Club & Hub Program Supervisor
Description

   

Job Purpose

The Club & Hub Program Supervisor is responsible for the development, implementation, and supervision of the Group Day Support and/or Community Engagement services for individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.  Primary job responsibilities include developing Individual Support Plans to identify annual goals for program participants, planning and implementing group instruction, and supervising Behavior Technicians.  



Duties and Responsibilities

ISP Development and Implementation

  • Develops individual Plan for Supports (ISP) in correlation with the individual’s person-centered plan for Group Day Support Services and/or Community Engagement
  • Reviews and updates ISP information in WaMS as needed
  • Incorporates results from appropriate annual assessment measures into ISP outcomes and activities
  • Includes participant and/or guardian input in ISP development in a systematic and documented manner
  • Participates in annual planning meetings with individuals, caregivers and support coordinators
  • Participates in Supports Intensity Scale (SIS) Assessments when appropriate 
  • Develops observable and measurable ISP outcomes and activities 
  • Reports and monitors participant progress via individualized quarterly progress reports

Daily Instruction

  • Oversees daily operations of the Club & Hub program
  • Transports participants to community-based activities and maintains safety of all participants in all program locations
  • Ensures each participant is actively engaged and making progress towards their individualized program outcomes and activities 
  • Runs group activities and clubs independently or in collaboration with other staff members
  • Implements behavior support plans (BSP) accurately as needed
  • Implements additional instructional protocols accurately (e.g., meal preparation, toileting, etc.)
  • Uses evidence-based teaching techniques during program implementation
  • Takes advantage of natural teaching opportunities

Data Collection and Analysis

  • Develops data collection system to measure participant progress towards ISP objectives and activities
  • Collects data accurately 
  • Maintains accurate graphs in digital format
  • Updates all program information in datasheets and/or Catalyst in a timely manner
  • Takes initiative to design, implement, and improve participant programming
  • Communicates any significant trends in behavior to supervisor

Community-Based Instruction 

  • Develops and maintains community relationships
  • Safely transports participants to community settings as requested/required
  • Leaves and arrives on time for community-based programs
  • Ensures that programs are implemented accurately and efficiently in the community
  • Takes advantage of natural teaching opportunities in the community
  • Interacts appropriately and respectfully with other community members
  • Assists participants in managing valuables, including money and personal belongings

Adult Services Management 

  • Communicates knowledge about VIA’s programs correctly when talking to community partners and other stakeholders
  • Maintains confidence and professionalism in all areas: communication, dress, and supervision
  • Meets with and conducts tours with potential participants
  • Assists with completing intake documentation for new individuals who wish to participate in VIA’s Adult Services
  • Supervises and trains Club & Hub Behavior Technicians
  • Performs relevant fidelity checks for staff
  • Provides ongoing performance feedback to staff
  • Fosters positive relationships with and among staff members
  • Develops and maintains daily, weekly, and monthly schedule for services 
  • Monitors attendance and timeliness of staff
  • Communicates and monitors jobs responsibilities and daily tasks
  • Collaborates with other supervisors to conduct evaluations for annual reviews
  • Troubleshoots challenges with supervisor

Individual and Caregiver Communication

  • Communicates with participants, families, and agencies regularly 
  • Answers individual-specific questions and shares information with the team
  • Notifies parents and families of incidents that occur during service provision
  • Responds to all participant and guardian communications in a timely manner (e.g., return phone calls, respond to emails)

Additional Responsibilities

  • Maintain confidentiality with staff, participants, public and private agencies
  • Navigates and keeps up to date on DBHDS/DMAS regulations
  • Assists with program development and systems as directed by supervisor
  • Champions special projects
Requirements

   

  • Bachelor’s Degree required (preferably in Psychology, Human Development, Social Work, Behavior Science, Education, or a related field)
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, email, calendar), and Adobe Acrobat Products
  • Excellent written and oral communication 
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Direct experience with individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Ability to maintain a professional attitude and demeanor when working with individuals, caregivers, staff and visitors
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, with attention to accuracy and detail
  • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification required within 6 months of start date
  • Experience in the application of applied behavior analysis and experience providing Developmental Disability Waiver Services with adults is preferred
  • Valid driver’s license is required