at Resources For Human Development, Inc. in Newark, Delaware, United States
Description/Job Summary The Site Supervisor is directly responsible for ensuring the creation of a safe and healthy environment that fosters communication, a sense of well-being, empowerment and support to the consumers supported by the program. The Site Supervisor isresponsible for overall management of the site/work group they supervise and all staff working in the site/group(s). The Site Supervisor will provide direct supervision of the Lead Staff and Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) in the sites they supervise. The Site Supervisor will act as a role model for employees regarding the expectations of how the job duties should be performed,the attitude to maintain while at work and appropriate interactions with consumers and other professionals. A commitment to the RHD values should be demonstrated as job duties are performed. Responsibilities/Duties * Provide front line supervision of all site staff. Meet regularly with and provide supervision to each site employee to provide skill training and mentoring that supports staff development and document and address any identified needs for improvement. * Manage site scheduling including all callouts,no-shows and time-off requests to provide coverage as needed. * Participate in and attend all planning and team meetings for each consumer. * Respond appropriately to crisis situations bynotifying the appropriate persons, completing/submitting incident reports. * Report any medical concerns to the unit leadership and/or agency nurse immediately. * Develop and coordinate the planning of monthly consumer activities and ensure their implementation, providing required funds. * Manage, monitor, and reconcile all site and consumer-related expenditures. * Oversee the maintenance, upkeep and safety of thephysical site and site vehicles, reporting needed repairs, upkeep and conditions to the Unit Director. * Monitor and ensure the timely completion of all site documentation (logs, medications, inventories, incident reports,assessments, progress van logs etc.) and communicate issues and/or problems directly to Program Director. Required Experience * Minimum 5 years’ experience working with adults with IDD/Behavioral Mental Health Diagnosis Required Education * High School Diploma Required Qualifications * Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of the appropriate regulations, RHD values and program policies and procedures. * Basic computer and internet literacy with the ability to utilize applications like emails, time recording and other programs to enter and retrieve data as necessary to perform the essential functions of the job. * Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license. Program Summary Choices provides a wide range of residential options, non-traditional day programming, consultative nursing, and behavioral services and other support services to support individuals with developmental and other disabilities achieve their personal goals by expanding their horizons and opportunities in the community. Our program goals and implementation strategies of delivering quality services are based on Person-Centered Planning, safe community inclusion and participation, improving lifeskills, self-independence, and sufficiency. Mainstay Delaware provides quality residential services, non-traditional day programming, consultative nursing and behavioral services and other support services to support individuals with developmental and other disabilities achieve their personal goals by expanding their horizons and opportunities in the community. Our program goals and implementation strategies of delivering quality services are based on Person-Centered Planning, safe community inclusion and participation, improving lifeskills, self-independence, and sufficiency for persons receiving services. Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.