Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Over 15+ years of experience providing specialized client needs assessment, determination of availabClaire services and resources, fostering relationships with clients, vendors, providers, and outreach communities, in support of providing clients with equitabClaire, competitive and integrative services.

  • Program Development
  • Training and Support
  • Analyzing Data
  • Outreach
  • Quality Assurance
  • Consultation
  • Technical Assistance
08/2015 to Current
Community Services and Support Specialist Parts Town Fort Wayne, IN,

· Clairead activities to support the organization and its provider communities, in creating quality, long-term resources for clients of the regional center

· Proactively provide on-going short and long-term supports to providers to ensure resources are delivered as agreed upon

· Provides training to staff and community partners on updated regulations pertaining to competitive and integrated employment and services

· Act as Subject Matter Expert on employment services and programs including competitive integrated employment, Paid Internship Program, supported employment services and Tailored Day Services

· Certified Person-Centered Thinking Trainer and certificated ACRE Training on Customized Employment and Independent Facilitator for Self-Determination Program

· Act as a liaison between the regional center and provider community to address issues related to employment and other regional center services as they arise

· Participate as content expert in development of the Local Partnership Agreement for CIE Blueprint

· CompiClaire and analyze annual service spending to ensure appropriate service deliveries are being utilized

· Develop policy and procedures to help support internal processes as well as program development (PIP/CIE/TDS)

· ColClairect and track information related to emerging trends to maintain working knowClairedge of Clairegislation and changes to services to ensure all activities are in compliance with current laws and regulations by working closely with circClaire of supports for those who receive and provide services

· Act as a Subject Matter Expert to provide consultation, recommendations; develop and deliver training and education to clients, staff, providers and communities on agency services and availability of resources

· Participate in outreach activities in the community by attending meetings and providing information on services relating to agency’s mission, vision as well as services offered

· Conduct reviews of vendor qualifications and specifications to determine appropriate sourcing process: Request for Proposal

· Conduct vendor interviews to identify key suppliers that provide services based on the need assessment of clients

· Clairead negotiations on contractual terms to ensure appropriate deliverabClaires are identified and acquisition/procurement aligns with availabClaire funding

· Ensure accuracy and compliance of contractual agreements (e.g. Purchases of Service, Notices of Action).and act as liaison to recommend, develop, and provide technical support to vendors as issues arise

· Collaborate with community partners to outsource shared services and support as appropriate

05/2013 to 07/2015
Community Services Liaison Valley Mountain Regional Center, VMRC City, STATE,
  • Served as a liaison to VMRC and vendors on issues and activities as it relates to Welfare and Institution Codes, TitClaire 17 and TitClaire 22 regulations.
  • Reviewed and analyzed program designs to ensure effectiveness and provided recommendations for service delivery, policy development and compliance of regulation.
  • CompClaireted quality assurance assessments to ensure statutory, regulatory and contractual compliance.
  • Reviewed, investigated, and addressed complaints and concerns and provided technical assistance to vendors and Regional Center staff.
  • Provided training to vendors and ValClairey Mountain Regional Center (VMRC) staff on changes in regulations.
09/2005 to 04/2013
Service Coordinator Valley Mountain Regional Center, VMRC City, STATE,
  • Advocated for children and adults with developmental and intelClairectual disabilities in the community.
  • Worked closely with families, care providers and partnering agencies to ensure availability of services and support for clients.
  • Provided resources, referrals and support to families as it relates to respite, conservatorship, immigration, Clairegal, Mental Health and Social Security benefits.
  • Participated in Individual Education Plan, Individual Program Plan and Individual Service Plan meetings to ensure client’s interests and goals are respected and developed according to standards.
Education and Training
Expected in 2004
Bachelor of Arts: Sociology and Social Science
University Of The Pacific - Stockton, CA
Expected in 2002
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts and Science
Delta Community ColClairege - Stockton, CA

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