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Administration


Shift Supervisor  , NY  Posted: 11/21/2022
Job Description

Job ID#:

9

Job Category:

Administration

Position Type:

Employee


The Shift Supervisor is responsible for, but is not limited to: *Monitor the clients, units, and grounds always to ensure the security and safety of each resident *Examine all items entering the facility to ensure client and staff safety Provide crisis prevention and intervention as needed *Record incidents and residents' grievances appropriate in a logbook and on an incident report *Maintain ongoing communication with all department supervisors concerning social services issues *Manage entry logs to ensure all persons entering the facility are recorded and accounted for *Participate in the development of site goals and objectives by making recommendations that can aid in site efficiency *Assist clients with questions and resolve any issues as they may arise *Monitor video surveillance of all areas of the facility *Adhere to safety, health, and fire hazard guidelines, policies, and procedures *Report any immediate safety hazards to appropriate supervisory personnel or maintenance personnel *Work diplomatically to solve issues that may arise *Provide coverage when necessary *May be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed *Perform all other required duties to ensure the facility is running efficiently

 
Job Requirements

 

Qualifications *N.Y.S. Security License, F-80 Certificate of Fitness, C.P.R./Basic First Aid certification. *Minimum High School Diploma / G.E.D. *Ability to establish and maintain professional boundaries in working with clients *General knowledge of working in a residential facility preferred *Knowledge of H.I.P.P.A. guidelines and standards *Strong written and verbal communication skills *Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills *Good judgment with the ability to make timely and sound decisions *Ability to assess emergencies and respond effectively




 

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