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Site Supervisor- RBSCL Home

Company Name:
Child Serve
# Position Summary
The Site Supervisor is responsible for day to day
supervision and 24 hour operation an RBSCL Home.
# Experience Requirements
BA/BS degree in a human service related field.
Three years' experience working in ID/DD field. Must meet
QIDP qualifications. One year of supervisory experience required.
Other Requirements:
a. Valid driver license and minimum vehicle insurance.
b. Med Manager or CMA certification; or must obtain one of these certifications within the first 6 months of being in this position.
# Additional Information
CHILD_SERVE_ RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Promotes and role models the brand, vision, mission, and values.
2. Promotes and role models leadership and partnership in all dealings with staff.
3. Participates on organizational councils, program councils, and task forces as deemed appropriate for advancing organizational outcomes in Care, Staff and/or Business systems.
4. Assures compliance with organizational policies and procedures along with external rules and regulations for area of responsibility.
5. Maintains the highest standards of professional conduct in relation to information that is confidential in nature.
6. Responsible for promoting the satisfaction of direct reports and departmental staff.
ESSENTIAL POSITION EXPECTATIONS:
A. Care Management:
1. Serves as the consumer''s primary staff advocate.
2. Coordinates care management for the consumers served.
3. Partners with the consumer''s family to the level the family is comfortable with in order to plan the consumer''s care.
4. Ensures that each consumer''s strengths, needs, and priorities, established by the Interdisciplinary Team, are integrated into each consumer''s Care Plan.
5. Coordinates assessments, staffings, and individual program review.
6. Monitors consumer''s services to ensure that they are integrated and coordinated between professional services.
7. Completes monthly reviews to ensure proper program implementation and documentation.
8. Oversees staff development on the Care Plan process.
9. Consults with therapists and other organizational resources to ensure adequate training is provided to staff to support the individual needs of each consumer.
B. Care Plan Reviews:
1. Facilitates Care Plan meetings. Utilizes the Care Plan staffing forum to gather information, share ideas, determine program direction, and partner with families.
2. Serves as a liaison to IFMC for consumers to ensure certification and to relay appropriate admission and discharge information.
3. Works closely with the HCBS Department to ensure program compliance to Federal and State Regulations governing the functioning of SCL/Residential Care.
4. Ensures that timely modifications of unsuccessful programs are made.
5. Ensures programs are developed for all identified priority needs.
6. Ensures staff training on programs is conducted. Provides training on programs as needed. Ensures programs are being run as written.
7. Ensures that programs and procedure monitoring functions are completed appropriately.
8. Acts as liaison to educational services for consumers.
9. Completes statistical reports as required.
C. Staff & Business Management:
1. Selects and trains staff as appropriate.
2. Supervises and evaluates staff.
3. Ensures minimum staff to consumer ratio.
4. Ensures the provision of regular home meetings to include staff and consumers.
5. Ensures adequate training and development for staff. Ensures that staff attend mandatory training offerings and achieve minimum annual training requirements.
6. Monitors home operational budget. Works collaboratively with the SCL/Residential Care Service Manager and/or the Program Director on budgetary issues.
7. Ensures the home''s physical facilities are kept clean and well maintained.
8. Ensures that all necessary supplies, i.e. food, medical, and cleaning supplies, are maintained in the home and available to consumers and staff.
9. Ensures the documentation and submission of the census and other documentation requirements.
10. Provides on-call support as assigned.
D. Other Duties:
1. Works collaboratively with the Child_Serve_ Staff office on recruitment and retention efforts as well as other human resources need.
2. Works collaboratively with the Child_Serve_ Care office on the care delivery model and other care services.
3. Works collaboratively with the Child_Serve_ Business office on company business needs including budgetary implications.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
1. Effective organizational skills.
2. Effective critical thinking skills with the ability to effectively prioritize multiple demands.
3. Internally motivated with established and effective independent work habits.
4. Able to exercise confidentiality regarding the affairs of children, staff, families, and Child_Serve_business.
5. Able to effectively manage risk by identifying risks to the team and/or service and then implement processes to manage those risks.
6. Able to effectively collaborate across services and within departments to achieve vision and mission.
7. Demonstrates effective written and verbal communication; has command of the English language in written and verbal forms.
8. Demonstrates effective business acumen through sound business practices and operating within budget.
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS:
1. Must be able to pass a physical examination at commencement of employment and thereafter as required
2. This position requires the ability to multi-task and effectively use standard office equipment including telephone, computer, copy machine, and fax.
3. This position often requires long periods of sitting at a desk or table for task completion.
4. Be able to withstand exposure to the usual childhood diseases and conditions associated with children with special health care needs.
5. Be able to lift, transfer and position a minimum of 50 pounds independently (may include up and down stairs)
6. Be able to interact with residents, including but not limited to: being on eye level, kneeling, crawling, running/walking swiftly (at a brisk pace for 10 mins); be able to get to feet from a seated position or from the floor quickly.
7. Ability to solve complex problems in situations with inflexible parameters.
8. Ability to maintain high levels of visual attention and mental concentration for extended periods of time.
9. Ability to make decisions using good judgment and common sense.
10. Ability to perform duties in compliance with policies, procedures and regulations.
QUALIFICATIONS:
1. _Education_: Four year degree in human services or related.
2. _Experience_: Minimum of 3 years experience working in the MR/DD field. Must meet QIDP qualifications. 3 years of supervisory experience required.
3. _Other Requirements:_
1. Valid driver license and minimum vehicle insurance.
2. Med Manager or CMA certification; or must obtain one of these certifications within the first 6 months of being in this position.
Location: Johnston/Des Moines
Shift / Hours: Varied
Employment Status: Full time
Education Requirements: BA/BS
Job Code: 2462
# of openings: 1

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