Community Support Facilitator/Case Manager
The Community Support Facilitator supervises and coordinates the duties of Direct Support Professionals who directly support adults with developmental disabilities to help them accomplish daily living activities at home and/or in the local community, and also helps the individual to be a known and valued member of his/her local community.
The Community Support Facilitator provides oversight of the entire staff assigned to work at specific homes, coordinating personal care, training, and support to meet the goals and objectives of the individuals served.
Direct supervision to ensure the delivery of Supported Living Services by direct service personnel.
All direct service supervisory staff shall have the ability, as a result of any combination of relevant training and experience, to competently and consistently organize and supervise the direct provision of services to clients in accordance with Maisie’s Place policies, under the general supervision of the program manager.
Supported Living Program Case Manager is responsible for supervising the Residential Direct Care Professionals.
Education and/or Experience:
Must have high school diploma or GED.
Two years in the field of Developmental Disability and/or a degree in Social Work or related field preferred.
Supervisory experience is preferred.
Once obtained, CPR, First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogen certifications, and Special Incident Report/Shared Information Reports trainings must be maintained.
To apply, send resume and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org