Assistant Residence Manager – Group Homes

Full Time
Irvington, NY
Posted 2 months ago

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Job CategoryAvailable Jobs, Other
Job Description:"Job Description Abbott House is seeking a committed Assistant Residence manager to join the White Plains Group Homes team. In this role you will be support the Residence Manager in supervising and coordinating operations of the residential facility. About Abbott House Abbott House is an innovative community-based organization that helps children, families, adults and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with complex needs build lasting foundations for a promising future. We operate programs in the New York Metropolitan area and Hudson Valley. Key Responsibilities Ensure that the safety and well-being of the people who live in the residences is maintained at the highest level possible. Assure compliance with the 624 regulations and Abbott House policy and procedures for insight reporting. Coordinate medical appointments for the residents of the program Review and sign off on all medical consults for the residents of the program Complete bi-weekly medication/medical supply inventory check Review all MAR’s to monitor for medication administration compliance, MD orders, and monthly blood pressure checks Supervise direct care staff as it relates to data collection, active treatment and compliance with Abbott House policy and procedures. Serve as program manager in the absence of the manager of the program. What We Offer: Professional growth opportunities Medical, Dental, Prescription Drug and Vision Care benefits with premiums substantially paid by for employees, employee families and domestic partners Generous vacation, holiday, sick time and personal time off benefits Tuition Reimbursement Company paid life insurance and long-term Disability Insurance Employee Assistance Program Short-term disability and Workers Compensation benefits Paid Family Leave Program Employee Recognition Awards Schedule: 8 hour shift, Weekend availability"
Qualification:"About You You are the ideal candidate if you have a passion empowering underserved communities. Being compassionate, organized, flexible and responsive are critical attributes to be successful in this role. Bachelor’s degree with experience in Welfare. Master’s degree is preferred. A minimum of 2 years of experience in child welfare roles Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills Excellent command of word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentation software"
Certification:Driver's License required
Anticipated Start Date:4/15/2023
Job Type:Full-Time
Salary:$45,000 to $46,000 annually

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