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: Administrator
Reports to: Residential Director
Vacation and Holiday pay
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance
Laptop, cell phone
Relocation expense reimbursement
2. Job Summary
The Administrator ensures and maintains regulatory compliance as mandated by licensing and Regional Centers. The Administrator ensures the health, well-being, and safety of the clients; maintains regular communication with conservators and other outside agency representatives; manages staffing and labor hours in order to provide the highest quality care and support to clients; and trains and mentors direct support professional staff.
Knowledge of state and federal laws
Knowledge of Regional Center, Department of Social Services, Department of Developmental Services and State Council on Developmental Disabilities
Knowledge of Title 17 and 22
Knowledge of facility program design, knowledge of and adherence to the People’s Care Mission Statement, knowledge of Individual Program Plans
Knowledge of client service needs
Knowledge of medication administration protocol
Knowledge of behavioral plans
Knowledge of emergency disaster protocol, knowledge of abuse reporting protocol
Knowledge of accounting principles
Knowledge of human resources principles
Knowledge of personal and incidentals and profit and loss
4. Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree and other special training as required by the program designs
RSO, RCFE certificates preferred
ARF certificate required
Component 1 class. DSP I and DSP II certificates
CPR/FA and CPI certification
Proof of completing the NBRC vendor process
Minimum of 18 months experience in the management of a human services delivery system or five years of experience in a human services delivery system, including at least two years in management or supervisory system in a day program or residential setting
Extensive experience working with persons who have developmental disabilities with behavioral challenges and restricted health conditions
5. Essential Functions
Purchase groceries, household supplies, and fuel within the allocated budget
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
Responsible for resident care such as scheduling medical appointments, following up on recommendations by the doctor and ensuring the well-being 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.
COO - Residential Director - Area Manager - Administrator
7. Physical Requirements
The Administrator frequently works in an indoor setting with occasional outside work. Occasional lifting 50 lbs. plus. Occasional bending, stooping, squatting, pushing, pulling, reaching, crouching, balancing, twisting, kneeling and running. Frequent traveling, walking, driving, keying/fingering, grasping, standing, sitting, hearing, talking, repetitive hand and finger movement are required.
8. Other Requirements
This position will require candidate to be 21 years old, valid California Driver’s License, 5 years of continuous driving experience, no more than 3 points on driving record, and no DUI. Candidate must successfully pass all pre-employment requirements, including but not limited to background check, physical etc.Must be on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week and thus may not hold a second part time job of any kind.
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?