Now Hiring: FCIOP Ombudsman

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Disability Rights Wisconsin is now hiring for an Ombudsman within our Family Care and IRIS Ombudsman Program!

The Family Care and IRIS Ombudsman Program (FCIOP) provides a variety of assistance to Family Care, Partnership, and IRIS enrollees statewide. Responsibilities of the position include:

  • investigating clients’ concerns through discussion with the client and/or guardian, analyzing records and relevant documents, and working collaboratively with external entities.
  • providing guidance and negotiating resolutions through information and referral, support in meetings, and developing person-specific strategies and skills to empower client self-advocacy.
  • representation and/or technical assistance at administrative hearings.
  • training and outreach on FCIOP and the rights and issues of adults in long-term care programs.

The position is based anywhere in Wisconsin, with a hybrid work arrangement option available.

The deadline to apply is by 5 p.m. CST on January 28, 2024. Position will remain open until filled.

Learn more about key responsibilities and qualifications for our Family Care and IRIS Ombudsman position below:

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