The Center for Family Support Residence Manager in New York, New York
Job Title: Residence Manager Reports to: Assistant Director, Residential FLSA/Status: Non-Exempt/FT Location: New York Department: Residential
Position Summary: The Residence Manager will oversee the daily operation of the assigned residence; including providing direct supervision of Direct Support Professionals (DSPs); ensuring individuals receive quality supports; managing budget & overseeing & managing the day-to-day operations/systems critical to the smooth running of the program.
Key Responsibilities: - Responsible for coordinating, implementing & evaluating individual program plans & maintaining records in compliance with OPWDD & state/federal regulations. - Hire, train and supervise DSPs in completion of job responsibilities. - Responsible for the orientation & evaluation of residential staff. (i.e., progressive discipline & staff development) as well as securing records confidentially. - Responsible for the implementation of all policies, procedures & programs of the facility & CFS in accordance with OPWDD regulations & guidelines. - Attend, participate & monitor/review all team meetings, including Interdisciplinary, Individual Service Plan & clinical meetings. - Attend & participate in agency standing committee meetings, training & assigned activities outside of the residence. - Ensure timely submission of required paperwork including payroll, Res Hab, Incident Reports/Investigations, etc. (Use Manager's Weekly Report to ensure systems are monitored) - Ensure residence physical plant is maintained and meets regulatory requirements. - Must complete and ensure that all staff complete mandatory training (i.e., SCIP, AMAP, CPR/First Aid, Corporate Compliance, Choking Prevention, etc.) in a timely manner. - Model & perform all aspects of individuals' program plans & ensures staff understands & implements each individual's plan as written using a Person Centered approach. - Able to be on call to respond & address emergencies, including incidents, safety hazards & staffing issues. - Facilitate communications with the day programs & related work sites to enhance comprehensive case management. - Review documents on Therap, including checklists, t-logs & medical information daily & addresses problems as they arise. - Conduct record reviews in order to ensure compliance & identify potential problems to be resolved. - Communicate information to relevant parties, including the Assistant Director, Director, MSC, BIS, etc. - Develop & maintain relationships w/family members/advocates of the individuals & addresses concerns as they arise. - Work schedule & location are subject to change based on the needs of the department. - Other related duties assigned by your supervisor.
Education/Experience Requirements: - HS Diploma or GED - Bachelor's degree in Health and Human Services or related field. T - 3-5 years of exp. in the field of Developmental Disabilities with, at least, one yea of exp. in program supervision. - If you are interested in working for an agency that cares about its employees & working w/employees who are dedicated & committed to our mission, please submit your Resume & cover letter for consideration.
Work Environment & Physical Requirements: The physical demands & work environ. characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. - Regularly required to speak clearly & hear the spoken word well. - Regularly required to utilize near vision ability to read data & documents, including spreadsheets & reports, in printed form & on computer screens. - Regularly required to provide physical care for clients & individuals, which may include, but is not limited to bathing, feeding, changing clothes or diapers & pushing wheelchairs.
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