Fraser clients have bright futures, you can too!
Fraser, a Minnesota non-profit organization provides comprehensive education, healthcare, and housing services to children and adults with special needs. It is our vision to build a world where all people have equal opportunity and choice to realize their dreams to live, work, learn and play as members of our community.
Overview: The Home and Community Supports Program is seeking a qualified Supportive Living Program Coordinator (supervisor) to provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation in a manner that complies with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters established by the board of directors. Program Coordinator must be qualified to do all QMRP duties.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THIS JOB:
1. Develop and supervise routine operations for residential service sites that assure active treatment for each person served.
2. Coordinate and facilitate person-centered planning sessions at least annually and periodically as determined by the interdisciplinary team of each person receiving services
3. Develop and assure documentation of individualized risk management plans for each person receiving services in accordance with regulatory guidelines.
4. Assure accurate implementation of each person’s outcome-based recommendations and individualized risk management plan.
5. Provide supervision to Direct Support Professionals.
6. Collaborate with the Director and Program Manager of Home & Community Supports regarding all discharges and new admissions.
7. Collaborate with the accounting department to assure accurate financial management at service sites.
8. Complete annual in-service and education requirements.
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ALL FRASER EMPLOYEES:
1. Serve as an example of the Fraser Employee Credo: “I am passionate for the client. I am committed to success. I value relationships.”
2. Comply with all Fraser policies and procedure requirements, and any applicable regulations.
3. Serve as an advocate for clients served.
4. Actively support Fraser’s mission, strategies and change initiatives.
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ALL FRASER SUPERVISORS:
1. Create and support a functional team that works together to support the Fraser mission, values, and culture.
2. Collaborate with Human Resources in staff recruitment and retention, staff development, employee relations and cultural development initiatives.
3. Promote professional growth and job satisfaction of staff through mentoring, motivating, developing and coaching.
4. Monitor and ensure individual staff and team productivity or other performance criteria is met.
5. Ensure quality training for all staff, in accordance with regulatory and Fraser requirements and standards.
LOCATION: This position provides supervision and leadership for Fraser’s Supportive Living, located in the Hopkins area for tenants with disabilities.
SCHEDULE: Exempt, full-time schedule: This person must be available to work Monday-Friday to accommodate client needs & team meetings. Weekend and evening flexibility is a must. This position includes some on-call hours.
1. BA/BS in social work, special education, psychology, nursing, human services, or other fields related to the education and treatment of individuals with disabilities.
2. Minimum of two (2) years of full-time work experience with an individual/s with a developmental disability required. A minimum of one of the two years of experience must include service coordination or management of waiver services. Also must be QMRP qualified.
3. Excellent verbal and written communication skills using the English language, attention to detail and organizational skills.
4. Ability to perform basic mathematical skills, interpret accounting reports, and provide accurate billing information.
5. Ability to perform office related duties as well as carry out responsibilities in home and community based settings.
6. Ability to perform office related duties as well as carry out responsibilities in home and community based settings. Ability to work off-site and travel as needed.
7. Ability to understand and implement all related regulations according to Fraser policy and procedures.
8. Ability to achieve and maintain a status of “not disqualified” upon completion of criminal background studies.
9. Possession of a valid Driver’s License and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record consistent with Fraser policy.
This position is posted at www.fraser.org/employment until filled.
In addition to serving with passion for our clients, Fraser also has growth in mind. Our diverse range of services, our established partnerships within the community, the innovation used in providing services, and the foundational values of respect and quality lead Fraser to experience continued growth and success. In 2011, Fraser experienced approximately 5% employee growth. This gives us strength as an organization, even in tough economic times.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer.