Project Manager-Sheltered Workshop in Cleveland
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Job Ref: 5684895
Company Name: New Avenues to Independence
Industry: Information Technology
Job Type: Full Time
Zip Code: 44135
Salary: Benefits: New Avenues Team Members enjoy the ability to customize thei
Post Date: 03/07/2013
Adults with developmental disabilities, mental health/emotional disabilities and physical disabilities involved in NATI vocational services programming. Workers may also include adults from the general, non-disabled population.
A. Bachelor’s Degree in business, social services, special education, rehabilitation or allied human services field required. Experience in direct service delivery to adults with DD and/or attendant emotional issues is preferred.
B. Five (5) years production-related experience preferred, including at least two (2) years supervisory experience.
C. In good health, demonstrating emotional stability and physical capacities to perform essential job duties.
D. Valid Ohio Driver’s License, insurable by NATI Insurance company, and able to successfully complete agency driving training, in the event that “back-up“ driving coverage is needed in transporting consumers. Driving is required for this position.
E. Able to pass drug screening test and to submit a signed statement from a licensed physician stating that no medical, physical, mental, visual or hearing impairment exists that would interfere with safe driving, the ability to assist passengers, perform emergency treatment, or that would jeopardize the health/safety of individuals.
F. Maintain mandatory certifications, including CPR, First Aid and CPI.
G. Maintain professional licensure or certification as relevant.
Core Knowledge and Skills:
A. Functional knowledge of program development, evaluation and planning processes.
B. Functional knowledge of quality management and assurance techniques and procedures, and their
application within the habilitation environment.
C. Functional knowledge of state/federal policies and regulations for DD day habilitation
programs and their application in program operation and development preferred.
D. Functional knowledge of how to interpret policies and procedures to staff .
E. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
F. Organizational Skills:
1. Ability to organize, prioritize and delegate responsibilities.
2. Ability to coordinate the work of others.
3. Ability to develop and carry out plans.
G. Leadership Skills:
1. Ability to build group cohesiveness.
2. Ability to role model professionalism and lead by example, dealing with all staff, regardless of their level of experience or knowledge.