St. Joseph’s Center: Resident Manager

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St. Joseph's Center
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Resident Manager Job Description

The primary function of this position is to manage a shift across 6 community homes, develop schedules for their assigned homes/shift, and assist with monitoring all of the documentation required within the program.

Duties and Responsibilities Include but are not limited to:

1. Supervises the activities of the Direct Support Professionals.
2. Assists Program Specialists in orientation of new employees and ongomg staff development.
3. Assures that adequate staff ratios are in place by completing shit1: schedules in assigned homes, cross training employees, and assist in the management of employee absences. Will provide coverage for a 2 hour break should an employee be mandated.
4. Will participate in the Medication Training process by becoming a Medication Administration Trainer, managing the medication systems within the homes by monitoring cycle drugs, medication expiration dates, documentation errors on med logs and completing medication practicums/observations with staff.
5. Assists in the development of program plans and be an active member of the interdisciplinary team.
6. Ensures that a safe environment is provided and maintain program materials and equipment and notifies Program Specialist of any needs in this area.
7. Manage and support the processes required for implementation of all medical appointments of the clients.
8. Completes Supervisor Responsibilities, as assigned by shift, as required.
9. Will act as a Point Person for all Reportable Incidents, and utilize web-based incident management reporting systems.
10. Participates in in··scrvicc training as required by ODP QA&I Process and Regulations and allend staff meetings.
Competencies:
• Good written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Knowledge of Basic Microsott Office
• Knowledgeable or capable of learning the professional standards and regulations, which pertain to the CLA Program.
• Ability to maintain emotional stability under emergency situations.
• Ability to make quality decisions concerning the individual’s welfare.
• Must be able to work as a team member. Cooperate with all shifts and communicate and coordinate with other Residential Managers.
• Maintains ODP Medication Administration Certification
• Maintains NADS Supervisory Training
Education and/or Experience:
• High School Diploma or GED
• Minimum 3 year experience working with individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
• Worked as a DSP/CNA/Equivalent for a minimum of I year
• Valid PA Driver’s License and personal vehicle
• Supervisory experience preferred
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