ID Department: Clinical ID/DD Waiver Supervisor: Clinical Director Location: NoVA (Overseeing 1 programs; 1 in Alexandria, VA & 1 in Burke, VA. Main offices will be located in both programs.) Schedule: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (to expect it to vary, based on the needs of the programs, with on-call responsibilities, and possible weekends.) Position Summary: The Program Director serves as the leader at the programs in their scope ofoversight and contributes to the creation of environments that enable CRi tofulfill its mission and meet or exceed its goals. The Program Director musthave the capability to effectively communicate and clearly articulate theorganization's mission and philosophy to all members of their particularprograms or service. The Program Director also supports and encourages staffmembers to act with appropriate authority and responsibility in their workprocesses and must possess skills to delegate and empower staff. The ProgramDirector is ultimately responsible for the quality of care and the physicalenvironment of the programs they supervise. Principal Duties andResponsibilities: .Develops and manages the program budget. . Responsible for the quality of facility and equipment ensuring all are healthy, safe, attractiveand functional. . Serves as initial point of contact and agency liaison for families, public and private agencies workingwith program's individuals and the immediate and extended community. . Supports the Clinical Director in working with funders and other agency partners and implements plansas directed. . Coordinates and integrates programs and services including admission, discharges, serviceplanning, etc. . Conducts orientation, in-service training, continuing education and supervision of all persons in theprogram or service to ensure all staff are competent and qualified. . Supervisions includes responsibility for approving assessments, individualized service plans andreassessments. . Ensures the staffing allocation plans are implemented in accordance with approved individual-staffratios. . Ensures quality of record keeping. .Implements a defined set of patient rights and responsibilities. . Implements approved clinical policies and procedures and service philosophy. . Ensures financial and budgetary compliance of the program. . Responsible for implementing Performance Improvement activities according to CRi's policy andprocedures. . Maintains program's compliance with regulatory requirements. . Serves as part of the clinical leadership team. . Other duties as assigned by Supervisor. Minimum Qualifications Required: . Bachelor's degree in a field related to working with individuals with intellectual disabilities. . Minimum five (5) years of experience in the ID/DD field with supervisory experience of at least 4 people. . Must qualify as a QDDP (to qualify as a QDDP, must have a Bachelor's degree in human services). . Must demonstrate strong interpersonal, supervisory and writing skills as well as experience withassessments, program development/coordination, budgets, crisis intervention,service planning, community relations and public speaking. . Must have broad and diverse range of skills to effectively manage all aspects related to thisposition Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree Physical Demands: . Requires some lifting of individuals and program supplies/equipment. . Intensive physical intervention for hazardous behaviors and assistance with care of theindividuals. Working Environment: . Residential program . Typical office environment Supervision Exercised: Directly supervises all program staff. Will be supervising around 16 peoplecombined for both programs. Supervision Received: Under the direct supervision of the Director of Clinical Services.