Massachusetts MENTOR islooking for an individual who is caring and committed to the wellbeing ofadults with disabilities
Serving as a Program Services Clinical Coordinator (Caseworker), you can have an amazing impact in the quality of services for the individuals we support. Work with adults and their care providers while making bi-monthly or monthly visits to their home.
The PSCC functions as the liaison for families, clinical team, funding sources and DDS Shared Living/AFC providers. Coordinate service delivery to individuals with IDD; ensure compliance with funding agencies regulations, MENTOR policies/procedures and quality standards applicable to DDS Shared Living and AFC service model. Oversee services provided to individuals and their families; monitor quality of care delivered through assessment of needs; develop person-centered supports and the plan to meet those needs. Be part of a strong team of social workers and clinicians in this innovative community based model.
Program Services Clinical Coordinators are a critical link to the community for those we serve, as well as serving as a bridge between our direct care and clinical staff to ensure the seamless delivery of services to the individuals we support.
We are looking for a dynamic and passionate person who is a strong advocate for people with disabilities. We seek someone who is committed to building professional relationships based on mutual respect with the people we serve, families, and other regulatory agencies while promoting independence, community inclusion and advocacy. Our Program Services Clinical Coordinator roles provide a fantastic opportunity to serve families and to continue a career path in Social and Human Services.
Specific tasks include:
Coordinateand participate in the development and implementation of individual supportplans and placement goals
Partnerwith DDS Shared Living/ AFC providers to identify individual needs and completecomprehensive assessments of those needs, monitor progress and evaluate qualityof supports and services. Utilizeinternal resources to assist individuals transitioning to adult services in a DDSShared Living/ AFC service model
Aspart of the treatment team, collaborate with many other professionals (DayPrograms, Funding Sources, Therapists, Doctors, Guardians, Parents)
Attendweekly supervision meetings with Clinical Supervisor to address questions, gainsupport, troubleshoot client needs; attend weekly staff meetings to discussprogram needs.
Servein rotation (with Supervisor back-up) for After Hours Emergency On Callresponse
Workcollaboratively with Direct Support Professionals (DSPs)
What we require of you:
Bachelor's degree in human services or related field
Some experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred
Valid driver's license in good standing
Access to a registered and insured vehicle
Successful clearance of background checks including fingerprinting and Pre-Employment Physical
State law requires CPR and First Aid certification within 30 days of hire
What we offer you:
A chance to make a difference in disabled adults lives on a daily basis
A rewarding work environment with some of the best co-workers you could ask for
Competitive pay rates and paid time off
Paid training; Holiday pay; mileage reimbursement
Family-oriented environment, employee events
Career development and advancement opportunities
A dynamic work environment where no day is ever the same as the next
We have a great work environment and you'll be surrounded by a strong and supportive team of peers, leaders and colleagues. Massachusetts MENTOR is a partner of The MENTOR Network. Founded in 1980, The MENTOR Network is a national network of local human service providers offering quality, community-based services. With approximately 30,000 employees serving 30,000 consumers in 35 states, you'll have career opportunities from coast to coast. When you join The MENTOR Network, you'll make a difference every day and help to provide quality of life enhancing services to individuals across the country.
The MENTOR Network is a national network of local health and human services providers in more than 30 states offering an array of quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges, as well as ...their families; and to elders in need of support. Founded in 1980, The Network has made a positive impact in the lives of thousands of children and adults across the country. We create innovative programs and implement systems—from our national continuous quality improvement program to our outcomes measurement tools—that enable us to deliver quality services and supports to the people we serve.