Residential Program Manager (Adolescent) (D.1 Monmouth)
- Responsible for the overall behavior and medication management for each individual served.
- Develop, implemet and assess ISP's, behavior support plans and innovative training programs.
- Follow Emergency behavior procedures appropriately.
- Coordinate services provided by day programs, consultants, and outside agencies and ensure the protection of rights, health, and safety of individuals served.
- Maintain and monitor individual's financial accounts in accordance with the record keeping standards established by the company.
- Maintain individual's files, personal property, medical, financial, and ISP program records in accordance with requirements of licensing agency and company standards.
- Monitor petty cash expenditures and submit receipts for reimbursements.
- Montior program expenses and ensure budgets are maintained to company standards.
- Participate in the hiring, supervision, and evaluation of residential staff.
- Ensure employees receive pre-service and annual training per company guidelines and as required by licensing agency.
- Provide additional staff training in behaviro support programs, medication administration and household management as needed.
- Assist in the supervision and evaluation of staff and participate in the discipline process as needed.
- Oversee staff scheduling and submission of employee time records per company guidelines.
- Ensure that health and safety checklist are conducted monthly and that the agency vehicles are being maintained and mileage is being properly recorded.
- Experience in a general repair and maintenance in a residential environment including working with sheetrock, electrical and plumbing maintenance.
- Basic repair skills.
- Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Must have excellent organizational skills and ability to follow through on assigned tasks.
- Ability to establish and maintain a professional working relationship with management, administrative staff, employees, residents, and the general public.
- Ability to work as a team player.
- Must have a valid Oregon driver's license or provide Motor Vehicle Record report from state issuing license and have an acceptable 3-year driving record.
- Must pass DHS Background Check.
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Work Unlimited HR Department
515 SW Western Blvd.
Corvallis, OR 97333
Fax: (541) 757-2552