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Program Coordinator (20 hrs/week – Job Opening 434997) : Program Coordinator for Nisonger Center’s UCEDD (University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities) and Peer-to-Peer Project, a state-funded project involving the interview of residents living in state-supported intermediate care facility (ICF) for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (IDD) and providing them with information about life and options in the community.  The program coordinator will be responsible for: recruitment, hiring, training, supporting, and supervising a team of adults with developmental disabilities (DD), as well as parents and siblings of adults with DD to become peer-to-peer interviewers; developing, coordinating and implementing a work plan to ensure a timely turn-around of scheduling of interviews once they have been assigned to the project by DODD; conducting interviews of adults with developmental disabilities who currently reside in an ICF-IDD; ensuring successful and timely completion of all program deliverables; gathering, compiling, preparing and submitting required  progress and activity reports to funding agency (Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities; DODD);  coordinating, monitoring and verifying timely payment of all program invoicing; planning, coordinating and organizing meetings with project director and DODD partners; attending meetings to record meeting minutes;  collecting, compiling and entering all project data into the UCEDD’s National Information Reporting System (NIRS) database;  extracting, reviewing and verifying validity of data; researching, identifying and recommending new opportunities for extramural funding; assisting with developing, preparing and submitting grant proposals to obtain funding in support of program.

20 hrs/week – flexible schedule.  Start date: Immediately.

Experience:  Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required; experience in program planning and administration required, preferably in a social services related setting; experience organizing and coordinating services of volunteers desired; familiarity and knowledge of developmental disabilities is required; requires successful completion of a background check; selected candidate may be requested to complete a pre-employment physical, including a drug screen.