SKIP of New York is a not-for-profit agency. Launched 30 years ago, it is based on the belief that every child deserves a shot at the best childhood they can get, especially children who are medically fragile and/or developmentally disabled. Through service coordination, advocacy and hands-on problem solving, more than 150 SKIP case managers make sure the 3,000+ children they work with each year get that chance.
The Home and community based service (HCBS) department is responsible for the delivery of in-home HCBS service (ex. Community Habilitation, Respite, ect.) to hundreds of individuals. The qualified individual must have a Master's degree in the health or human service field and at least three years experience in a managerial capacity with responsibility for developing, maintaining, and monitoring service delivery. Additionally, the individual must have experience in the development, implementation of departmental policies and procedures while keeping these procedures current and in line with internal process and state mandates. the ideal candidate is someone who has experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, can manage the day-to-day operations (detail- oriented and hands-on) of the program, will maintain the overall integrity of the program through regular oversight, and keep apprised of state regulatory changes.
The HCBS Director will report to the Executive Director of SKIP
* Monitor Program Operations:
- Review/monitor utilization rates of all Home and Community Based Services programs (Respite, Community Habilitation, Intensive Behavioral Services) Program monthly.
-Identify issues relating to HCBS programs running at sub-optimal rates and provide input into improving functionality.
-Provide feedback for program operations to increase efficiency and efficacy of program delivery.
-Assist in development and/or modification of monitoring tools to: monitor program utilization; decrease risk of fraudulent behaviors; monitor HCBS coordinator performance; ect.
* Day-to-Day HCBS Supervisory Responsibilities:
-Review Community Habilitation Plans for compliance and content.
-Provide input into HCBS Coordinator and Supervisor performance appraisals.
-Guide HCBS Coordinators and Supervisors with cases that have been escalated or are problematic.
-Manage enrollment of new cases to the HCBS department.
-Identify and address issues with individuals HCBS Coordinators, external workers, or clients relating to program delivery, compliance with procedures, ect.
-Socialize all aspects of the departmental procedures manual and other in-house procedures.
-Work closely within and across the organization to ensure issues requiring immediate attention are escalated to Director (HCBS, HR, and/or Executive Director).
-Develop new, or update existing, Skip of New York policies and procedures.
-Develop, or assist in the development of, training materials to support the socialization of SKIP policies amongst Skip employees.
-Identify changes required to Skip policies based on legislative/administrative changes or industry best practices.
*Support roll-out of new software
-Provide input and/or direction relating to roll out of company-wide software.
The job description is intended to provide an overview of the requirement of the position. As such, it is not necessarily all-inclusive, and the job may require other essential and/or non-essential functions, duties or responsibilities not listed herein. Management, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to change, alter, and/or otherwise modify this job description at any time.
*Attendance and Punctuality
-Regular, dependable attendance and punctuality are essential to this position.
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SKIP of New York is a not-for-profit agency. Launched 30 years ago, it is based on the belief that every child deserves a shot at the best childhood they can get, especially children who are medically fragile and/or…