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Urologist Medicaid Service Coordinator Supervisor Primary Care Physician Pediatric and Adult Speech-

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Westchester Institute for Human Development
Choose a job posting: Medicaid Service Coordinator Urologist Director of Development Bilingual Outreach and Information Coordinator Start Up/Support Broker Medicaid Service Coordinator Supervisor Primary Care Physician Speech Language Pathologist The Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities and a New York State licensed Article 28 Diagnostic & Treatment Center has an opening for a consulting Urologist. Services will take place during one to two sessions per month to start (four hours per session). WIHD provides comprehensive health care to 4500 patients annually with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The care model includes primary care, multi-specialty care including neurology and behavioral health as well as dental services. We are seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Urologist with a strong commitment to people with disabilities and an equal commitment to collaborating with colleagues including caregivers, families and referral sources to ensure the delivery of a comprehensive, patient-focused service. Summary of Position: The Director of Development is responsible for the design and execution of a comprehensive fund development plan for WIHD. This responsibility includes oversight and execution of ongoing fundraising efforts, as well as for capital and special project campaigns. The Director of Development reports to the President & CEO, and works in close cooperation with the Board of Directors and appropriate Committees, and WIHD Program Directors. The Director of Development must be results-oriented, a strong project manager, a detail oriented executor, a strong communicator, and possess excellent relationship and strategic instincts. Major Responsibilities: Program Leadership Participate in the development of the WIHD Strategic Plan; assume primary responsibility for the development and implementation of the Fund Development Plan for WIHD; develop an annual tactical plan for Development, with an annual fundraising goal and a proposed budget; create a culture of philanthropy within WIHD; provide staff support to the Board's Development and Outreach Committee; prepare periodic reports to the Board. Fundraising Implement broad-based appeals by planning segments and messages, producing materials, and coordinating mailings; plan and oversee special events for fundraising; plan and oversee fundraising efforts for special projects /initiatives. Major Gifts Identify potential donors and conducting donor research; strategize and orchestrate methods of approach to existing and new WIHD donors; develop donor moves for all highly rated donors and prospective donors; develop briefings and speaking points; conduct in-person visits and provide support to CEO and Board members to conduct in-person visits; debrief and follow-up; update pipeline and "moves management" report. Donor Support/Stewardship Develop and oversee quality acknowledgement and receipts; ensure that donors are supported by well-planned and executed stewardship approach and calendar; support CEO to provide personal stewardship to top donors; develop value added approaches. Foundations and Corporations Oversee outreach to foundations and corporations, including: research on foundation and corporate grant sources to identify sources of restricted and unrestricted funding; work with program staff to develop grant proposals; and organized solicitation drives for pledges or ongoing support. Planned Giving Program Develop strategy and materials for planned giving program; initiate program; track progress of pending legacy and bequest gifts; fulfill requests, produce correspondence. Database and Records Management Supervise and coordinate activities of staff involved in maintaining the database records of contributors; develop and implement a system to track and manage donor contacts by Board members and staff; maintain security and controls; generate queries, reports, and exports as needed; manage any related vendors. Reporting & Public Relations Provide information for the Annual Report; participate in the development of the report; assume primary responsibility for the development/giving section of the WIHD website; coordinate WIHD's social media strategy related to fundraising and communications. Education, Knowledge, and Skill Requirements: Education Minimum of a Master's degree (preferred) in a related field; graduate or post-graduate training in fundraising desirable. Knowledge and Skills An understanding of and a passion for WIHD's mission, vision, and values. A thorough understanding of all components of a fund development program. Demonstrated ability to think strategically. Exceptional organizational skills with an ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Strong verbal communication skills, effective public speaking. Demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively. Strong credibility with demonstrated ability to motivate superiors, peers, and external audiences to achieve results. Ability to work with others to reach common goals and objectives. High degree of initiative, ability to work independently without close oversight High energy, positive attitude, flexibility, teamwork, and attention to detail. Experience At least 10 years of professional experience in development, preferably in a non-profit or academic setting. Proven success in development for a mid-size to large non-profit; proven track record in achieving fundraising goals. Proven management and leadership capabilities; experience in planning leading, and managing development projects, including coordination, tracking and reporting. The Bilingual Outreach and Information Coordinator is part time, 17.5 hours per week in Valhalla, NY and reports to HV-SEPTAC Director. This person would provide information and referral assistance to parents, especially those whose primary language is Spanish, about available services/resources for children with special needs. Develop calendar of forums within Hispanic/Latino communities to better educate and serve children who are Speakers of Languages Other Than English (LOTE) or who are English as a Second Language Learners (ELL). Deliver educational workshops and resources to parents and families within the Hudson Valley region, with focus on Spanish language speaking communities. Represent HV-SEPTAC at targeted events, meetings, or conferences, as needed. Major Responsibilities Include: Provide information and referral assistance to parents especially those whose primary language is Spanish about available services/resources for school-age (5-21) children with special needs; Develop calendar of forums within Hispanic/Latino home communities to better educate and serve children who are Speakers of Languages Other Than English (LOTE) or who are English as a Second Language Learners (ELL); Deliver educational workshops and resources to parents and families within Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties, with focus on Spanish language speaking communities; Represent SEPC at targeted events, meetings, or conferences, as needed. Education, Knowledge, and Skill Requirements: We are looking for people with good interpersonal skills, strong leadership, communication, and collaboration skills. Experience with public speaking and Experience working with culturally diverse and high need populations is preferred. Bachelor's degree with a minimum of three years experience working with children and/or parents of children who have disabilities Fluent in Spanish (speaking and reading/writing) Efficiency with Microsoft Office Passionate about the mission of the HV-SEPTAC Parents of children with special education needs are strongly encouraged to apply The Community Support Network within the Westchester Institute for Human Development is looking for a Start-up/Support Broker to join their Adult Services Team. We are a progressive agency and supportive team seeking a dedicated self-starting individual to work with adults and families using person centered planning to coordinate services and supports to enable individuals with developmental disabilities (who are OPWDD eligible) to access meaningful activities in their daily lives and promote self-determination. Responsibilities include: Interview and consult with the individual and their Circle of Support to create a plan and budget, and sustain and enhance their individualized supports. In collaboration with the same partners and the Financial Management Services provider ensure maintenance of quality services and adherence to the budget. Liaise with the DDSO and provider agencies as required. Education, Knowledge, and Skill Requirements: Associate's degree in a health or human service field or an RN; Bachelor's degree in a human services field; One year of experience working with people with a developmental disability. The Community Support Network within the Westchester Institute for Human Development is looking for a Medicaid Service Coordinator Supervisor to work with their Medicaid Service Coordination Team. We are a progressive agency and supportive team seeking a dedicated self-starting individual to work with adults and families using person centered planning to coordinate services and supports to enable individuals with developmental disabilities (who are OPWDD eligible) to access meaningful activities in their daily lives and promote self-determination. Responsibilities include: Maintain ongoing communication with the individual, their family/advocate and service providers; Develop, implement and maintain Individualized Service Plans for each person based on the individual''s strengths, needs and interests; Ensure all documentation is updated and meets compliance standards; Supervision of other Medicaid Service Coordinators Education, Knowledge, and Skill Requirements: Two years of Medicaid Service Coordination experience; Supervisor experience a plus; Bachelor degree required in health and human services field, Masters preferred; Fluent in Spanish, also a plus. Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) Adult Health Services, a non-profit outpatient clinic located in Valhalla, NY, is looking for a part-time Primary Care Physician. The Clinic provides primary care and subspecialty care to teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The applicant would be responsible for providing primary medical care and age appropriate preventive services, as well as practicing evidence-based medicine, documenting care provided in accordance with current regulations and good clinical practice..The candidate must have graduated from an accredited medical school and residency program in internal medicine, family medicine, or medicine-pediatric and be licensed to practice medicine in New York State. Board eligibility or certification is required. Ideally, the candidate will have a minimum of three years experience as an attending physician in an outpatient setting and have cared for individuals with intellectual/ developmental disabilities (I/DD). Personal experience with individuals with I/DD may be substituted for employment experience with people with I/DD. Prior use of electronic health record and knowledge of medical documentation required by Medicare/Medicaid to support billing and meaningful use are preferred. WIHD's Speech & Hearing Center, located in Valhalla, NY has an immediate opening for both a per diem Pediatric and Adult Speech-Language Pathologist in a level 1 trauma center and level IV NICU. Job responsibilities include assessment and treatment of dysphagia and feeding difficulties in medically fragile neonates, infants, and adults, and speech-language-cognitive impairments. Minimum 2 years experience; MBS competency appreciated. Competitive hourly rate. We are looking for candidates seeking weekday AND / OR weekend per diem hours. As the major resource for speech and hearing in the Hudson Valley Region, the Speech & Center provides comprehensive services to both outpatients at the Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) and inpatients at the Westchester Medical Center (WMC). The Center serves not only individuals with disabilities, but the general public as well. Our goals include identification, evaluation, and diagnosis of speech, language, swallowing, and hearing disorders, and provision of prompt, quality intervention. The Speech and Hearing Center is also the clinic for the graduate program in medical speech-language pathology at the School of Health Sciences and Practice, New York Medical College (NYMC), and serves as a residency site for doctoral fellows in audiology.

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