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Day Program Manager
People's Care was listed in Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States, 7 years in a row. To fuel this incredible growth, we need more people. People like you. People who share our values and goals.
1. Job Identification
Job Title: Program Manager
Reports to: Director
Rate Type: Salaried
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance
Lap top, cell phone
Vacation and holiday pay
2. Job Summary
The Program Manager plans, implements, and evaluates all program policies and procedures. The Program Manager recruits, trains, and evaluates employees on a routine basis. The Program Manager will be responsible for reviewing referral packets, assessing the consumer, and coordinating with consumer's counselor at the local Regional Center. The program manager will work closely with the family members of clients to guide and support them with People's Care, Inc. services while maintaining documentation and assisting with community outreach to market the program.
3. Knowledge and skills
Knowledge of state and federal laws, regional center, department of social services, department of developmental services and state council on developmental disabilities.
Knowledge of dual diagnosis, Title 17 & 22, IPP, behavior modification programs.
Leadership, analytical, and interpersonal skills.
Plan and organize trainings and meetings with employees, consumers, family members, and the Regional Center.
Maintain confidentiality, detail oriented, work with a diverse population and clients with behaviors.
4. Education and Experience
The Program Manager should have a Bachelor's Degree in psychology, social work or a related human services field. CPR and First Aid and CPI
3 - 5 years of supervisory experience with supervising 5 - 30 employees.
5. Essential Functions
Maintains a healthy and safe work environment for all staff and clients. This is to include having monthly safety meetings, maintaining a safe and clean environment.
Ensures that client rights are adhered to at all times and client rights are read to them every year.
Provides written verification that the rights are read to the consumers each year must be maintained
Reviews and evaluates plans, manuals, policies and procedures while conducting field visits to monitor quality assurance in the programs
Responsible for recruiting, training, and scheduling staff
Provides in- service meetings/trainings in accordance with Title 17, Title 22, Regional Center contracts, facility program design, and individual program plans and participates in trainings, including New Hire Orientation
Maintains client files and facility file(s) as specified in California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 17 Chapter 3, Subchapter 4, §56728 and §56730
Acts as a liaison with regulatory and non-regulatory agencies such as the Regional Centers, IHSS, Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), Developmental Centers and Department of Education, and the community
Maintains on-going resident ID notes, reads staff ID notes on every client every day, prepares and submits semi-annual and annual progress reports in accordance with CCR Title 17, Chapter 3, Subchapter 4 §56720
Participates in Individual Program Plan, Transition and Interdisciplinary (ID) team meetings
Obtains medical and dental evaluations, emergency care, and follow physician's orders for consumers, as needed
Audits all internal programs daily. This includes, but is not limited to employee time keeping
Maintains all required company documents to include but not limited to consultant logs, maintenance logs, vehicle logs etc.
Is familiar with profit and loss reports while managing all financial costs associated with program. Some examples would be: program supplies,utilities, labor, etc
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.
Day Program Director - Program Manager
7. Physical Requirements
The work environment will often be in an office setting with frequent sitting, standing, walking and driving. During community involvement the Program Manager may be exposed to different temperatures depending on the season. The program manager will assist the participants during their outings and monitor the groups from time to time.
Frequent lifting and/ or carrying objects/ people up to 50 pounds is required.
Other requirements may occasional bending, kneeling, stooping, reaching, climbing, pushing, and pulling during work hours.
8. Other Requirement
The position will require a valid California ID or Driver License. Must be at least 21 years of age to drive for People's Care. The candidate must successfully pass all pre- employment requirements, including but not limited to a background check and pre- employment physical. If required to drive the candidate must possess proof of valid insurance and registration.
At People's Care, our most valuable resource is the extraordinary people who make up our support staff. Do you have a passion for providing quality support to individuals with special needs? Do you thrive on helping others build/reach their goals in a positive, life-enriching environment?