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Service Coordinator: Kessler - Indy

Date Posted:  Nov 25, 2021
Requisition ID:  240041

Indianapolis, IN, US, 46220


Work for Indiana

Grow your career with the State of Indiana! With more than 50 executive branch agencies, the State of Indiana is a diverse workforce offering employees stimulating and challenging projects across a broad scope of career opportunities. As a State of Indiana employee, you impact the well-being of Indiana’s communities every day.


At the State of Indiana, we don’t just talk about diversity and inclusion – Our goal is to create a welcoming, accessible, and equitable workplace, with a workforce that is representative of the State of Indiana population. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.


About the Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA): 

The Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services manages the delivery of services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and has two overarching responsibilities: to facilitate partnerships that enhance the quality of life for children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities; and to provide them with continuous, life-long support. 

  • The Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services provides services for individuals with developmental disabilities that enable them to live as independently as possible in their communities. BDDS assists individuals in receiving community supports and residential services using a person-centered plan to help determine which services are needed and who can best provide them. BDDS also monitors the quality of care and the facilities of those who are approved to provide these services in Indiana. 


Salary:   The annual minimum starting salary for this position is $ 35,568.00.   

About the Job:

The Program Director 2 administers a program within a state agency and serves as a specialist in this area.  The BDDS Service Coordinator monitors BDDS placements which support individuals with intellectual disabilities in attaining their highest level of independence through skill acquisition and enhancement, while ensuring their health and safety. 

A Day in the Life:

The essential functions of this roles are as follows:

The Bureau of Developmental Disability Services - Service Coordinator in the District BDDS offices monitor and facilitate the services provided to individuals with developmental disabilities in Indiana.  The BDDS Service Coordinator is responsible for these main functions:
1.   Intake
2.   Eligibility
3.   Level of Care
4.   Service Monitoring
The BDDS Service Coordinator monitors BDDS placements which support individuals with intellectual disabilities in attaining their highest level of independence through skill acquisition and enhancement, while ensuring their health and safety.  BDDS Service Coordinators work with individuals, families, guardians, advocates, case managers, service providers and other community resources to ensure a cohesive support team for the success of each individual.  Each BDDS Service Coordinator has a specific caseload and specialized assignment.

The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time.

What You'll Need for Success:

Bachelor Degree in Social Service or health related field with a minimum one (1) year experience working with individuals with disabilities or qualifications as required in 460 IAC 6-5.  

  • Extensive knowledge of provider agencies and their programs and services.
  • Extensive knowledge of generic community resources
  • Broad knowledge of an entire program area;
  • Extensive knowledge of all source materials and references including federal and state laws governing the programs;
  • Working knowledge of the organization of the agency and of state and federal agencies dealing with the programs;
  • Working knowledge of accounting and budget principles;
  • Ability to comprehend, analyze, interpret and correlate very technical material;
  • Ability to develop and implement new principles and policies and discern any far reaching implications;
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing;
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with federal and state agencies.
  • Ability to travel.

Supervisory Responsibilities/Direct Reports:

This role may serve as a team lead for an assigned work group.


Benefits of Employment with the State of Indiana:

The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package for full-time employees which includes: 

  • Three (3) medical plan options (including RX coverage) and vision/dental coverages 
  • Wellness program (offers premiums discount for the medical plan) 
  • Health savings account (includes bi-weekly state contribution) 
  • Deferred compensation account (similar to 401k plan) with employer match 
  • Two (2) fully-funded pension plan options 
  • Group life insurance 
  • Employee assistance program that allows for covered behavioral health visits 
  • Paid vacation, personal and sick time off 
  • Competitive leave policies covering a variety of employee needs 
  • 12 company paid holidays, 14 on election years 
  • Qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program 
  • New Parent Leave 
  • Free Parking 
  • Free LinkedIn Learning 


Equal Employment Opportunity:

The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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