Developmental Disabilities of Clark County
  • 07-Feb-2013 to 07-Mar-2013 (EST)
  • Residential
  • Springfield, OH, USA
  • $34,523 to $41,428
  • Salary
  • Full Time

OPERS Retirement, Liability Insurance, Workers’ Compensation, EAP (Employee Assistance Program), Sick Leave, Vacation, Holidays, Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, PayProtect Plan and Deferred Compensation Plans


High School Diploma Or Equivalent; Associates Degree In Human Service Area Preferred; Minimum of 1 Year Previous Related Training/Experience; Minimum Of One Year Experience With DD Individuals (Other Types Of Professional Experiences May Be Considered)
Assists and recommends in the hiring process; Orients/trains/supervises assigned staff; Sets/monitors/ensures staff compliance to departmental/program/state and federal rules and regulations; Monitors staff attendance; Schedules staff to ensure coverage/Individual safety and well-being; Receives and recommends leave requests; Verifies employee payroll transaction documentation; Recommends and implements discipline as appropriate; Receives and processes grievances per policy and procedure; Assists staff in resolving problems; Conducts timely employee evaluations; Conducts and follows through on staff meetings.
May be required to be able to perform medication administration and monitors MED-MAR documentations; first-line review of work-related accidents (including UI/MUI's) and appropriate follow-up; monitors treatment sheet documentations and Care Tracker data. On-call for holiday and weekly rotations and other times that may be required per department procedures (may be required to report to work on days off for meetings or emergencies in units). May assist staff as needed in daily personal care duties.
Assures that Individuals achieve self-help and socialization goals as specified in Individual Plans by overseeing staff performance of assisting Individuals with daily living skills, e.g. dressing, toileting, laundry, cleaning and leisure time activities; encourages family/guardian involvement by communicating regularly regarding Individuals' needs; directs unit direct care staff in maintaining a safe, clean, well equipped living environment, e.g. cleaning, laundry, serving meals; ensures Individuals' work, school, and leisure schedule; may transport Individuals in county vehicle to or from school or workshop on special occasions, for active treatment, leisure time activities, medical appointments.
Safeguards Individuals rights/advocates for and instructs in Individual rights; reports all allegations and suspicions of abuse and neglect to appropriate authority and follows up on situations as needed or directed; assures compliance with Medicaid and Licensure regulations; in cooperation with the Administrator and Unit Coordinator, responsible for developing and monitoring living unit budget which includes expenditures for food, maintenance, supplies, personnel costs, e.g. overtime and extra hours, hiring expenses.
Prepares and reviews daily communication logs and reports on Individuals as required or requested, e.g. behavior, actions taken by counselors, medication or illness, attendance, visits, home visits; maintains records of Individuals' money, balances and uses; authorizes forms to order cash for Individuals; authorizes requests for food and supplies from kitchen and maintenance and other requests.
Prepares agenda for and conducts unit staff meetings to discuss policies and procedures, regulations, and other related unit concerns; attends in-service training programs as required by agency; communicates with parents, and workshop staff to discuss and resolve Individuals' concerns and progress. Performs other related duties as required, to include but not limited to: serving on committees, and/or serving as a trainer. Responsible for adherence to bargaining unit negotiated agreement.
Responsible to ensure quality care, health and safety of Individuals. 1. Assists and recommends in the hiring process; Orients/trains/supervises assigned staff; Sets/monitors/ensures staff compliance to departmental/program/state and federal rules and regulations; Monitors staff attendance; Schedules staff to ensure coverage/Individual safety and well-being; Receives and recommends leave requests; Verifies employee payroll transaction documentation; Recommends and implements discipline as appropriate; Receives and processes grievances per policy and procedure; Assists staff in resolving problems; Conducts timely employee evaluations; Conducts and follows through on staff meetings.
2. Depending upon unit assignment, may be required to be able to perform medication administration and monitors MED-MAR documentations; first-line review of work-related accidents (including UI/MUI's) and appropriate follow-up; monitors treatment sheet documentations and Care Tracker data. On-call for holiday and weekly rotations and other times that may be required per department procedures (may be required to report to work on days off for meetings or emergencies in units). May assist staff as needed in daily personal care duties.
3. Assures that Individuals achieve self-help and socialization goals as specified in Individual Plans by overseeing staff performance of assisting Individuals with daily living skills, e.g. dressing, toileting, laundry, cleaning and leisure time activities; encourages family/guardian involvement by communicating regularly regarding Individuals' needs; directs unit direct care staff in maintaining a safe, clean, well equipped living environment, e.g. cleaning, laundry, serving meals; ensures Individuals' work, school, and leisure schedule; may transport Individuals in county vehicle to or from school or workshop on special occasions, for active treatment, leisure time activities, medical appointments.
4. Responsible for adherence to bargaining unit negotiated agreement.
5. Safeguards Individuals rights/advocates for and instructs in Individual rights; reports all allegations and suspicions of abuse and neglect to appropriate authority and follows up on situations as needed or directed; assures compliance with Medicaid and Licensure regulations; in cooperation with the Administrator and Unit Coordinator, responsible for developing and monitoring living unit budget which includes expenditures for food, maintenance, supplies, personnel costs, e.g. overtime and extra hours, hiring expenses.
6. Prepares and reviews daily communication logs and reports on Individuals as required or requested, e.g. behavior, actions taken by counselors, medication or illness, attendance, visits, home visits; maintains records of Individuals' money, balances and uses; authorizes forms to order cash for Individuals; authorizes requests for food and supplies from kitchen and maintenance and other requests.
7. Prepares agenda for and conducts unit staff meetings to discuss policies and procedures, regulations, and other related unit concerns; attends in-service training programs as required by agency; communicates with parents, and workshop staff to discuss and resolve Individuals' concerns and progress. Performs other related duties as required, to include but not limited to: serving on committees, and/or serving as a trainer.




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