The primary function of the Intellectual Disabilities Professional is to locate, coordinate, and monitor needed services and supports for individuals with developmental delays.
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.
- Computer competency
- 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 required.
Penn Foundation is an equal opportunity employer