QIDP / Clinical Coordinators are ultimately responsible for the coordination of all clinical services for residential group homes, to include but not limited to: Person-Center Plans, medical appointments, assessments and consultations, new admissions, Behavioral Support Services, Quarterly progress reports, monitoring reports required by Community Services Boards and quality of data collection contained in clinical records. All services are to be provided in a manner consistent with Volunteers of America Chesapeake values, mission, principles and in accordance their policies, procedures, and practices as well as state licensing standards. QIDP / Clinical Coordinators report directly to the Program Director. Required Skills: REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in a human services field. And at least one year of experience working with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Specific work schedules for QIDP / Clinical Coordinators (CC) are determined by the needs of the individuals supported in the various program sites. Schedules must be flexible in efforts to meet the various clinical demands of the position. CCs will design their schedules in advance and with approval from the Program Director. All schedules will be designed within the context of appropriate supervision. CCs work 40 hour "flex schedules" each week Participate in weekday overnight and weekend on-call rotation Attend training activities, meetings and routine supervision with the Program Director.