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CENTER DIRECTOR - UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY HEARTLAND
CENTER DIRECTOR - UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY HEARTLAND
business human services director
10/11/13 11:15 AM
Center Director

United Cerebral Palsy Heartland is seeking a dedicated individual to lead our Jefferson City Gibbs Center for Independence. At UCP Heartland, we’re dedicated to life without limits for people with disabilities.

The Director is responsible and accountable for managing and overseeing all aspects of UCP Heartland’s Adult Day Center. The major focus is on ensuring the delivery of quality programs that provide day habilitation for adults with developmental disabilities.

Responsibilities for this rewarding position include:
• Lead and manage high-quality mission rich adult day services and supports.
• Guarantee compliance with all program regulatory codes and requirements (i.e., Medicaid waiver, DHSS).
• Ensure program meets all applicable accreditation standards by applying standards through a fiscal and programmatic analysis of the department.
• Provide accurate and timely service delivery information, including program evaluation reports, United Way outcome reports, etc.
• Ensure that intakes/assessments, program plans, and progress summaries are completed accurately and within the Agency-designated time frames by participating in these processes and monitoring of subordinates and consumer case files.
• Oversee programming, discharge, and follow-along processes for each consumer and family.
• Maintain current technical knowledge of best program practices, local and national trends in developmental and other disabilities, and service delivery systems.

Requirements include:
• Bachelor’s degree in special education, psychology, rehabilitation, social work or other related human services field from an accredited college or university
• Must possess credentials specified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health for a Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP).
• Four years of experience in programs for adults with disabilities
• Three years of administrative/supervisory experience with skills in personnel management, financial management, conflict resolution, business planning and staff training
• Effective written and oral communication skills. Proficiency with data processing, hardware, Microsoft Office, electronic mail, the Internet and other software as necessary

If you have the experience and are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities, we’d like to talk with you.

Please forward resume with cover letter and salary history, in MS Word or PDF format, to Sue Moss, Human Resources Manager, at MossS@ucpheartland.org.
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