- Eugene, OR, USA
A LITTLE ABOUT US:
Dungarvin is a national organization of privately owned companies that provide high quality, community-based supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, people who are faced with mental health, behavioral or significant medical challenges, and to children and their families. Because each individual we support is unique, we strive to provide services that are tailored to each person's own hopes, dreams, goals and needs. Under the support of Medicaid and Community Support Waivers Dungarvin is proud to create custom solutions to each person served.
In March 1976 our founders Tim and Diane Madden decided to start a business that would provide community housing for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through diligent research and planning Tim and Diane officially opened their first 15-person residential program in St. Paul, Minnesota, a mere 4 months later. For the next 3 years Tim and Diane lived as "houseparents" on the ground level of that home; on a mattress on the floor! Through the success of that program Dungarvin has grown to employ approximately 4,000 people who currently provide supports to over 4,712 individuals across 14 states with their continues leadership.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
To be ultimately responsible for the management of all assigned office and program services personnel.
a. Hire, orient, and supervise program directors and assigned support staff.
b. Provide training and support to program directors and assigned staff, assisting them in developing and maintaining a program that maximizes the benefits to individuals.
2. Responsibility: To be responsible for the operational and financial aspects of the program services.
a. Consult with the state director concerning long-term financial and operational issues.
b. Supervise the day-to-day financial management of the service element carried out by the personnel, including the provision of necessary training and assistance.
c. Inform the state director of the financial needs of the facility.
d. Work cooperatively with other directors in coordinating the organizations services and resources to maximize the benefit to each facility and program.
3. Responsibility: To provide appropriate input and recommendations to the state director on philosophy and policy development.
a. Develop personnel management procedures consistent with organizational philosophy and policies, and assure follow-through.
b. Keep state director/team of directors informed of all significant events and issues.
c. Seek guidance and assistance from the state director, as appropriate, to assure consistency in promoting philosophy and policies.
4. To assure that the philosophy and policies set down by the state director are fulfilled in the all services
a. Develop operational procedures consistent with regulatory standards and organizational policies, and assure follow through.
5. To assure the services meets licensure and certification standards.
a. Monitor the physical plant maintenance and improvement, assuring compliance with regulatory agencies, consumer safety and organizational standards.
b. Meet with and respond to regulatory agencies concerning licensure and certification, keeping the state director informed of all significant issues.
c. Develop admission and release procedures consistent with organizational philosophy and policies, and assure follow through.
6. To represent the organization a professional, responsible manner to personnel, outside agencies, and the community.
7. To promote a positive, supportive attitude toward individuals, personnel, parents, all services, and the organization.
a. Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings, as appropriate, to assist service personnel and consumers.
b. Respond to emergency situations in a timely and responsible manner, providing guidance, assistance, and support to consumers and other personnel.
c. Supervise the use of service consultants for the benefit of individuals and all services providers.
8. To provide leadership and direction in promoting the concepts, beliefs, and purpose of the program and organization.
a. Participate in staff meetings, as appropriate, to provide training and share information with program services staff.
b. Attend and participate in applicable ongoing education, a minimum of 40 hours per year.
9. To provide leadership in maintaining open and honest communication throughout the organization.
10. To practice sound management techniques and principles in carrying out all duties and responsibilities.
11. To keep self and others in the organization informed of issues and situation this field, support services, and the community that may affect the facility and/or organization.
A Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services field and two years experience in a related field, as determined by the state director. Must have good decision-making and communication skills, be responsible, mature, flexible and have management experience. Prior experience in developmental disabilities services is desired.
Full-time organizational position (may serve more than one home). The director’s schedule must be flexible to accommodate various facility, personnel, and organizational needs. Usual hours are 8:30a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Benefits Include: Medical insurance, dental, vision, 401k, paid time off, sick time, employee assistance program, mileage reimbursement, etc.