Compliance Coordinator
Job Type
Full-time
Description

The Compliance Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that the Resource Home program is adhering to established performance and quality standards. The Compliance Coordinator will supervise the Case Aides/Clerks who are responsible for completing and managing program data in and assisting with Resource Home program requirements to efficiently and effectively meet program’s state, city and agency regulations.


Goals of Management:

• Provide children youth with protection, care and a nurturing environment with certified Resource Parents (RP) while a permanent plan is established

• Timely reunification or permanency

• Increase permanency for children and youth.

• Decrease the use of higher level child welfare and behavioral health placement settings, such as group home, residential treatment and psychiatric residential treatment

Requirements

 • Supervise up to five staff

• Complete no hours of training in the first year and io annually thereafter

• Manage Case Aides/Clerks workloads, performance and corrective action

• Provide and properly document supervision at least monthly with each Case Aide/Clerk

• Maintain ongoing communication and meetings with Case Aides/Clerks to ensure all are properly notified of updates on child welfare regulations, child law amendments, etc.

• Review and evaluate Foster Care, Resource Home and Adoption case records for compliance

• Interpret and implement compliance standards and procedures

• Assist in preparation of policy guidelines, corrective action, tracking data and generating reports

• Assist in completing county and state audits and evaluations

• Compile statistical data and written narrative reports summarizing findings

• Responsible for knowing the Department Human Services (DHS) program and contractual regulations and informing the director of any new and/or revised regulations

• Responsible for understanding and ensuring that resource and pre-adoptive homes remain in compliance with PA Chapters 37oO, 335 368o and 3490.

 • Responsible for completing the CYi 3i Resource Family Applicant Registry for APM and Pradera homes

• Responsible for requesting location codes for foster and kinship parents with no children in the home

• Responsible for providing regularly scheduled reports to Program Director and Supervisors to evaluate program effectiveness of service

• Coordinate with CUA, Adoption, Resource Home Support and SBH Resource Parent Support Workers to ensure all documentation is received accurately and timely

• Participate in supervisory meetings with Program Director and maintain ongoing communication to ensure emergencies, critical incidents and concerns, are addressed in a timely manner

• Participate and be a contributing member of a multidisciplinary team, working in conjunction with other team members of the programs to ensure success

• Other duties as assigned to support the mission of Pradera


Qualifications:

• Preferably prior experience working in quality assurance and/or child welfare

• Bachelor’s degree

• Preferably knowledge of PA Chapter 37oO

• Excellent communication and written skills

• Good team working skills

• Good judgement and a data/analytical skills are essential

• Computer savvy, familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite

• Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearances, Pennsylvania Criminal Record Clearance, Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI), Medical Examination

 

APM Benefits:

• Accrual Paid Time Off at the rate of 20 days per year 

• Employer-paid health insurance effective the 1st of the month after 60 days of employment with an employee contribution 

• 12 paid holidays 

• Term Life Insurance coverage in an amount equal to one and one-half times your annual salary; maximum benefit of $200,000 

• 403b retirement plan 

• Long-term disability insurance 

• Short-term disability insurance  


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