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Positions and Descriptions

The following is a list of all positions and descriptions with LOQW, Inc.

Community Services Coordinator

The Community Services Coordinator (CSC) is responsible for the overall operation of the community skills program and the requirements of the Medicaid Waiver Services.  The Community Services Coordinator will meet the guidelines of a Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP) or report directly to the QDDP.  The CSC will supervise staff and ensure that the individual served receives quality services and has a high rate of satisfaction.


Director of Community/Employment Services

The Director of Community & Employment Services shall be responsible for the overall operation of the employment and community skills services. This individual reports directly to the Executive Director.  This individual shall provide the overall supervision of employment and community skills personnel, implementation of consumer programs and administrative duties related to managing the overall quality of service provision.


Community Support Coach

The Community Support Coach is responsible for the implementation of the individuals person centered plan to include meeting all federal and state requirements.  This individual reports directly to the Community Skills Coordinator.

 


Employment Consultant I

The Employment Consultant I is responsible for accurately evaluating skills, interests and abilities of job seekers and creating a successful job match by utilizing personal networks and employer development.

 


Employment Consultant II

The Employment Consultant (EC) II is responsible for accurately evaluating skills, interests and abilities of job seekers and creating a successful job match by utilizing personal networks and employer development.  Employment Consultant II will have more professional responsibilities than an EC I. EC II may also be responsible for supervising staff.

 


Employment Consultant III

The Employment Consultant (EC) III is responsible for accurately evaluating skills, interests and abilities of job seekers and creating a successful job match by utilizing personal networks and employer development.  Employment Consultant III will have more professional responsibilities than an EC I and II. EC III may also be responsible for supervising staff and ensuring quality services through Quality Assurance duties.  

 


Enclave Supervisor

The Enclave Supervisor reports directly to Employment Consultant III and is responsible for all operations on the employment site including  supervision of the employees placed on the site; employer satisfaction with the work completed; and overall responsibility for the individual program plan implementation as it relates to work. The enclave supervisor is responsible for the implementation of the safety program at the work site in partnership with the employer, and following all business site policies.

 


Executive Director

The Executive Director shall act as the duly authorized representative in the operation and management of LOQW.  The Executive Director reports directly to the LOQW Board of Directors and is responsible for carrying out all polices established by the Board of Directors.  The Executive Director shall possess commensurate powers and authority for the responsible administration of the totals agency, service, and activities.  This person shall be an ex-official member of all committees and shall have the right to attend all committee meetings.

 


Facility/Privacy Officer

The facility privacy officer oversees all ongoing activities related to the development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to LOQW policies and procedures covering the privacy of, and access to, patient health information in compliance with federal and state laws and the healthcare organization’s information privacy practices.  Supervision is received from the Chief Executive Officer, or their designee.

 


Fiscal/IT Coordinator

The Fiscal/IT Coordinator should have the ability to maintain and prepare the company’s financial data in an accurate and consistent way with good financial accounting procedures.  The ability to provide any requested reports using the companies accounting software and financial data. The Fiscal/IT Coordinator will directly supervise the Administrative Support Coordinator I and II.

The Fiscal/IT Coordinator should ensure a stable operation of computers and network for Learning Opportunities office sites.  This includes planning, developing, installing, configuring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all network, hardware, software, and communication links.  Ensure the secure operation of the computers, servers, and network connections.  This will include checking server and establishing and updating virus scans, and troubleshooting any problems that arise.  The Fiscal/IT Coordinator should also possess the ability to analyze and resolve/end user hardware and software problems as they develop.

This position supervises Administrative Services Coordinator I and Administrative Services Coordinator II.


Human Resource Coordinator

The Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for the overall staff training and staff development.  This position is responsible for posting employment positions within the agency, screening applicants, interviewing, hiring and orienting new employees.  The Human Resource Coordinator maintains all personnel and training files, identifies training needs and creates/adapts training as appropriate for individual staff needs. The Human Resources Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director.


Records Technician I

The Records Technician I am responsible for maintaining and organizing consumer master files.  Records will be maintained in a confidential manner according to all HIPPA regulations. The Records Technician I reports directly to the Records Technician II.

 


Records Technician II

The Records Technician II is responsible for maintaining and organizing consumer master files.  Records will be maintained in a confidential manner according to all HIPPA regulations. The Records Technician II reports directly to the Service Coordination Supervisor.

 


Retention Specialist

The Retention Specialist is charged with identifying and providing on the job supports as needed to new employees with disabilities.  Retention Specialists develop relationships with stakeholders and act as a mediator as needed between the employer and the employee. 

 


Security Officer

The information security manager serves as the process owner for all ongoing activities that serve to provide appropriate access to and protect the confidentiality and integrity of patient, provider, employee, and business information in compliance with organization policies and standards.

 


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