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Associate Director of Residences (ADR)

Associate Director of Residences (ADR)



For almost six decades, AABR has been guided by the dream: ?May each life find meaning.? We are proud of our directors, managers and staff for their extraordinary dedication to children and adults with developmental disabilities. They teach daily living skills, inspire self-confidence and empower our consumers to lead productive and rewarding lives.



We currently seek an Associate Director or Residences for our facilities. Specifically, you will:


????????? Oversee residential facilities for intellectually disabled individuals


????????? Co-lead weekly staff meetings and ensure all pertinent issues are discussed


????????? Assist with Hiring and providing input into decisions concerning disciplinary action, transfers and terminations


????????? Assist in preparing reports for IDT reviews by providing feedback and ensuring that reports are of a quality informative nature.


????????? Review data collection weekly to ensure data is quantified and reflective of the individual?s progress.


????????? Complete monthly reviews for each individual covering status on day program, behavior, medical, social, recreation and program plans.


????????? Schedule and provide in-serving training for staff


????????? Review and sign-off on payroll


????????? Prepare summary of incidents for review committee on a monthly basis.


????????? Participate in agency-wide managers meetings



We require:


????????? Bachelor?s degree


????????? One year experience working with people with developmental disabilities


????????? Three years? experience working in a supervisory capacity


????????? Current certifications: First Aid/Medication administration, CPR, SCIP


????????? Hands on knowledge of OPWDD regulations


????????? Available on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week


????????? Valid NYS Driver?s License



Excellent benefits. Please email a resume to? Click Here to Email Your Resum?



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