The Adult Day Program Manager is responsible for planning and implementing policies, procedures, training, and development related to all phases of the Day Treatment and Training program for Adults (DTA) under the guidance of the Adult Day Program Director. The Adult Day Program Manager ensures staff coverage and that all day-to-day programmatic requirements and issues are complete. The Adult Day Program Manager will effectively address and resolve all concerns within the DTA and transportation to, from, and within the program. The DTA service provides specialized sensory-motor, cognitive, communicative, social interaction and behavioral training to promote skill development in individuals with developmental disabilities. All responsibilities will be performed with the utmost quality and with respect to member safety, rights, and choices.
1. Assists in planning, coordinating and implementing the daily curriculum in the Adult Day Program.
2. Prepares daily reports detailing individual activities; handles emergencies as needed.
3. Assist the Director with recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training, and retaining qualified staff to meet the specific needs of each member.
4. Hold Direct Care Workers accountable for the expectations of their job- the provision of safe, quality services that meet the needs of each individual member. Implement progressive disciplinary action, when necessary, and refer repeat concerns to the Director.
5. Handle all staff and member concerns, and the day-to-day challenges that arise in the program.
6. Attend ISP team meetings, create appropriate habilitation goals, write strategies for the goals, create data collection sheets, train Direct Care Workers on how to run and collect data on the goals, and submit required documents to the Division of Developmental Disabilities.
7. Regularly audit files and maintain compliance with requirements of staff and member files.
8. Offer choices, respect preferences, and communicate effectively with the members, their caregivers, and the Division of Developmental Disabilities.
9. Handle transportation invoices and ensure transportation route efficiency.
10. Performs special projects as directed by the Day Service Director.
1. Maintain professionalism at all times while representing Family Partners, LLC.
2. Maintain and work within the program’s budget.
3. Possess organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.
4. Must have outstanding communication and social skills.
5. Initiate tasks necessary for the program to run efficiently.
A Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field is preferred. Experience working with the developmentally disabled population is required. The Adult Day Program Manager must have knowledge of the company policies and procedures. The Adult Day Program Manager must have a valid Arizona Driver’s License, and must have a reliable means of transportation with current insurance and registration. The Adult Day Program Manager must complete Article Nine Training, and Certification in Adult/Child/Infant CPR, and First Aid. The Adult Day Program Manager must have the ability to address more than one project at a time while prioritizing the demands and issues in a busy operating environment.
This description is intended to be a general statement about this job and not to be considered a detailed assignment. It may be modified by Family Partners to adjust for necessary changes. I understand the above are job requirements and, at this time, I know of no limitations that would prevent me from performing these functions with or without accommodation.