Caregiver-Day Center Manager Evans

Position Summary
The Community Day Services Manager is responsible for providing direction, guidance and supervision to direct care staff & staff leads in caring for clients with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in a supported living or community day environment. Responsible for the activities of staff and the whereabouts of all clients under their supervision always and ensuring that required documentation (such as client notes, community-based notes, administrative records, client financial records, and vehicle logs) is always kept. Incumbents must respond in a timely manner to unexpected events and/or emergencies with clients under their care. The Community Day Services Manager is also expected to provide direct client care as necessary. The Community Day Services Manager is expected to perform all job responsibilities in alignment with the mission and core values of the organization and comply with all policies and procedures, OSHA, CMS, HIPPA, local, state, and federal, regulations
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Plans, organizes and directs the care of clients
• Develop short- and long-term goals.
• Ensure team members actively engage in meaningful activity daily
• Ensure participants engage in a variety of community activities throughout out the week. Assist in finding new activities
• Ensure work groups honor community job contracts and attend work as scheduled • Supervises the client care activities of direct support staff
 • Monitors Individual Support Plans and delivery of client care plans under the direction of the physician.
• Takes actions as appropriate to ensure Standards of Care are met.
• Participates in quality improvement processes.
• Determines staffing schedules, staffing levels, and staff schedules.
• Fill in as a substitute for groups and routes when team members are out •
Responsible for preventing client abuse by adhering to all policies and procedures (attending periodic training, reporting suspicious and inappropriate behavior)
Complete administrative and clerical documentation including but not limited to:
• Reviewing daily logs and notes detailing client activities supporting the approved Individual Support Plan (ISP).
• Plan and organize daily activities in accordance with Individual Support Plan
• Follow up with support coordinators for addenda and other issues as needed. Notify Case Manager of any addenda with goal 
• Monitor team’s credentials /licenses compliance on TMP. Follow up as needed. Keep items current
• Must have computer skills in Microsoft Office to include Excel, Outlook, Power Point, and electronic medical record
• Other duties as assigned
Education and/or Experience
• High School Diploma, degree preferred
• Valid state driver’s license
• One year of prior supervisory experience working in a group home or community day setting with developmentally, intellectually 
and/or physically disabled individuals preferred
• Demonstrated ability to interact successfully with special client needs
• Strong organizational and decision-making skills.
Knowledge and Skills
Any equivalent combination of education and experience to provide the following knowledge, abilities and skills:
• Knowledge of Universal Precautions
• First Aid and CPR.
• Knowledge of proper personal hygiene practices.
• Ability to perform the physically demanding aspects of the job.
• Ability to complete required documentation both electronically and on paper.
• Successfully complete all regulatory-required training
• Individual Client Training
• Medication administration training,
• Individual Service Plan (ISP) implementation, and training on other individual client care plans
Physical Requirements
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to 
successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to 
perform the essential functions.
Duties of this job are performing the following:
• The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, bend, squat, sit and talk or hear.
• The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms
• The employee must frequently lift/move 50 or more pounds.
• Specific mental abilities required by this job include continuous concentration to detail; frequent oral and written communication; 
and an attention span of 1+ hours on a task and the ability to remember multiple tasks.
Work Environment 
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee
encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with 
disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.
• Occasional exposure to blood and body fluids.
• Must be able to work flexible hours and occasional overtime.
• Must demonstrate ability to read, write and understand non-verbal gestures used by non-verbal clients
• Travel is primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-the-area and overnight travel may be expected depends on 
the locations of assigned caseload