• Residence Manager / Supervisor

    Job Locations US-NY-Rochester
    Posted Date 3 days ago(1/18/2019 3:09 PM)
    Category
    Residential Care Mental Health
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    FLSA Status
    Non-Exempt
    Shift
    Days
    Department
    Residential
    Corporation Name
    DePaul Community Services (DCS)
  • Overview

    The Residence Manager/Supervisor is responsible for the overall operation of the community residence, including the resident care, supervision of staff, and monitoring of physical plant.

     

    West Main TAP

    Responsibilities

    DIRECT SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES:

     

    1. Respects and maintains resident’s rights and confidentiality and demonstrates a positive, caring attitude toward all residents, staff, guests and service providers.
    2. Provide teaching, monitoring and recovery oriented supports in accordance with OMH 593 and 595 including the following rehabilitative services; Assertiveness/Self-Advocacy Training, Community Integration/Resource Development, Daily Living Skills, Health Services, Medication Management Training, Parenting Training, Rehabilitative Counseling, Skill Development, Socialization, Substance Abuse Services and Symptom management.
    3. Ensure that each resident receives comprehensive planning in a person centered approach for; admission (including the completion of admission notes), ongoing recovery oriented services and discharge.  Ensure that each plan is complete and up-to-date in accordance with standards of practice and the New York State Office of Mental Health.
    4. Observe, monitor, and document resident behaviors as well as their progress in accordance with agency standards.
    5. Ensure that adequate scheduled recreational activities are provided with staff support.
    6. Ensure that supervision and documentation of resident medications are in accordance with agency policies.
    7. Assist with the coordination of services provided by outside agencies and professional for the overall continuity of care.
    8. Coordinate and oversee safe transporting of residents when needed.
    9. Perform any other duties necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the community residence and/or Treatment Apartment Program.

     

    ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

     

    1. Assign, train, supervise, and evaluate the daily activities of staff and volunteers, and schedule their hours to maintain appropriate and sufficient coverage.
    2. Ensure that all required documentation is completed in accordance with standards set forth by OMH and the agency.
    3. Conduct and document monthly staff meetings and ensure staff attend mandatory in-service training.
    4. Oversee and review all financial transactions within the residence, including staff payroll, site expenditures and petty cash (including recreation activities).
    5. Supervise the ordering of food to maintain adequate supplies and meet nutritional standards within budget constraints.
    6. Supervise the maintenance of the building and coordinate fire safety procedures.
    7. Maintain a positive relationship with the community, outside service providers and family members in an effort to foster community involvement and participation.
    8. Interview and make hiring recommendations to supervisor.
    9. Attend manager meetings and trainings as required by the agency and the residential team for each resident.
    10. Give relevant input and / or participate in treatment team meetings, staff meetings, continued stay reviews and any other meetings.
    11. Coordinate and assume on call responsibilities for the program

    Qualifications

    Education & Experience:  Preferably a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services and at least one-year related supervisory experience; or a combination of education and experience, which meets QMHS status as defined by the Office of Mental Health (OMH).

     

    Other: Driving record that meets agency’s “clean driving record policy”.

     

    PM18

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