The Life Skills Supervisor manages the Life Skills Coaches in order to ensure that support and services are consistently provided according to agency, organization, County, State and MCO policies, procedures and regulations.
Essential Duties and Functions
Support the cooperative work between direct care professionals and clinicians to ensure that PIR’s services are provided according to policies and procedures.
Schedule and coordinate Life Skills Coaches job assignments to support Program Services (such as Life Skills sitting in on clinical groups).
Work cooperatively with medical staff to ensure that staff members follow all procedures related to PIR's self-administration of medications.
Work cooperatively with medical staff to ensure that the medical needs of PIRs are followed up on and supported in a timely fashion.
Identify, manage and engage available resources to support meeting PIR’s programmatic needs.
Identify programmatic needs as well as suggestions for resolutions that will be discussed during weekly supervision.
Manage, set expectations and assign tasks to Life Skills Coaches for the support of PIR’s in their completion of work therapy goals.
Complete a weekly walk through of the physical plant and report repair needs to the Fiscal Administrator.
Manage and monitor household supplies required for the operation of the program.
Maintain and manage in consultation with the Unit Director, the staff bi-weekly work schedule so that shifts are covered and program needs are supported.
Maintain and manage the Life Skill Coach Work Assignment Schedule that coincides with the bi-weekly work schedule.
Assign and provide support to Shift Leaders.
Support the cook in the implementation of Nutrition Program.
Manage and coordinate resources needed to ensure that operations are supported in meeting the needs of the program and PIR’s.
Support and model the values of RHD and the effective implementation of the Recovery Oriented of System to Care to staff and PIR’s.
Meet at least monthly with staff assigned to supervise and complete supervision notes of sessions.
Consult with Unit Director concerning disciplinary issues and progressive disciplinary actions.
Monitor and ensure the completion of training requirements for staff assigned for supervision.
Meet weekly with Unit Director for supervision.
Attend all meetings as required.
Will attend all trainings required to meet regulatory and funding requirements.
Work cooperatively as a member of the management team of CORE
Any and all tasks assigned by the Unit Director
Valid driver’s license
ACT 33/34 clearances
FBI clearance, as needed
High School Graduate or G.E.D
Personal Recovery/Life Experience accepted, 3 or more years recovery preferred
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic
information, veteran, or disability status
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.