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Developmental Disability Service Coordinator II

Developmental Disability Service Coordinator II

Introduction Are you interested in an opportunity to become part of a family friendly organization and supportive multidisciplinary team who is committed to improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and support their families in decisions for current and future needs?  Then Prince William County Community Services (CS) is for you.  Located in easy commuting distance from Washington, D.C, Northern Virginia, and Stafford County, Prince William County is a diverse and dynamic community. We are seeking qualified applicants to fill a full time Service Coordinator II position in our Developmental Disabilities Services Program. Successful candidates will have experience providing case management, skills with completing assessments and individual service plan development, good verbal and written communication skills, team leadership & facilitation skills, and organizational skills to meet documentation and productivity targets while utilizing critical thinking to enhance successful outcomes for individuals with developmental disabilities including those with co-occurring disorders.  Come join a team that values creativity, quality service, integrity, accountability, and teamwork.  We offer a DD Service Coordinator Supervisory Training Program and our agency has approval for several federal loan forgiveness programs. Prince William County employees enjoy paid holidays, Virginia State Retirement System, Employer paid basic life insurance, excellent Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance. ABOUT THIS ROLE: This is a full-time case management role working with individuals with developmental disabilities. The job duties include but not limited to:
  • Maintaining a caseload of individuals who are in need of or receive services from community providers or other CS programs.
  • Providing case management services including conducting intakes, needs assessment, and service plan development.
  • Linking, monitoring, referring, coordinating, and facilitating services needed by the individuals.
  • Conducting and utilizing assessments for individual service plan development.
  • Coordinating and facilitating individuals’ treatment team meetings.
  • Implementing the treatment/service plan; revising the service plan as needed/required.
  • Monitoring provision of services by other providers – assuring implementation of the plan according to the specific service, frequency, and amount of service authorized.
  • Monitoring quality of care through home and community visits to assure health and safety risks are addressed.
  • Documentation of all services, contacts, and attempted contacts with individuals and collaterals.
PREFERENCES: the successful candidate will have:
  • Experience providing service coordination and case management to individuals with developmental disabilities
  • Experience providing services through Medicaid State Plan Option and Developmental Disability Waivers
  • Knowledge of person-centered practices, developmental disabilities, and dual diagnoses (DD/MH)
  • Master’s Degree in human services, such as social work, special education, rehabilitation counseling, psychology, or a related human services field.
  • Experience providing support coordination/case management to individuals with developmental disabilities
  • Experience working in community-based programs that serve DD population
  • Experience collaborating with other community partners & stakeholders
  • Experience working in a team environment
SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS: Monday – Friday SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license
  • Must pass DMV record check
  • Must pass TB test
  • Offer of employment is contingent upon the candidate passing a fingerprint based National Criminal History Record Check. Not eligible for employment with barrier crime history https://dbhds.virginia.gov/assets/document-library/BIU/attachment-2rev072017.pdf (Download PDF reader)(Download PDF reader)
  • Child Protective Services Requirements:  Effective 1999, mandated by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services 12VA35-105-400 rules and Regulations for Licensing Providers by the Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services related to Criminal Registry Checks, a search of the registry of founded complaints of child abuse and neglected maintained by the Department of Social Services.
ENTRY SALARY RANGE: $66,742 – $82,560 Annually Click here to view full class description Prince William County Community Services maintains a drug free workplace
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