Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State (CP of NYS) Metropolitan Division is one of New York City’s largest and most comprehensive community service organizations serving individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. CP of NYS is committed to helping individuals live in a safe and comfortable environment, whether that means in an apartment or a group home setting.
Our priority is to provide opportunities for individuals to live as independently as possible. We pride ourselves on our personable individualized care, which includes health care management, community integration and service coordination, which are vital steps to ensure safety while providing opportunities for community inclusion.
Currently we are seeking a Residential Manager to join our team in our Queens Community Living Program.
The Residential Manager ensures the overall care and well-being of persons receiving services in our residential programs. The Manager is responsible for the overall management of the residences and direct supervision of Supervisors and Direct Care Staff. In addition, the Manager sets performance standards and provides the support and training necessary for staff to achieve success in their roles.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related human services field and a minimum of 3 years experience working with developmentally disabled individuals, QIDP preferred, minimum of two (2) years supervisory experience, knowledge of HCBS Waiver, IRA and ICF regulations, must be able to provide weekend coverage as scheduled and work flexible hours as needed and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications.
Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State offers its' employees competitive salaries with an excellent benefit package.
To apply please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements.
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Lesley P.Program Coordinator
Lesley started her career with CP Unlimited as a Direct Care Counselor and has continued growing. Today, as a Program Coordinator, Leslie focuses on developing functional and creative plans that support the aspirations of individual people with developmental disabilities.
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