Primary Location: United States-CA-CABakersfield
Loyd's Liberty Homes
Loyds Liberty Homes is seeking a Program Director (also known as QIDP) to provide supervision to assigned staff and support the development of and oversee the implementation of service plans.
Ensures comprehensive active treatment is provided to consumers.
Evaluates consumer behaviors, skills and person-specific training objectives, behavior support plans, and crisis plans as appropriate.
Provides resources for staff concerning theories and current research relevant to program development.
Maintains knowledge of clinical standards and ensures compliance in terms of treatment interventions with all regulatory, contractual, corporate, and legal requirements.
Assists with all legal, licensing, regulatory, and certifications activities as needed.
Monitors plan of correction for ongoing compliance.
Develops and maintains working relationships with all clients, families, funding sources and regulatory agencies, as appropriate, and monitors their satisfaction with services.
Completes ongoing required documentation for each consumer, such as monthly documentation and progress notes.
Ensures that all records are accurate, up-to-date, and in compliance with legal and corporate requirements.
Submits incident reports as required and follows up on resolution.
Completes other duties that may be assigned as necessary.
May do one or more of the following:
Assign caseloads to staff and evaluate performance for quality assurance purposes.
Facilitate the Interdisciplinary (ID) Team process. Review, evaluate and document consumer progress.
Lead ID Team and Human Rights Committee (HRC) and ensure quarterly HRC review process is complete and in compliance with regulations.
Assist with recruitment and selection of staff and conduct new employee orientation.
Manage on-going staff training.
Qualifications:What We Require of You:
Bachelor’s degree in human services or therapy related field
Two-years of human service-delivery experience required
Meets QMRP/QIDP requirements, including at least one year of experience working with persons with mental retardation or other developmental disabilities
Valid driver's license
Access to a registered vehicle with proof of insurance
Pass a background check fingerprint clearance with DOJ/FBI, physical and TB screening
Ability to maintain a punctual and good attendance record
Ability to remain calm in stressful situations
Ability to provide supports for persons with potentially aggressive behaviors
Provide on-call 24 hours per day 7 days per week
What We Offer You
A rewarding work environment with some of the best co-workers you could ask for
A chance to make a difference in people's lives on a daily basis
Full compensation/benefits package, including 401(k) with company matching
Annual bonus plans
Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay
An opportunity to build lasting relationship with your co-workers and the people we serve
Free training, career development and advancement opportunities
Access to jobs throughout the nation-wide Network
We have a great work environment and you'll be surrounded with a strong and supportive team of peers, leaders and colleagues.