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Living Well Disability Services Program Manager  Mendota Heights Minnesota Julie is Offline 6 | 18.9K
What is a Program Manager? A Program Manager leads a team of Direct Support Professionals, to empower and support the people we support to live with opportunity and dignity.

Major Position Responsibilities

  • Design and implement person-centered services as chosen by those we support and their teams of care.
  • Provide, monitor and evaluate services to assure quality standards are both maintained and effective.
  • Manage service location to assure that contractual, financial and human resource outcomes are met.
  • Complete all tasks and responsibilities necessary to comply with all licensing requirements, including analyzing, preparing and submitting reports and communicating other information to the appropriate person, department or agency.
  • Participate in organizational management and training efforts by serving as a trainer (CPR, Mandt, Advocacy, etc.) and/or participating in internal and/or external committees and task forces
  • Complete other tasks and responsibilities as assigned and/or needed to ensure the agency meets its mission.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Four Year Post Secondary Degree in Human Services or related field, OR
  • Bachelor&rsquos Degree in Human Services or related field and One year of work experience providing direct care services, OR
  • Associate degree in related field and Four years of work experience providing direct care services.
  • Any degree or combination of degree and experience also requires a QIDP credential.
  • Driver&rsquo License is required
  • Ability to use a computer, tablet or smartphone
  • Account EMail:
  • Website: https://www.mnworks.net/
  • Sallery: $47,000.00
  • Type: Yearly
  • Work week: 40 hrs.
  • Open: Wed, Feb 26th 2020
  • Close: Tue, May 26th 2020
  • Location: 1168 Northland Drive Mendota Heights, MN. 55120
  • Job ID: 1626
  • Eduction: Bachelors
  • Work Status: Employment Eligibility Verification

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