HCBS Coordinator

Opportunities Unlimited
Job Description
The HCBS Coordinator is responsible for the overall management of assigned HCBS persons served. The HCBS Coordinator is also responsible for the leadership and supervision of HCBS Support Professionals. This position is also accountable for support to their peers in offering guidance and modeling leadership. This is a full time position and considered exempt under FLSA. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the primary job responsibilities.  

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 
·         Coordinates staff hours and person’s served hours.
·         Assist with organizational on-call duties, and cover shifts as necessary.
·         Coordinates family services by setting up services, assisting with admissions and discharge,     recordkeeping, correspondence, communication with case managers, and participating in conferences.
·         Perform and complete unplanned duties/activities or other assignments as assigned by management.
·         Provide leadership and direction for/to team members 
·         Responsible for coordinating admission, transfer, and discharge of persons served.
·         Responsible for the hiring, orientation, training, scheduling, supervision, development, coaching, leadership, evaluations, and discipline of the HCBS team.
·         Coordinates, leads, or attends ICP/interdisciplinary meetings, assist in the development of written programs, and ensure correct implementation of written programs.
·         Participate in the shared responsibility of HCBS audits and surveys.
·         Teach or co-teach and train staff through assigned training classes.
·         Ensure that all organizational, local, state and federal program guideline are being met and followed.
·         Maintain a clean and safe environment.
·         Attend required and assigned staff meetings and trainings.
 
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