The ADH/CDH Program Coordinator provides oversight and support to staff and the residents in the residential setting.
Applies behavioral contingencies as outlined in the most recent Intermountain Centers program description.
Develops and maintains the residential teaching environment.
Coordinates the planning and implementation of the residents’ academic and/or vocational program.
Develops and maintains professional relationships with families, necessary officials and professional workers.
Oversees the development of individual treatment goals for each resident.
Ensures continuity of resident’s program through ensuring completion of functional assessment, goal development, progress reports and other forms of documentation deemed necessary.
Acts as a liaison to referring workers, to include monthly conferences with individual caseworkers and families.
Participates and assists in other aspects of program to include, but not limited to, training, attending staff meeting and meeting residents’ needs.
Helps ensure various contract responsibilities are met.
Maintains client files in accordance with Intermountain Centers’ and contractual standards.
Provides leadership to, and supervision of, direct care staff.
Provides emergency back-up support to residential settings as determined by on-call schedule.
Maintains an approved work schedule and acceptable level of attendance.
Bachelor’s degree in a field related to behavioral health, or any bachelor’s degree with at least one year of verifiable work experience, to include internships and volunteer work, in a behavioral health or related setting preferred, or
HS/GED and four years’ experience in behavioral health services required.
21 years of age
Current, valid Arizona Driver’s License and 39 month Motor Vehicle Report to meet insurance requirements.
Eligible for DPS Level I fingerprint clearance.
First Aide, CPR certification and Emergency Response certification (must pass) – (Employer provides).
Negative TB test result and physical examination on a prescribed form. (Employer provides)