Job Title: HCBA Director (Home and Community Based Alternative Waiver Program)
Salary Range: $77,320.00 To 90,000.00 Annually
Requires a master’s degree in health/human services field and at least 10 years of experience managing health-related home and community-based services for adults.
Requires a minimum of two years of experience supervising care management staff.
- Plans, organizes and develops the implementation, according to state regulations, of a comprehensive case management model for clients 25 years of age and up.
- Supervises and evaluates office staff, supervising care management staff, and care management staff for site.
- Recruits, selects and orients new staff in consultation with supervisors.
- Reviews expenditures to confirm compliance with budget.
- Accountable for budget performance; works with supervisors and Vice President to develop a realistic, state-compliant annual operating budget.
- Works with staff to approve appropriate vendors for waived services.
- Analyzes program operations internal and external to the program and recommending changes to improve service quality for clients.
- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with public and private agencies providing services to clients.
- Ensures provision of in-service training for all staff.
- Responsible for resolving provider/client complaints including grievances.
If you are interested in the above position, please submit your resume to email@example.com.
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