Intellectual Disabilities Professional – Supports Coordinator
The primary function of the Intellectual Disabilities Professional is to locate, coordinate, and monitor needed services and supports for individuals with developmental delays.
Hours: see below
Essential Job Responsibilities
•Assess the individual’s unique strengths and needs.
•Coordinate and facilitate the Individual Support Plan (ISP).
•On-going management of the ISP in cooperation with the individual, family, members of the ISP team and providers of service.
•Assist with locating services and supports as assessed by the individual and his/her family by linking, arranging for, or obtaining services specified in the ISP (including needed medical, social, education, community services and other natural support networks).
•Monitor the health and welfare of the individual.
•Monitor individual and his/her family satisfaction with services.
•Other duties as assigned.
•A Bachelor’s degree in the human services field plus one year of experience working in the intellectual disabilities field or related experience
•A valid driver’s license with good driving record
•An understanding of individuals with developmental delays and sensitivity in working with consumers and family
•Facilitation/team leader skills
•Time management skills
•A Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check, a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and a FBI Criminal History Background Check
Hours (2 positions):
•Part-Time, 20 hours/week with potential for full-time
Penn Foundation is an equal opportunity employer