Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP)

Job Description

Bittersweet is seeking a full time Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP). A QIDP is responsible for integrating, coordinating, and monitoring each participants treatment and who possess at least one year of experience working directly with people with autism and/or other developmental disabilities.

Responsibilities and Duties

- Create, update and monitor ISP’s goals; goal frequency reports
- Monitor, follow up of UIR’s
- Coordination of LOC Redeterminations
- Completion and coordination of IAF Assessments
- Benefits Management: Patient liability and SSA
- Administering the DDP
- Supervision and orientation of staff
- Rep Payee and Guardian report
- Resident banking statement reviews
- Addressing Parent/ Guardian concerns
- Work with community programs
- Ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations
- Oversee behavioral services

- Participant involvement and support, which includes observing/working with individuals in their homes
- On-call responsibilities as needed & working DSP shifts as needed

Qualifications and Skills

Bachelor’s degree in a human services field. At least 1 year of experience with 3-5 years preferred with individuals with autism and/or other developmental disabilities. DSP experience strongly preferred. 1-2 years’ experience of leadership preferred. Background and experience with behavioral support services is preferred but not required.

Type: Full-time
Pay: $45,000.00 to $52,000.00 per YEAR

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Bittersweet, Inc.

Help us redefine what is possible with Autism. Bittersweet, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides residential, vocational, and recreational services to individuals with autism in a farmstead setting. For the past 34 years, we have found that a farm setting offers rich, varied, and abundant opportunities for self-paced, distraction-free activities that are perceived as immediately meaningful by our participants.

We are seeking full-time and part-time employees to help enrich lives and make a difference. Our employees positively impact the lives of individuals with disabilities through teaching, mentoring, and partnering in meaningful activities and positive social interactions.

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