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Supervisor Level 2 - Boys Community Residence


Supervisor – Level 2 – Boys Community Residence

GRADE   9+   $23.10-$26.00/hr.                                                                  FLSA (Non-Exempt)



1.               Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field

2.               Two years’ experience working with children in human service field  

3.               Supervisory experience required


1.         Good problem-solving skills

2.         Ability to communicate effectively

3.         Good leadership and team-building skills

4.         Ability to assign and delegate tasks

5.         Familiar with computer programs (e.g. Word, Excel)

6.         The ability to climb stairs, bend, stoop, sit, stand, reach and lift items weighing 40 lbs.

7.          Ability to legally operate a vehicle in NY State

II.        RESPONSIBLE TO:            Manager


1.               Understand and implement all agency and program policies and procedures

2.               Maintain compliance with program quality improvement plan

3.               Submit required reports and statistical information in a thorough and timely manner

4.               Monitor, evaluate and provide direction to staff and ensure that assigned daily, weekly and monthly tasks are completed

5.               Assure that all staff training requirements are met

6.               Schedule staff and maintain adequate staff coverage to meet client/program needs and regulations

7.               Conduct staff meetings & resident meetings and submit minutes to Manager and ensure that all staff are provided with the information.

8.               Keep Program Manager informed of all pertinent program information

9.               Assure service plans are written and implemented according to regulations and program procedure and incorporates person centered elements

10.            Monitor that incidents are reported and documented per regulation

11.            Understand and monitor client eligibility for benefits and entitlements

12.            Assure that staff complete progress notes and daily log entries for resident’s according to program standards

13.            Assure that all individuals receiving services are provided instruction, assistance, interventions, supervision and supports necessary to maintain competence in basic skills and behavior

14.            Assure referrals are processed in a timely manner

15.            Coordinate and document admissions and discharges

16.            Monitor expenditures and program accounts

17.            Maintain inventory of furnishings and program supplies

18.            Represent agency and program in the community and with other service providers

19.            Establish and maintain relationships with individuals receiving services

20.            Monitor and advocate for individual rights

21.            Participate in and successfully complete all required staff training and development activities

22.            Perform other job-related activities as directed by Manager

In compliance with all applicable government laws, rules, regulations and standards and all Catholic Charities Policies and Procedures, the duties and responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to the above.

Catholic Charities of Broome County is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage diversity in the workplace and respect the dignity of each individual. We prohibit discrimination and harassment against applicants and employees on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.