Supports P & W Group LLC with coordinating and monitoring the array of services and supports needed to address each participant’s goals and desired outcomes. The QP will supervise, integrate and coordinate participant’s plans and monitor progress towards outcomes. Additionally the QP will oversee general operations of P & W Group Home and P&W Day Services including supervision of paraprofessional staff.
- Have a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field from a college or university and two years of full-time, post-graduate experience with individuals who have a IDD/MI diagnosis including supervision of direct care staff of at least one year.
- Have a Master’s Degree in a human service field and one year of full-time post-graduate experience with individuals who have a IDD/MI diagnosis including supervision of direct care staff of at least one year.
- Have a Bachelor’s Degree in a field other than human services and four years of post-graduate experience with individuals who have a IDD/MI diagnosis including supervision of direct care staff of at least one year.
1. Perform initial and ongoing admission paperwork and assessments.
2. Monitor and/or complete Individual Support Plans. Attend plan of care meetings and provide input and information as necessary.
3. Ensure implementation of Individual Support Plans and Day Program Curriculum.
4. Track authorizations and ensure reauthorization of services prior to the expiration of services.
5. First responder crisis response on a 24/7/365 basis to participants experiencing a crisis.
6. Perform monthly supervision with every individual supported, monitor documentation grids and update documentation grids as applicable.
7. Completes discharge plans and support participants with transition to other services as appropriate.
8. Provide clinical supervision to paraprofessional staff and administrative supervision including assurance of paraprofessional staffs adherence to policies and procedures.
9. Monitor and ensure compliance of disaster and fire drills.
10. Serve as human resource support including the acquisition and retention of staff.
11. Ensure training compliance of paraprofessional staff and provide Innovations Competencies and/or other trainings as required.
12. Conduct and/or oversee formal and informal investigations into incident/allegations of abuse, neglect, exploitation or other circumstances that may present risk to safety and health.
13. Review incident reports to ensure treatment was provided, cause of injury determined and preventative measures implemented. Analyze incident reports of safety trends. Complete Quarterly Incident Report Summary.
14. Assist with billing and payroll procedures.
15. Performs various audit reviews including personnel and participant records.
16. Provide feedback to the Board of Directors regarding policies and procedures as necessary to comply with program standards.
17. Serve as back-up staff when necessary.
18. Practices universal medical precautions.
19. Ensures confidentiality regarding sensitive material.
20. Assists the Clinical Director and Executive Director with other relevant duties as required.