Coordinator - Medicaid


/ Bachelor's Degree from an accredited educational institution.
/ Five years of experience with Medicaid and related programs preferred.
/ Valid Florida Driver License.
Reports to: / Director-Office of Exceptional Education Support / Supervisor’s Superior: / Assistant Superintendent for Student Services and Exceptional Education / Supervises: / N/A
Job Goal
Responsible for the coordination and implementation of Medicaid Administrative Outreach, Medicaid Fee for Service and TANF.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Ability to interact professionally with school and District level personnel, administrators, parents and other professional personnel. Ability to understand and follow current guidelines for Brevard Schools, Medicaid and TANF regulating the implementation of the billing process. Ability to demonstrate proficiency in oral and written presentation. Ability to keep abreast of new guidelines, practices and regulations. Be familiar with Medicaid compliance and Quality Assurance Standards. Must be able to travel to various locations throughout the District.
Essential Functions
/ Coordinate Medicaid – Administrative Claiming Process.
/ Develop Medicaid Fee for Service/Direct Billing procedures for Speech Pathology, Audiology, Assistive Technology, Occupational and Physical Therapy Services, Psychological, Social, and Behavioral Services, Transportation, Mental Health Services.
/ Develop, coordinate and implement on-going staff development related to programs.
/ Act as District Medicaid contact for Department of Education, Medicaid Regional Office.
/ Coordinate and monitor the Medicaid services eligibility guidelines for the district processes.
/ Establish procedures for accessing of TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) through the school system with a focus on children’s Mental Health and Substance Abuse Program.
/ Manage the billing process for both Medicaid and TANF.
/ Act as a liaison for Medicaid fiscal issues with outside agencies, local offices, and county and state offices.
/ Ensure that all policies and regulations for Brevard Schools, Medicaid and TANF are maintained.
/ Maintain documents and records.
/ Participate in continuous improvement activities within the Exceptional Education Department.
/ Manage assigned projects to meet timeliness and budgets.
/ Assist in grant writing and other determined initiatives to generate additional revenue for ESE classes.
/ Provide outstanding customer service, and use positive interpersonal communication skills.
/ Make all decisions and perform all tasks in accordance with Brevard Public Schools’ Organizational Values.
/ Ensure compliance with Board rules and applicable federal laws and regulations.
Other Duties & Responsibilities
/ Perform tasks or services consistent with the job goal of this position.

Physical Demands & Working Conditions (ADA Compliance)

Light Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently, to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects.

The Brevard County School District will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities to allow them to perform the essential functions of the job when such individuals request an accommodation.


Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board's policy on evaluation of personnel.
Terms of Employment
Compensation & Position Details
Salary Schedule: / Bargaining - PTS / Date Developed: / October 3, 2000
Pay Grade: / L / Dates Revised: / April 24, 2001; January 5, 2005
Pay Code: / 2111 / Dates Board Approved: / October 10, 2000; November 20, 2001;
Pay Type: / C / January 18, 2005
Pay Days: / 12 months / EEO-5: / 043
FLSA Status: / Exempt / Function: / Behavioral Services
ADA Code: / WC1 / Classification: / EAP
DOE Survey Code: / 61310

Draft Developed By: ______

For HR Use Only:
Labor Relations Services: Joy Salamone ______
Compensation Services: Terrilynn Berry ______
Classification Approved By: Susan Standley ______

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