Ensures health and safety of residents through the development, implementation and enforcement of standards, guidelines, and services for the residential facility including lines of responsibility, workloads, and staff supervision.
Supervises the service coordination of designated residents including, but not limited to, intake process; including all associated meetings, contacts, and training sessions. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with residents, residents' family members, conservators and referral agencies.
Oversees quality assurance of residential care program inclusive of all applicable licensing, agency and other regulatory requirements.
Recruits, recommends for hire, oversees training and evaluation of designated staff.
Develops and monitors budget to ensure fiscal responsibility is met.
Monitors the completion of all required resident documentation and data.
Evaluates staff training needs and establishes training schedules relevant to residential services.
Ensures the proper completion of all required personnel and staff documentation and reports.
May be required to transport residents.
May be assigned other assignments that may need the Administrator's expertise, knowledge or ability.
Bachelor of Arts/Science, four (4) year degree from an approved college or university with a major in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work or Special Education and 2-3 years of experience in a supervisory role for a human services program or two to three (2-3) years supervisory experience as a Supervisor or Administrator/Manager position; and a minimum of five (5) years of experience working with developmentally disabled individuals with severe/intensive behavior issues.
RA for adult specialized homes in a level 4I or CPP for 2 years or more
Possession of Administrator Certificate issued by State of California, Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing or ability to obtain certification.
Completion of continuing education hours (CEUs) as required by Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing to maintain valid administrator certificate inclusive of HIV/AIDS and TB training.
Successful completion of the Regional Center Residential Services Orientation.
Completion of DSP I & II
Ability to communicate effectively through oral and written skills with all levels of staff and the general public.
Ability to consistently demonstrate good judgment and decision-making skills.
Ability to exercise discretion and confidentiality pertaining to the work environment.
Ability to properly interpret, implement and ensure compliance with policies, procedures, and regulations including Title 22.
Knowledge of service delivery systems.
Ability to provide assistance with personal care to residents, including ability to transfer an individual who has no weight-bearing skills. Ability to push/pull wheelchair on a variety of terrain.
Ability to lift up to 70 pounds repetitively. Ability to walk, stoop, stand, kneel.
Ability to obtain fingerprint/abuse index clearance; completion of the Criminal Record Statement (LIC 508).
Ability to pass post-offer medical examination and test for tuberculosis.
Valid CPR and First Aid Certifications.
Ability to travel locally. Reliable transportation, proof of valid California driver's license, clean driving record, proper auto insurance, and vehicle registration. Appropriate vehicle for transportation of program participants if program requires.
Community Placement Plan-providing a written plan that would aid in a person moving out of a facility/institution and in to a Residential program