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Floating Manager

Location: Amsterdam, NY
Job # 10849828
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Look no further. This is the place for you! Liberty ARC offers you the chance to have a fulfilling career with numerous opportunities to make a REAL difference in the lives of those we support. Liberty, the Montgomery County Chapter of NYSARC, supports individuals with developmental and physical disabilities. If you’re looking for an inspiring profession with many life-long rewards and want to be a part of something special, we want YOU!
Don’t miss the chance to work at one of most respected not-for-profits in upstate NY. We offer numerous professional growth opportunities, paid/on-the-job training and competitive benefits. Apply now and begin a truly unforgettable experience with us. It’s all about the opportunity and what you make of the journey!

Floating Manager
 
Location: Amsterdam, NY                                             
Reports To: Associate Director                                                      
Physical Requirements: walking, reaching, bending, lifting: ability to lift and transfer consumers
Hours of Work: Full time- 40 hours per week. Work hours vary. As Assigned, frequent evening hours required, minimum 20 hours prior to 8:30am or beyond 3:00pm (or as defined by home) plus one spot-check per week. A minimum of two weekends per month for a total of 2–4 hours. 24 hour emergency coverage required. Quarterly awake night spot check required. Spot checks conducted at various times, frequency, and shift to ensure unexpected visits.
 
Job Qualifications:  
  • Minimum 2 years prior experience preferred working directly with program participants and supervising staff functions. 
  • Must be med certified and complete other training courses. 
  • Bachelor's Degree preferred, must have HS Diploma/GED
  • Must be able to read, write and speak the English language
  • Valid NYS Driver’s license
 
Major Responsibilities:
  • Cover Manager vacancies as assigned
  • Provide supervision and support to direct support staff
  • Train/coach as needed
  • Responsible for the supervision, discipline, hiring and termination of direct support staff in the home
  • Responsible for identifying recruitment needs
  • Responsible for all required yearly evaluations and leadership development tools as needed
  • Ensure orientation of new staff is completed per agency policy and procedure
  • Participate in trainings as needed and per agency policy and procedure
  • Monitor required trainings for direct reports
  • Meet with subordinates and supervisor as needed for leadership development
  • Follow agency, state and federal regulations in order to maintain compliance
  • Ensure all regulatory components of billing, physical plant, ISP paperwork, finances, assessments and agreements for all individuals served
  • Accompany survey team during surveys(i.e. internal, OFPC, OPWDD, etc…)
  • Review all incidents per policy and procedure and ensure for completion and follow up
  • Ensure staffing levels are maintained daily
  • Manage FTE’s and OT
  • Submit purchase requisitions as needed and outlined in budget
  • Maintain physical plant as outlined in agency policy and procedures
  • Maintain all regulatory and agency policy and procedures for fire safety
  • Monitor safety, security, potential hazards of all sites
  • Serve as a role model, be positive and flexible
  • Maintain open communication with family members, advocates, support departments, community and outside entities
  • Demonstrate and uphold the agency’s commitments
  • Ensure the health and safety of individuals served and the implementation of what matters most to each individual served
  • Travel is required; employee must have reliable transportation available
  • Perform direct support duties as needed
 
*Refer to manager checklist for specific job related duties
 
 
Disclaimer – The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed, as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Liberty reserves the right at its sole discretion to amend its policies, programs and/or guidelines, including the contents of this job description, at any time without prior notice.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Program Employer, Minority/Female/ Disabled/Veteran. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment physicals and substance abuse testing.
Liberty was founded in 1957 by parents of children with developmental disabilities who wished to establish special education programs in the local community. Celebrating 60 years of quality services in 2017, the organization offers vocational, residential, day, family support and health-related services. We are headquartered in Amsterdam, NY with sites located throughout Montgomery County.
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