· To manage and supervise the operations and staff, at multiple assigned service sites, where Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) (for adults with cognitive impairment, mental health diagnoses and/or behavior issues) are delivered.
· To design and ensure the implementation of services/supports to facilitate participants’ skill development and growth to achieve assigned outcomes stated in the participants’ Individual Support Plans (ISP).
· To achieve and maintain compliance with applicable licensing standards; Provider Qualifications; ISPs; agency policies and to prepare/submit Plans of Correction (POC) for citations.
· To operate assigned service sites, including staff salaries, within established budgets.
· Build and maintain a high level of satisfaction by participants, families, staff and funding/licensing entities.
· Receives general supervision from Regional Director
· Supervises and ensures training of Managers, Direct Service Supervisors and Direct Support Professionals
· Bachelors degree, Master’s Degree preferred, in Human services, social sciences or health care or a related field and 3 - 5 years experience in I/DD field; at least 3-5 years prior supervisory experience or any combination of experience, education, and training that would provide the level of knowledge, skill and ability required and meet applicable funding source requirements.
· Experienced in maintaining compliance with regulatory licensing and payer requirements
· Skilled in budget preparation and fiscal management
· Required to be a Medication Administration Trainer
· Very good communication and organizational skills.
· Ability to work independently and as part of a team with all levels of staff.
· PC proficiencies (MS Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.)
· Frequent talking and listening.
· Requires the ability to lift, carry, fold, kneel, reach, stack, stoop and bend which may include direct intervention with participants.
· Must be available for local travel to service sites, outside agencies and educational venues; must possess and maintain valid drivers’ license.
· Possess manual dexterity and fine motor skills.
· May require crisis intervention in emergency situations.
· Varied work hours which may include occasional weekend presence, during emergencies and inclement weather.
· On-call phone coverage during emergent situations.
· 24 hour on-call pager coverage as assigned or needed.
· May be required to attend training to become a certified agency investigator. May conduct investigations and participate in the agency rotation of on-call investigators.
Horizon House offers competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit package including: medical & dental, (9) nine paid holidays, generous paid time off, tuition reimbursement, retirement savings plan, voluntary tax sheltered annuity, transit benefit program, opportunities for advancement and more.
To be considered an applicant, please you can apply at www.hhinc.org and click on the careers tab.
Horizon House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer • M/F/Veteran/ Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity