Position: Supported Living Coordinator
Program Assignment: Supported Living
Immediate Supervisor: Director of Supported Living
Preference of a BA/ BS from an accredited college or university and/or a combination of education and experience working with people with disabilities which totals five years.
Two years of prior supervisory experience required. Experience in service provision is essential.
A valid driver's license and a driving record that is acceptable from a risk management perspective are required.
The physical ability to assist in lifting individuals may also be required for some assignments. The ability to communicate clearly in oral and written form is essential.
The Supported Living Coordinator is responsible for mobilizing team members to ensure services are provided as stated in the individual service plan.
Supported Living Coordinators utilize the strengths of each employee and delegate accordingly. Responsibility for those duties being performed as required by the code of the state of Iowa, contractual provisions with funding authorities, and the policies and procedures of the agency remains with the Coordinator.
A. Service Provision
1.Works with support staff to ensure service implementation as stated in Individual Service Plan. Attends staff meetings and/or provides on-site training when needed.
2.Coordinates development of Individual Service Plans and updates key documents to reflect service need changes within established timelines.
3.Performs monthly face-to-face meetings with individuals at their homes to ensure appropriate services.
4.Provides coaching, problem-solving and mediation for individuals and their ISP teams to resolve conflicts and foster relationships relative to the needs of the individual.
5.Collaborates with the Compliance and Quality Improvement (CQI) department to ensure recommendations are implemented in a timely manner.
6.Acts as the main contact for stakeholders.
7.Works with internal and external parties to facilitate referral process.
1.Trains Supervisors using established agency training tools within designated timelines. Ensures staff adhere to necessary training guidelines set forth by the CQI department.
2.Schedules and facilitates 1:1 meetings with Supervisors on a regular basis. Uses meetings to train, problem-solve, and set priorities.
3.Completes and delivers direct report evaluations within established timelines. Provides on-going, timely feedback on performance and addresses performance concerns.
4.Assists with all aspects of supervision for assigned caseload including hiring, disciplinary action, and development.
5.Completes or delegates all necessary job duties in the event of a Supervisor vacancy, which may include working direct care shifts.
1.Reviews site schedules and budgets with Supported Living Supervisor to ensure service provision remains within established budgets.
2.Collaborate with Finance Department to develop individual and site budgets that reflect services outlined in Individual Service Plans.
3.Resolves financial and budgetary concerns relating to assigned caseload.
4.Completes necessary payroll forms within designated timelines.
5.Reviews and approves Supported Living Supervisor timesheets in accordance with Finance Department guidelines.
D. Secondary Responsibilities
1.Participates in the on-call rotation of designated cluster group.
E. Commitment to the Mission, Vision, and Core Values
1.Establishes positive internal/external working relationships.
2.Shares pertinent information with necessary parties in a timely manner. Uses respectful, open
and honest communication.
3.Works to establish and maintain a positive corporate culture that embraces the Core Values of
4.Actively works to identify and remove barriers to services.
F. Position and Environmental Context
1.The position entails a high degree of accountability and consequence of error. Errors in judgment can result in severe consequences to the agency.
2.The position represents the organization in many different forums. Professionalism in dress
and conduct as well as appropriate representation of the agency is expected.
3.Certain position requirements occur in individual homes. The ability to travel
extensively throughout the community is r