ASSISTANT PROGRAM MANAGER
Home-Based Therapeutic Services
Perspectives Corporation is now hiring an Assistant Program Manager in our Home-Based Therapeutic Services programs.
The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for assisting with interviewing, hiring, guiding and supervising the work of Behavior Technicians to provide optimal clinical supports for individuals served. This includes managing the weekly schedule, processing payroll and mileage, completing trainings, and being available for direct communication from employees and families, and completing regular direct care. In addition, the Assistant Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that agency policies and procedures are implemented correctly and that the individuals served live valued and high-quality lives. This position will also encompass the responsibilities of a floater on direct care. These hours will be scheduled on a weekly basis to meet the needs of the program by filling any open shifts to assist in keeping treatment as consistent as possible. Assignments will vary from week to week in relation to days, times, and location.
Participating in agency activities, serving on committees, and communicating the agency’s values and principles to others; assisting in recruiting, selecting, and supporting Behavior Technicians; providing training and mentoring to new and existing employees; guiding and supervising the work of Behavior Technicians by setting clear expectations and monitoring progress; recognizing and valuing the skills and input of employees. Coordinating and monitoring effective clinical supports and developing effective multidisciplinary teams.
In addition to a creative and collaborative work environment, Perspectives offers a generous benefits package that includes:
- Flexible schedules
- Paid training and mentor programs
- Employee incentive programs
- Generous paid time off
- Verizon, AAA and health club discounts
- Medical and dental benefits
- 401k savings plan
- Previous management skills / responsibilities
- Experience working with children with special health care needs
- Meets all qualifications of a Behavior Technician
- Excellent computer skills
- Excellent time management and organizational skills
- Previous experience providing direct care on either EIBI or utilizing a discrete trial instruction model
- ASL Fluency required
- Five years of direct support experience in community human services and some supervisory training and management experience.
- At least 2 years of experience working with children with special health care needs.
- Cultural humility in regard to LGBTQIA* and Deaf communities
- Bachelor’s Degree in related field
- Excellent Communication skills