As a Program Coordinator the primary job responsibility, is to provide quality residential care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and consistently look for innovative resources and means for the expansion of services for these targeted disability group. The Program Coordinator leads the team of Direct Support Professionals and Assistant House Managers, and House Managers to empower each person supported to direct his or her life in support of their vision and the TOBOLA mission. As a leader, the Program Coordinator has the capacity to turn a person’s vision into reality, influence others and effect change.
- Support and implement the TOBOLA mission while empowering each person supported to direct his or her own life.
- The Program Coordinator supervises the House Manager, Assistant House Manager and the direct support professionals.
- Maintain supports in compliance with DDS (DE-DDDS) Licensure Standards and any other standards and regulations which apply.Maintain and account for all documentation for certification, regulations, standards, and TOBOLA policy.
- Ensure effective operation of supports by leading and scheduling staff; assigning and evaluating their work; and providing them professional guidance.
- Hire, evaluate, reward, discipline, and terminate employees.
- Plan, encourage, and support training and staff development programs, using knowledge of the effectiveness of methods such as classroom training, demonstrations, on-the-job training, meetings, conferences, mentoring and workshops.
- Ensuring staff attends and completes all required training and ongoing professional development activities.
- Oversee routine maintenance of a person’s home, furnishings, and equipment.
- Oversee routine maintenance and safety of TOBOLA owned or leased vehicles.
- Oversee the proper accounting of TOBOLA resources and funds of the persons supported according to TOBOLA’s policies and procedures.
- Complete required documentation in a timely manner.
- Schedule and lead team meetings on a weekly or bi-weekly basis and participate in Managers’ meetings as requested by the Executive Director or designee.
- Maintain optimal communication and cooperative working relationships with the team, family, guardians and other stakeholders.
- Always represent TOBOLA in a positive and professional manner.
- Accept and perform on-call responsibilities.
- Coordinate the appropriate staffing coverage to assure mission focused supports.
- Computer skills including but not limited to Microsoft Office, web-based applications, general windows skills.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree in human services (Preferred)
- Associate degree in Human Services plus minimum 2 years’ supervisory experience working with Individuals with disabilities, and
- 3 years working in human services, preferably with adults or children with disabilities
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Paid Holidays
- Medical Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Voluntary Life Insurance
- Short-term Disability
- Employee Assistant Program
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Employee Appreciation Program
email - HumanResources@tobolainc.com
Phone - (302)389-8448 ext 1
fax - (302)389-8553