Self Direction Startup Coordinator
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Self Direction StartUP Coordinator


The Self Direction StartUP Coordinator will support ongoing startup budget caseloads to ensure successful launch of self-directed services. The Self Direction Coordinator FI will assist the Self-Direction Department by completing start up and ongoing budgetary review for individuals receiving self-directed services supported by AIM Services, Inc. The Self-Direction Coordinator will support the departmental personnel with setting up an individual financial account for each participant based on the approved Self Direction Plan/Budget.


Responsible to: Director of Individual Support and Services

Status: Non-exempt

Essential Functions:

  • Start Up and ongoing budgetary review for self-directed budgets. This includes review of support broker invoices using internal guidance measurements.  
  • Maintain quality measurement systems and processes to ensure all required FI waiver documentation is acquired and readily available for reference.
  • Ongoing knowledge and expertise in ISS regulatory guidelines. 
  • Train Self-Direction Coordinators on fiscal intermediary procedures
  • Support the Self-Direction department by assisting with launch meetings, and families with budgets as needed. 
  • Complete internal monitoring of all required SD Documents. 
  • Ensure that FI department staff is maintaining documents for each Self Direction participant including, but not limited to: a current signed ISP identifying the FI as the Self Direction provider of service, a current signed Self Direction Plan, invoices, time sheets and Monthly Summary Notes.
  • Support ongoing startup budget caseloads to ensure the successful launch of self-directed services
  • Assess ongoing and periodic individualized outcome attainment and provide quality feedback to AIM personnel that foster the core principles and values of self-determination. 

Other Duties:

  • Participate as an active member of the individuals’ program team and Circle of Support.
  • Flexibility of schedule to ensure individual care and program implementation.
  • Attendance in participation in workforce transformation initiatives. 
  • Any and all other related duties as requested by supervisor.


Associate’s Degree in a Human Services Related Field with 2 years’ experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred; OR High School Degree with 4 years’ experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred and one year as a Fiscal Intermediary Coordinator

Program specific training (provided)

Valid NYS Driver’s License acceptable to Agency Insurance standards. Maintain valid insurance and provide insurance card if using your own vehicle.

Ability to exhibit/maintain a professional, kind, courteous and patient manner at all times

Complete the Broker Training Institute (BTI) as well as Self-Advocacy/Self-Determination, Circle of Support, Introduction to Person Centered Planning and Advanced Person Centered Planning, and Self Direction Plan/Budget on the ICS Template at the first available 

Salary Description
$24.00- $29.00 per hour