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In collaboration with the Bureau of Children’s Services, this position will work to develop and conduct review activities to ensure compliance with federal and state requirements for children served under the Children’s Long Term Care support waivers in Wisconsin. The waivers support children who are living at home or in the community and who have substantial limitations in multiple daily activities as a result of one or more of the following disabilities: developmental disabilities, severe emotional disturbances, and physical disabilities.
The position will interact with county agencies serving the children during the activities conducted to ensure compliance, remediation, and provide technical assistance. Applicants interested in applying for this position should have experience with children who have developmental disabilities, severe emotional disturbances, or who have physical disabilities. Experience could be from a variety of settings, such as educational, clinical, residential, community or recreational groups, or vocational.
Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education, Nursing or health or human services-related field will be considered (social work, rehabilitation psychology, mental health, substance abuse services, or other allied health professions). For Registered Nurses, years of experience as noted below may be considered as a substitute for Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Licensure/certification in the State of Wisconsin, as appropriate.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience working with children with developmental disabilities, severe emotional disturbances, and/or physical disabilities, such as:
Experience in coordination of acute and primary care and/or long-term care services
Education and coordination of services for children and families (including case management, child protective services, or special education)
Interest and availability for in-state and overnight travel
Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License
Knowledge of the conditions, current philosophies, nationally recognized approaches and community alternatives for the children’s populations being served under the managed health and long-term care waiver programs.
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