JOB POSTING: Residential Program Director, Morning Star Boys’ Ranch, Spokane, WA

JOB POSTING: Residential Program Director, Morning Star Boys’ Ranch, Spokane, WA
 
Description

Oversee Residential sites and ensures local, State and Federal operations compliance.  Provide supervision, training to residential management team. Provide professional development training, written performance feedback and work performance assessments. Implement organization management and systems operations providing department audits, development of guidelines and Performance Quality Improvement standards. Development and implement guidelines and policies with the purpose of ensuring that the residential programs are in compliance with all government regulations, as well as maintaining alignment with Morning Star Boys Ranch mission. Follow-up on assessments made on the agency’s operations and program, provides various reports, identifies problems and takes corrective action. Responsible for residential program budget and managing expenditures within the department budget allowance. Provide assistance in hiring and terminating employees. Ensure that employees receive orientation, development, and training. Review complaints made by client or other representative(s) and takes action to address the complaint. Provide written plans for continuous quality improvement. Observes and interacts with client, staff and other individuals as necessary to ensure the quality of care for client and program services. 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: include but are not limited to the following:

  • Maintain confidentiality in department matters in compliance with Health and Human Services, Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance and meets requirements of all other county and State Agencies
  • Assess and implement program guidelines and practices according to current policy
  • Provide monthly written reports on data collections from Residential Program on Incident Reports, Safety, Damages, vehicle concerns
  • Review, approve and train on Incident Reports for accuracy, compliance, safety and responsible for reporting
  • Develop and oversee operational budget and its capital expenditures for all residential sites
  • Review, assess, develop, implement, and approve all residential program written policies and procedures with input from department heads
  • Work with Human Resources department to employ qualified personnel to meet the provision of quality care to the residents, including conducting interviews and assisting in the onboarding process
  • Assure compliance with Federal, State, County, and local regulations pertaining to the operation of the agency and inform appropriate staff of applicable additions, deletions, or changes to such regulations
  • Make certain that all federal, state, accreditation, and agency regulations and policies are known and practiced by staff and residents
  • Respond in a timely manner to all calls and inquiries
  • Provide input on intake of new clients
  • Transport clients in agency or personal vehicle
  • CPI training, re-certification, and annual trainings
  • Scheduling staff and timecards
  • Execution of the annual work plan and assist in developing strategic goals and objectives.
  • Determination of milieu and behavior management models and working with managers and other staff to help with safety plan, behavior improvement, goals and objectives
  • Prepare resident supervision plans (e.g. 1:1, 2:1)
  • Interface successfully with schools, principals, teachers and district leadership to ensure residents receive appropriate education goals
  • Interface with agriculture and 4-H staff to develop and successfully execute agriculture
  • Plan and execution of all residential programs
  • Review case notes and debriefs
  • Basic computer operation knowledge to prepare documentation
  • Excellent, professional written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
  • Sound decision making ability
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s in psychology, social work, or related field from an accredited college or university
  • At least three years administrative experience or supervisory experience over social work, direct care and/or support staff providing direct services to client in an agency or community care facility with a licensed capacity of six or more.

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