Developmental Disabilities of Clark County
  • 01-Aug-2013 to 31-Aug-2013 (EST)
  • Adult Services
  • Springfield, OH, USA
  • $62,264.75 - $74,717.70
  • Salary
  • Full Time

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

Master's Degree: Vocational Rehabilitation, Psychology, Counseling Or Similar Area
5 Years' Experience In The Field Of Developmental Disabilities, Or Similar Field
3 Years' Management Experience
Fiscal Management Experience
Experience With Government Rules And Regulations
Demonstrated Management Leadership Skills
Valid Driver's License
Negative Results Of A Two-Step Mantoux TB Test And Drug Screening
Satisfactory Results Of Local And State Records Checks
Satisfactory DOT Physical Examination Including Work Related Lifting Test
Acquire/Maintain Applicable License/Certification In Good Standing; Attend Annual Inservice Workshops; Abuse Prevention/Neglect; Orientation; Related Position Required Training
Plans, develops and implements Adult Services Adult Day Array program; establishes priorities, provides program direction, assigns tasks and is responsible for the delivery of services in accordance with rules, accreditation standards and program objectives; establishes the table of organization for the Adult Services program. Participates as member of Superintendent's Administrative Team in developing and implementing Board wide plans and operational strategies; works with other administrative team members in effective operation of Board programs and activities. Develops partnerships and opportunities to support Employment First initiatives.
Develops and is responsible for the supervisory control of Adult Services budget; issues purchase requisitions, prepares related reports, etc.; develops and reviews record systems to track program progress, etc.; researches alternative funding sources and develops funding proposals and provides sound fiscal management to ensure compliance with budgetary requirements including Medicaid Adult Day Array, CARF, DODD, OSHA and DOL.
Confers with management to plan, develop and implement adult services program outcome measures. Develops and implements agency-wide planning. Serves as the principal liaison between QUEST non-profit board and the Board of Developmental Disabilities of Clark County as well as the Board representative to a number of community organizations committed to adult day array services for individuals served by the Board. Participates in and cooperates with community partners and providers of services.
Responsible for the establishment of professional enrichment programs and implementation of staff training plans; monitors delivery of services and provides evaluation assessment to promote program and staff improvement.
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 documents; 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.
Attends inservices and professional development as required in addition to preparing required reports and other information related to Adult Services. Performs other related duties as assigned, to include but not limited to: serving on committees and/or serving as a trainer.

This position has been closed and is no longer available.
Developmental Disabilities of Clark County


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