WHO ARE WE?
Buckeye Residential Solutions provides personalized care, support and services for individuals with developmental disabilities, in home, or at our facility. We take pride in helping individuals with personalized care, support, and services.
WHY SHOULD YOU WORK WITH US?
At Buckeye Residential Solutions, you are not just an employee- you truly are part of a family. Our organization was founded on integrity, and we strive to make each day better. Although you will technically be “working,” the days can feel more like a fun day with friends than being at a job. You will be playing a critical role in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities, and you will end each day knowing you made a difference. Aside from a fun, rewarding environment, you can also expect:
- Competitive compensation (including a sign-on bonus)!
- Medical benefits for full time employees
- 401k matching
- Paid time off
- Paid training
- Ongoing training and support to ensure you feel prepared and confident in your role
- Career advancement opportunities
As a House Manager, you will be responsible for the supervision, guidance, and training of Residential Specialists. This role will also require you to provide quality support services to clients served by Buckeye Residential Solutions. You will be a critical member of the team as you will have direct accountability for your staff and clients. You will also be expected to maintain accurate records as required by Buckeye Residential Solutions and any other governing agency such as DODD, ODHS, and County Case Management.
- Train new staff/transferring staff on client specifics, which include the ISP, BSP and medication specific training. Ensure staff is cross-trained at all houses for which you are responsible.
- Solve essential client issues and escalate irregular problems to the Residential Program Coordinator along with proposed solutions.
- Update and complete inventory sheets.
- Carry out individual service plans (ISP) including all goals, training plans and correspondence.
- Provide Constant security checks as described below:
- 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)
- Ensure receipts are turned in and any cash on hand is counted monthly.
- Collaborate with the Program Coordinator on behavioral issues concerning clients.
- Report all UIs and MUIs as required by law to Residential Program Coordinator for follow up.
- Completion of required documentation forms, including but not limited to: homemaker/personal care, incident reporting, skill development, medication logs, communication logs, etc.
- Weekly review, and where necessary correction of, all information required for regulatory compliance purposes to ensure adequate documentation.
- Attend and participate in scheduled staff meetings, designated training and in-service sessions.
- Assist clients as needed with:
- Health care and personal hygiene.
- Meal Preparations and shopping.
- Household tasks such as cleaning and laundry.
- Recreation, social and leisure time skills.
- Transportation as required.
- Pass meds.
- Making sure that any new medications are being passed correctly and documented properly on the MAR.
- Notifying the Residential Program Coordinator when medications and medical supplies have 7 or less days remaining.
- Ensure that there is a complete first aid kit in the home.
- Verify that Medical Forms are in the home and staff have been delegated to take clients to appointments when appropriate and that medical appointment forms are being turned in.
- Serve as on call for individuals assigned.
- Schedule Residential staff in accordance with business needs and company policy.
- Adhere to confidentiality guidelines, as outlined by organization policy and HIPPA regulations.
Other Duties as assigned.
- While we make every effort to accommodate your schedule needs, hours are based on the client needs.
- You will be required to work shifts every other weekend.
- Job will require sitting, standing, bending, lifting, pushing, and pulling, intermittently.
- 18 years or older.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Current certifications in: CPR, CPI, MUI, First Aid, Medication Administration, and Documentation Training.
- Must possess a valid, current driver’s license.
- Ability to complete and pass a background check per company standards.
- Positive attitude with the desire to help others.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, medical condition or disability, or any other legally protected status.
If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete an application for a recognized disability under applicable law, please email firstname.lastname@example.org