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Program Director - Day Habilitation


Job ID 2018-3714
Job Location Wrentham, Massachusetts, United States
Category Leadership/Management
Starting Salary USD $22.83/Hr.
Type Regular Full-Time
Responsibilities
  1. Develop a collection procedure for ROM data. Analyze and report results.
  2. Participate in the development and review of the program's business plan to ensure effectiveness, efficiency and progress.
  3. Develop systems for program monitoring, data collection, reporting and other methods to be followed by staff.
  4. Train staff in the ISP process, reporting requirements, development of objectives and implementation of strategies.
  5. Train staff in the basics of Integrated Supported Routines and monitor the implementation.
  6. Develop Individualized Service Plans with staff teams and individuals served identifying skills and goals to work toward as well as incorporating skills that will be addressed in the community.
  7. Obtain any resources needed to support skill and goal achievement in the program and in the community.
  8. Maximize the development of community-based programming and volunteer activities.
  9. Create opportunities for growth; the development and practice of individual skills.
  10. Educate individuals served about their rights and advocate on their behalf when needed.
  11. Assist in daily programming by providing group coverage, crisis intervention, and other related tasks as needed and assigned by the Program Director.
  12. Follow all record keeping procedures.
  13. Adhere to professional standards regarding confidentiality.
  14. Advocate for individuals served as needed.
  15. Be responsible for the safety, and security, if all individuals served.
  16. Supervise and evaluate Developmental Specialists regularly.
  17. Represent the Program and Alternatives in a professional manner at various provider/funder/family and public meetings and agency committees.
  18. Represent the Program on the agency Record Committee and other committees as assigned.
  19. Attend ISP's and other meetings required.
  20. Attend and contribute to weekly staff and supervision meetings.
  21. Attend and document all meetings with professional staff.
  22. Attend and document all interdisciplinary staff meetings.
  23. Attend and participate in trainings as needed or assigned.
  24. Foster cooperative relationships and agency values among all staff, people we served, their sponsors and families.
  25. Support all agency and program policies and procedures.
  26. Willing to be certified in First Aid, CPR, SOLVE, Fire Safety and Human Rights.
  27. Willing to transport individuals served in community.
  28. Ensure physical plant maintenance, included by not limited to health & safety and cleanliness of the program.
  29. Perform other related tasks as assigned.

Qualifications
BA in MH/MR related field. Minimum of 5 years' experience working with people with developmental disabilities and clinical experience.
Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience required. Valid driver's license. Physical stamina and lifting of individuals is required.

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