Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.
The Community Supports Network, Inc. (CSN), is a strengths-based, multi-state organization whose Mission it is to support people with intellectual disabilities and/or mental health needs to reach their goals to live, to work, and to contribute to their community. As a strengths-based organization, CSN believes our best opportunity for success comes from identifying and developing people's natural talents into strengths. More than 50 years of scientific study informs our leadership and development approach to employee engagement. Our most successful Residential Coordinators (RC) are strong in motivating others, overcoming challenges and solving complex problems. They accept accountability and responsibility for themselves and their team. They build positive, engaging relationships with and among their team members. The RC ensures high quality services are being provided and are reflective of CSN's mission, principles and goals. The RC provides leadership, coaching, oversight and quality assurance of work completed by the Front-Line Supervisor's and Direct Support Professional's. RC also coordinates meetings and activities with team members, guardians and service coordinators to develop and maintain positive individual support programming for people receiving services.
What do I need in order to be qualified?
At minimum, one-year of experience in the field of intellectual disabilities and/or behavioral services; be at least 18 years of age; a high school diploma or equivalent; a valid driver's license, good driving record, reliable transportation and current auto insurance. The employee must pass background checks favorably, and have full range of motion, physical strength and ability to achieve and maintain required training and certifications. Applicants must also have availability to be on-call M-F; and rotating weekends.
Desired qualifications include: Bachelor's Degree with a major in a related field and two-years' experience in the field of intellectual disabilities and/or mental health services including supervising the work of others; QMRP, LMHP, and experience in developing behavior building programs is highly regarded.
Benefits include, but not limited to:
• Tuition Reimbursement
• Wellness Reimbursement
• Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
• Paid Time Off
• 401(k) + matching
• Flexible Spending Account
• Employee Assistance Program
• Paid Training Program
• Strengths-focused environment
• Competitive pay based on education and experience
• And much more!