Developmental Disabilities Institute Assistant Residential Manager in Nesconset, New York
Responsible for daily supervision of staff activities; evaluation and administration of disciplinary action.
Knowledge of Emergency Procedures and accurate implementation of procedures in handling crisis situations as they arise.
AMAP Certification - Obtain within the first 90 days in position and keep current.
Train and supervise new staff to work with individual(s) served, and ensure active treatment for the shift you supervise.
Assist Program Manager with solving staff issues, disputes, and completing required paperwork.
Instruction and documentation of formal goals and protocols in accordance with the CFA/ISP.
Implementation of Behavior Plans and all other components of the annual plan.
Evaluate (monthly) progress as related to short term objectives and formulation of new objectives based on level attained.
Accompany individuals on medical appointments.
Completion of incident reports and (SCIP-R reports).
Participate in the development and revisions of formal goals, protocols, and Behavior Plans.
Participate in Interdisciplinary Team Meetings; attend staff meetings and annual recertification trainings.
Team Player: Works well as a member of a group
Leader: Inspires teammates to follow them