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Program Manager - Group Home

Location:Eugene/Springfield, OR
Salary Range:$31,200 starting salary
Exempt/Non-Exempt:Exempt
Benefits:Excellent Benefit package inludes health, dental, holidays, vacation etc.
Employment Type:Full Time
Description:Has “bottom-line” responsibility for managing all phases of a group home serving adults who have developmental disabilities in accordance with all applicable OAR’s, agency policies, practices and procedures. Manages the home in a manner and environment that promotes OSLP’s Six Primary Values by providing the people we serve with optimum health and safety, integration in the community, meaningful activity, personal relationships, personal choice, and dignity. Adheres to agency policies and has an awareness of protecting the agency and the people we serve against loss. Develops, implements, and ensures compliance with Individual Support Plans, Behavior Support Plans, Medical Support Plans, and protocols. Schedule, train, supervise, evaluate and provide leadership to full/part-time staff. Function as liaison between administration and home staff.

• Reports to: Program Director, or person in charge

• Takes direction from: program management, health professionals, and consultants.

Duties:• Must be able to develop and maintain positive and cooperative team oriented relations with co-workers, supervisors, and those we serve. Assist in training new staff as required.

•Provide leadership, oversee, and ensure the quality of services provided in the following areas:
Medications / treatments Home maintenance / safety
Physician visits / orders Vehicle safety/ maintenance
Medical and other equipment Transportation coordination
Direct care Recreation / leisure activities
Banking Nutrition

•Crisis response and intervention Staff training and education

•Develop, implement, evaluate, and follow Individual Support Plans, Behavior Support Plans, Medical Support Plans, and protocols. Ensure that staff is trained and follows plans consistently as written.

•Communicate, cooperate, and participate professionally with management, team members, health professionals, consultants, parents, guardians, neighbors, and other interested parties.

•Carry and in a timely manner respond to the site pager 5 days per week. Train Assistant Manager to be able to assume all management duties if needed.

•Ensure the completion of documentation and data collection in a professional and timely manner. Ensure proper handling and documentation of residents’ personal funds and bank accounts.

•Ensure that medications are ordered, dispensed, and documented accurately and treatments are administered and documented as prescribed.

•Work safely and efficiently in performing job functions and ensure that staff adheres to safety rules.

•Attend and participate in weekly manager’s meetings. Provide and lead regular house staff meetings. Provide written reports and documentation as required.

•Maintain a clean, healthy, and attractive home and yard by delegating tasks as needed. Reports maintenance needs promptly.

•Ensure that nutritious meals and snacks are prepared and served according to the dietary needs and preferences of those we serve.

•Punctually observe scheduled work and/or training hours using unscheduled absences only when necessary for illness or emergency.

•Maintain resident, employee, program, and management confidentiality as required.

•Ensure that staff members punctually observe scheduled work hours, maintain accurate time records, and maintain required trainings in an up-to-date status.

•Provides counseling, coaching, and/or corrective discipline as appropriate to maintain order, compliance, and high standards of performance from direct care staff.

•Work direct care shifts when necessary.

•Promptly and pleasantly perform other tasks as assigned by supervisor or designee.

APPLY ONLINE at www.oslp.org
Qualifications:Education and Experience that enable you to perform the functions and responsibilities described in the job description.

Experience working with developmental disabilities preferred.

Must have a valid Oregon Driver's license with a clean driving record - or be able to obtain one

Must be 18 years or older

Must be able to communicate fluently in English, both orally and in writing.

This Job will require some "hands-on" direct care by the program manager. Must be willing to learn all aspects of duties needed to support residents.

Starting rate of pay $15/hour.
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