- Managers actively participate in the development and implementation of sound programming and services that both fulfill the needs of resident(s) and meet the provisions of the Funding Body.
- Managers oversee various aspects of residential programs including: program planning, record keeping and evaluation; staff direction and supervision; new hire orientation; conflict resolution; policy administration and enforcement; resident health and social needs; program resources etc.
- Managers assist HR during selection, onboarding and screening of new employees.
- Managers monitor and report on building and grounds maintenance needs.
- Managers are expected to liaise with families and other agencies supporting individuals as required.
- Managers need to be able to recognize, analyze, and advise staff during potential.
- emergency situations, such as clients’ aggressive behaviour, to ensure no harm comes to the client and/or the public. Knowledge of behaviour modification techniques (CPI) that can be used to diffuse situations as needed and control aggressive or disruptive behaviour is required and will be offered internally.
- Managers are responsible for ensuring that health and safety standards are maintained.
Diploma and/or Degree in a related health/human/social service field is preferred;
One to three years in an excluded management role; or a combination of experience, education and training.
Related experience working with adults with diverse-abilities is considered an asset.
Adept computer skills and physical ability to carry out the duties as required