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Job Description
1. Job Identification
Job Title: Administrator
Division: People’s Care, Inc.
Department: 02SGIL , 02SMCE 
Reports to: Residential Director
Compensation Grade: Managerial Family
FLSA Designation: Exempt
Rate Type: Salaried

2. Job Summary
The Administrator ensures
by licensing and Regional C
being, and safety of the clients;
conservators and other outside agency representatives; m
labor hours in order to provide the highest quality care and support to clients
and trains and mentors direct s

3. Knowledge, Skills, and
Knowledge Required: Knowledge of state
Regional Center, Department of Social Services, Department of Developmental
Services and State Counci
and 22, knowledge of facility program design,
the People’s Care Mission Statement,
knowledge of client service needs,
protocol, knowledge of behavi
protocol, knowledge of abuse reporting protocol,
principles, knowledge of human resources principles
and incidentals and profit a
Skills Required: Leadership s
communication skills, interpersonal skills, independent judgment and decision
making skills, active listening skills, problem solving skills, coaching skills,
teaching skills, presentation skills, o
Revised 05/14/2013
People’s Care, Inc.
Description- Administrator
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manages staffing
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tasking skills, critical thinking skills, reading comprehension and technical
proficiency, ability to de-escalate resident behavior issues, ability to mediate
staff issues.
Abilities Required: The ability to lead, teach, coach, coordinate, train and
delegate tasks to team members, fiscal management, ability to work with a
diverse population across a variety of settings, ability to administer medications
and treatments, ability to work with clients with behaviors, ability to respond
effectively, empathically, and supportively to a variety of difficult client behaviors;
ability to lead and develop staff, social perceptiveness, maintain confidentiality,
detail oriented, flexibility, adaptability, ability to prioritize, positive attitude, work
ethic, multi-cultural awareness, ability to concentrate, and ability to interact
effectively with management personnel in order to realize stated company goals
and objectives.

4. Education and Experience
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree and other special training as required by
the program designs. RSO,RCFE, ARF certificates. Component 1 class. DSP I
and DSP II certificates. CPR/FA and CPI certification.
Minimum Experience: 3-5 years experience in the field working with clients with
developmental disabilities. 2 years minimum supervisory experience.

5. Essential Functions
• Purchase groceries, household supplies, and fuel within the allocated
• Maintain open communication with conservators, family, service
coordinators, and/or other client representatives/advocates regarding client
health, well-being, and quality of life
• Maintain appropriate staffing for the facility in accordance with the program
design by hiring and training staff, generating schedules to ensure
adequate supervision and support of the client, as well as by delegating
those duties that will best serve the client and the needs of the home
• Oversee daily business operations- i.e. client notes documentation,
medication audits, personal and incidental funds disbursement and audits,
physical plant inspections, maintenance of client and staff files, time card
review and amendments, conduct annual performance evaluations and
provide statement of discussions
• Attend trainings as mandated by Regional Centers, People’s Care Inc.
trainings and other outside management trainings
• Communicate with staff regarding quality care assurance
• Maintain safety compliance to prevent staff and client injury
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• Responsible for resident care such as scheduling medical appointments,
following up on recommendations by the doctor and ensuring the wellbeing
and the overall medical condition of the residents
• Performs other related duties and assignments as required

6. Career Path
Career pathing can differ with each individual’s knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience. Lateral moves are
sometimes beneficial to attaining one’s ultimate desired position.

7. Physical Requirements
The Administrator frequently works in an indoor setting with occasional outside
work. Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs. Occasional bending, stooping, squatting,
pushing, pulling, reaching, crouching, balancing, twisting, kneeling and running.
Frequent traveling, walking, driving, keying/fingering, grasping, standing, sitting,
hearing, talking, feeling and repetitive motions are required.

8. Other Requirements
This position will require a valid California ID or Driver’s License. Candidate must
successfully pass all pre-employment requirements, including but not limited to
background check, physical etc. If required to drive, candidate must possess proof
of valid insurance and registration. Must be at least 21 years of age to drive for
People's Care.


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