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Superintendent - Arizona Department of Economic Security

SUMMARY
The Superintendent oversees the health, safety and general welfare of our members while ensuring the treatment provided meets their needs and professionally accepted standards of practice. In addition, the Superintendent ensures on-going compliance with all Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) and state licensing requirements.

JOB DUTIES

  • Ensures continuous certification of each facility on campus as a provider for Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID); ensures all policies and standard operating procedures are current and comply with regulatory requirements.
  • Provides executive leadership, mentoring, coaching and supervision of the staff responsible for residential and day programs; ensures staff completes all required, specialty and/or annual training as needed.
  • Oversees all personnel activities, including recruitment, hiring, disciplinary action, performance evaluations and other personnel issues.
  • Establishes, fosters and maintains strong working relationships with members, families/guardians, advocacy groups, the legislature, community organizations, other federal and state agencies, staff and team members, and the general public through regular meetings and communications.
  • Works closely with the Office of Facilities Management to ensure the appropriate operation and safety of the physical environment and property.
  • Develops budgets, allocates funds, approves purchase requests, monitors expenditures and ensures appropriate contracts are in place.

SELECTIVE PREFERENCE
Ten (10) years of increasingly responsible and relevant experience in high-level management or executive positions in health or disability services of which 5 years must be in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Experience in an administrative position of a large facility, serving and ensuring quality services of persons with developmental disabilities, including operational plans and ICF/IID standards and applicable laws.

For more information visit: AZ State Job Board Posting


Executive Director - Kern Regional Center

Kern Regional Center (KRC) is a private, non-profit corporation that operates under contract with California´s Department of Developmental Services. KRC is one of 21 regional centers in California serving as an entry point into the State´s developmental disabilities service system. KRC coordinates services and supports for approximately 8,500 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. KRC serves a large geographic area comprised of Kern, Inyo and Mono counties. The population of the counties are reflective of a diverse racial and ethnic population of which a majority resides in Bakersfield with many smaller rural communities scattered throughout the region.

POSITION SUMMARY
The Executive Director, acting in the capacity of chief executive officer, is charged by the KRC Board of Directors with providing visionary and inspirational leadership as well as being responsible for the successful day to day management of all aspects of KRC´s operations. The Executive Director works at the pleasure of Board and is subject to corporate bylaws, policies and procedures. The Executive Director is responsible for keeping the Board of Directors informed of the status of KRC´s operations and for advising it in matters of policy. As the face of KRC, the Executive Director shall present a strong and compassionate image to the communities served by KRC as well as at the state and national level.

LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Strategic Leadership and Vision
Strategic Planning
Effective Financial Management
Public Image/Strategic Alliances

MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES
Regulatory
Services and Supports

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • A master´s degree is required. A higher degree in a relevant field, e.g. health, human services, business or public administration, from an accredited school is preferred but not necessary.
  • At least ten (10) years of increasingly responsible and relevant experience in higher level management or executive positions in health or disability services, a minimum of five (5) of which are in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Submit Resume to Deb Juliano
Director of Recruitment The Columbus Organization Recruit@columbusorg.com
Fax: 610 680 3798

For more information: http://www.columbusorg.com/Career-Opportunities/Current-Job-Openings/uc/main/action/cat/parentID/12


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