- High School Diploma or GED
- Developmental Disabilities Experience
- Driver's License
- Licensed Psychiatric Technician
- Supervising Experience
- Flexible Spending Account
- Health Insurance
- Paid Time Off
- Vision Insurance
- Life Insurance
Elwyn is an internationally recognized nonprofit human services organization that offers its employees an opportunity to serve the community in a meaningful way while receiving great benefits and countless opportunities to grow both personally and professionally.
The Organization: Since 1852, Elwyn has helped people with autism, intellectual, developmental, and behavioral challenges lead meaningful lives.
The Position: We're looking for a Program Administrator to lead and manage the overall operations of our Enhanced Behavioral Support Home in Santa Rosa, Ca.
Minimum (2) two-year experience providing direct care or supervision to individuals with developmental disabilities.
Supervisory or administrative experience required.
Must be eligible for Group Home licenser in the state of California or hold a valid Adult Residential Administrator Certificate.
Responsible for the overall management of the Enhanced Behavioral Support Home
Ensures the health, well-being, and safety of residents;
Maintains regular communication with Elwyn management, resident's conservators and other outside agency representatives;
Manages staffing and labor hours to provide high-quality supports and services; Trains and mentors direct support professional staff;
Completes Personnel actions when needed. Ensures all staff understand and follow house rules.
About the Program: An Enhanced Behavioral Supports Home (EBSH) serves adults with intellectual disabilities and co-occurring psychiatric, behavioral, and emotional challenges. An EBSH program offers a higher level of intensive services to support the challenging behaviors this population may present that cannot be managed in other types of community settings.
How to Apply
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Complete the Online Employment Application (this includes finishing the entire application, and uploading your resume/cover letter).
Non-profit human service experience highly preferred
Certification/ License / Education:
Must have current Registered Behavior Technician OR Licensed Psychiatric Technician OR Qualified Behavior Modification Professional licensing and certificate.
Driver's License (Required)
Must have High School Diploma or GED
Act as a "Mandated Reporter" (SOC 341), ensuring that any suspicion of or knowledge of suspected abuse is reported in accordance with the law and program policies.
Ability to complete all training as required by applicable regulations, including, but not limited to, DSP1 and DSP2, First Aid, and CPR/AED.
Complete a DOJ and FBI fingerprint and criminal clearance and a health screening, including a TB test.
Must be 21 years or older and have current, valid driver's license in the state of residence, three years
Who We Are
Elwyn California is a subsidiary of Elwyn, a premier non-profit human services organization dedicated to serving children and adults with special needs. Elwyn was founded in 1852, providing innovative services for people with developmental disabilities since its inception.
We believe that all people deserve an opportunity to build meaningful, independent lives. Individuals and families find support through Elwyn California programs to learn, work, and live as they choose and as independently as possible.
Elwyn California Mission Statement: Maximizing potential through personal commitment, collective talents, and innovation, Elwyn California supports individuals with diverse challenges in shaping distinctive, meaningful lives.
Elwyn California Vision Statement: Through partnerships with families, communities, and government, Elwyn California will be the provider of choice for people with diverse challenges.
Who We Serve
Elwyn California Residential Programs: Elwyn California provides care for people with Developmental Disabilities and skilled nursing needs via a sophisticated, state of the art, alternative model of care. People live in single-family homes, with individual bedrooms and all the typical "home-like" amenities, as opposed to having to live in larger congregate hospital-like settings.
Likewise, our employees enjoy a smaller, more personal and home-like working environment, as well as the opportunity to provide a very high level of quality care based upon the smaller number of residents (typically 4-5 per home) and the high staff to resident ratio.
What We Offer
We value our employees and offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
Medical, Dental, Vision
Generous PTO plan including holidays, personal, and sick days
Employer-paid life insurance plan
Retirement Plan (403b)
Flexible Spending Accounts for healthcare, childcare and commuter expenses
Appreciation events, and more
Equal Opportunity Employer
Elwyn, California is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE/M/F/D/V
We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.