- CHAI Services - Residential Programs
- Newton, MA, USA
- Full Time
The Residential Manager is responsible for management of a Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDS) funded group home for adults with intellectual disabilities. The Residential Manager works in the home to promote residents' health and safety, community integration, and person-centered support to pursue individual goals and be as independent as possible. This role works collaboratively with program staff, families, day programs, and DDS. This is a great role for someone who enjoys interacting with others; the Residential Manager is responsible for setting a friendly and welcoming tone for all.
- $57,000/yr salary
- $200/wk stipend for on-call rotation weeks
- Full-time, weekdays
- On-site work at the group home location in Newton
- Paid time off includes ample sick time and 22 days of vacation, in addition to national and some Jewish holidays
- Immediate eligibility for medical insurance, dental, vision, retirement plan; no waiting period
Responsibilities of the Residential Manager
- Supervise and train staff team including: onboarding program and resident specific trainings, monthly 1:1 supervisions, monthly staff meetings, evaluations, and as needed trainings
- Manage staff scheduling, call-outs, and relief coverage
- Coordinate all program day-to-day operations including administrative, facility, financial, and regulatory requirements
- Coordinate all client care including medical management, skill development, and social/recreational activities
- Complete paperwork to meet DDS regulations regarding service planning, as well as medical and financial management
Requirements of the Residential Manager
- At least one year experience working with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities, preferably in a residential setting
- Bachelor's degree in related field or at least five years' experience
- Supervisory experience, preferred
- Ability to be flexible in schedule
- Ability to make safe, consistent, and effective clinical decisions in crisis and non-crisis situations
- Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision, as well as part of a team.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including oral and written communication and conflict resolution skills
- Ability to plan, organize, and evaluate residents' goals/activities, operations, and staffing patterns
- Ability to pass First Aid/CPR/MAP trainings within 90 days
- A valid driver's license and a reliable, insured vehicle (mileage is reimbursed)
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word and Outlook
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