- Under the direct supervision of the Residential Manager, the supervisor is responsible for the implementation and supervision of the client service plans, activities, and operations of TLC. Responsible for training residential technicians on TLC behavioral programs, including proper monitoring of behavioral patterns of residents; to direct and assist residential technician staff in executing daily living procedures and resident service program; acts as a resource to all direct care staff for the implementation of programs and activities. Initiates therapeutic activities in one or more disciplines with minimal direction. Independently carries out special assignments such as ordering of supplies, maintaining the residence to meet licensing standards and/or data collection and entry for outcomes research. Assists with orientation of new staff. Able to complete responsibilities independently and maintain clear communication with upper management and residential technician.
- Ability to handle confidential resident and staff issues in a highly professional manner.
- Clear, concise and direct communication skills
- Ability to deal effectively with a variety of clients with disabilities
- Demonstrate proficiency at communicating and documenting
- Ability to learn and demonstrate intervention techniques
- Ability to follow and implement emergency procedures as outlined in the policy and procedure manual
- Ability to initiate/demonstrate and follow through on tasks independently
- Ability to plan, organize and provide leadership
- Must be able to perform basic healthcare procedures, including assessment of vital signs
- Perform other duties as assigned
LICENSE & EDUCATION:
- High school education and two years of experience in brain injury, behavioral health or other related experience.
- American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required
- First Aid certification required
- Ability to manage 24-hours responsibilities
- Capable of safely performing functions indigenous to the position (etc)
- Possess a valid California Driver's License, a satisfactory driving record (as defined by corporate policy) or pass a DMV screening
- Must have criminal clearance from the department of Justice before employment or initial presence in the facility