This position coordinates services and works in partnership with the consumer and family to develop, implement and maintain a life plan to assist them in achieving the highest quality of life and live as independently as possible. Monitors programs, activities and supports and links consumers to community support systems.
B.A. in Health or Human Services from an accredited college or university and one year related experience in assisting people with developmental disabilities or one year as a Service Coordinator. Must have a knowledge of community resources and services.Daily access to an automobile is required. A valid New York State
Driver’s License and ability to drive and driving record acceptable for agency insurance coverage are required.
Completes the OPWDD CORE training with the first 6 months of
employment as an MSC as well as 15 hours annually of training (10
hours after 3 consecutive years as an MSC). Required to complete 5
out of 6 modules in the OPWDD training catalogue within the first 2
years of employment.
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