IN Program Director

Dungarvin is a national organization that assists individuals in need of supports in their homes as well as in their communities. We are currently seeking to fill our Program Director (QDDP) position. The Program Director is responsible for directing a team of skilled Direct Support Professionals in providing residential services and other supportive assistance to individuals with disabilities.
The job responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:
Coordination and management of the overall operations, medical, financial, and maintenance aspects of an individual's home.
Responsible for overseeing implementation of individual support and behavioral plans, Dungarvin policies and procedures, assess the needs of an individual on a continual basis.
Assure the applications and receipts of unearned income sources (ex- Medicaid, Social Security) and all applicable generic services on behalf of individuals served.
Coordinate and facilitate communication for Interdisciplinary team members that may include: case managers, day service representatives, family or legal guardians, and neighbors.
Have a working knowledge of individuals' current medical conditions. Oversee management of medication, Dr. Appointments, and maintain and review all documentation concerning medical information.
Responsible for Interviewing, hiring, evaluations, and maintaining proper training and development of high quality staff for direct support professional positions.
Maintain schedules for multiple sites; submit payroll information in a timely manner.
The minimum requirements for this position are:
A Bachelor's degree is preferred plus a minimum of one year experience working with individuals with disabilities.
Prior experience developing and implementing individuals programs, budget implementation.
Supervisory experience.
Good decision making, time management and communication skills.
Current driver's license & auto liability insurance
Acceptable driving record/criminal record
Reliable transportation
This position offers:
Health and dental plans
Paid long-term disability and life insurance
Paid time off
Paid training
RequirementsThis position requires:
A Bachelor's degree in human services (or a related field) is preferred
1years of experience working directly with individuals with disabilities.
Supervisory experience
Acceptable Driving Record/Criminal record
Current Auto liability Insurance
Current Drivers license
Reliable transportation
Dungarvin is an EOE.
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