PCM Skills Trainer Supervisor
Cerebral Palsy of MA
Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts, a social service non-profit agency which provides community based services that supports the efforts of children and adults with developmental disabilities to live as independently as possible in the least restrictive environment, is seeking a full-time PCM Skills Trainer Supervisor in there Taunton Office.
The Skills Trainer Supervisor manages the skills training process of the Options PCA Program while supervising Skills Trainers, the Options Intake Coordinator and PCM Administrative Support. The responsibilities duties include but are not limited to: Monitor the PCM referral process. Monitor the efficiency, effectiveness and quality of the services provided through the PCM Program by community skills trainers. Provide supervision, guidance and feedback to skills trainers. Work with Program Director, other PCM supervisors and staff to solve programmatic or consumer issues. Visit consumers or surrogates as needed. Respond to consumer inquiries and /or complaints within 24 hours. Review outlook scheduling and reconcile with Time Force reporting. Review skills trainer progress notes to ensure they are timely, objective and accurate. Review and approve staff mileage and expenses. Monitor and regulate skills trainer caseloads, assignments and reassignments to ensure appropriate workloads. Perform all annual staff evaluations. Conduct skills trainer portion of monthly staff meeting. Report all instances of suspected incidents of consumer abuse or neglect. Perform all other duties as assigned by Program Director. Provide all PCM reporting on a timely basis as required.
Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts is an equal Opportunity Employer.
This is your chance to help an incredible program that makes a real difference for so many families in the community. What’s more is that you can have a great time while doing so!
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Qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree and/or significant experience in consumer directed independent living programs. Strong leadership, management and supervisory experience together with excellent communication and organizational skills, accuracy and attention to detail is required. Knowledge and experience with Mass Health PCA program procedures and regulations. Must be a strong team player with the ability to work effectively as a member of the Options multidisciplinary team for all PCM services. Reasonable accommodations will be considered to permit an applicant to perform the essential functions of the job.