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Residential Supervisor

Job Description

The Cottage Supervisor is responsible for the delivery of all cottage services for assigned residents. They are to ensure residents receive services within a program defined by Carson Valley Children’s Aid, as required by regulatory mandates and demanded by best practices which reflect individual treatment and service plan needs. In conjunction with Campus Leadership, they are responsible for the coordination of the day-to-day functioning of the cottage operations and programming.  The Cottage Supervisor provides staff with leadership for the provision of services to Cottage Residents within the mandates required by Agency Policy. The Cottage Supervisor assists the Cottage team members in meeting their assigned duties.


Essential Job Functions:


•         Maintains a climate wherein resident needs are the priority. Activities and services are delivered in a consistent and timely manner. Resident availability for all scheduled services and programs are guaranteed.


•         Guarantee the involvement of all residents and Youth Care Workers in meeting fire, health, and safety requirements.


•         Completes all required documentation in a timely, appropriate and professional manner.


-          Ensures the completion of same by Youth Care Workers.


•         Advocates for and promotes communication of all issues relevant to resident needs.


•         Assists with orientation, supervision, training, development and evaluation of Youth Care Workers.  He/ She actively seeks to provide learning and advancement opportunities for Cottage team members. Recognizes needs and participates in advancing personal training and development.


•         Works collaboratively with Human Resource to assign Youth Care Workers as required by program and Agency standards. Works collaboratively to track and submit time cards in the Paycom System.


•         Accountable for physical property and status of all areas within the Cottage.


•         Maintains awareness of and ensures the consistent communication and implementation of approved cottage policy and procedures.


•         Meets with other Agency program staff to ensure cooperation with, participation in and support for efforts made on behalf of residents. 


•         Meets regularly with Youth Care Workers, individually and as a team, according to Campus Supervision policy. 


•         Meets weekly with Sr. Cottage Supervisor for communication, direction and supervision.


•         Provides for ongoing assessment, review, alteration, modification of program services and communicates all changes in writing.


•         Ensures that all personnel are informed, trained and accountable for all required documentation; this includes mandated resident documentation, Agency reports and collaboration with other program areas. 



  • Assures continued compliance with and successful evaluations by external licensing and monitoring agencies: 

  • Participates in all evaluations by external agencies, inviting participation by other appropriate program staff. 

  • Develops new, and secures approval for, existing, policies and procedures, when necessary. 

  • Serves on agency Focus Teams as assigned/appropriate.

  • Ensures agency compliance with all requirements of the concurrent review process.

  • Assures availability and maintenance of quality staff.

  • Recommends to the Sr. Cottage Supervisor when action affecting employment status is required and does so in accordance with agency approved personnel practices.

  • Assures sound fiscal management:


Job Requirements

 


Education/Experience Requirements:


B.A. degree in Human Services’ field preferred, and at least three (3) years of related experience, preferably in a residential treatment setting, or, an Associate’s degree in Child Care or Human Services and at least eight (8) years of increasingly responsible child care experience, preferably in a residential treatment setting. They must have a valid driver’s license.


 


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:



  • Must have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

  • Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook)

  •  Must be able to work well under pressure and work collaboratively with direct reports and lateral positions.

  •   Must work flexible hours as needed, including days, evening and weekends.

  • Must have comprehensive understanding of all relevant licensing requirements for Community Behavioral Health, Department of Human Services and the State Department of Human Services, Magellan Healthcare and Community Umbrella Agencies, as relevant to the assigned cottage.


Valid driver's license required.
EOE

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Pay Type Year
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Company Overview

Carson Valley Children’s Aid

Robert and Isabel Carson, trolley magnates in Philadelphia, created a legacy in the early 1900’s to provide a safe-place for children on 100 picturesque acres in rural Flourtown, Pennsylvania, thereby creating the Carson College for Orphaned Girls in 1917. Elsa Ueland was the organization's first Director and lead the agency from 1917-1958. Her words continue to remain relevant as she said, "The age of adolescence is the most plastic period of life. Learn More

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Job Description

The Cottage Supervisor is responsible for the delivery of all cottage services for assigned residents. They are to ensure residents receive services within a program defined by Carson Valley Children’s Aid, as required by regulatory mandates and demanded by best practices which reflect individual treatment and service plan needs. In conjunction with Campus Leadership, they are responsible for the coordination of the day-to-day functioning of the cottage operations and programming.  The Cottage Supervisor provides staff with leadership for the provision of services to Cottage Residents within the mandates required by Agency Policy. The Cottage Supervisor assists the Cottage team members in meeting their assigned duties.


Essential Job Functions:


•         Maintains a climate wherein resident needs are the priority. Activities and services are delivered in a consistent and timely manner. Resident availability for all scheduled services and programs are guaranteed.


•         Guarantee the involvement of all residents and Youth Care Workers in meeting fire, health, and safety requirements.


•         Completes all required documentation in a timely, appropriate and professional manner.


-          Ensures the completion of same by Youth Care Workers.


•         Advocates for and promotes communication of all issues relevant to resident needs.


•         Assists with orientation, supervision, training, development and evaluation of Youth Care Workers.  He/ She actively seeks to provide learning and advancement opportunities for Cottage team members. Recognizes needs and participates in advancing personal training and development.


•         Works collaboratively with Human Resource to assign Youth Care Workers as required by program and Agency standards. Works collaboratively to track and submit time cards in the Paycom System.


•         Accountable for physical property and status of all areas within the Cottage.


•         Maintains awareness of and ensures the consistent communication and implementation of approved cottage policy and procedures.


•         Meets with other Agency program staff to ensure cooperation with, participation in and support for efforts made on behalf of residents. 


•         Meets regularly with Youth Care Workers, individually and as a team, according to Campus Supervision policy. 


•         Meets weekly with Sr. Cottage Supervisor for communication, direction and supervision.


•         Provides for ongoing assessment, review, alteration, modification of program services and communicates all changes in writing.


•         Ensures that all personnel are informed, trained and accountable for all required documentation; this includes mandated resident documentation, Agency reports and collaboration with other program areas. 



  • Assures continued compliance with and successful evaluations by external licensing and monitoring agencies: 

  • Participates in all evaluations by external agencies, inviting participation by other appropriate program staff. 

  • Develops new, and secures approval for, existing, policies and procedures, when necessary. 

  • Serves on agency Focus Teams as assigned/appropriate.

  • Ensures agency compliance with all requirements of the concurrent review process.

  • Assures availability and maintenance of quality staff.

  • Recommends to the Sr. Cottage Supervisor when action affecting employment status is required and does so in accordance with agency approved personnel practices.

  • Assures sound fiscal management:


Job Requirements

 


Education/Experience Requirements:


B.A. degree in Human Services’ field preferred, and at least three (3) years of related experience, preferably in a residential treatment setting, or, an Associate’s degree in Child Care or Human Services and at least eight (8) years of increasingly responsible child care experience, preferably in a residential treatment setting. They must have a valid driver’s license.


 


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:



  • Must have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

  • Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook)

  •  Must be able to work well under pressure and work collaboratively with direct reports and lateral positions.

  •   Must work flexible hours as needed, including days, evening and weekends.

  • Must have comprehensive understanding of all relevant licensing requirements for Community Behavioral Health, Department of Human Services and the State Department of Human Services, Magellan Healthcare and Community Umbrella Agencies, as relevant to the assigned cottage.


Valid driver's license required.
EOE

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