Manager, Children's Long Term Support Programs Implementation & Technical Assistance - Career Executive

 
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WI Department of Health Services


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Manager, Children's Long Term Support Programs Implementation & Technical Assistance - Career Executive


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Job ID:

3540

Location:

Madison, WI, United States 

Category:

Health Care Services

Salary:

Starting salary will be between $54,683 and $90,209 per year
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Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

08.31.2017
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Job Description:

~~Under the general direction of the Director of the Bureau of Children’s Long Term Support Services (BCLTSS), within the Division of Medicaid Services (DMS), this position is responsible for oversight, technical assistance and training to entities operating programs administered by the Department of Health Services, BCLTSS, including the Birth to Three Program, Children’s Community Options Program, Children’s Long Term Supports Waiver, Katie Beckett. The Section Chief will lead a team of staff assigned throughout the state to support the local operations of BCLTSS programs. This position will be responsible for assuring program integrity in each program, providing technical assistance on program requirements, identifying and remediation systems and individual instances of non-compliance and developing and executing training and professional development for local programs. This incumbent will work with entities under contract with DHS to operate DHS administered programs, including county human service and public health departments operating CLTS and B-3, regional CESA 5 staff, and regional Katie Beckett staff.

Job Requirements:

~~Minimally qualified applicants will have:


•Experience performing supervision responsibilities, including management of people working in stressful situations, techniques in delegating work responsibilities, administering discipline, recommending hiring and terminating of staff, and monitoring personnel workload. This includes planning, organizing, monitoring, and directing staff as well as creating a vision, setting overall strategy, being an agent for change, and inspiring and aligning people.

•Experience in administering a human services program, including tasks such as working with regulations, assessing the adequacy of supports and services for the needs of individuals, coordinating with other community programs and systems to maximize resources.

•Experience with the needs of children with disabilities, including tasks such as providing services and supports to children and families, working with children with disabilities to support community inclusion, awareness and independence.

•Experience working effectively and navigating relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders, such as executives, colleagues, and subordinate staff.

•Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications skills.


A well-qualified candidate will also have:


•Experience developing training materials and presentations and providing training to adults, including tasks such as public speaking, developing training materials and teaching objectives for adult learners.

•Experience with county or other local or regional service systems responsible for supporting children with disabilities, such as mental health and/or human services departments, service provider agencies, school or child welfare programs.