Senior Residential Supervisor
Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field; four years of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, plus two years of supervisory experience in a residential setting; or equivalent combination of training and experience. Must meet Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP) requirements. Case management experience and knowledge in autism preferred. The following is also required: Excellent oral and written communication skills to include the ability to interact with a diverse population. Comfortable with working in a constantly changing environment. Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Ability to supervise professional and para-professional staff both internal and external. Dynamic interpersonal skills to include the ability to maintain relationships with internal and external individuals. Strong computer skills. Ability to effectively deal with conflict. Strong organizational and time management skills. Ability to manage multiple priorities. Implementing, writing, developing, and reviewing person centered plans. Experience in overseeing programs. Current valid driver’s license and good driving record required. Based on the Virginia DMV point system, record must not reflect a total of six or more demerit points within the twenty-four months preceding the anticipated hire date, or one major violation of six demerit points within the preceding thirty-six months. Out of state driving records must be obtained by applicant and presented at time of interview. Records must reflect at least three years of history and be dated within thirty days of interview date. Pre-employment drug testing, FBI criminal background check and education/degree verification required.
You will oversee programs that support and teach over 14 adults with intellectual disabilities, autism, some with co-occurring mental illness and/or physical disabilities. You will provide supervision, training and direction to Residential Supervisors, Counselors, Direct Support Professional staff. You will be responsible for completing program schedules and ensuring proper staffing, writing, developing, and reviewing person centered treatment plans and reviews. You will be responsible for maximizing Medicaid Waiver dollars and maintaining Medicaid billing. You will document in an electronic health record and ensure documentation reflects all supports and teaching provided according to the individual service plan. You will oversee and monitor budgets for two residential programs, manage petty cash and ensure compliance with consumer funds. You will be responsible for operating programs that implements and supports community integration and inclusion, opportunities for developing meaningful relationships, natural supports, meal and menu preparation, cleaning and organizing apartments, implementing positive behavior supports and general medical care. You will provide on-call supports for all residential services on a rotating basis. Perform other work as required. An Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Hiring a Diverse and Bilingual Workforce.
40 hours/week; hours vary based on location; nights and weekends may be required