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The Guidance Center $2k sign-on Supervisor, Intellectual/Devel Disab in Southgate, Michigan

lives for more than 60 years. With 25 programs we offer treatment, prevention, growth and education services to more than 23,000 people annually. Together we: Nurture development. Foster resilience. Cultivate well-being.We have an exciting opportunity for a Supervisor to join our team of talented professionals.This position has a $2,000 sign on bonus!As a Supervisor in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Program, you will be responsible for the following:ulliProvide standard and clinical supervision to staff members utilizing a variety of supervisory methodologies./liliManage and process crisis situations with program staff and clients./liliMaintain electronic medical record training and be able to train new staff and maintain ability to assist staff with questions and concerns./liliReview all treatment records and reports pertaining to the treatment and the rendering of services to clients and provide direction for documentation improvement./liliManaging staff and department within span of control, including but not limited to: making recommendations with particular weight as to the interviewing, selecting, hiring, and termination of staff; setting and adjusting hours of work; on-boarding and training staff; directing work and assignments; appraising and evaluation of staff work performance; handling of staff complaints and grievances; and disciplining employees./liliResponsible for participating in monthly Total Quality Management Committee meeting, actively implement the agencyrsquo;s quality improvement initiatives within their assigned areas, monitor the implementation and adherence to the established quality improvement initiatives, activities and policies./liliSupervise case program consultations with staff./liliMaintain consistent and organized systems to ensure Habilitation Waiver and Childrenrsquo;s Waiver, as well as other funding sourcersquo;s program requirements are followed as mandated./liliMaintain consistent and organized systems to ensure staff are maintaining their credentials and training hours./liliMaintain at minimum monthly supervision with staff./liliAttend meetings, conferences and trainings in the community and report out any pertinent information to leadership and staff./liliAssist clinical staff to assess and utilize the data from the electronic medical record reports on waivers, productivity and other areas of the I/DD program to ensure staff and program maintain program expectations./liliAssess community needs and assign priorities and direct and provide service when indicated./liliAssess need for psychiatric, psychological, and case management services and monitor delivery./liliWork in conjunction with inter-departmental groups to ensure smooth and consistent administration of the program./liliCompletes documentation, referrals, and other required paperwork as required./liliConduct regular staff meetings and keep records of such./liliProvide day-to-day supervision of staff./liliAssume responsibility for reports required by the agency or funding sources./liliAct as liaison and participate in agency committees as needed or assigned./liliComplete 24 hours of program and or position specific training on an annual basis./liliWork collaboratively with Program Director and Finance to ensure funding requirements and budgetary guidelines are met./liliAbide by, support, and train staff in Person Centered Planning guidelines./liliWork in consultation with the Total Quality Management Director to assure that service activities and case records meet or exceed the standards established by JCAHO and other accrediting bodies as

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