Looking for an independent, motivated, experienced individual with knowledge of HCBS (Home and Community Based Services), Children's Choice (CC), Community Choice Waiver (CCW), and EPSDT PCS to help monitor the delivery of supports and services for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and the Elderly. The applicant must possess a bachelor level degree in the Human Service field with at least 3 years of experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and the elderly. Applicant must have effective communication and documentation skills, can provide effective Supervisory skills, great organizational skills to maintain individual’s files, ability to develop universal service plans, complete assessments to develop client specifics tasks to teach and train DSW on effective strategies for service delivery, can be a self-starter and the proficiency to be solely responsible for an individual caseload. The applicant will be responsible for monthly phone contacts, home visits to monitor services, quality assurance visits to monitor delivery of services of DSWs, training of DSWs to ensure adequate documentation is completed, perform quarterly home visits with proper documentation, develop Seizure protocols, review MARS, complete 60 days observation on new DSWs, complete quarterly supervisions and annual evaluations. Only serious applicants please apply.