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.
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.
Consumer Financial Records Clerk: The consumer financial records clerk is hired and supervised by, and reports to the executive director. He/she is responsible for the general management of individuals' checkbooks. He/she maintains a friendly, professional and caring attitude at all times. He/she maintains confidentiality at all times. This is a part-time position.
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.
Residential Licensed Practical Nurse-HRST: The licensed practical nurse (LPN) 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: High school diploma or GED and a minimum of 3 years clinical experience and experience with individuals with DD and/or MH. Must have and maintain LPN licensure, a valid Georgia DL and reliable transportation. He/she must have experience in clerical/office administration. Must be extremely organized and an effective communicator with the ability to coach, train, and hold staff accountable in order to produce reports in a timely manner.
Child Development Center Teacher: This position implements the IEPs established for each student participating in the program. He/she will follow the directives of the AARC education director.
Qualifications: High school diploma or GED and a minimum of ninety (90) hours of college credit or two (2) years of technical college credits. Must have at least one year of experience working directly with individuals with disabilities. Must have a valid Class 1 Georgia driver's license.
File Clerk--Part Time: This position 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 themain charts of the individuals served in a timely manner. He/she will maintain compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures. This position is responsible for the orderly placement of all documentation relating to residential individuals in files according to protocol established by the director. This is a part-time position requiring 20-25 hours per week.
Qualifications: High school diploma or GED and 1 year of experience working with indviiduals with developmental disabilities. Basic literacy skills required. Familiarity with office equipment, including computers, fax machines, copiers, scanners, phones, etc., required. Must be comfortable working alone, in addition to being flexible and able to work under pressure.