Residential care shift supervisor

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Arkansas Government Job
Summary
The Residential Care Shift Supervisor is responsible for supervising and coordinating activities for residential care programs. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.
Typical Functions
Supervises as small to medium staff by establishing work schedules, assigning specific duties, providing clear, explicit, and detailed instructions, and monitoring and reviewing the work on a regular basis to ensure adherence to instructions, deadlines, proper procedures or protocols, and the delivery of services to clients. Develops procedures for residential program operation and implements procedures through information dissemination, in-service training, and staff meetings. Monitors the operation of residential care program(s) by reviewing daily log entries, daily census reports, activity reports, shift summaries, and periodic observation of cottage activities, to ensure that policies and procedures are followed, clients receive training, individualized program plans are met, schedules are followed, and documentation meets federal regulations; Monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of program(s) to ensure clients'' needs are met. Counsels with and advises staff, parents, and clients to resolve personal or behavioral problems; explains work policies, procedures, and guidelines, and identifies the characteristics and impact of situations to formulate solutions to work-related problems. Resolves client and staff problems by hearing and reading complaints and investigation reports, making decisions, and taking corrective actions. Conducts staff meetings to review behavior problems and general concerns and intervenes in crisis situations. Conducts inspections of the campus and residential living areas for cleanliness, fire and security hazards, physical appearance, and operation, taking corrective actions, as necessary. Performs other duties as assigned.
Special Job Dimensions
Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills
Knowledge of facility operations and resident care procedures.
Ability to plan, organize, and oversee the work of others.
Ability to observe and report resident behavioral and health changes.
Ability to participate in emergency searches for runaway clients.
Ability to identify, evaluate, and initiate emergency procedures.
Minimum Education and/or Experience
The formal education equivalent a high school diploma; plus two years of work experience in residential patient care for individuals with developmental disabilities. Must possess a valid Arkansas driver''s license.
Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.
OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.
Preferred Qualifications
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Agency Specific Information
Division Name
Division of Developmental Disabilities Services
Hiring Official
Jennifer Ethridge
Special Work Condition
Special Application Information
Applicant must submit an official transcript by mail as a supplement to applications ONLY FOR FAMILY SERVICE WORKER positions. Transcripts will remain in file for future FAMILY SERVICE WORKER applications.
For all applications submitted for a continuously advertised class code. YOU WILL BE PROMPTED FOR THIS INFORMATION WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION ON-LINE. This addendum includes your preferences for the county(ies) and divisions you are willing to work. Please list only the counties in which you would be interested in working. Statewide designations will not be accepted.
Continuously advertised classifications, are intended to allow DHS to keep available a pool of qualified applicants should a position open.
Continuous applications will remain on file for 60 days.
All DHS applicants must complete drug screening, as outlined in DHS Policy 1087, prior to being hired.
Applications are prescreened according to the state application, addenda, r sum , transcript, licenses and any other information that you submit. (With the exception of transcripts, do not submit references, certificates, or other documents; bring them to your interview.) Therefore, it is important that you submit complete and accurate information and that you complete the application form according to instructions. List all prior work experience, including military service, beginning with your most recent employment. (Include all experience, even if you do not believe that experience to be relevant to the position for which you are applying.) You may include volunteer or unpaid work as part of your work history; however, you should include the number of hours per week which you performed these duties.
When submitting your State Application, you may refer to your r sum for the Employment History if your r sum includes all the information requested in the Employment History section of the state application (month and year employment began and ended, weekly hours worked, etc.).
Inadequate completion of your job history will adversely impact your comparison with other candidates.
False, misleading, or incomplete statements may result in disciplinary action and possible termination.
Benefit Package May Include: Health & Life Insurance, Vacation & Sick Time, Paid Holidays, Credit Union Available, Retirement, Career Bonus, and Deferred Compensation.
Req Number: 67244

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