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FI Coordinator

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Location: Middletown, NY, United States
Date Posted: Jul 12, 2024

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Location: Middletown, NY   
Pay Rate: $25.00   
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM (40hrs)
NO WEEKENDS + Benefit Package. 

  • We are looking for a skilled individual to join our growing team! The primary responsibilities of the FI Coordinator is to provide support and guidance to individuals who self-direct their services through their self-directed budget. 
  • Responsibilities include
  • active participation in the person-centered planning process and oversight of the self-directed budget once approved.
  • The FI Coordinator will work with participants, families and vendors to ensure services and reimbursements of funds adhere to OPWDD guidance and regulations, and are processed in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • The ideal person will possess exceptional communication skills and will be the initial point of contact for daily inquiries, requests and follow- ups by individuals, families, self-hired workers, care managers and brokers.
  • The FI Coordinator will participate in Life Plan meetings and Circle of Support meetings and must be able to provide guidance on OPWDD regulations around all aspects of the self-direction budget.
  • The ideal candidate should be a self-starter with a proactive attitude who can anticipate the needs of the department and have a professional, friendly and enthusiastic attitude.
  • Must be proficient at multitasking as this position requires great attention to detail.       


  • Review and implement start-up budgets, full budgets and budget amendments, communicating budget changes to agency departments including human resources, finance and compliance.
  • Complete training for new self-hired staff; inform staff when they are cleared to work; Ensure completion of mandated annual agency trainings.
  • Perform OPWDD and agency compliance review of Life Plans including facilitating any corrections needed to ensure all billing requirements
  • Provide administrative support including data entry and entering information into CHOICES system (ex. DDP1s)


  • Assignments may be determined at a future date


  • Bilingual Spanish / English, strongly preferred
  • Must have the ability to multi-task, prioritize and work independently
  • Must have exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills - ability to communicate and problem solve with co-workers in a positive and professional manner
  • Must have excellent communication skills – verbal and written
  • Must have proficiency in use of technology/computers including use of Word, Excel, email
  • Must have the ability to work as part of an integrated team
  • Must demonstrate a general knowledge of services provided


    • Experience working in the intellectual and developmental disabilities field is preferred
    • Two-year, proven work experience related to clerical or office work is preferred
    • HS Diploma or equivalency degree
    • Experience with Electronic Health Records (Preferred)
    • Must be capable to sit or stand in front of a computer for long-periods of time
    • Work alongside co-workers within 3 feet.

    Access: Supports For Living is an EEO employer-EEO, AAE, M/F/D/V      

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