OPTIONS Family of Services has an immediate opening for an additional Program Director.
Based in Morro Bay, OPTIONS Family of Services, a local non-profit organization, strives to help people with intellectual disabilities meet their wants and desires as citizens within their community. We serve 200 people from Paso Robles to Santa Maria. Daily, we improve the lives of those we serve.
Working under the direction of the CEO, the Program Director works as a member of the administrative team, which includes two other Program Directors. The Program Director would oversee a selection of programs which could include group homes, day programs, vocational services, or supported living services. Other duties include: monitoring and evaluating Program Managers and Supervisors, ensuring that adequate staffing, scheduling and personnel utilization are provided, keeping records and/or ensuring that records are maintained as required and necessary for resident and program evaluation, participating in person served conferences and attending I.D. Team and ISP meetings as needed, monitoring the coordination of activities which address the needs of the people we serve with other Program Managers and Supervisors, ensuring that all program facilities and property of the persons served and Agency are maintained and safeguarded, ensuring completion of consistent on-site observation studies and implementation of in-services as needed, maintaining Title 17 and Title 22 regulations, and serving as a liaison to as well as coordinating with the families of the persons served, related community groups, funding sources, regulatory bodies and licensing agents. The Program Director also is on-call for one week every 6 weeks.
Successful candidates should have:
Education/Experience: a bachelor's degree or higher in a human services field (including, but not limited to: sociology, special education, rehabilitation counseling, psychology and nursing); a strong background in behavioral intervention (BCBA strongly preferred); at least two years of experience working directly with individuals with intellectual disabilities and traumatic brain injuries in group and individual situations; and three years of increasingly responsible administrative experience in an agency providing supervision and training for adults with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries. Strong English oral and written communication skills are also required.
Other Skills/Abilities: attention to detail, ability to successfully complete First Aid/CPR, Pro-ACT, Driver Safety and Direct Support Professional training. Must have a valid California Drivers License with 3 years driving experience and a driving record acceptable to OPTIONS' insurance company. Must also have a clean criminal record and receive clearance from DOJ and FBI.
Physical requirements: Essential functions of this position require that employees regularly sit, stand and walk. Employees may occasionally be required to lift or move up to 20 lbs.
This is a full time, exempt position. Salary commensurate with experience. OPTIONS offers a full benefit package for full time employees including medical, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation/sick leave (21 days per year), and a 401(k).
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