Program Coordinator (25-18)
Pathfinder, Inc. - Little Rock, AR

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DESCRIPTION

Responsible for the supervision of the Individual Program Plan (IPP) and/or Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) development for children assigned to his/her supervision. Initiates new registration forms. Notifies parents and appropriate staff and oversees all required conferences as specified in the guidelines. Insures that each student receives specified services.

1 full-time position is available.

Hours: Monday - Friday

Location: Little Rock, AR

DUTIES

In conjunction with parents and referring school program staff, shall oversee the development of Individual Program Plan (IPP) for school age children and preschool children and/or the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) for infants and toddlers.

Oversees the implementation of the Individual Program Plan (IPP) for school age children and preschool children and/or the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) for infants and toddlers.

In the EI program, must initiate and facilitate transition when a child has his/her 3rd birthday.

Conduct conferences via other methods based on family needs, ie home visit, telephone.

Notifies parents and appropriate staff deemed necessary for all required conferences as specified in the guidelines and shall be responsible for securing all data for said conferences; will oversee the presentation
of all data pertaining to said conference.

Schedules all required conferences and completes all required forms within timeliness as indicated in program guidelines.

Arrange transportation based on family needs through specified department.

Consults special services staff to insure that each student receives specified services as planned.

Responsible for scheduling appropriate evaluations as prescribed by referring physician within timeliness as indicated in program guidelines.

Responsible for the maintenance of student files which involves collecting and filing medical records, psychological information, evaluations, financial reports for social services, and general filing in chronological order.

Organize and maintain master file.

Obtain information from service providers.

Update master files on a quarterly basis.

Prepares all new registration forms for staff, parents, and file.

Responsible for insuring that EPSDT are up to date or family/doctor has been contacted.

Conduct intake and maintain records on all non-program children.

Assist in supervision of team meetings on program children.

Responsible for thinning and maintenance of all charts in accordance with all licensure agencies.

Attends seminars as directed by the Program Administrator and/or Director.

Develop strategies for identifying, obtaining, and funding needed services.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's degree (B. A.) in Education or related field or equivalent from four-year College or university; or three to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Must possess current Arkansas driver's license, have current auto liability insurance coverage, and be physically able to drive to various locations in Arkansas. In conjunction with parents and referring school program staff, shall oversee the development of Individual Program Plan (IPP) for school age children and preschool children and/or the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) for infants and toddlers.

Oversees the implementation of the Individual Program Plan (IPP) for school age children and preschool children and/or the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) for infants and toddlers.

In the EI program, must initiate and facilitate transition when a child has his/her 3rd birthday.

Conduct conferences via other methods based on family needs, ie home visit, telephone.

Notifies parents and appropriate staff deemed necessary for all required conferences as specified in the guidelines and shall be responsible for securing all data for said conferences; will oversee the presentation
of all data pertaining to said conference.

Schedules all required conferences and completes all required forms within timeliness as indicated in program guidelines.

Arrange transportation based on family needs through specified department.

Consults special services staff to insure that each student receives specified services as planned.

Responsible for scheduling appropriate evaluations as prescribed by referring physician within timeliness as indicated in program guidelines.

Responsible for the maintenance of student files which involves collecting and filing medical records, psychological information, evaluations, financial reports for social services, and general filing in chronological order.

Organize and maintain master file.

Obtain information from service providers.

Update master files on a quarterly basis.

Prepares all new registration forms for staff, parents, and file.

Responsible for insuring that EPSDT are up to date or family/doctor has been contacted.

Conduct intake and maintain records on all non-program children.

Assist in supervision of team meetings on program children.

Responsible for thinning and maintenance of all charts in accordance with all licensure agencies.

Attends seminars as directed by the Program Administrator and/or Director.

Develop strategies for identifying, obtaining, and funding needed services.

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