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SERVICE AND SUPPORT ADMINISTRATOR CLERK/UI-MUI COORDINATOR

Performs a variety of clerical duties to provide general administrative support to Service and Support Administration Department.

Performs duties and projects as assigned to meet the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities Accreditation Standards, Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities rules and regulations.

Travels on site to perform job responsibilities.  Attends trainings as required to acquire and maintain credential and remain up-to-date on issues relative to completion of job responsibilities.  Visits homes of persons served and travels to community settings, agencies and other locations to perform essential duties.

Maintains and complies with confidentiality principles and standards.

Prepares, distributes, receives and files, forms and a variety of departments records.  Answers telephone calls and takes messages.  Prepares memos, reports, agendas, minutes, routine correspondence, programs, pamphlets flyers and other documents.

Coordinate and complete Intakes after eligibility is determined.

Analyzes referrals to screen to determine appropriateness of services provided by the agency, and as makes referrals to appropriate alternative resources as necessary.

Participates in required billing reimbursements systems such as TCM.  Bills Targeted Case Management [TCM] for Medicaid reimbursement of allowable services provided.

Coordinate trainings for providers and staff, and provide technical assistance and training to families as needed.  Assistance in maintaining provider reference manual.

Assists with maintaining waiting list and completing waiting list assessments.

Tracks SSA productivity report

SSA file reviews

UI/MUI COORDINATOR

Have clear understanding of the following:

UI: Any Incident that is not typical for an individual with a disability. 

Notify SSA(s) for preventive measures.

MUI: The reporting system mandated by Ohio law that sets procedures to review and report allegations of abuse, neglect, and other potentially serious incidents that occur in the DD system

Review all UI’s flowing into the Board office.

Make initial determination on UI/MUI during typical and not typical work hours.

Refer suspected MUI’s to Investigative Agent, and complete necessary forms.

Make notifications to Guardians, Providers, Law Enforcement, SOCOG staff.

Review all UI’s and MUI for trends and patterns.  Take lead role in solving problems identified.

Enter all preliminary MUI information into Incident Tracking System,

Complete MUI prevention plans based upon recommendations by the Investigative Agent, and enter this information into Incident Tracking System.  Participate in team process

Review and except MUI Reports from Investigative Agent.

Answer all questions from DODD in a timely manner.

Close MUI’s in Incident Tracking System

Request, and review Unusual Incident logs from providers.

Complete Annual and Semi-annual MUI Analysis and submit to DODD

Prepare MUI Nickle and Dime Reports and submit to SSA Supervisor

Conduct Stakeholder meetings and submit minutes to DODD

Review SSA Logs and submit to DODD Quarterly

Notify SSA’s on prevention measures

Assist with UI/MUI training for County Board Staff and Providers

24 Hour on call – Cell phone rotation

Notify SSA(s) for preventive measures.

MUI: The reporting system mandated by Ohio law that sets procedures to review and report allegations of abuse, neglect, and other potentially serious incidents that occur in the DD system

Review all UI’s flowing into the Board office.

Make initial determination on UI/MUI during typical and not typical work hours.

Refer suspected MUI’s to Investigative Agent, and complete necessary forms.

Make notifications to Guardians, Providers, Law Enforcement, SOCOG staff.

Review all UI’s and MUI for trends and patterns.  Take lead role in solving problems identified.

Enter all preliminary MUI information into Incident Tracking System,

Complete MUI prevention plans based upon recommendations by the Investigative Agent, and enter this information into Incident Tracking System.  Participate in team process

Review and except MUI Reports from Investigative Agent.

Answer all questions from DODD in a timely manner.

Close MUI’s in Incident Tracking System

Request, and review Unusual Incident logs from providers.

Complete Annual and Semi-annual MUI Analysis and submit to DODD

Prepare MUI Nickle and Dime Reports and submit to SSA Supervisor

Conduct Stakeholder meetings and submit minutes to DODD

Review SSA Logs and submit to DODD Quarterly

Notify SSA’s on prevention measures

Assist with UI/MUI training for County Board Staff and Providers

24 Hour on call – Cell phone rotation

Performs other related duties as assigned by supervisor.

LICENSE, REGISTRATION OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Completion of an Associate’s Degree.

Employee is required to obtain First Aid, CPR and CPI certifications within 90 days following the start of employment and is required to obtain and maintain other required trainings and certification in accordance with Board policy and applicable state agency [such as ODDD and ODH] requirements.

Employee must possess (at time of hire) and maintain throughout the course of employment a valid Ohio motor vehicle operator’s license,   SSA Certification, and a satisfactory BCII check.

Typical Monday - Friday Full time, flexible schedule, occasional nights and weekends

This positon is available immediately.  The Brown County Board of DD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Apply to Brown County Board of DD, 325 West State Street, Building A, Suite 2, Georgetown, Ohio 45121.  For more information contact: Tracy Hammonds, SSA Supervisor at 937-378-4891 ext. 230, fax: 937-378-3585 or by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

325 W. State St., Bldg. A, Suite 2, Georgetown OH 45121
937.378.4891  |  Fax: 937.378.3585
Emergency Phone Number to Report UI's/MUI's After Hours: 937.725.0686