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Residential House Manager – RANDALLSTOWN, MD

Athelas Institute
Published
April 28, 2021
Location
Randallstown, Maryland, Maryland
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Job Title: House Manager
Location: Randallstown, MD
Department: Residential Services
Status: Non-Exempt
Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm & Saturday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
 
 
Position Overview: Assists with overseeing daily operations functions of staff and people that we support.
 
Essential Job Functions:
 
●Provides direct care, interaction with and supervision of the individuals, inclusive of all daily needs, (e.g. meals, grooming, personal needs, transportation, recreation and leisure, medical, medication etc.)
●Participates in interviewing, selection, on the job orientation and training of employees
●Manages staff schedules, Make sure the house has adequate coverage
●Responsible for all MITC edits and approvals
●Evaluates employee performance, makes recommendations related to performance improvement plans, provides feedback and coaching
●Provides verbal and written disciplinary actions according to agency policies and procedures. Makes recommendations related to training needs, suspension and terminations.
● Operates the home-site in a clean safe manner and in accordance with regulation of the funding agencies, authorities and agency policies and procedures. Reports any repairs needs quickly to the appropriate personnel
●Responsible for the scheduling of all medical appointments in timely manner. Accompanies the individual on the appointment, when necessary, providing medical personnel with all appropriate information. Provides the Residential Operations manager with written documentation of the appointment. Implements all prescribed/recommended treatment in accordance with regulations and agency policies and procedure.
●Responsible for coverage for any staff call outs.
●Performs and completes all required/requested documentation to be shared with professional interdisciplinary team, including assessments of skills and needs, program plans, goals, and objectives
●Performs and completes all necessary documentation in a timely manner and accuracy to ensure operations of the home-site in accordance with procedures including individual funds, petty cash, menus, time sheets, maintenance sheets for vehicles, and all programmatic documentation
●Responsible for reporting all incidents using the Caramatic system, including diary notes
●Responsible for the daily med administration and documentation using Carasova
●Administer medications according to procedures and only if currently certified by the State of Maryland
●Informs supervisor of all developments within the program, especially any emergency
 situations. Completes all assigned follow-up activities as requested and in a timely manner
●Attends, participates in and implements all required and requested training's
●Conducts self in a professional manner at all times when interacting with individuals, staff, neighbors, parents, advocates consultants, professionals, and regulatory agency personnel
●Treat each individual served with dignity and respect, including providing opportunities to engage in decision making, constructive activities and habilitation services
  • All other duties assigned by Operations Manager and Residential Director
Education/Experience: A bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in Psychology, Special Education, Human Services or related field preferred
 
Training and Experience:
Preferred DDA core competencies, Mandt Systems Training, CPR / First Aid, MTTP
Experience working with people with IDD/DD preferred but not required.
 
Physical Requirements: Person must be able to walk, stand, and sit for up to 8 hours. Person must have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. or more based on assigned supported person (using health and safety lifting / turning techniques or assistive devices).
Person must be able to successfully demonstrate all Mandt Systems training physical interventions and techniques, to include assisting supported person to standing, providing assistance with ambulation, physical releases, and physical restraints. 
 
Benefits:
Insurances: Health, Vision, Dental, supplemental coverage through Aflac
Company Paid: Short / Long Term Disability Insurance, Term Life Insurance
PTO: Vacation, Sick, Personal, Bereavement, Jury Duty
Retirement Plan: 403B plan
Employee Credit Union (SECU)
Paid DDA and new hire trainings
Paid Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certification
Paid Medication Administration Training
Limited Employee Assistance Program
Tuition Reimbursement Program
23% Discount on select Sprint Wireless Plans
*dependent on Full or Part time status
 
 
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