational instructions. Meets contract requirements regarding time-lines and processes. Capable of working flexible hours to provide backup coverage for Community Support Services to General Revenue individuals who live with their natural family or their own home and day habilitation services as needed. This includes, but not limited to, providing assistance in the delivery of these non-waiver services by carrying a partial caseload and providing Community Support Services in accordance with the Department of Aging and Disability Services Guidelines for Person and Family Directed Planning. Hours may include some evenings and weekends. Responsible for planning activities to encourage individuals to access community services, providing transportation, assisting with grocery shopping and household chores, medication monitoring, habilitation training, and other duties as required by the services requested by the individuals Service Planning Team and their Person Directed Plan. Transportation of consumers may include using your personal vehicle. Will be required to be reached at all times when on duty. Must meet established performance targets. Duties are performed under the supervision of the Program Administrator for IDD Provider Services.
All Betty Hardwick Center campuses are Tobacco Free. Use of any tobacco products is not permitted on any of our grounds.
Betty Hardwick Center strives to provide a trauma-sensitive culture of safety, compassion and choice. We value applicants who have training and personal experience in Trauma Informed Care.
1. A high school diploma or equivalent with four years of full time work experience in the area of human services.
2. Experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
3. Is eligible through the State of Texas to provide Case Management Services.
4. Must have a current Texas driver’s license and qualify for Center coverage. Must be willing to transport clients and receive mileage reimbursement.
5. Ability to lift 55 pounds per PMAB requirements.