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Day hab supervisor

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The Day Hab Supervisor is responsible for managing all components of the service delivery for the program area. The successful Supervisor will ensure highly trained staff are in place that follow approved active treatment, program and activity plans; adhere to agency procedure and policy; and facilitate best practices in all levels of service delivery.  The Supervisor will regularly monitor programs and provide feedback for growth. 


  • BA in Education, Social Services or Management with 2-3 year’s relevant experience, or High School Diploma/GED with at least 5-7 years relevant experience.

  • Ability to clearly communicate both verbally and in writing.  Ability to comprehend basic budgetary information so to monitor program expenses. 

  • Must develop cooperative relationships with a variety of agency personnel, outside agency professionals, parents/guardians, and licensing and accreditation personnel.

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and auto insurance to become an agency authorized driver.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Ability to observe, instruct, monitor and provide feedback to others working at a variety of agency locations.

  • Ability to clearly communicate both verbally and in writing.  

  • Ability to comprehend, interpret, and explain/implement behavior and training plans written for agency consumers.

  • Ability to comprehend and complete/review payroll; and prepare and/or review purchase requests, expense reports, etc.

  • Ability to use a computer.

  • Light to moderate physical work that requires occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds and regular lifting of 20 pounds.  It also requires transferring of individuals; frequent walking and standing; and occasional stooping, bending, pushing, and pulling.  May also require going up and down stairs depending upon work assignment location.

  • Must be certified to pass medications upon completion of agency sponsored training; exceptions may be considered in highly unusual situations.

  • May be required to transport individuals served or agency products to various locations in agency owned vehicles and/or personal vehicle (requires a valid driver’s license and a driving record that meets agency authorized driver criteria).  Requires the ability to travel between various agency sites regularly and also some non-local travel upon occasion.  

Primary Job Duties:

  • Directs the staffing, documentation, training, and quality assurance in program area.

  • Implement program curriculum that supports the goals of community integration and life skill building

  • Facilitates best program practices.

  • Completes regular observations of each staff to support, train, provide feedback, and, if necessary, discipline staff in the carrying out of their responsibilities; completes written probationary and annual evaluations.

  • Ensures that agency and program policies and procedures are in place and being followed that satisfy requirements of agency, licensing, funding, legal and accrediting sources.

  • Successfully complete the Medication Aide and/or Medication Manager class within 6 months of employment.


Leadership and Team Building:

  • Attends all department meetings, facilitate trainings as requested, be an active member of the department team

  • Facilitates regular program area meetings

  • Maintains positive attitude and motivates co-workers and staff

  • Mentor staff and new team members in their job requirements

  • Coordinate staff scheduling with other supervisors in the department and agency


Maintain Health and Safety Standards:

  • Monitors compliance with safety requirements in the assigned homes and/or program area.  

  • Ensures staff are fully trained in safe handling, safety equipment, CPI, etc. and practices safe handling techniques  

  • Completes emergency drills and environmental safety inspections according to agency timelines; directs staff in emergency situations.

  • Ensures staff follows policy and procedures in passing medications.

  • Ensures individual meal plans and dietary needs are being met in assigned program areas; completes meal audits. 


Verbal and Written Communication:

  • Maintains professional relationships with consumers, family/guardians, and co-workers.

  • Monitors staff attendance and computes staff payroll according to procedures.

  • Monitors, audits and responds to staff documentation (data books, active treatments, program data, incident/accident reports, etc.) on the activities of people served in the assigned home or program area. 

  • Maintains individual ledgers, menus, grocery and supply lists as needed.

  • Delivers constructive feedback to staff as needed in a positive manner.



  • Completes paperwork (payroll, drills, evaluations, etc.) promptly and accurately.

  • Takes ownership and holds self-accountable; makes decisions that are in the best interest of the consumer and agency 

  • Ensures that policies and procedures are in place and being followed that satisfy requirements of agency, licensing, funding, legal and accrediting sources.

  • Attends meetings prepared; provides information as requested.

  • Facilitates strong and timely communication with both external and internal stakeholders.


Working Relationships:

  • Reports directly to the Program Coordinator 

  • Positions that report to the Supervisor include Instructors and Quality Mentors

  • Interacts on a regular basis with individuals served and their parents, guardians, or other family members.

  • Works closely with other department Supervisors and IPC/QIPDs to ensure consistency of programming.  Also works with other agency staff, including bookkeeping and Human Resources.

  • Participate in agency committees and projects.


Hours/Days of Work and Working Conditions:

Day program supervisors primarily work 1st shift hours (7:00-3:30) Mon-Fri.  May require taking calls on-call before start of first shift and occasional weekends. Holiday on-call is required on a rotating schedule with other Supervisors.  Works indoors in an office/program setting, and occasionally works outdoors in the community.  Travel required to community sites, medical appointments, etc.


Equipment Used to Perform the Job:

Variety of miscellaneous office equipment, e.g., computer, cell phone, calculator, copy machine, fax; adaptive equipment for individuals served (wheelchairs, communication devices, mealtime equipment, etc.)

Why Area Residential Care? 

We are a non-profit organization that is dedicated to fulfilling the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities and guiding them to achieve their highest quality of life! Join a team of employees that are passionate about the work we do and the individuals we support. 

Area Residential Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to 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. Area Residential Care does not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics.


According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services mandate, candidates for employment must provide evidence of their first COVID-19 vaccine prior to the start of employment, or successfully request a medical or religious exemption to this requirement. The second vaccine is required within 30 days unless exempted.

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