Pinnacle Services Inc. is seeking a full-time Independence Program Manager.
We have openings in our Independence Program in the Twin Cities area. As an Independence Program Manager, you would be responsible for supervision and training of Community Support Professionals and Community Support Specialists, oversight of program services delivery, completion of required documentation and data collection, among other tasks assigned by the supervisor. This position functions as the representative and main point of contact for Community Support Professionals and Community Support Specialists working in the community, the individuals being served and the families, and team members’ who support them.
Pinnacle Services Inc. provides person-centered support to individuals with varying abilities and needs through residential services, in-home care, case management, and other supportive programs. We offer a highly collaborative work environment that centers on providing services of the highest quality to the people we serve.
Schedule: Flexible scheduling which includes a blend of direct care and administrative work. All schedules include 15-20 hours of direct support.
2 years of supervisory experience 3 years of direct care experience
Must be able to read, write, and speak in an excellent manner.
Must meet licensing requirements of the State and/ or County.
Knowledge of the field of developmental disabilities, its practices and procedures, and the laws, rules, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to its operation.
Possess your own vehicle for use in performing work related activities, possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and maintain and provide proof, if requested, of adequate insurance coverage.
Must meet the age requirement of specified site and hold a valid driver’s license as position may require driving the agency’s owned or leased vehicle.
Available to work flexible hours.
Ability to plan, organize, develop, and implement goals and objectives, policies, and procedures.
Ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
Willingness to take initiative, adapt to circumstances, and work independently.
Must possess the ability to seek out new methods and principles and be willing to incorporate them into existing practices.
Ability to supervise the work of professional and non-professional personnel.
Ability to maintain a positive demeanor.
Ability to maintain positive relations with staff, consumers, other agency departments, and the public.
Knowledge of assessment tools and teaching strategies used with developmentally disabled or behaviorally challenging individuals.
Ability to implement any therapeutic intervention as required.