PART C SERVICE COORDINATOR/ EARLY INTERVENTION

Mecklenburg County, Virginia

Date Posted

May 9, 2022

Salary Range

$34,231 to $50,461

Employment Type

Full-time

Shift

1st

Category

Case Manager

This non-exempt (FLSA) position’s incumbent provides service coordination/case management services to individuals and their families receiving services through the SBH operational programs in conjunction with Part C, Early Intervention. Activities involve preparation of service plans, coordinating and accessing service delivery programs, necessary support services, working with the local interagency council, educational planning and casework documentation. The objective is for the child and family to receive a variety of services which will support or enhance the child’s participation in daily activities and routines of families in community settings. Services also include advocating, linking, coordinating, monitoring, problem-solving and transportation. Incumbent is responsible for coordination of services with area schools, social services departments, public health departments, and medical establishments, etc., and assuring compliance with Part C and Medicaid requirements.

Responsibilities

Coordinates services, works cooperatively with school systems, other provider
agencies, hospitals, health departments, organizations, and individuals to assure that
eligibility for benefits are in place and maintained concerning infants and their families.
Provides special instruction for families to include strategies which address
individualized outcomes on IFSP’s. Counsels & assists the families in identifying,
obtaining, and effectively utilizing available community resources consistent with their
identified needs in their IFSP’s. Makes referrals and linkages for clients and their
families for accessing support services identified as part of IFSP’s.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Special Education, or related Human Services Provision for the mentally disabled population with a major area of study encompassing evaluation, assessment, treatment/service planning and casework documentation, with a specialty in infant/toddlers’ services or equivalency in experience. Master’s degree in same field (s) preferred. Provision & coordination of services to the mentally disabled populations at a local community level, to include assessment, evaluation & planning of services, casework documentation, as well as utilization of available community resources for the mentally disabled and developmentally delayed infants/toddlers. Must meet all criminal background and drug screening requirements. Valid driver’s license and safe driving record, required.

As an equal opportunity employer, women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Benefits and Perks

Health & Wellness

Personal Development

Flexible Work Practices

Employee Resources

Additional Perks

Benefits/perks may vary depending on the nature of your employment.

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