The Vice President of Developmental Disabilities is responsible for the overall management of the Developmental Disabilities: Goshen, Rockland (Campus) and Day Hab. Programs.
|Job Summary:||The Vice President of Developmental Disabilities is responsible for the overall management of the Developmental Disabilities: Goshen, Rockland (Campus) and Day Hab. Programs. Will provide management of Accountability Program. Assumes administrative coverage in the absence of the Assistant Vice President. This position will report to the Sr. VP., Developmental Disabilities and will assume main leadership role in Sr. VP’s absence.|
|Duties & Responsibilities:||Administrative lead for Rockland (Campus), Day Hab Program, Accountability and Nursing Programs. Actively involved in the DD Managed Care Preparedness. Supervise the AVP in the absence of the Sr. VP. Supervise Rockland Community IRA Coordinator in the absence of the AVP. Supervise CO-OP City IRA Community Coordinator in the absence of the AVP. Supervise Bronx IRA Community Coordinator in the absence of the AVP. Supervise Goshen Director. Supervise the Day Habilitation Rockland Coordinator. Supervise Program Accountability Director Interview applicants for positions and makes appropriate recommendations. Review and/or evaluate staff. Respond to all internal and external audits. Ensure that all official records are properly maintained, ensure that all directives and information are disseminated to staff, provide for continuous department coverage; provide for completion of routine reports and records in a timely fashion. Ensure courteous and open reception of visitors; provide for reception of ideas and suggestions from staff. Ensure staff schedule compliance as well as Overtime Authorization. Monitor Centralized Purchasing and petty cash. Responsible for Contract Compliance regarding the delivery of services contracted by the New York State Office for Persons with Developmental Disabilities. Ensure that the Person-Centered Planning approach is adhered to Must be trained in POM’s (Personal Outcome measures) and monitor implementation. Institute and promote orientation programs and in-service training programs for staff. Assure staff training and evaluation compliance. Assure adequate staffing in all residences. Be available for on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Carry out the goals and objectives of the agency. Encourage the professional growth of the staff. Provide opportunity for staff to attend workshops and conferences. Other administrative duties as assigned or performs other duties as needed|
|Education & Experience||Master’s degree required. LMSW or LCSW preferred. Minimum of eight (8) years’ nonprofit management experience. Minimum of five (5) years in a Senior management position working with individuals with developmental disabilities or behavioral challenges in a residential setting. Demonstrated Administrative Management experience/skills. Knowledgeable in managed care A valid, non-restricted, driver license a required|
|Physical Requirements:||While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to use a computer. The employee must communicate effectively. The employee must be able to travel unassisted. A valid and non-restricted driver’s license is required for this position. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move case records weighing up to 25 pounds.|