Position title
Assistant House Managers

The Assistant House Manager is a first level Supervisory position at a home / apartment. He/ She may oversee more than one home /apartment under the direct oversight of a House Manager.


Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Performs the duties of a Direct Support Professional daily
  • Oversees the operations of group homes and personnel;
  • Oversees and monitors client finances; Monitors all client medical charts;
  • Coordinates, schedule and attends medical appointments with Individuals
  • Performs duties of Residential Supervisor, as needed;
  • Prepares work schedule
  • Attends staff meeting, providing input and ideas;
  • Oversees the maintenance of group home and auto vehicles;
  • Maintains inventory of resident clothing needs;
  • Maintains communication with family and friends of clients;
  • Attends quarterly and annual meetings with service recipients;
  • Oversees the purchase of group home groceries, supplies, and equipment;
  • Attends prescribed training on programs;
  • Transports residents to various destinations as directed;
  • Responds to emergencies situations as needed;
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

Additional Job Responsibilities

  • Knowledge of proper methods to train developmentally disabled individuals;
  • Knowledge of crisis intervention techniques;
  • Knowledge of laws and regulations governing the operations of group homes for developmentally disabled individuals;
  • Knowledge of Individual Program Plans (IPPs);
  • Ability to review all client accounts and financial records;
  • Ability to maintain and review records of client activities;
  • Ability to review and monitor program data collection, enter new programs into data books, and reconcile data;
  • Ability to oversee the operations of assigned personnel;
  • Ability to follow all personnel policies and rules of the organization;
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality;
  • Ability to satisfactorily complete all necessary in-service training, and ability to obtain CPR and basic first aid and medication administration certification;
  • Must be able to lift 50 Ibs
  • Must be able to stand, bend, reach high for items at different times during tour of work
  • Possession of a valid driver's license and a demonstrated safe driving record.

Education and Experience

  • Some College Course work in Health Care or Human services or management (Preferred)
  • 3 years working in human services, preferably with adults or children with disabilities
  • High school diploma, or equivalent with 3-5 years progressive experience in human services
Job Benefits

Company Paid Medical Insurance

Dental Insurance


Paid Time Off

Paid Holidays


Human Resources@tobolainc.com


Employment Type
Health and Human services
Job Location
Multiple Locations, Delaware
Working Hours
3PM - 11PM, every other weekend (Some day shifts included)
Date posted
March 4, 2021
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