Residential Care Manager- House 46
Chrysalis is seeking to hire a full-time Residential Care Manager for In-Home Caregiving. Would you like to support individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, meaningful lives? Are you looking for a full-time or part-time job with swing shifts, and graveyard shifts available that can work with your schedule? Are you considering a human services career where you can really make a difference? If so, please read on!
This entry-level swing shift or graveyard position starts at a competitive wage starting at $19.50-$22.50 per hour, depending on experience. In addition, we offer our full-time employees excellent benefits including health insurance as well as flexibility and a rewarding experience. If this sounds like the right entry-level opportunity in human services for you, apply today!
As we provide services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, we are people caring for and about people--a team of over one thousand employees devoted to serving others. We are transcenders who triumph over the negative and constantly push beyond the limits. We love our work because we make a difference every day. We have a cause. It is noble, and our time and efforts change lives. It is not easy, but it is worth it.
We are always looking for caring people who share our values of safety, respect, mentoring, accountability, and, of course, fun to join our team and get paid to make a difference! We support our team members and work really hard to recognize their contributions. We also offer a very competitive benefits package to our full-time employees along with special online training to help them understand how to get the most out of it.
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The House Manager oversees the day to day operation of the residential program by supervising, instructing, modeling and assisting Residential Support Staff of the particular house. The House Manager is also responsible to maintain a high level of quality for the program, implement person centered plans, ensure person's medical, financial, and recreational needs are met and ensure that appropriate staff ratios and staff training are being fulfilled. Coordination between the school, various state workers, family, therapist, court and residential placement are vital for a person to be successful. The House Manager ensures that all Chrysalis positions provide appropriate support for the individuals to help them gain greater independence by making a difference in applying the five Chrysalis Values: Respect, Safety, Fun, Mentoring and Accountability.
20 years of age or older, a high school diploma or GED, and experience in the disability field. Capable of communicating well in both verbal and written form. Demonstrated supervisory skills, ability to prioritize work, and able to complete all assigned program documentation accurately and within the allotted time frames. Have good judgment and able to handle crisis situation. Have good public relations skills in working with a variety of outside professional and state employees. Need to have a flexible schedule to accommodate client office needs. Able to effectively manage personnel and program issues. Continually improve the quality and profitability of the program.
- Experience and/or equivalent education in working with handicapped individuals.
- Knowledge of person centered plans and ability to develop and write effective goals.
- Experience in supervising employees.
- Understanding of DSPD policies.
- Have good judgment and able to handle crisis situations.
- Have good general writing skills and can articulate oneself on a variety of issues.
- Able to understand and manage personnel issues and deal with staff in a positive manner.
- Conduct House meeting and attend Manager meetings.
- Computer skills.
- Have good public relations skills in working with a variety of medical, professional and state employees.
- Need to have a flexible schedule to accommodate people's needs.
- Ability to balance financial statements and maintain financial folders.