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Washington Square

Titusville, Florida

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Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services with two years related experience.  Certified Associate in Behavior Analysis required.  For purposes of effective communication with residents, families and staff must be able to see, hear, speak, read and write English.  Maintain the ability to stretch, push, pull, kneel, reach, twist, walk and stand for up to sixteen (16)  hours, up to three (3) times per week and  to perform the physical requirements of Safety Care.  Must demonstrate the ability to lift unassisted at least fifty (50) lbs.


Job Duties

1.     Oversee and coordinate Annual Support Plan meetings and ensure responsibility for total implementation of residents’ Support Plan.

2.     Review and observe training programs and services for each resident and complete a monthly and quarterly review of each resident’s total program.

3.     Input and update resident data on Therap in conjunction with the Administrative Assistant.

4.     Inform Program Director of any difficulties noted with individual disciplines in the implementation of each resident’s support plan.

5.     Review the implementation of all written behavior programs, in conjunction with the consultant CBA/psychologist.  Monitor all behavioral programming and use of psychotropic medication and ensure compliance with all State and Federal regulations pertaining to documentation and consent requirements for treatment.

6.     Provide ongoing inservice training to staff.

7.     Demonstrates proper use of Safety Care procedures and all competencies that are designed to manage aggression, self injury and/or property destruction.

8.     Participate in internal auditing and monitor facility compliance with all regulations.

9.     Function as a liaison to parents, day programs, schools and government agencies.  Conduct ongoing reviews and track progress on support plan goals at CFCI/ECCI.

10.  Ensures residents’ rights and promotes optimal quality of life standards.  Reports any incident of abuse in accordance with facility procedure and the Disabled Persons Abuse Negligence Act.  Follows Employees screening requirements and uses screening instruments to screen for abuse risk.  Provides employees with on-going supervision and training related to abuse risk.  Provides employees with regular feedback regarding their boundaries with individuals.  Requires employees to adhere to policies and procedures related to abuse risk.  Responds quickly to policy and procedure violations using the organizations progressive disciplinary procedures.  Responds seriously and confidently to reports of suspicious and inappropriate behaviors.  Follows mandated reporting requirements.  Communicates to all employees the organization’s commitment to protect their individuals from abuse.  Reports essential abuse risk management information to the board of directors.  

11.  Supervise the Direct Support Professional Supervisors.

12.  Act as “On-Call” for entire facility in absence of Program Director.

13.  Demonstrates understanding of, and complies with, all policies related to safety.  Performs work safely and without injury to self or others. Identifies hazards or dangerous behaviors in the environment and takes immediate action to avoid, mitigate or eliminate, and report hazardous conditions or unsafe behaviors.  Ensures the safety of self, residents/consumers, co-workers, families, guardians and visitors at all times.

14.  Ensures all direct reports understand all policies related to safety and their role in ensuring safety for themselves, for residents/consumers, for co-workers and for families, guardians and visitors.  Provides training on job-specific safe work procedures.  Confirms that employees know and comply with reporting procedures.  Recognizes, reinforces and rewards employees in tangible ways for safe work performance and behaviors, i.e., public or private verbal recognition, informal written notes, formal commendations, and available incentives.

15.  Punctuality and regular attendance at the work-site, including required extra hours,  are essential functions of the job in order to ensure safe and appropriate levels of care for our residents at all times.  Adheres to attendance policy.  Reports to work on time as scheduled.  Completes required training on time and regularly attends staff meetings.

16.  Project a professional appearance and a willing, positive and courteous expression in performing tasks.  Cooperates with fellow workers, supervisors, residents, visitors in performing tasks.

17.  Ensure compliance with all federal and state rules and regulations.  Complete other duties as assigned by the Supervisor/Program Director.

 Central Florida Communities is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work Place

Job summary


Titusville, Florida

Employment Type

Full Time


At least 2 year(s) and 2 month(s)

Job Function

Program Svc Coord

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