ASSISTANT RESIDENCE MANAGER - OPWDD
SD006
 Bronx, NY
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
To ensure that the house is operated in response to each consumer’s benefit and in compliance with relevant regulations.
REPORTS TO:
Program Manager/Program Coordinator
SUPERVISES: Direct Care Counselors
I. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Consumer Responsibilities
  • Supervision
  • Administration
  • Facilities Management
  • Community Relation
  • Performance
  • Develop activities in and outside of the house
  • Ensure consumer diet and nutrition in all aspects i.e. menu plans, weight records etc
  • Monitoring consumer’s health through contact with physicians, dentists and other treatment personnel
  • Ensures Consumer’s program plans are followed
  • Obtains and maintains AMAP/CPR/First Aid/SCIP-R certifications
  • Provide Direct Care Services as needed
II. QUALIFICATIONS
  • A minimum of high school diploma or GED
  • A clean and valid NYS driver’s license preferred
  • Experience working with people with developmental disabilities/traumatic brain injured preferred
  • Working knowledge of OPWDD regulations.
  • Familiarity with Justice Center requirements
  • Ability to handle emergencies in a professional manner.
III. RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS
  • Has a good attitude/team spirit
  • A good role model for consumers
  • Demonstrates a high level of professionalism with co-workers and supervisors
  • Demonstrates respect for individuals
  • Demonstrates the ability to work as a team with co-workers
  • Demonstrates respect for supervisors and a willingness to learn
IV. WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Maintains standard of high quality work
  • Maintains high quality productivity
  • Demonstrates good judgment and decision-making
  • Serves as a good role model of consumers
V. SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY
  • Responsible for hiring, training, evaluating and in conjunction with Director, terminating of staff for the house
  • Responsible for supervision of all staff
  • Act as a resource to direct care staff
  • Writes and conducts three month performance review of new direct care staff and their formal written annual performance review
  • Conducts weekly supervision with full time direct care staff
  • Participates in the monthly staff meetings
  • Meets regular with the Clinical Team to provide ongoing monitoring of progress of consumer programs and consumer progress
  • Ensures that all staff receives the mandated in-service training
  • Conducts orientation program for all new direct care staff
  • A minimum of high school diploma or GED
  • A clean and valid NYS driver’s license preferred
  • Experience working with people with developmental disabilities/traumatic brain injured preferred
  • Working knowledge of OPWDD regulations.
  • Familiarity with Justice Center requirements
  • Ability to handle emergencies in a professional manner.

SCO Family of Services is an Equal Opportunity Employment Employer.