Are you passionate about making a difference in others’ lives? Then come join the DPD team! 

What’s the role of a Support Coordinator?

  • To manage support coordination services for each participant, including individual discovery, ISP development, plan coordination and plan monitoring.
  • To communicate effectively with supervisors, participants and their families, other service providers and with DDD representatives.
  • This job requires a significant amount of written documentation. The employee will cooperate with the agency’s administration and/or Division and DHS staff in any inspection or investigation.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in any field and 1 year of experience working with adult (21 or older) individuals with developmental disabilities:
  • The experience must be the equivalent of a year of full-time documented experience working with adults (21 or older) with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
  • This experience can include paid employment, volunteer experience, and/or being a family caregiver of an adult with a developmental disability; If you have previously provided care coordination to a different population and some percentage of the individuals you served had developmental disabilities, you may be able to demonstrate the equivalent of a year of experience working with adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Must have a driver’s license which is valid in the State of New Jersey. 40-60 WPM typing skills, office skills, intermediate to advanced computer skills and organizational skills, and able to operate office equipment.
  • Travel will be required throughout Sussex County and beyond to meet the needs of the individuals being supported.

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