Residential Program Manager - Beverly

  • Position Residential Program Manager - Beverly
    Program Residential
    Location Merrimack Valley:
    North Shore: Beverly
    Schedule Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Responsibilities Job Summary: • Directly supports four adult women who are moderate functioning, intellectually & developmentally disabled with: mobility limitations, behavioral needs and intensive medical supports, as well as dietary needs, and ADL support • Provides staff direction, supervision, and training/development, as well as working directly to support the individuals served • Responsible for ensuring the individual’s safety inside the group home and out in the community • Performs scheduling, time reporting, fiscal management, coordination of doctor's appointment and community activities, family member interaction, record keeping and team meeting facilitation, along with monthly staff meetings • Will work a full time schedule from 9:00am – 5:00pm on a Monday - Friday basis, must carry cell phone with 24x7 on call responsibility
    Education/Experience Requirements Qualifications • Prior residential DDS/DMH program management experience, including prior direct support staff supervision in the areas of scheduling, interviewing/selection, training and development, and addressing workplace employees relations issues • Proven ability to work effectively with family members • Strong communication/interpersonal and leadership skills • Experience working with behavior plans for individuals with challenging behaviors is a must • Must be a strong advocate to promote and provide community activity supports • Knowledge of First Aid, CPR, MAP, and ability to become PAC certified upon hire • Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Word and Outlook/Google
    Essential Skills •Ensure the safety, well-being and human rights of the individual(s) supported •Relate successfully, provide care and further the skills development of the individual’s supported •Engage positively with individuals, their families/guardians, other staff and providers •Good listening/observation skills, able to display patience and derives sense of satisfaction helping others •Verbally communicate in a polite, courteous and professional manner at all times •Read, write, speak and comprehend work assignment in English •Solid math skills •Dependable, team oriented and committed to providing highest level of quality care to the individuals supported
    Physical Demands •Must have the physical ability to stand frequently during the day, engage in repeated stooping or bending at the waist •Ability to go up and down stairs several times during the shift •Must be able to safely support, pivot, physically move or assist a person weighing up to 100+ lbs., during daily living activities, with or without assistance •Must be able to physically ensure the safety of all individuals in the program by participating in established behavioral interventions, as required •Ability to drive 4-6 passenger van for transportation of individuals to day programs, community activities and other engagements, as required
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