When applying for any position below, please fax resume with cover letter to Human Resources at (516) 683-0718 or email: email@example.com
Part Time – 24 hours weekly
Imports payroll data from Time & Labor system to Payroll Preview. Reviews the time and attendance system for accuracy and updates accordingly, reviews payroll for accuracy.
Tracks each non-enrolled employees’ hours worked per anniversary year to determine date of eligibility, reviews payments due based on the bookkeeper’s calculation, makes changes if necessary.
Verify accuracy and validity of all bills after input by the Bookkeeper, insuring proper authorizations are obtained for all payables, accrues invoices not paid for monthly financial statements, reconciles outstanding payables for monthly financial statements.
Responsible for preparing invoices as assigned by the Senior Accountant. Serves as back-up for the Senior Accountant for monthly electronic billings. Prepares state aid vouchers for OPWDD, Social Security and other government funding (room and board, non-waiver services, ISS contract), calculates consumer provider payments due.
Responsible for all bank account reconciliations. Reconciles all Balance Sheet accounts on a monthly basis as assigned.
Oversee all of the bookkeeping for the OPWDD Self-Direction Fiscal Intermediary services. This includes billing, payroll, and accounts payable.
Review expense accounts monthly. Check for coding and mathematical errors.
Financial Record Keeping
Files and maintains all financial records according to agency procedures, makes recommendation regarding potential improvements in record keeping system.
Responsible for getting the best price in accordance with OMRDD regulations, follows Agency policies & procedures on purchasing.
- Bachelor’s Degree in accounting
- 3 years minimum accounting experience
- Experience with accounts receivable and accounts payable functions
- Strong organizational, problem solving and analytical skills
- Ability to multi-task
- Ability to communicate effectively
- Excellent verbal and written skills
Behavior Intervention Specialist
Full /Part Time
Community Mainstreaming Associates, Inc. (CMA) is currently seeking a Behavior Intervention Specialist to oversee clinical programming for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Under the supervision of the licensed psychologist, provides initial and annual assessments as well as behavioral support plans on program participants.
Areas of Responsibilities:
- Develops outcomes, objectives and methods to address psychological problems or needs, and to maximize assets of the psychological problems or needs, and to maximize assets of the program participants for inclusion in the IPP, with approval of the consulting licensed psychologist, and in collaboration with interdisciplinary team members.
- Assess mental health status of consumers & overall cognitive ability
- Develop residential habilitation & behavioral plans
- Provides clinical supervision of Non-QIDP program staff members, when necessary
- Provide training and support to Day Services Program staff related to psychological services
- Participates in team meetings; provides input to program evaluation and development.
- Oversee and provide training/support to Direct Support staff regarding clinical interventions and documentation
- Performs all other duties relevant to the position as requested or approved by the Program Director/designee
- Master’s Degree preferred in Psychology
- At least two years of experience working directly with individuals with developmental disabilities, including the devising, implementation, and monitoring of behavioral support plans based on applied behavior analysis
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Knowledge of SCIP
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL
F/T, P/T & Per Diem, Evenings, Weekends, Overnight
We are seeking caring, dedicated, professional individuals needed to assist residents in residential program with daily living skills & activities.
Key components of this position:
- Work in a residential setting assisting individuals served in becoming self-sufficient, self-advocating, self-driven, self-actualized individuals.
- Daily responsibilities include: assisting individuals to achieve and exceed their personal goals; provide structure and emotional support; assist in the facilitation of resolving behavioral issues; assist individuals with personal hygiene; manage and dispense medication; complete detailed, accurate documentation as assigned; and transport individuals to and from medical appointments and recreation activities using Agency vehicles.
- DSPs must communicate effectively with individuals served and families. Cooking and light housekeeping may also be required. Must have flexibility to be reassigned to other programs and/or locations as needed.
- Minimum 60 college credits preferred
- High school diploma or GED w/3-5years working experience with people with developmental disabilities (ICF preferred)
- Candidate must past OPWDD background checks, Statewide Central Registry (SCR) clearances and drug screening
- Valid Clean NYS Driver License w/o infractions
MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATOR
Community Mainstreaming Associates, Inc. (CMA) is currently seeking a Medicaid Service Coordinator (MSC) assists persons with developmental disabilities and their families in gaining access to services and supports appropriate to their needs.
Summary of Position
Medicaid Service Coordinators provide assistance and advocacy in many areas, including finding a day program, medical providers, residential placement, recreational activities, financial supports (such as SSI or food stamps), respite, etc. Medicaid Service Coordinators help people with community inclusion by assisting with developing personal relationships with others (not just immediate family), joining groups or organizations (such as clubs, religious congregations, civic groups, etc.) and by promoting relationships in their community.
Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):
- Develop and maintain Individual Service Plans using person-centered planning
- Monitor consumer satisfaction and quality of services
- Advocacy – protecting and upholding consumer rights
- Coordinating Services
- Working with Families
- Eligibility determinations
- Identification of service providers
- Promoting individual choice
- Arranging for assessments
- Implementation of the support plan
- Resource management
- Access to generic community supports and services
- Bachelor’s degree
- Two years’ experience with people with developmental disabilities or mental health needs
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to handle emergencies in a professional manner
- Excellent organizational skills
- Valid NYS driver’s license
Nursing Care Coordinator
Status: Full Time, on call required
- Supervise nursing staff at all program locations
- Review monthly nursing reports of all staff RN’s
- Review annual OMRDD Nursing Assessments for all RN’s
- Develop and/or update all Policy and Procedures related to nursing functions as needed based on OMRDD regulations and CMA policies
- Create, teach and review all medical training including but not limited to OSHA, 1st aid, AMAP and monthly trainings for all new employees
- Oversee and monitor medical care of individuals in agency programs
- Oversee and monitor medication regimen of individuals in agency programs
- Oversee & monitor supervision of medication administration by AMAP staff
- Maintain MRDD compliance with all medication regulations at residential sites
- Oversee & monitor supervision of residential staff with First Aid, Nutrition, OSHA, etc.
- Telephone triage on call required
- Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s Degree
- NYS- Registered Nurse
- 3 years Supervisory experience
- Knowledge of OMRDD regulations strongly preferred
- Voluntary TDA
- Vacation, Sick and Personal Days
CMA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please forward your cover letter and resume to Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax (516) 417-5916