Job Code: 3144191
Recognized as the #1 Best Company To Work for In New York, YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities is an award-winning, nationally acclaimed network of not-for-profit health and human services agencies dedicated to building brighter futures for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities of all ages and their families. We serve individuals, families, and communities in the NYC metropolitan area, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, and Sullivan Counties within New York State. The most recent additions to our network include services to New Jersey and Puerto Rico. Our full range of services include early intervention, pre-school, family supports, day treatment and day habilitation programs, employment training and placement, clinical and residential services, as well as recreation and camping services.
Proud recipients of the following awards:
- New York State Society for Human Resource Management (NYS SHRM)
#1 Best Company to Work For in New York Award
- American Psychological Association’s National Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award
YAI/NIPD has an immediate opening for a Medicaid Service Coordinator (MSC) in our Residential Department in Queens
Coordinate support services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in Queens. Determine eligibility and secure Medicaid funded services. Develop/implement treatment plans. Assist clients in accessing services, e.g., vocational, medical, psych & residential. Ensure quality of care and do home visits.
- BA/BS degree in social work / psychology or related field.
- 2 years ID/DD or related social service experience (case management experience preferred).
- Must have excellent writing skills.
- Some travel required.
Full-time 10am-6pm with flexibility to work evenings and weekends required. For more information about YAI/National Institute for People With Disabilities please visit www.yai.org
The YAI National Institute for Disabilities Network (YAI/NIPD) serves developmentally and learning-disabled people and their families...