AHRC Suffolk Building Administrator in Rocky Point, New York
AHRC Suffolk is a non-profit agency that is dedicated to applying its resources toward improving the lives of people with intellectual and development disabilities. Our agency provides opportunities for attaining the highest level of personal growth and development through coordinated and individualized services for the individuals we serve.
We are currently seeking a knowledgeable, compassionate and professional Building Administrator to join our team. The Building Administrator supervises staff and services of a particular ICF building; ensures that a homelike environment is maintained and under the supervision of the Assistant Program Director, an employee of this class is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the assigned ICF building. This individual is expected to exercise considerable judgment and initiative in carrying out job responsibilities.
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ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Implements policy and procedures as set forth by the agency/facility.
Assures that payroll timesheets are submitted in a timely manner and are accurate.
Provides orientation and training to staff as needed.
Participates in recruiting, training, and evaluation of staff.
Monitors to ensure that individuals are provided with continuous active programming.
Ensures that individuals’ records are updated and maintained as necessary.
Confers with Assistant Director regarding personnel issues.
Participates in meetings as required.
Completes monthly environmental checks and follows up to ensure corrective action is taken as needed.
Schedules quarterly fire/evacuation drills and maintains corresponding documentation.
Conducts staff meetings as necessary.
Notifies ICF Director and Assistant Director of any emergency situations (i.e. environmental, medical, or situations involving individuals).
Monitors food and clothing expenditures.
Ensures that individuals we support’ account ledgers and personal accounts are maintained as prescribed.
As required and with specific training, drives an Agency vehicle.
Prepares reports and other informational materials as needed.
Provides assistance as needed in the management of behavior and emergency care.
Performs other duties as assigned, including assuming the roles, responsibilities and job tasks of the House Manager and Direct Support Professional.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred; preferably in a human service field; two years supervisory experience in a human services field or a minimum of five years experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, preferably in a residential setting. Knowledge of MediSked Software a plus.
Candidate must be able to work a flexible 40-hour work week schedule, plus major holidays.
As one of the largest employers in Suffolk County, we offer a career in a supportive atmosphere, advancement and personal development, and a comprehensive benefits package including:
Medical and Dental Insurance Benefits
Vision Care Reimbursement
Flexible Spending Account
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Voluntary Long and Short-Term Disability
Our comprehensive, paid training programs provide our staff with the knowledge and competencies to succeed in their career. Other benefits include generous holiday and vacation time, educational incentive programs, retirement/pension plans, employee recognition programs, affordable child care, and much more!
At AHRC Suffolk, we believe our staff is our greatest asset. Find out how you can be a part of one of the most established and respected Human Services agencies on Long Island