STATUS: Full Time (Based in Washington)
SUMMARY: Integrate, coordinate, and monitor the active treatment program and medical services for each person receiving services. Represent the client to ensure the individual receives needed services and interventions adequately and as appropriate.
Some of the Essential Functions for this position include, but are not limited to:
- Write training plans and case conference agreements for persons served;
- Develop, write and implement training plans for persons served regarding medical issues, nutritional/dietary needs and safety/behavioral needs; Provide individual specific training to new DSP’s, as well as provide updated trainings when needs/requirements change for persons served;
- Attend and participate in quarterly, annual case conferences and other meetings related to persons served;
- Complete and maintain required paperwork for persons served;
- Coordinate and transport persons served to medical appointments and/or procedures as needed.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in special education, education, behavioral science or related field from an accredited college or university preferred; or, 5 years previous experience working with persons with disabilities.