Regional Director of Greater Milwaukee Residential Operations
Location: Waukesha, Brookfield
St. Coletta of Wisconsin, a nonprofit leader in providing residential and vocational services to adults with developmental disabilities in southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois, has an excellent opportunity for an energetic, self-motivated Regional Director of our Greater Milwaukee area Residential Operations!
The Regional Director reports directly to the President and will be responsible for overseeing all regional residential operations ensuring that services provided are of the highest quality and in accordance with the person's served ISP, CARF, licensing, and funding requirements by performing the following duties:
- Leading and developing employees to achieve quality outcomes through training, supervision and support, and promoting positive employee relations and to comply with policies and procedures.
- Ensuring that effective hiring practices, employee on-boarding and new employee training techniques are successful.
- Ensuring services are provided within CARF standards, funding source and licensing agency requirements, and organizational policy and procedures.
- Developing and implementing quality residential program goals, policies, and procedures in collaboration with other Regional Directors that are consistent with the mission of the organization.
- Actively participating in the preparation of both home and regional budgets and operating within approved budget parameters.
- Participating in organizational and departmental committees, as appropriate.
Currently, the Regional Director will be responsible over four (4) Residential Managers assigned within his/her region as well as the overall direction, coordination, and successful operations of the program. The Greater Milwaukee Area Residential program is growing and will include additional direct reports in the future.
- Bachelor's Degree (BS, BA) in related field, plus a minimum of five years’ management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and / or experience.
- Ability to maintain a schedule that allows for visibility in assigned areas when persons served and staff are present.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality.
- Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships and motivate others.
- Knowledge of developmental disabilities.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Efficient time management.
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business correspondence and government regulations.
- Ability to effectively write reports, business correspondence, and policies / procedures.
- Ability to successfully present information in a group setting and respond to questions.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Internet and email.
- Valid driver's license with a driving record that meets St. Coletta’s standards.
- Ability to respond to behavioral and emergency issues.
We offer a comprehensive benefit package including a 401(k) match, a generous PTO program, flexible hours, a variety of medical insurance options, dental, vision, and more! We also provide company paid short-term and long-term disability as well as opportunities for tuition discounts and reimbursement.
St. Coletta is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Substance/Tobacco Free Employer.
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