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Home Administrator

Home Administrator

 

Job Title:  Home Administrator

Reports To: Regional Manager

Work Location: Bridges Home, Hayward, CA

Employment Status:  Exempt-Full-Time

Hours: 40 Hours a week (On-site a minimum of 32 hours a week)

Starting Salary Range:  $66,560.00 to $70,000.00.

Benefits: Health and Dental, 401(K), Paid Time Off, EAP, Flexible Schedule,

Bonus/Incentive Programs.

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Home Administrator is responsible for the ongoing management of one (1) Specialized Residential Facility for four (4) adults with developmental disabilities who have a history of forensic involvement and/or behavioral challenges. The Home Administrator manages daily program operations and ensures regulatory compliance as mandated by Community Care Licensing (CCL) and Regional Centers. The Home Administrator ensures the health, well-being, and safety of all residents in the home; maintains regular communication with Regional Center Service Coordinators, conservators and other outside agency representatives; manages direct care staffing and labor hours in order to provide the highest quality care and support to clients; and supervises, trains and mentors direct support professional staff.

 

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Manage day-to-day program operations and provide on-site leadership at the home.
  • Communication with Regional Center Service Coordinator, conservators, family, service coordinators, and/or other client representatives/advocates regarding client health, well-being, and quality of life.
  • Supervise direct support professionals and provide feedback and progressive discipline when necessary.
  • Conduct new hire orientations and manage staff development and training as needed.
  • Generate program staffing schedules to ensure adequate supervision and support of the client, as well as by delegating those duties that will best serve the client and the needs of the home.
  • Oversee daily program operations- i.e. client notes documentation, medication audits, personal and incidental funds disbursement and audits, physical plant inspections, maintenance of client and staff files, time card review and amendments, conduct annual performance evaluations and provide progressive discipline if needed.
  • If clients do not attend an outside day program, oversee individualized Adaptive Skills Training day programing for clients residing in the home.
  • Attend trainings and meetings as mandated by Omelagah, Inc.
  • Maintain safety and compliance of the facility to prevent staff and client injury.
  • Responsible for resident care such as scheduling medical appointments, following up on recommendations by the doctor and ensuring the well-being and the overall medical condition of the residents.
  • Ensure ongoing program compliance with Community Care Licensing (CCL) and Regional Center Quality Assurance (QA).
  • Write and submit special incident reports (SIRs) to Regional Center and CCL.
  • Ensure Title 17 and 22 compliance.
  • Participate in the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of new program staff as needed.
  • Supervise clinical and crisis management and establish on-call duties.
  • Maintain knowledge of clinical standards and ensure compliance in terms of treatment interventions and oversite of program consultants.
  • Participate in the process of program referrals, intakes, assessments, transition activities and placement of new clients.
  • Provide resources for staff training CEU’s and current research relevant to program development.
  • Serve as liaison with program consultants (psychiatrist, behaviorist, physician, etc.).
  • Work well with company Administration and Human Resources including billing and payroll systems and other administrative systems necessary to meet company requirements. Ensuring corporate initiatives are implemented and maintained.
  • Other delegated duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

 

  • Shall be at least 21 years old.
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university in a related field or 1 year of supervisory experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Must possess Adult Residential Facility Administrator Certificate issued from the California Department of Social Services.
  • Has completed the Residential Services Training.
  • Currently certified in CPR/First Aid and must be able to render emergency services when necessary.
  • Shall be able to communicate effectively in written and oral form.
  • Must have fingerprint clearance and criminal record statement per licensing requirements.
  • Must have health screening and tuberculosis test within 12 months prior to employment or 7 day(s) after employment.
  • Shall complete 12 hours of CEU’s per year.
  • Shall have 12 months experience per T-17 providing direct supervision and special service to persons with Developmental Disabilities.
  • Must have a valid California drivers license and auto liability insurance for transporting consumers.
  • Must have completed and be currently certified in an approved Behavioral Management course such as CPI.
  • Shall complete the Direct Support Professional (DSP) training as required by Title 17
  • Shall have valid Water Safety Certification if supervising consumers using a pool or other body of water from which rescue requires the rescuer’s ability to swim.
  • Ability to apply common sense and understanding, to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
  • Ability to deal with problems, involving several concrete and abstract variables in standardized and non-standardized situations.
  • Ability to travel as needed.

 

 

JOB KNOWLEDGE:

 

  • Knowledge and ability to comply with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations.
  • Knowledge of Regional Centers, Department of Social Services, Department of Developmental Services and State Council on Developmental Disabilities.
  • Knowledge of Title 17 and 22.
  • Knowledge of facility program design.
  • Knowledge of Individual Program Plans and client service needs.
  • Knowledge of medication administration protocol.
  • Knowledge of behavioral plans.
  • Knowledge of emergency disaster protocol.
  • Knowledge of abuse reporting and special incident reporting.
  • Knowledge of human resources principles, policies and practices.
  • Knowledge of client personal and incidentals and profit and loss.

 

ABOUT THE COMPANY:

Omelagah, Inc. (O Inc.) is a family-owned disability services company, dedicated to delivering quality services for adults with developmental disabilities in Northern California.

We help individuals with developmental disabilities with complex needs, succeed in their home communities instead of institutional settings. We are best known for successfully supporting individuals with a history of forensic involvement. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support, through the implementation of trauma-informed, person-centered practices in community-based programs. For more information, please visit us at www.omelagah.com

 

How to Apply:

Apply online: Omelagah Inc. Online Application

CFS Specialist

Coordinated Family Supports (CFS) Specialist

 

Job Title:                    CFS Specialist

Program:                    Coordinated Family Supports (CFS)

Reports to:                 Regional Manager

Work Location(s):     San Mateo, San Francisco, and Marin Counties.

Employment Status: Part Time

Starting Pay Rage:     $25.00 to $28.00 an hour.

 

Job Summary

The Coordinated Family Supports (CFS) Specialist will identify and provide supports necessary to help adults with developmental disabilities, live successfully in their family home. The CFS specialist will work closely with both the individual with a disability and their families, to create an action plan to ensure success in the community. CFS services may include, identifying community resources, providing assistance and navigating services, finding generic resources, and providing futures planning and training.

 

CFS services will focus on improving equitable access to services and supports and reducing ethnic and racial disparities while flexibly tailoring the service to the individual and their family. CFS will be provided in a manner which is respectful of the culture, ethnicity, and linguistic preferences of the individual and their family.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identify and provide supports necessary to successfully reside in the family home.
  • Provide assistance and training for the consumer and their family in navigating comprehensive services and supports that are tailored to meet their unique needs, including creating pathways to overcome barriers to accessing generic and other resources.
  • Provide additional information or resources on the consumer’s diagnosis and identified
  • Coordinate consistency in training across providers specific to the needs of the consumer and their family.
  • Assisting with scheduling of service delivery including medical and other appointments.
  • Identifying transportation options or services.
  • Identifying backup providers/supports and providing those backup supports when the plan fails.
  • Providing futures planning for the consumer, including those living with aging caregivers.
  • Providing training to the consumer and community stakeholders which maximizes their independence.
  • Prepare and submit quarterly reports on progress of service delivery.
  • Provide general administrative and support duties as assigned.

Job Qualification:

  • CFS staff will have an Associates-level degree in a human services field of study or
  • 3 years of experience in the developmental disabilities service delivery system.
  • CFS staff can communicate in the primary language of the consumer and their family.
  • CFS Staff have knowledge of the regional center system.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Criminal Record clearance.
  • First Aid/CPR Certified.

Benefits Available to Employees:

  • Vacation and Sick Time
  • Paid company holidays
  • Health insurance for medical and vision coverage and dental coverage
  • Recognition and incentive programs
  • 401(k)
  • EAP

 

 About the Company:

Omelagah, Inc. (O Inc.) is a family-owned disability services company, dedicated to delivering quality services for adults with developmental disabilities in Northern California.

 

We help individuals with developmental disabilities with complex needs, succeed in their home communities instead of institutional settings. We are best known for successfully supporting individuals with a history of forensic involvement. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support, through the implementation of trauma-informed, person-centered practices in community-based programs. For more information, please visit us at www.omelagah.com

 

How to Apply:

Apply online: Omelagah Inc. Online Application