Program Level Program Manager (House Supervisor)
Direct Support | Sapulpa, OK | Full Time
Are you ready to start building a career by joining our team managing a dedicated team of Direct Support Professionals?
Bios is looking for a personable, energetic and dedicated Program Level Program Manager to join our team in a supervisory role.
The nature of the role by design is not glamorous, can be difficult at times and requires hard work, but the reward is immeasurable!
As a Program Level Program Manager, you will supervise and coordinate the activities of the team, managing operations, staffing and budget of the home for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. You will get to know your clients on a personal level as you manage your team and assist them with in the implementation of person-centered plans, goals and objectives.
In this highly rewarding position you will ensure that those we serve are able to work towards their individual goals in a healthy, safe and nurturing home environment while participating as a member of an interdisciplinary healthcare team.
If you’re looking for an opportunity to truly make a difference in the lives of the people that you serve then consider Bios where we put people first!
In this role, the Program Level Program Manager is responsible for interviewing and hiring Direct Support Professionals, delegating work activities, preparing employee schedules and ensuring that there is adequate staffing coverage at all times.
You will also perform all personal care duties that Direct Support Professionals perform, such as personal hygiene tasks, meal preparation and goal implementation.
Additional responsibilities of the Program Level Program Manager:
Working closely with clinical and professional healthcare staff to maintain communication and provide feedback, standardizing procedures, and expediting the implementation of person-centered plans
- Spending adequate amounts of time in the home monitoring and providing feedback to staff on all shifts in interactions and relationships with people supported, maintaining harmony between employees clients while serving as a positive role model
- Resolving employee issues and conducting performance reviews
- Ensuring that employees meet training requirements and attend required events
- Monitoring select budget items and staying within guidelines
- Monitoring and providing feedback to employees during all three shifts in interactions and relationships with the people supported
- Providing after hours and on-call coverage as part of the direct care rotation
The ideal candidate for this position is patient, compassionate, nurturing and have a calming demeanor in times of stress.
Successful candidates for the PLPM role are able to perform the physical components of the role including being able to lift and move up to 50lbs., are comfortable working in stressful situations, and are able to handle difficult situations with ease.
Additional requirements for this role include:
- High School degree or GED required; college courses in Human Services, Social Work or Management, preferred
- 4 year of experience working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
- Valid drivers’ license and automotive insurance
- Flexible schedule and availability to provide on-call coverage as needed
- Have Valid Drivers License
- Vehicle with current insurance
- Clean OSBI