House Manager (Apply Online)
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- Reports directly to Program Coordinator.
- Interaction with consumers during shift.
- Trains new staff/transferring staff on client specifics, which include the ISP, BSP and medication specific training.
- Reports any consumer problems to the Program Coordinator.
- Update and complete inventory sheets.
- Carrying out individual service plans (ISP). This includes all goals, training plans and correspondence.
- All House Manager’s shall sign off on all required documents in regards to the consumer in which they are providing services for. Examples are but not limited to: Memos, ISP’s, BSP’s, and Team Meeting Notes.
- Constant security checks –
- Alarms in place and working. (As appropriate)
- Supervision in place. (As appropriate)
- Sharps locked up. (As appropriate)
- Meds and/or chemicals locked up. (As appropriate)
- House Managers are to meet with the Comptroller and ensure receipts are turned in and any COH is counted monthly.
- Collaborate with the Program Coordinator on behavioral issues concerning consumers.
- Report all incidents to the Clinical Officer for Incident Report Writing Review.
- Completion of required documentation forms, including but not limited to: homemaker/personal care, incident reporting, skill development, medication logs, communication logs, etc.
- Weekly review of HPC, MAR, BSP and skill docs to ensure adequate documentation.
- Turn in monthly paperwork to Office Manager.
- Puts in new documentation in the documentation book
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- Assistance with consumer meal preparation.
- Follow/ensure diets are followed
- Assist consumers in shopping needs.
- Assistance with consumer recreation needs.
- Assistance with daily living skills.
- Assistance with transporting the consumers to medical appointments, meetings, recreational activities, visits with family and friends, church, etc.
- Assist with finding coverage for doctor appointments.
- Checks previous staff to ensure meds were administered.
- A visual check of the consumer must take place prior to going in the community to ensure clean clothes, appropriate clothes for the weather and hygiene.
- Pass meds
- Making sure that any new medications are being passed correctly and documented properly on the MAR.
- Notifying the Program Coordinator when medications and medical supplies have 7 or less days remaining.
- Ensuring that there is a complete first aid kit in the home.
- Ensures that Medical Forms are in the home and staff have been delegated to take consumers to appointments when appropriate and that medical appointment forms are being turned in.
- Ensuring that all left over food and all food that is stored are labeled and stored properly. IE Date and description of food.
- Attend all mandatory meetings: All Staff Meetings and House Meetings.
- Adhere to confidentiality guidelines, as outlined by organization policy and HIPPA regulations.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Valid proof of auto insurance.
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- Must have a car while on shift.
- High school graduate or equivalent.
- Current certifications in: CPR, CPI, MUI, First Aid, Medication Administration, and Documentation Training.
- Serve as on call for individuals assigned
- All House Managers are required to comply with business casual dress while in the office or at team meetings.
- All other duties as directed either written or verbal.
By signing this statement I am acknowledging that I am able to perform all the job duties listed above and I meet the minimum requirements for employment.
Witness: _______________________________________ Date:__________________