Oversee the administrative management of assigned ICF/DD facility. Supervise
the development and implementation of each client's Individual Program Plan (IPP) by integrating
services in accordance with their individual service plan. Oversee the continuity and quality of client
1. Bachelor degree in a field related to human services or developmental disabilities.
2. Minimum of 1 year direct experience in the care and training of persons with developmental
3. Must meet State and Federal requirements as a Qualified Mental Retardation Professional
4. Must be fingerprinted and receive a criminal record clearance.
5. Able to work a flexible schedule including week-ends.
6. Possess a valid driver’s license, drive and have reliable transportation.
1. Assure that the facility is in compliance with state and federal licensing requirements. Participate
in the facility licensing processes.
2. Participate in the screening of potential facility residents. Complete all pre-admission and
3. Review client and employee incident reports and take appropriate, timely corrective action.
Notify administrative services promptly of all injuries or unusual occurrences. Assure that all
employee injuries are reported and that Workers’ Compensation material is completed timely.
4. Participate in the On-Call Supervisor program.
5. Be knowledgeable of and maintain facility budgets within established perimeters.
6. Remain current with trends and advancements in the field of developmental disabilities as well
as changes in pertinent state and federal licensing regulations. Attend relevant conferences,
workshops, interagency and interdepartmental meetings.
7. Oversee all aspects of implementation of the Individual Service Plan (ISP) for each client.
Including 30-day, semiannual and annual ISP reviews; IDT meetings and subsequent
8. Complete required, daily, monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annual program documentation
and other required reports in a timely manner.
9. Coordinate and assure service implementation with outside services (school and day programs)
through regular monitoring and progress reviews and attendance at outside IEP/ISP meetings.
10. Coordinate and assure service implementation with contracted consultants (Occupational and
Physical Therapy; Speech Pathology and Psychological services).
11. Facilitate client participation in community outings and recreational activities.
12. Coordinate with appropriate vendors and funding agents for the procurement and
maintenance of adaptive equipment required by the client. Assist with minor client equipment
13. Assist in interviewing, hiring, orientation, ongoing training, direct staff supervision and
performance reviews for all staff in assigned facilities.
14. Work with the RN as a team in providing for the overall care of each client.
15. Provide direct care assistance as needed.
16. Insure staff adherence to client schedules, use of specified materials, and accurate data
collection methods. Conduct regular audits and follow up with staff on any errors, or
discrepancies in data collection.
17. Maintain facility staffing requirements by scheduling and adjusting staff as needed.
In-service and Training
18. Attend and conduct, as assigned, regularly scheduled facility and agency in-services.
19. Assist in the orientation, training and mentoring of other QMRP staff as requested.
20. Oversee general household maintenance, physical site safety and supply requisition. Report all
home maintenance issues to management.
21. Assure that staff are properly trained in the ordering of food items and the preparation of client
22. Maintain open, frequent communication with supervisor regarding concerns and general client
status; consultants and interdisciplinary team members (including outside agency caseworkers
and families) regarding client needs; and applicable school and adult day program personnel.
Act as liaison between staff, consultants and day programs.
23. Work cooperatively with all interagency departments, respecting the established chain of
24. Participate in the Human Rights Committee meetings.
In addition, all AOCS Inc.employees shall:
- Know the agency policies related to fire and safety and be able to carry out emergency
procedures when needed. Report any maintenance problems or safety hazards to immediate
- Know and adhere to the agency policies on Client’s Rights. Be able to interpret them to clients
and/or family members. Interact with each individual, with dignity and respect and never, under
any circumstances subject them to verbal, mental or physical abuse, neglect or mistreatment.
Report any observation or occurrence of rights violation immediately to direct supervisor or
appropriate administrative supervisor. Complete reporting requirements as a Mandated Reporter.
- Adhere to all agency policies and procedures. Follow service provision procedures as indicated in
agency Quality Assurance Program.
- Perform additional duties as assigned.