Assistant Manager- Day Services WOW Program
Job Type



To work for AIM Services as an Assistant Day Habilitation Manager throughout the agency as needed. Assisting Day Habilitation Managers with their day to day operations of their programs as needed, this could include: supervision of DSPs, implementation of programs, documentation, and other duties as assigned. The Assistance Day Habilitation Manager provides person-centered support to individuals enrolled in the Day Habilitation Program.  




· High School diploma\GED.

· 1 year of experience working in the field of DD.

· Managerial/supervisory experience. (Appropriate education, background and experience considered.)

· CPR/First Aid Certification

· AMAP Certification

· SCIP Certification

· Program specific training 

· Valid NYS Driver’s License acceptable to Agency Insurance Company (Current Valid Insurance card if using own vehicle)

· Ability to work independently, organization skills, reliability in decision making.

Physical/Cognitive Requirements:

· Lifting/transferring - individuals/Items of various weights – minimum of 50 lbs.

· Bending/Reaching/Pushing/Pulling

· SCIP techniques

· Effective Verbal and written communication skills

· Reading/Math skills to perform job duties (Doctor’s orders, prepare recipe, program documentation, etc.)

· Demonstrated interest and ability to facilitate the personal outcomes of individuals receiving services.

· Exposure to household and other cleaning supplies, chemicals.

· Adherence to Agency attendance policy.

· Demonstrated interest and ability to support the personal outcomes of individuals receiving services

Responsible To: Day Habilitation Manager/Designee

Leadership Core Competencies

Respectful: treats everyone with courtesy and compassion recognizing individual uniqueness and needs. Displays honesty, integrity and humility. Makes difficult decisions with empathy.

Responsible: accepts accountability for their own actions and the actions of others. Holds others accountable. Puts the interests of the organization above their personal interests. Is personally invested in the success of the organization.

Builds Partnerships: values and builds a collaborative culture and spirit. Willing to learn from others. Moves others to take action. Pro-actively resolves conflict. Follows through in a timely manner. Anticipates and solves problems promptly with flexibility and creativity.

Commits to Service Excellence: focuses on the needs of the individuals. Constantly reassesses processes, procedures, principles, searching for improvement opportunity. Improves performance by introducing unique and leading-edge concepts. Encourages good ideas from staff. Defines and puts into action, Best Practices. Sets and achieves high standards of performance. Challenges the status quo.

Develops People: Inspires and challenges others to reach their full potential. Celebrates the accomplishments of others. Effectively provides feedback to staff and colleagues, including the timely completion of staff’s annual performance evaluations. Recruits and retains exemplary staff. Understands and applies all agency policies.

Essential Functions:

· To coordinate shift routines, ensuring assigned staff job performance and quality services during assigned shifts.

· To provide/document supervision of DSPs, completing evaluations, training, discipline, commendations as assigned.

· To implement and document each individuals total plan of care encouraging maximum independence and self-worth. 

· To provide support to individuals in personal care, ADL's.

· To perform, assist in the performance of day habilitation functions including, meal preparation, laundry, housekeeping duties, infection control, etc.

· To implement schedules of events that meets each individuals

· To comply with all state, federal and agency policies, procedures, regulations as indicated by OPWDD.

· To perform medical/health related functions adhering to AMAP Policy.

· To maintain all resident records, ensuring filing, accuracy, compliance and updating.

· To operate, agency vehicles in compliance with agency policies/procedures, and traffic laws, ensuring, documenting vehicle maintenance/condition. 


· Responsible for individual funds, petty cash. To provide for the appropriate use of individual/agency property/equipment.

· To assist in the coordination/participation/communication, documentation of individual meetings. 

· To provide, ensure a safe work/living environment including compliance with all safety policies/procedures and regulations. 

· To attend any trainings, meetings, updates medical requirements necessary/required.

· Maintain regular and ongoing professional communication with individuals, families, professionals within the person’s circle of supports, business where there are volunteer relationships, etc. 

Other Duties:

· To participate as an active member of the individual's team.

· Flexibility of schedule to ensure individual care and program implementation.

· To work at other programs as needed to meet individual needs.

· Any and all other duties requested by supervisor.