At Disability Network of Mid-Michigan, we utilize the expertise of our staff to promote and encourage independence for all persons with disabilities. As a Center for Independent Living, over 50% of our staff have disabilities, making us the disability experts in your community. If you are interested in working with people with disabilities in order build accessible and inclusive communities, see the information below. Thank you for your interest!

Support Coordination Supervisor

Disability Network of Mid-Michigan (DNMM), a non-profit organization advocating for people with disabilities, is hiring a full time (40 hours/week) Support Coordination Supervisor


The primary functions of this position include:


  • Supports Coordination

    • Review and approve Assessments, Person Centered Plans, periodic Reviews, Personal Health Reviews

    • Review and approve CLS and Residential authorizations monthly

    • Review and track Incident Reports

    • Event verification and utilization review

    • Case review meetings with Support Coordinators

    • Attend monthly and quarterly Support Coordinator & Supervisor meetings

    • Manage local and DCH audits to assure compliance

    • Community partner liaison

    • Manage annual budget oversight and compliance

    • Provide direct Support Coordination back-up


  • Program Management/Supervision Expectations:

  • Assist teams in setting annual goals

  • Monitor work-plans to assure benchmarks will be met

  • Manage program budgets

  • Address employee concerns

  • Annual performance evaluations

  • Address and coordinate staff training needs

  • Assure staff compliance with contracts and expected job roles

  • Interview/hire/train new staff as required

  • Submit monthly billing

  • Management team meetings

  • Review and monitor all contracts associated with Fee-for Service work

  • Policy/procedure enforcement as needed


Educational Qualifications for the position include:

  • Psychologist or Physician, OR

  • Educator with degree in Education from an accredited program OR

  • Licensed or limited license Master’s or Bachelor’s level Social Worker OR

  • Licensed or limited license Professional Counselor, OR

  • Human services degreed individual hired and performing the role of QMHP prior to January 1, 2008


Education Preferred: Bachelor’s or Master’s Social Worker licensed


Experience, training and Special qualifications preferred include:

  • Advocacy experience

  • Two years of experience in managing people

  • Two years of experience in managing and analyzing program budgets

  • Demonstrated track record and five years of experience with meeting DCH and MDCH audit and compliance standards

  • Disability is not a requirement, but is considered an asset in the performance of this job



Please submit a cover letter and resume by 12/3/21 to:


Human Resources

Disability Network of Mid-Michigan

1705 S Saginaw Rd, Midland MI 48640

Or via email to:  griffith@dnmm.org


Disability Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply



Supports Coordinator

Disability Network of Mid-Michigan (DNMM), a non-profit organization advocating for people with disabilities, is hiring an individual to work full time (40 hours/week), as a Supports Coordinator for Saginaw County. This position coordinates services that assist people with disabilities to live independently in the community and/or achieve greater independence in their current living situation.


The primary job function of this position is to coordinate all aspects of support received by individuals who are currently qualified for Community Mental Health (CMH) services.  This may include services through Medicaid, CMH, and/or Department of Health and Human Services as well as working with the individual regarding medical concerns, employment, education, housing, etc. All services will be provided in locations based on consumer choice which may include: consumer homes, the community, or place of employment.


The ideal candidate will be self-directed, organized, and experienced in issues relating to disabilities.  A Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services related field is required and at least one of year experience with developmental disabilities, and mental health services provision.  Additionally, a background with case management experience is preferred but other equivalent experience will be considered.  Travel is required with mileage reimbursed.


Please respond by submitting a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by 12/3/21 to:


Human Resources, Disability Network of Mid-Michigan

               1705 S. Saginaw Rd, Midland, MI 48640

E-mail: griffith@dnmm.org



Disability Network Mid-Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer

People with disabilities encouraged to apply.

Independent Living Assistants

Whether you're seeking full-time employment or just a few hours of part-time work: 

YOU can make a difference in someone's life! YOU can help a person with a disability live independently!

As part of our Bay County Independent Living Assistance program, you provide personalized support to individuals who need assistance accessing support in their communities.  You work directly with the consumer to help them meet their goals and create the lifestyle they choose.




WAGES: $10 - $10.50 PER HOUR 


Must have a valid Michigan Drivers License with a good driving record, with dependable and insured transportation. Must be able to pass a criminal background check. Training will be provided.

Various shifts, including Wednesday and Thursdays from 6:00am - 3:00pm are needed.

If you want to make a difference, please call 989-895-2363.

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