CDS Life Transitions Treatment Coordinator in Webster, New York
To provide supervision and direction to all staff and participants in their assigned module or group. To provide coordination for assigned participants, assuring implementation of the participant’s IPP, integration of all services and progress made by the participant. They also will be responsible to provide programming for developmentally disabled adults which will intellectually stimulate, teach, and assist them in meeting the 3IP.
Essential Job Functions:
• Participates in/facilitates and writes
up the Intake meetings, reviews and
special ITT’s for assigned participants.
• Coordinates with members of the
Team, participants’ families, and
residences to facilitate program
planning and to maximize optimum
functioning of the participant in
• Assesses habilitation skills of
participants assigned to the group.
Develops, implements, and
documents outcomes for all assigned
participants. Provides input to the
Interdisciplinary team, ensures
training is consistent with the IPP.
Monitors participant progresses
toward the IPP outcomes with the ITT
and adjusts as needed.
• Ensures documentation is completed
for services provided - data sheets,
outcome performance records,
progress notes, travel logs, etc.
• Develops a curriculum for all
activities which is outcome oriented
and applicable to the individual
• Assumes all record keeping
requirements are met for assigned
participants - ensuring that charts
are maintained accurately with
current information at all times.
• Screens and recommends for
employment and termination of
employees under the specific chain of
command assigned to the position.
• Provides training to staff as needed.
• Supervises the module’s assigned
staff, providing ongoing continuous
supervision throughout the program
day. Gives praise and discipline,
when necessary (for assigned staff)
and completes their performance
• Approves time off requests of
subordinates and secures coverage
for duties when absent.
• Attends management meetings for
• Maintains program area and
equipment, completing requests for
new supplies and/or work orders.
• Performs any other duties as
required by assigned supervisor.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Ability to work independently and
• Ability to communicate effectively,
both orally and in writing.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree preferred and
meets QMRP status per 690
o Bachelor’s degree in a field of
education, social work,
psychology, rehabilitation or
related human services field from
an accredited program OR
o Holds permanent certification
from the New York State
Education Department in a field of
o Specialized training or one year of
experience in treating or working
with the developmentally disabled.
• Associate’s degree + 3 years
• High School diploma plus 4 years
experience in treating or working with
developmentally disabled individuals
and has demonstrated the ability to
complete the job responsibilities.
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
• Ability to lift at least 50 lbs. dead
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Must meet applicable Vehicle
Operator Requirements. (NYS
Driver’s License required)
• Adhere to all CDS Life Transitions,
Inc. and affiliates policies and
• Adhere to the Agency Mission,
Vision, Shared Values, and
Customer Service Standards.
• Attend mandatory education and
training modules as scheduled;
obtain and maintain required
• Maintain all required
certifications/training by State
regulations and CDS policy
• Act as a professional representative
of CDS Life Transitions, Inc. and
affiliates in regards to appearance,
communication, language, and dress.
CDS Life Transitions is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such affirms the right of every person to participate in all aspects of employment without regard to gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, citizenship, military or veteran status, gender expression and/or identity, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.