Vocational Front Line Supervisor
Developmental Disability Center of Nebraska Omaha, NE
Responsible for the management and motivation of staff.Ensure invdividuals at vocational services receive quality care, treatment, and community integration. Work with an ISP team which include State Coordinators, family members and guardians. Responsible for the implementation of service reviews; assessments; programs and monitoring; billing; staff scheduling and time monitoring. Works closely with Quality Assurance team to identify issues and develop strategies for improvement. Responsible for reporting all pertinent information/concerns to the Quality Assurance and Service Directors.
Areas of Responsibility:
Manage operations in areas of responsibility
- Hire, orient, train, and retain qualified and competent staff.
- Ensure and monitor quality assurance and documentation in the residences.
- Ensure medical and behavioral health needs of our individuals are met, including medication administration and documentation
- Counsel, develop, evaluate, and discipline (as appropriate) staff.
- Implement and enforce DDCN practices and procedures.
- Work cooperatively with the Administrative Team for the welfare and development of individuals receiving care.
- Keep Quality Assurance and Service Directors informed of significant and relevant information.
- Communicate weekly with guardians and or family members of individual’s served.
- Communicate with schools, the state, and other members of the individual's team on an ongoing basis.
- Mentor the DSP, providing assistance as needed.
- Maintain vocational schedule and oversee daily, weekly, and monthly integrity standards.
- Ensure month end documentation and hours are complete and accurate and submitted in a timely manner.
- Participate in health and nutritional monitoring and development of programs and supports.
Ensure clients receive optimal service.
- Ensure individual needs are assessed; habilitation plans are implemented as designed.
- Ensure staff is using appropriate intervention strategies and positive reinforcement with individuals
- Participate in IPP and Intake meetings.
- Complete and remain current on all required trainings.
- Active participant in administrative meetings.
- Rotating weekend on-call
- Other duties as assigned.
| Date Posted
October 22, 2018
| Date Closes
November 21, 2018
1813 N 73RD ST
| Located In
| Job Type
Hourly Wage, Based on Experience
| Experience Level
Entry Level (0-2 yrs. experience)
| Start Date
| SOC Category
21-1099.00 Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other
This job offers the following benefits
- Life Insurance
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