- Responsible for daily supervision of staff activities; evaluation and administration of disciplinary action.
- Knowledge of Emergency Procedures and accurate implementation of procedures in handling crisis situations as they arise.
- AMAP Certification - Obtain within the first 90 days in position and keep current.
- Train and supervise new staff to work with individual(s) served, and ensure active treatment for the shift you supervise.
- Assist Program Manager with solving staff issues, disputes, and completing required paperwork.
- Instruction and documentation of formal goals and protocols in accordance with the CFA/ISP.
- Implementation of Behavior Plans and all other components of the annual plan.
- Evaluate (monthly) progress as related to short term objectives and formulation of new objectives based on level attained.
- Accompany individuals on medical appointments.
- Completion of incident reports and (SCIP-R reports).
- Participate in the development and revisions of formal goals, protocols, and Behavior Plans.
- Participate in Interdisciplinary Team Meetings; attend staff meetings and annual recertification trainings.
+ High School or better
+ 1 year: One year experience working with developmentally disabled children, required