compensation: $13.50-$15.50 DOE employment type: full-time
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A 24-hour residential group home agency, providing residential services to adults with developmental disabilities in the Eugene area.
Our model is based on mentoring and advocating while providing 24 hour support. Clients are given the independence to grow and explore their wants and needs, while maintaining a healthy, safe and structured lifestyle. Brightside Living provides continuity of care for all residents by listening and learning from them to create a more fulfilling future.
*We have 4 group homes located in Eugene, Oregon. Homes are licensed for up to 3 individuals, staff will work with no more than 3 residents at one time.
* Hiring TWO (2) Assistant Managers
*The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for assisting the Program Manager in the direct and overall management and operation of the program, to ensure that the quality of life is in keeping with Brightside Living's philosophy, values, policies and procedures. They are responsible for providing leadership and structure which supports staff in providing appropriate care for persons with developmental disabilities, to guide and assist them in their development, and to effectively manage the normal activities associated with home and community life.
The Assistant Program Manager's immediate supervisor is the Program Manager of Brightside Living. The Assistant Program Manager is the second link in the chain of command for staff and resident concerns, problems and grievances.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
¥ Schedule and attend all individuals' medical, dental, psychiatric and any other necessary appointments.
¥ Complete documentation of appointment and distribute as appropriate to other providers (County, day programs, and family/guardians).
¥ Monitor scheduling of staff across the program to ensure economy and program coverage.
¥ Audit individual financial records on a regular basis.
¥ Complete monthly business financial reports (petty cash, activities, groceries, gas).
¥ Assist with the supervision of staff and attend all staff meetings as deemed necessary by the Program Manager.
¥ Maintain current medication treatment charts (MAR)
¥ Ensure accuracy of medications following Medication Administration Program procedures.
¥ Maintain current Doctor's orders.
¥ Ensure Med Reviews are completed on a timely manner.
¥ Assist individuals in Self-Advocacy, decision-making and empowerment.
¥ Assist Program Manager in any necessary training to staff
¥ Assist Program Manager and/or Program Directors in interviewing, hiring, and terminating staff as needed.
¥ Assist in ensuring all staff are oriented with program/agency rules, regulations and requirements
¥ Ensure that client health and safety is maintained.
¥ Perform the duties of Manager in his/her absence.
¥ Provide (as necessary) active involvement in all daily group and individual areas including but not limited to: community integration, training, hygiene, leisure, communication, mobility, behavior, personal care, feeding/food prep, medication, supervision of transportation, coordination of schedules and supervision for client activities.
¥ Promote a safe, clean and orderly environment and report unsafe conditions immediately. Demonstrate appropriate behavior management techniques; ensure ISP's, protocols, safety plans are being followed. Immediately report to Program Manager, Doctor, ect of any medical concerns or injuries.
¥ Assist with the planning, coordinating, training, motivating, monitoring and evaluating performance of employees.
¥ Assist with the completing and review, all evaluation/assessment reports, progress reports, case notes, incident reports, contacts, reviews, attendance and other supporting documentation, in a timely and accurate manner. Ensure all programs and documentation are in compliance with any and all regulatory agencies.
¥ Must be able to work flexible hours to meet individual's and program's needs.
¥ Must have a valid driver's license, good driving record, and access to a reliable vehicle to attend trainings, meetings, and/or transport individual to appointments.
¥ Must be able to travel to trainings/meetings upon request of Program Manager and/or Program Director.
¥ Must be able to drive passenger vans and accompany individuals into the community and provide support and assistance in interactions in the community while maintaining sensitivity to the rights and dignity of the individual.
¥ Be available to on-call to meet program as needed.
¥ The ability to lift up to 50lbs.
¥ Be on your feet for a long period of time.
¥ Stay professional at all times.
QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred: Minimum of one (1) years education and/or experience in developmental/intellectual disabilities, mental illness, emotional/behavioral difficulties or other related conditions. Must possess the skills necessary to provide therapeutic interventions with individuals with disorders and to understand treatment terminology.
REQUIRED: At least 6 months DSP/ caregiving/ directly related experience.
Experience writing and implements Oregon ISP
Positions are 10am-6pm Monday-Friday: Must be able to flex hours to cover shifts/ be on call as needed.
Please respond with a cover letter and resume.
Positions range from $13.50/hr-$15.50/hr based on experience
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