|Title:||DSP Supervisor - Freedom House I|
The position requires a minimum of a high school diploma or GED. Two years post-secondary education preferred. Prior experience in a residential homeless program (or equivalent) and at least one year of supervisory experience is required. Proficient oral/written skills required. Must have computer skills. Valid driver’s license and good driving record required. Must have ability to be CPR/First Aid certified, upon 30 days of employment.
1. Satisfactory criminal records check.
2. Satisfactory sex crimes records check.
3. Driver’s license required.
- Maintain operational control of the facility in absence of management.
- Oversee operations at the front desk including answering the phone, monitoring the cameras, assisting with client requests, monitoring front door, client medication, telephone intakes, crisis intervention, etc.
- Maintain chronological written records of events that occur during the shift.
- Maintain client sign-in/sign-out log.
- Insure facility cleanliness, maintenance, and health and safety of the facility.
- Monitor client and visitor activities to ensure they are in compliance with Volunteers of America’s policies.
- Assign chores to clients weekly and monitor compliance with chores being completed/checked by DSP staff.
- Conduct consistent hourly walk throughs of the facility and its grounds (including daily resident unit checks).
- Monitor meal-times.
- Insure that clients and staff have enough supplies.
- Monitor security system.
- Assist with collecting urine drug screens with clients.
- Observe and report maintenance needs and safety hazards.
- Insure the facility is prepared for tours and/or events.
- Insures that all shifts are adequately covered. Works with the Operations Manager to insure that all holidays are staffed appropriately.
- Thoroughly trains all new DSP staff and tracks all trainings that staff complete.
Medical, dental and vision benefits
Paid Time off
403(b) Retirement Savings Plan
Employee Assistance Program
Suite of voluntary benefits
Volunteers of America - Mid-states helps real people facing challenges to find real and lasting solutions. Through research-driven programming, our services address family homelessness, addiction, developmental disabilities, HIV infection, and other issues facing individuals and communities.
Volunteers of America Mid-states does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, religion, disability, age, veteran status or sexual orientation.