Weekend House Manager
Posted on: November 27, 2022
It's a great feeling to work for a company that does so much
good for others around the world! Hours: Friday at 3pm to Sunday at
5pm, average of 34 hours per Weekend (Staff room and bedroom are
made available for you while you are on shift) Experience: Three
(3) years of experience working with individuals with intellectual
and developmental disabilities is preferred. An Associate's Degree
may be substituted in lieu of 2 years of required experience. Life
experiences appropriate to the position is preferred. Supervises:
Direct Care Worker as assigned Summary: The House Manager
supervises adults with disabilities, using reasonable actions to
ensure the safety and well-being of each adult, effectively
communicate facility and programmatic behavioral expectations and
limitations to adults, and maintain compliance with agency policies
and procedures and established state and federal standards and
requirements. To successfully perform this job, the employee may be
expected to perform the following, with or without reasonable
accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990: Essential Functions: Assist each resident toward the
achievement of active treatment goals, working both formally and
informally to provide active treatment through all activities and
interactions as trained and document formal active treatment.
Reports serious incidents to Program Director or Administrator on
Assist residents, as needed, with showers, brushing teeth, and
other personal hygiene or grooming needs.
Prompts and provides training to residents on laundry, cleaning,
daily living skills and cooking following established menus.
Provides transportation for residents to events and activities or
with shopping needs and personal errands following all
transportation protocols and training.
Communicates promptly with Program Director and QIDP regarding
needs and problems of individual residents.
Establishes a safe, comfortable, home-like environment for
residents and prompts residents in maintain the home.
Orients residents to his/her living quarters, daily schedule, and
household routines with supervision of residents at all times.
Promotes independence and offers choices for each resident Praises
and rewards residents' appropriate behaviors and redirects
Submits work orders for needed repairs and maintenance to Helpdesk
in an accurate and timely manner.
Follows approved events schedule
Ensures safety and supervision of residents while in group
activities, giving one-on-one attention to any resident who is
stressed, distressed, or in need of special support for a brief
interval of time.
Advocates for residents' rights and needs.
Works as assigned by the Director of Residential Services.
Follows all BVT policies and procedures, as well as state and
federal guidelines as required by CMS, HHSC , DFPS, other
Complete all required documentation prior to completion of
Meet all pre-determined deadlines required by program supervisor
Measurable Deliverables: Assists each resident toward the
achievement of active treatment goals and documents suing agency
approved method of documentation.
Supports residents in each home during self-administration of
medications and insures documentation is accurate.
Follows BVT Medical Decision Tree and communicate accordingly
Documents resident behaviors on appropriate forms such as Incident
and Accident Reports, Behavior Progress Notes, Weekly Progress
Notes, or other forms as necessary through Therap.
Conducts required fire drills and emergency preparedness
Support residents through effective use of positive behavior
Maintain annual training requirements
Maintain a secure campus environment by using proper application of
radio communication protocols including responding to all radio
Take actions to promote positive interaction between residents and
encourage residents to take responsibility in the daily routine of
Model culturally and socially desired behaviors while explaining
the behaviors to residents to facilitate learning and replication
of the behaviors.
Work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed or requested by
Implement BVT safety protocols including evacuating with residents
and other staff in case of an emergency.
Maintain confidentiality in all areas of resident and program
Maintain BVT professional and ethical standards of conduct outlined
in BCFS employee handbook including demonstrating respect for
agency staff, clients, client's family members and community
members and complying with required dress code at all times Other
Responsibilities: Other job duties as assigned. Requirements: 21
years of age or older.
Possess a valid Texas drivers' license, work eligibility status and
have a good driving record.
Provide proof of work eligibility status upon request.
Must pass all pre-employment background checks including: Criminal
History, Employee Misconduct, Nurse's Aide Registry, driving check
and pass annual background checks.
Pass a pre-employment drug screen and random drug screen throughout
employment. Knows the indicators of abuse, neglect, and
exploitation, and appropriate reporting and documentation
Demonstrate the ability to:
Be appropriately firm, flexible, and patient with residents.
Know when to ignore and when to correct undesirable behavior in
residents and how to address such behaviors without setting up
Praise and reward appropriate behaviors and redirect inappropriate
Employ preventive and de-escalation techniques in crisis
Administer, document, and storage of resident medications.
Show appreciation and appropriate affection consistent with
professional boundaries to residents without the gesture being
Communicate in both written and oral communication.
Knows normal patterns of human growth and development.
Function compatibly and participate constructively in a team
environment and maintain emotional control and professional
composure at all times
Plan, organize, and prioritize tasks to work efficiently without
intensive supervision both independently and as a member of an
Teaching and mentoring residents.
Administer first aid and CPR if necessary.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of all Residential Services
policies and procedures.
English (United States) If you like to work with people that
believe they can make a difference in the world, this is the
company for you! EEO Statement It is the policy of BCFS System of
Companies and its affiliated organizations to provide equal
employment opportunity and treat all employees equally regardless
of age, race, creed/religion, color, national origin, immigration
status or citizenship status, sexual orientation, military or
veteran status, sex/gender, gender identity, gender expression,
disability, genetic information or genetic predisposition or
carrier status, marital status, partnership status, victim of
domestic violence, sexual or other reproductive health decisions,
or other characteristics protected by applicable law.
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