Community Services Group, Inc.
  • Lancaster, PA, USA
  • Full-Time

Are you a human services professional with 3 years of experience in the intellectual disability (ID) or community geriatric field looking for a rewarding career helping to improve the lives of others?  If you are, this opportunity is for you!

Community Services Group (CSG) is recruiting for a Caregiver Assessment Coordinator for our Adult Intellectual Disability (ID) Over 60: Living Stability Assessment and Planning Program in Lancaster, PA.


The Caregiver Assessment Coordinator will evaluate the older adult caregiver in the role of providing support to an adult individual with an intellectual disability (ID) using a standardized assessment with the goal of making appropriate recommendations for resources specific to the caregivers needs.  The Caregiver Assessment Coordinator is responsible to develop a comprehensive plan that will ensure continuity of care for the individual with ID in the absence of the caregiver.  The Caregiver Assessment Coordinator exercises clinical and casework skills, along with considerable independent judgment, decision making, and creativity.

This position offers:

  • Full-Time (40 hrs/wk) hours. (Generally Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.  The ability to work evenings & weekends as needed is required.) 
    Industry competitive compensation.
  • Medical, Dental, Prescription & Life Insurance (Available for employees, spouses and domestic partners who qualify).  Vision Insurance (Available for employees who qualify).
  • Up to 4 weeks of Paid Time Off (PTO) based on weekly scheduled hours & Other Paid Leave.
  • Career Advancement, Paid Training & Transfer Program. 
  • 401K (Up to 4% company match), Flexible Spending Accounts & Credit Union Membership.
  • Travel Reimbursement, Wellness Initiatives, Employee Assistance Programs, Tuition Assistance & more! 

Insurance & Benefits availability will vary based on position and schedule.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Interviews the caregiver, individual and others who provide support or have the potential to provide support to the individual to gather pertinent demographic and bio-psychosocial information.
  • Completes a multi-dimensional strength based assessment and needs analysis, using assessment tools and measures, and following standard systematic assessment procedures.
  • Develops goal-oriented, comprehensive individual support plans in cooperation with the caregiver and individual.
  • Develops a written summary of the assessment findings, and identifies recommendations for needed services and supports for the caregiver and individual, and others who are significant to the plan implementation.
  • Facilitates meetings with members of the individual's team and those identified by the caregiver.
  • Recognizes diversity and cultural concerns.
  • Provides information about public and private social services and community agencies and resources to meet caregiver needs, and assists caregiver in understanding and utilizing these resources.
  • Maintains regular communication with Supports Coordination, the caregiver, family members and friends as requested, and other service providers involved with the caregiver and individual.
  • Provides monthly progress updates to Supports Coordination and other team members as requested.
  • Participates in quality assurance and quality improvement activities related to specific goals and outcomes of the Over 60 Program.
  • Maintains accurate and complete individual records and produces clear, accurate reports.
  • Serves as the liaison with business operations departments, assists in the development of policies and procedures for the Over 60 Program.
  • Adheres to all requirements of incident management.
  • Travels to caregivers' homes, other agencies, and community locations.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in human services (psychology, social work, sociology, gerontology, counseling, or education).
  • A minimum of three (3) years of experience in the intellectual disability or community geriatric field.
  • The ability to work flexible hours to meet individual and program needs.
  • A valid driver's license, good driving record, and access to a reliable vehicle to attend trainings, meetings, and/or transport individual to appointments.
  • The ability to obtain clearances to include FBI, State Police, and Childline clearances.

Apply today to Join our Team!

A World of Career Opportunities Awaits You at CSG!  Together, We Can Do Great Things!

Community Services Group is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer supporting Workforce Diversity.

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