Supportive Living Coordinator-Part Time/Full-Benefits
Company: Rogers Behavioral Health
Posted on: May 11, 2022
Summary:The Supportive Living House Coordinator provides
leadership and oversight to assist the Manager. This position also
performs regular duties, works with the respective Director of
Operations to assist in monitoring residents and rooms.Job Duties &
- Coordinator duties (under direction of manager/director) to
- Assign household chores to residents.
- Monitor resident's rooms for cleanliness.
- Ensure that all residents are properly respecting and
maintaining common areas (esp. kitchen, living room).
- Monitor that residents are following house rules including
curfew/lights out hours.
- Maintain an inventory of all household supplies (i.e. cleaning
supplies, cooking utensils, furniture, household keys, etc).
- Prepare bedrooms for all new residents (i.e. clean linens,
dresser drawers, bedroom cleanliness etc).
- Welcome and introduce new residents to all existing
- Review Program and House Rules with all new residents and
ensure resident compliance with house rules.
- Communicate in a culturally sensitive manner.
- Maintain updated knowledge of policies and procedures for
resident and employee safety, and emergency or evacuation
- Participate in fire drills, evacuations and emergency codes
when circumstances exist.
- Complete daily rounds for safety.
- Monitor proper use and functioning of appliances and other
- Complete maintenance reports.
- Complete the appropriate documents and Qstatim documentation
with an employee or visitor has been injured and demonstrate
- Maintain update knowledge in life-sustaining techniques and
emergency first aid.
- Maintain the safety and confidentiality of the resident.
- Attend and participate in mandatory staff meetings,
in-services, MDI team meetings.
- Take personal responsibility to attend all staff meetings as
directed by the manager/director.
- When unable to attend, call the manager/director as soon as
possible and make alternate arrangements to receive information
shared at the meeting.
- Maintain accurate records of in-services attended on the Staff
- Participate in activities organized to ensure quality of
- Participate and aid in the identification of performance
improvement projects for resident-related issues.
- Interact with residents, family members, and significant others
to reflect excellence in customer service.
- Monitor daily supplies and complete the appropriate documents
to restock as necessary.
- Obtain a signature from the manager/director for all supplies
- Provide training to staff and community resources.
- Participate in new staff orientation/training.
- Participate in outside marketing activities as directed by the
- Promote department goals and the mission of Rogers Behavioral
- Include requirements and guidelines from external agencies
- Demonstrate understanding and support of NAAR, HIPPA, Emergency
Medical Treatment & Labor Act (EMTALA), CFR (Code of Federal
Regulations), and other regulatory agency compliance regulations,
and comply with same.
- Involve self in the learning and the application of standards
relevant to the Residence.
- Participate in in-services/seminars and other meetings to
increase involvement and awareness of regulations.
- Involve self in the education of other disciplines regarding
the supportive living setting.
- Participate in committees, team meetings and team projects, as
- Participate in the Rogers Operating System (ROS).
- Gain understanding of the ROS process.
- Apply the ROS model to your department's activities.
- Participate in and/or create ROS teams that lead to improvement
in other areas of Rogers Behavioral Health.
- Educate and involve self to the system and the Residential
Center's ROS plans.
- Attend outside seminars to promote professional growth.
- Demonstrate a positive and professional attitude toward parties
outside Rogers Behavioral Health (patient families, visitors,
- Comply with the Hospital's policies and procedures, including
Human Resources, Infection Control and Employee Health policies and
- Associate degree preferred.
- Must have experience in public or private institutional care
for the type of population the residence serves.
- Certified Peer Recovery Specialist certification is required
within 30 days of employment start date
- NARCAN certification required during onboarding.
- CPR certification is required to be completed within 30 days of
employment start date.
- Hold a valid Wisconsin driver's license and have a good driving
- Successfully pass the Caregiver Background Check.
- Must be fully vaccinated for COVID unless approved for a
medical or religious exemption. -Benefits:
- Comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, vision, etc.)
for positions of 30 hours or more per week.
- Childcare reimbursement offered for positions of 20 hours or
more per week.
- Gainshare bonus based on company goals.
- 401k with matching contribution that is fully vested from day
- Loan relief, tuition reimbursement and scholarship
opportunities. -ABOUT ROGERS BEHAVIORAL HEALTHRogers Behavioral
Health is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit provider of
highly specialized psychiatric care. Rogers offers evidence-based
treatment for children, teens, and adults with OCD and anxiety,
addiction, depression and other mood disorders, eating disorders,
trauma, and PTSD. Backed by more than a century of experience,
Rogers is leading the way on measurement-based care and use of
clinical outcomes. -Rogers provides residential care and has three
inpatient facilities located in southeastern Wisconsin. Rogers also
offers outpatient services in a growing network of communities
across the U.S. - - -The System also includes -, which supports
patient care, programs, and research; and -, an initiative that
works to eliminate the stigma of mental health challenges. - -For
more information, visit -. -EOE/MFDV
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