QIDP RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Arc of Westchester is a leading social services agency in Westchester County, serving more than 2,000 individuals with IDD (Intellectual Development Disabilities) with a broad range of innovative and effective programs and services designed to foster independence, productivity and participation in community life. Our agency offers a wide spectrum of residential opportunities, based upon the level of support and supervision required by an individual. Options range from highly staffed homes, supervised 24 hours per day, to supportive living situations, where staff may provide assistance from 15 to 20 hours per week.
We are seeking for a QIDP Residential Program Coordinator to join our team.
The QIDP Residential Program Coordinator will work under the supervision of the Clinical Team Leader and will manage operations and complete QIDP responsibilities for assigned residential programs.
Management responsibilities include:
· The supervision of Assistant Manager and other DSP staff, ensuring the physical, social, and emotional needs of the people that live in the house are met and maintain a safe environment.
· As QIDP, will be responsible for the development, implementation and revision of residential habilitation plans, Individualized Plans of Protective Oversight (IPOP) and monthly notes for all people living in the homes. This include the oversight of the implementation of the plans, data collection and training the DSP staff on all new and revised plans.
· Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Special Education, or related Human Services field. OR a minimum of 7 years experience as a QIDP.
· Master’s degree preferred.
· At least two(2) years of experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
· At least 5 years experience in the field of Developmental Disabilities.
· Significant knowledge of intellectual development disabilities (IDD) and the delivery of person centered, habilitation and health care services to individuals of varying ages with developmental disabilities.
· Strong communication skills required, both oral and writing.
· Ability to effectively train and supervise staff.
Over 800 hundred employees provide more than 2,000 individuals throughout the county with a broad range of innovative and effective programs and services designed to foster independence, productivity and participation in community life.
Arc of WestchesterArc of Westchester is the largest agency in Westchester County supporting children, teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including individuals on the autism spectrum, and their families. Over 800 hundred employees provide more than 2,000 individuals throughout the county with a broad range of innovative and effective programs and services designed to foster independence, productivity and participation in community life.