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|Position:||Compliance & Eligibility Specialist|
|Company:||Goodwill Industries of Southeast Wisconsin|
|Job Location(s):||Great Lakes, IL|
|Start Date:||As soon as possible|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Starting Salary Range:|
|Required Education:||Bachelor's Degree|
|Required Security Clearance:||None|
|Related Categories:||HR - Generalists|
|Title||Compliance & Eligibility Specialist|
|Description||Will conduct in-depth interviews with food service, uniform issue, post office, and workforce development supervisors, and AbilityOne employees to evaluate the employee's functional capabilities in the areas of mobility, communication, interpersonal skills, self-care, self-direction, work tolerance, and work skills. |
Will reference case notes, personnel, and AbilityOne records to help determine the employee's functionality and eligibility status; write detailed narrative in report format that demonstrates the employee's ability or inability to obtain and maintain employment in a competitive work environment for an extended period.
This position is responsible for program integrity and ensuring that Goodwill maintains strict compliance with the federal AbilityOne Program reporting regulations and competitive employment evaluation statements. It demands a high level of critical thinking, the ability to conduct in-depth and complex interviews, organizational skills, knowledge of disabilities, symptomology, functionalities, and accommodations, and the ability to write narrative reports using medical, clinical, and vocational rehabilitation terminology to satisfy federal program eligibility requirements.
|Requirements||*Bachelor's degree (Masters preferred) in rehabilitation, social work, psychology, or other related field.|
*Three to five years working with people with disabilities and job performance.
*Knowledge of medical and clinical terminology, disability ratings, medications, and associated side effects.
*Understanding of disabilities and their associated symptoms, behaviors, and common functional limitations. Population served includes individuals with mental health disorders, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, hearing and visual impairments, neurological disorders, and physical disabilities.
*Familiarity with and ability to reference disabilities and associated codes listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM).
*Ability to communicate effectively and professionally (verbally and in writing) with a diverse population. This includes medical professionals, severely disabled, counselors, case managers, food service operations staff, legal guardians, and community-based vocational rehabilitation personnel
*Must have car and valid driver's license
Equal Opportunity Employer