Company: Breckenridge Village of Tyler
Position: Weekend House Manager
Assignment: Weekend House Manager
Reports to: Associate Program Director - Residential Services
Status: Full-time, Non-exempt
Summary: The House Manager supervises adults with disabilities, using reasonable
actions to ensure the safety and well-being of each adult, effectively communicate facility and programmatic behavioral expectations and limitations to adults, and maintain compliance with agency policies and procedures and established state and federal standards and requirements.
To successfully perform this job, the employee may be expected to perform the following, with or without reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:
Assist each resident toward the achievement of active treatment goals, working both formally and informally to provide active treatment through all activities and interactions as trained and document formal active treatment.
Reports serious incidents to Program Director or Administrator on Duty promptly.
Assist residents, as needed, with showers, brushing teeth, and other personal hygiene or grooming needs.
Prompts and provides training to residents on laundry, cleaning, daily living skills and cooking following established menus.
Attends annual and interim staffings which address issues of resident care as available and participates in active treatment planning and implementation for residents.
Provides transportation for residents to events and activities or with shopping needs and personal errands following all transportation protocols and training.
Communicates promptly with Program Director and QIDP regarding needs and problems of individual residents.
Establishes a safe, comfortable, home-like environment for residents and prompts residents in maintain the home.
Orients residents to his/her living quarters, daily schedule, and household routines with supervision of residents at all times.
Promotes independence and offers choices for each resident
Praises and rewards residents’ appropriate behaviors and redirects inappropriate behaviors.
Submits work orders for needed repairs and maintenance to Helpdesk in an accurate and timely manner.
Follows approved events schedule
Ensures safety and supervision of residents while in group activities, giving one-on-one attention to any resident who is stressed, distressed, or in need of special support for a brief interval of time.
Advocates for residents’ rights and needs.
Works as assigned by the Director of Residential Services.
Follows all BVT policies and procedures, as well as state and federal guidelines as required by CMS, HHSC , DFPS, other regulatory agencies
Complete all required documentation prior to completion of shift.
Meet all pre-determined deadlines required by program supervisor
Assists each resident toward the achievement of active treatment goals and documents suing agency approved method of documentation.
Supports residents in each home during self-administration of medications and insures documentation is accurate.
Follows BVT Medical Decision Tree and communicate accordingly
Documents resident behaviors on appropriate forms such as Incident and Accident Reports, Behavior Progress Notes, Weekly Progress Notes, or other forms as necessary through Therap.
Conducts required fire drills and emergency preparedness drills.
Support residents through effective use of positive behavior support plans
Complete grocery, household and hygiene supply shopping as requested.
Performs and maintains routine checks and documentation to Hot Water Temperature Checks, Water Pressure Checks, Refrigerator Checks, Emergency Lights, Emergency Food and Water Checks, etc. as scheduled.
Maintain annual training requirements
Maintain a secure campus environment by using proper application of radio communication protocols including responding to all radio calls.
Take actions to promote positive interaction between residents and encourage residents to take responsibility in the daily routine of the facility.
Model culturally and socially desired behaviors while explaining the behaviors to residents to facilitate learning and replication of the behaviors.
Work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed or requested by position supervisor.
Implement BVT safety protocols including evacuating with residents and other staff in case of an emergency.
Maintain confidentiality in all areas of resident and program operations.
Maintain BVT professional and ethical standards of conduct outlined in BCFS employee handbook including demonstrating respect for agency staff, clients, client’s family members and community members and complying with required dress code at all times
Breckenridge Village of Tyler serves a group of amazing people in a warm, safe, family-like setting that promotes individual development and independence. BVT offers exceptional residential and day enrichment programs to meet the functional and access needs of the people entrusted to our care. We are dedicated to empowering each resident as he or she develops spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially in a safe, loving, and closely supervised environment.
BVT's Core Values include: Love God, Value People, Care Passionately, Work Together.