Company: HOME OF HOPE
Posted on: August 7, 2022
Coordinates specified house operations while ensuring compliance
with regulatory requirements provided to them by the Program
Coordinator. Orientate and train new staff at the under the
direction of the Program Coordinator. Coordinate activities and
schedule medical appointments. Maintain daily, weekly and/or
monthly record keeping. Lead daily activities involving Direct Care
Staff in the home to ensure daily routines are completed and needs
are being met. Maintain a good team relationship with staff,
parent/guardians, professionals, case manager's and the program as
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Lead and coordinate day to day activities of assigned staff
Maintain safety compliance
Maintain operating compliance
Lead assigned staff / per house
Orientate all new staff to the house on all procedures and
expectations that will be required of them
Provide personally any in home training that is required per IP to
ensure needs are met and household routine runs smoothly
Monitor monthly the condition of the house, appliances, yard,
plumbing, furniture, etc... Report concerns to your PC and/or HOH's
maintenance department (get the guidelines for these procedures
from your current PC)
Monitor the med sheets, med labels and Dr. Orders to ensure all
documentation and orders match and are being followed, and given
Report and document any accidents, incidents or health concerns to
your Program Coordinator
Advocate at all times
Schedule Fire and Tornado evacuations; monitor to see that they are
being conducted. Check hot water temperatures monthly.
Check water temperature monthly on each bathing faucet documenting
temperature on the Fire Drill report. Report water temperature to
PC if over 115 degrees.
Monitor the proper storage of medications and hazardous
Coordinate program operations including; recreational and social
activities; monitor that staff are keeping these activities,
provide training and guidance to staff to meet specific needs, take
people to medical appointments. Sign off on all documentations
Address any concerns or complaints from staff with Program
Maintain time cards, staff contact sheets, mileage sheets, daily
progress notes, medical (med sheets & medication count sheets),
financial (petty cash , received & spent household budget monies
and assure that they stay within authorized amounts),
Conduct monthly inventory of food, cleaning supplies and personal
belongings inventory. Prepare shopping list for the house.
Report to Program Coordinator all disciplinary or conduct concerns.
i.e.: attendance, behavior, complaining, abuse, neglect, laziness,
C lient Centered Care: We are committed to making all decisions and
performing all actions with the well-being of our clients as our
primary focus, and to always putting our clients' interests ahead
of our own.
A ccountability: We take personal responsibility, as an
organization and as individuals, for our actions, hold each other
accountable, and expect to be held accountable at any point
throughout the year for our decisions and actions.
R espect: While keeping the focus on the needs of our clients, we
also commit to demonstrating mutual respect in communication and
actions so that a positive environment for everyone is
E xcellence: We are committed to using established best practices,
to evaluating effectiveness of our efforts, and to demonstrating a
willingness to change current practices at any point based on
evidence that change is needed.
Physically able to complete all required training and activities
that may arise
Maintain a valid OK drivers license with a good driving record
Dependable vehicle for transporting clients and current vehicle
Availability to work any shift 24/7 , and have the ability to drive
day or night if needed
See, hear and speak clearly
Previous direct care staff experience
Must be able to work flexible schedule on a day to day basis.
First Aid/CPR Training required. This will include all aspect of
completion with compressions on the floor or ground.
Must comply with Alcohol and Drug Free Workplace Policy.
Willing to work schedules based on individual client needs.
Expected to learn and follow the Individual Plan (IP) of each
Preferably 9 months experience as a direct care staff working with
people with developmental disabilities
Previous leadership experience
JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITIES:
Ability to comfortably communicate information
Understanding of the mental and physical challenges of people with
Positive & creative get it done attitude, with problem solving
Knowledge of current HOH policy
Maintain MAT, CPR and 1st aid and DDSD required training including
client specific training
Be a team builder and leader
Keywords: HOME OF HOPE, Tulsa , House Manager, Executive , Vinita, Oklahoma
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