CLINICAL PROGRAM PLANNER 1
- Manager of IDEA Part C Office
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY -
PAY GRADE: 38
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In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
Clinical Program Planners perform and supervise a variety of planning and analytical functions in support of clinical programs and activities within divisions of the Department of Health and Human Services, including quality improvement, program design, policy and procedure development, program evaluation, research, contract and grant development and administration, strategic planning, and training initiatives.
Clinical Program Planner I's supervise quality improvement and quality assurance, program planning, program evaluation, and/or contract administration for a large program with multiple service delivery components, which may be regional or statewide.
The incumbent manages all activities necessary to comply with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part C (Early Intervention Services). The Early Intervention System is a statewide system of coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency programs to provide services to eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. The incumbent is responsible to: identify and coordinate resources; ensure the timely delivery of quality services; conduct research and develop reports and recommendations; develop grant applications; manage grants and provide required state and federal reports; develop and implement program policies and procedures; participate in the development and delivery of training; develop interagency agreements; provide for the collection and analysis of data; facilitate and/or participate in committees and work groups; assist with complaint resolution; provide direction and supervision to Part C Office staff engaged in monitoring, evaluating and providing technical assistance to early intervention programs throughout the State. Statewide and out-of-state travel is required.
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a social science or health related field, which included clinical intervention coursework, and two years of professional experience as a clinician in a mental health or intellectual disability service delivery setting.
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required. Persons offered employment in this position will be required to pay for these items.
Additional Position Experience
Experience working in a program of early intervention services or services for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview. The hiring agency may require specific skills related testing as part of the interviewing process.