• 10-Oct-2021 to 21-Dec-2021 (CST)
  • Community Living Services
  • Peoria, IL, USA
  • $40,000
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Major Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Holidays & Vacation, 403B Retirement Plan and Much More!

Job Description

Job Title:

Program Coordinator, QIDP


November 14, 2019


Community Living Services


Position Status:


FLSA Status:



Senior QIDP

Supervisory Responsibilities:


Position Objective: The Program Coordinator, QIDP will follow Rule 50, Dept. of Human Services Rule 115, 116, Rule 119, Rule 120, and other relevant regulatory guidelines, and will assist the House Manager in developing and implementing individual plans and coordinating all habilitation direct care services provided by the facility to residents.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities

General Responsibilities:

  1. In accordance with agency policy and procedures, support the agency's DSP training in role modeling, coaching, mentoring, and participating in on the job training with program staff.
  2. Manage all responsibilities based on the agency mission, using individual choice and all appropriate policies, procedures, and regulations.
  3. Coordinate monthly Resident Council meetings, monthly resident activity schedules. Perform all personnel functions, including interviewing, hiring, terminating, evaluating, training, coaching, and scheduling.
  4. Provide on-call supports through the on-call rotation.

Database, Paperwork and Compliance Responsibilities:

  1. Meets all deadlines set by the agency and outside resources.
  2. Complete monthly summaries and ensure all documentation is completed to meet clinical and financial requirements.
  3. Maintain files and data entry according to the standards set by the agency.
  4. Review all documentation for accuracy
  5. Understand rules governing program/licensure for CILA, monitors the implementation to and adherence of these rules.
  6. Supports database management systems.

Resource Management Responsibilities:

  1. Provide support to and work with all team and agency members.
  2. Maintain positive parent and guardian relations for individuals on the team.
  3. Promote community participation for individuals.
  4. Review all medical and other incident reports for the person.
  5. Coordinate and support appointments with the nursing department.
  6. Work with ISC's

Clinical and Behavioral Management Responsibilities:

  1. Implement Individual/Person Centered Plans (PCP) for all people on caseload, including writing the ISP, coordinating and facilitating Discovery, along with other meetings as appropriate.
  2. Training staff on implementation of the Personal Plan.
  3. Train staff in Behavior Plans/Interventions related to the person.
  4. Develop behavior plan for individuals who require behavioral support.
  5. Participate in the Professional Review Committee as needed.
  6. Participate in appointments related to the use of psychiatric services.
  7. Maintain files according to standards set by the agency, ICAPs, consents, and other assessments as needed.

Clinical Management Training:

  1. Train all aspects of clinical responsibilities, including incident reports, ISP, monthly summaries, and other clinical tasks.
  2. Participate in QIDP training per DHS regulations.

Other Duties:

  1. Support and educate the philosophy of the agency mission/vision statement and current strategic plan.
  2. Manage all responsibilities based on the agency mission, using individual choice and all appropriate policies, procedures, and regulations.
  3. Provide back up to other Directors in QIDP role.
  4. Participate in agency-wide functions to support entire organization, including intra-agency and interagency committees and development of policies and procedures.
  5. Maintain appropriate staffing levels in the CILA homes at all times (weekdays, weekends and holidays)
  6. As a mandated reporter, ensure allegations of abuse and neglect are reported as required.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  1. Requires On-Call responsibilities.
  2. Will cover the manager's responsibilities in their absence.

Competency Requirements

  1. Bachelor's Degree in Human Services required and two years supervisory experience preferred.
  2. Supervisory experience is essential.
  3. One year experience with persons with developmental disabilities.
  4. The ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to write correspondence.
  5. Ability to effectively present information in one-on one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
  6. Must possess emotional stability to handle stressful situations on a regular basis and the ability to cope with illness, death, and dying.
  7. Must possess good organizational and time management skills.

Computer Skills

  1. Must be skilled in Microsoft Office systems. Technical skills include the ability to function using Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Physical Requirements

  1. Must be able to life at least 50 lbs.

Work Environment

  1. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job assignment.
  2. Work hours/days are full-time and exempt status. Flexibility is a requirement in order to accommodate various Program, contractual, personnel and organizational needs.
  3. Will be required to drive a motor vehicle as part of his/her employment responsibilities with EP!C. A valid Illinois Driver's License and insurance is required and must be maintained at all times while employed by EP!C.
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