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Our residential programs provide a framework from which to support individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or brain injuries learn daily living skills, develop meaningful relationships, and gain opportunities from becoming part of their community. Our dedicated staff creates a safe, warm environment and supports the residents in participating in community activities, providing transportation to medical appointments, managing their finances, and much more!
In collaboration with the Program Director or Director of Residential Services, the Site Supervisor I is responsible for the over-all supervision of one home, and for providing residential supports to individuals with intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, and/or brain injury.
As the Site Supervisor, you will:
Assist individuals with their ADLs such as hygiene, cooking meals, etc. and help them to function as independently as possible in a variety of home life situations and community settings
Complete the ISP documentation which includes assessments, support strategies, modification of ISP and progress notes as required
Attend meetings with DDS and follow up with the Program Director or Director of Residential Services as required
Ensure that house meetings are regularly scheduled and that minutes are kept in the house meeting notebook
Implement systems and lines of communication with program staff, DDS, families, guardians and other involved providers to ensure that individuals receive quality services in their home
Participate in the interviewing, hiring, orientation an training of staff who possess the qualifications and qualities to meet program needs
Provide supervision and participates in evaluation and disciplinary action for assigned staff, in accordance with agency and division policies and timelines
Develop and post the monthly staffing schedule commensurate with individual needs and within budget limitations, including necessary scheduling of relief and overtime staffing
Track staff compliance with mandated orientation, training and certification requirements for their position
Ensuring a safe living environment by knowing emergency plans, fire escape routes, and safely store medications
Manage all expense reports in an organized manner
Comprehensive orientation and training is provided.
Schedule: Sun 7am-3pm; Mon-Thurs 10am-6pm (40 hours)
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Demonstrated ability to organize, delegate to, and motivate others, as well as to promote cohesiveness in a team required
Excellent written and verbal communication skills (in the English language) required
Basic computer fluency, including Microsoft Office, required
Valid driver s license and regular access to a reliable vehicle required
High School Diploma required; Bachelor s degree preferred.
Demonstrated ability to work with individuals with developmental disabilities required
Three years related experience including at least and one year in residential services required