Background Check Registry
(2)The background check registry does not include SIs who work or seek to work as an employee or volunteer for:
(a)A community developmental disabilities program (OAR 411-320-0010 (Statement of Purpose) to 411-320-0200 (Variances));
(b)A developmental disabilities brokerage (OAR 411-340-0010 (Statement of Purpose) to 411-340-0180)
(c)The Department of Human Services.
(e)Permanent hire date in the position at each QE.
(f)Last day of work for each position at each QE.
(a)BCU received credible evidence indicating that SI has any new potentially disqualifying convictions or conditions; or
(b)A subsequent background check results in any outcome other than approved.
(7)To remain in good standing on the registry:
(a)The SI must have an approved background check completed pursuant to OAR 407-007-0200 (Purpose and Scope) to 407-007-0370 (Variances) within the past 24 months; or
(b)If within 120 days of expiration from the registry:
(A)The SI’s qualified entity must submit a new background check request pursuant to OAR 407-007-0200 (Purpose and Scope) to 407-007-0370 (Variances) no later than the SI’s expiration date or as required by the collective bargaining agreement or program rules; and
(B)In the new background check request, the Department finds no information that would lead to a revocation of the SI working pursuant to OAR 407-007-0315 (Hired on a Preliminary Basis).
(8)If the SI is required to have a Provider Enrollment Agreement filed with the Department, the SI must complete a background check pursuant to OAR 407-007-0200 (Purpose and Scope) to 407-007-0370 (Variances) at least 24 months with an outcome of approved or approved with restrictions.
Rule 407-007-0620 — Background Check Registry,