Program Coordinator Residential Services (RHC118)
GENERAL SUMMARY:Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Independent Living Program. Responsible for assuring the care, treatment, safety, and protection of clients. Coordinates the program's activities with Mosaic, Sheppard Pratt Health System, and community resources.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:1. Responsible for the management of assigned service program. Directs, plans, evaluates, and monitors program's clinical and administrative activities according to the established policies and procedures, and communicates with all clinical practitioners. 2. Participates in short and long-range clinical program planning and program evaluation. 3. Monitors program revenues and expenses, monitors and analyze variances. Provides input into budget planning. 4. Selects, trains, schedules, directs, and appraises the performance and when necessary the discipline and discharge of program staff. Schedules staff to provide 24-hour supervision and treatment. 5. Monitors use and maintenance of the assigned facilities; ensures compliance with applicable health and safety standards. 6. Oversees the clinical aspects of the assigned Program: * Screens, admits, and discharges referred youth and complete all related paperwork * Creating of the resident’s Individual Rehabilitation Plan in collaboration with all members of the client’s treatment team including but not limited to treating therapist, psychiatrist, placement worker, and community resources. * Complete monthly treatment notes focusing on all progress made toward clients identified goals. * Attends external treatment or educational meetings as needed. * Organizes and monitors resident program activities. 7. Responsible for the oversight of reports, communications, and documentation of resident treatment and progress. Prepares written reports related to quality assurance and the status of program operations. 8. Provides leadership in supervising, and monitoring the behavior of residents. Assures expectations and program rules are clearly defined and adhered to. 9. Maintains professional education and competence through participation in ongoing meetings, workshops, and seminars. 10. Keeps abreast of current trends and developments in the field. 11. Will perform other direct job related duties as is assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:1. Work requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, and at least 3 years experience in the humans services field with at least 2 of the years in a supervisory or administrative capacity; or a master’s degree from an accredited college or university, and at least 1 year of experience in a supervisory or administrative capacity. Possession of current Mental Health licensure is preferred. 2. Work requires knowledge of psychiatric social work principles and knowledge of behavioral rehabilitation principles, psychosocial therapies, and modalities sufficient to interact effectively with residents with a wide range of pathology and aberrant patterns of behavior. 3. Work requires the ability to plan and supervise all phases of a human service provider program, to evaluate, modify, or initiate, services as required, supervisory and administrative ability, as well as some familiarity with information systems and simple accounting procedures--normally acquired through approximately two to three years of responsible clinical/ administrative experience in a psychosocial or similar program. 4. Work requires interpersonal skills sufficient to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all Mosaic departments which impact on the assigned Program (e.g., Human Resources, Accounting, etc.), resident’s family, other programs and external agencies (e.g. DSS, DJS, DHR, etc…) to discuss mutual problems, to serve as an advocate for the clients and Program, and to provide direct clinical care services. 5. Must have a current, active driver’s license at the time of hire with 3 or fewer points on it.
WORKING CONDITIONS:1. Normal activity-center environment, where there is no physical discomfort due to temperature, dust or noise. Depending on position may have some exposure to cigarette smoke in area designated for client smoking. 2. Works in resident care environment where there is some exposure to communicable diseases. 3. Depending on specific assignment, work requires travel between programs and services.
REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:1. Reports to Program Director of Residential Services 2. Responsible for staff of assigned service program.
- Pay Type Salary
- Harford County, MD, USA