Supports Coordinator

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The individual who fills this position demonstrates that he or she is capable of carrying out the following roles and responsibilities:

  • Perform psychosocial assessments; provide or secure needed assessments.
  • Develop Individual Plans of Service with input from those who know the person the best, including family, caregivers, and friends.
  • Facilitate Person-Centered Planning Meetings.
  • Conducts training/in-service on the implementation of individual plans.
  • Evaluate individual progress in the plan of support; coordinate the support services required by the plan of support; assist in resolving crisis situations.
  • Authorize needed services.
  • Enhance a spirit of gentleness in every aspect of the person's life.
  • Develop and mobilize natural supports for individuals.
  • Provide advocacy, guidance and/or assistance for individuals on accessing community resources and programs.
  • Assist individuals in safety and financial matters.
  • Maintain contact with parents and/or guardians.
  • Develop and monitor person-centered plans and treatments goals.
  • Assess needs and link consumers to appropriate public and private recourses.
  • Coordinate services with other treatment team members.
  • Maintain relationships with referral sources and other stakeholders.
  • Maintain effective quality clinical records.
  • Maintain a high level of productivity.
  • Must be able to keep up with the latest clinical trends and information for the population being served.
  • Able to see the consumer in their home or at the office.
  • Must have computer skill and knowledge.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Applicant must be qualified to be a QIDP and have a state licensure as an LP, LLP, TLLP, LMSW, LLMSW, LBSW, LLBSW, SST or an LPC, LLPC.
  • To see children applicant with a bachelor's degree must also have 3 years of experience in the examination, evaluation, and treatment of minors and their families or a master's degree with one year of experience.
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Working telephone
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Pass all regulatory checks
  • Must have specialized training or one year experience in treating or working with a person who has an intellectual disability and/or a mental illness
  • Obtain and maintain all required training for credentialing and licensing standards
  • Must obtain all required training of Taylor Life Center/Consumer Services, Inc.
  • Must obtain all required training of all contracted PIHP(S)

Benefits Offered:

  • Vacation and personal time
  • Health, dental, vision, and life Insurance
  • Paid holiday's

To Submit Your Resume:

  • Click the following link: Submit Resumé
  • Fax to Human Resources at (810) 234-0941

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Job Location: 
Macomb County, Michigan