SOURCE Program Director: Employee will be responsible for the leadership of the SOURCE program and the staff working under her/him. This includes ensuring overall satisfaction of services for SOURCE members, as well as positive collaboration with other agencies. Duties include, but are not limited to, supervising all staff hired to serve the SOURCE participants; ensuring the collection and review of monthly reports by referral coordinator, case manager supervisor, team leaders, and case managers, as needed; providing leadership to case managers with regard to specific medical/health issues for program participants, etc.
SOURCE Registered Nurse (RN): Per SOURCE policies and procedures, the SOURCE RN will meet the target population guidelines and Intermediate Nursing Home LOC: The target population for SOURCE is physically disabled individuals who are functionally impaired or who have acquired a cognitive loss that results in need of services to assist with the performance of the activities of daily living (ADLs). All individuals must meet the definition for intermediate nursing home level of care. The SOURCE Registered Nurse (RN) performs and reviews initial assessments and annual reassessments of members with the MDS-HC assessment tool as assigned. Maintains all medical regulatory and compliance issues for the individuals served by AARC. Maintains compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures. Required qualifications include having and maintaining RN licensure; having a minimum of three (3) years' clinical experience and experience with individuals who meet the definition for intermediate nursing home level of care; having clerical/office administrative duties, and more.
ICWP Contract Case Manager: Case managers are responsible for the overall enhanced primary care case management of those individuals who have been assigned to their caseload.
ISP/ER Coordinator/DDP: Maintains all regulatory and contract issues by the exceptional rate individuals served by ARC. He/she will identify, report, and correct an environmental, documentation, medical/safety issues for exceptional rate individuals served by ARC Residential services. Will maintain checklist/tracking system for any issues identified for up to 25 individuals residing in the assigned area.
Residential RN-DDP: The residential registered nurse (RN)--DDP performs clinical and non-clinical duties as assigned. Maintains all medical regulatory and compliance issues for the individuals served by AARC. Maintains compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures.
Qualifications: Must have and maintain RN licensure plus a minimum of three (3) years of clinical experience and experience with individuals with DD and/or MH. He/she must have knowledge of calculators, personal computers, fax machines, multiple line telephone systems, and other business-related machines. Must have experience in clerical/office administrative duties. Must be an extremely organized team player able to coach, train, and hold staff accountable. Must be a self-starter who is able to solve problems and provide creative suggestions and solutions. Customer-service skills a must
Health and Safety Director: The Health and Safety Director will coordinate and oversee various inspections, tests, repairs, and other projects at all AARC locations to ensure the safety of all employees and individuals served. Duties and responsibilities include internal and external inspections, coordination with external vendors for annual fire hydrant flow tests, fire suppression hoods, sprinkler systems, etc.
Qualifications: A 4-year degree is preferred. Three (3) years experience working in the health and safety management field is preferred. Must have excellent customer service skills.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN): The LPN will perform clinincal and non-clinical duties as assigned. Maintains all medical regulatory and compliance issues for the individuals served by AARC. Maintains compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures.
Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED and minimum of two (2) years clinical experience and experience with individuals with DD and/or MH required. Must have and maintain LPN licensure.
Part-time Scheduling Assistant: The part-time scheduling assistant schedules and oversees the schedules of all Direct Care Staff (DCS) to ensure that the needs of our individuals served are met and maintained. He/she will maintain all DCS contact information. Will pefrorm duties as assigned by the payroll manager and the director of human resources who work in close collaboration with the director of residential services and the executive director.
Qualitifications: A high school diploma or GED equivalent and at least two (2) years of clerical and office experience.
Part-time File Clerk: The File Clerk reviews documentation submitted by staff and ensures that documentation meets DBHDD and Medicaid standards for billing and accuracy. He/she will file all related documents in the main charts of the individuals served in a timely manner. He/she will maintain compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures. The File Clerk is responsible for the orderly placement of all documentation relating to residential individuals in files according to protocol established by the director.
Qualifications: A high school diploma and a minimum of one (1) year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities are required.
Direct Care Provider: The Direct Care Provider will be responsible for the day-to-day care of the individual(s) served assigned to his/her oversight. The DCP will act as a positive role model and communicate effectively as a team member. The DCP will complete tasks accurately and on time, in addition to accomodating shift changes to meet individual served/staff ratio as required. The DCP will assist the person served in making community connections to ensure a presence in their community.
Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED and a minimum of one (1) year experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities are required.
Residential Home Manager: Hired by the residential program director and/or the residential case manager, this position is responsible for the wellbeing of the individuals served who reside in the home. The Residential Home Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operation and activities of the home, including oversight of the care of individuals served, the facility, and program implementation in the home.
Qualifications: Requirements include possession of a high school diploma or GED and a valid Georgia driver's license with a satisfactory driving record. Must be capable of operating a 15-passenger van, or must have a personal vehicle that can be used for transporting individuals served.
Adult Day Center CAI (Community Access Individual) Staff: Hired by the Adult Day Center director, the Adult Day CAI staff person transports ARC individuals into the community to accomplish their ISP goals. He/she must maintain accurate documentation and records. He/she maintain good relations with coworkers, supervisors, individuals and the community as a whole. He/she shall have knowledge of community resources. He/she shall maintain confidentiality at all times.
Qualifications: Requirements include possession of a high school diploma or GED, a valid Class 1 Georgia driver's license, current car insurance and dependable transportation. Travel is required with this position.
Adult Day Direct Support Professional (DSP):The Adult Day DSP assists the Lead Direct Support Professional with preparing and carrying out the daily activities, lesson plans, outings, and operations of the Adult Day program. He/she will also assist consumers with their individual personal needs and maintain safety and sanitary guidelines. The Adult Day DSP will show a positive and caring attitude towards individuals served at all times and will maintain strict confidentiality. This position is hired by the Adult Day director and the lead DSP.
Qualifications: Requirements include possession of a high school diploma or GED, some experience working with individuals with disabilities, and a valid Class 1 Georgia driver's license with a satisfactory driving record.
Data Entry Clerk for Incident Management and Performance Improvement: The IM & PI Data Entry Clerk works under the direction of the Incident Management Director. He/she must be proficient in the MS Office Suite. Experience working in Therap or other data programs is desirable.
Qualifications: Requirements include a high school diploma or GED and experience in clerical/office administrative duties. A 4-year degree in business administration or related field is preferred. Organizational skills and attention to detail are key requirements. Knowledge of correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation is critical. Experience in data entry field as data entry operator or office clerk is a plus. Must have excellent customer service skills. Three years of experience working in the disability field is preferred.