• advance care alliance
  • $192,290.00 -192,290.00/year*
  • Bronx , NY
  • Executive Management
  • Full-Time
  • 10451 N Big Creek Rd

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Please enable cookies in your browser to experience all the personalized features of this site, including the ability to apply for a job. Advance Care Alliance is an exciting Start-Up Care Coordination Organization providing community-based services and support to people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities throughout NYC, Long Island & the Lower Hudson Valley. Since ACANY began operating within the last year, we have grown to nearly 1000 employees and expect to grow to over 1200 employees by the end of summer! We are experiencing exponential growth which creates career advancement opportunities for our employees! We offer: Enhanced Salary Rates! Generous PTO A work laptop & cell phone for your use! A refreshing , high-energy, dynamic culture Mileage reimbursement Flex Spending Medical, Dependent Care, Commuter & Parking Open door business model where your voice is heard Comprehensive and Generous Employee Benefits Room for Advancement and Professional Development Employee Referral Program Work/life balance for real! Leadership who truly care Responsibilities The Senior Director is responsible for the supervision of care management directors, supervisors and care managers within the designated region. The Senior Director supports all operational staff in their assigned region and expected to collaborate with Senior Directors thought ACA s network, while working with the Executive team to implement practices and systems designed to meet the needs of the people we support. This position is also responsible for ensuring compliance and quality standards are met, as well as to uphold agency policy and practices. Provide oversight and supervision of care management directors, supervisors and care managers within the designated region. Serve as an active member of the senior leadership team to provide education and information to the ACA network, and surrounding communities. Work with the regional teams oversee intake and discharge planning and manage caseload assignments. Monitor and track billing for people supported. Monitor quality outcomes for people supported and provide support as needed to ensure outcomes are met. Work in collaboration with executive leadership to develop actions plans and project management workflows in order to achieve strategic initiatives. Support employee growth through regular supervision and person specific performance goals. Attend department/team meetings, trainings, supervisions, etc. as scheduled and in accordance with agency practice and policy Completes all required trainings. Travel throughout the designated service area to meet with people receiving services and their interdisciplinary team as necessary . 24/7 on call responsibilities required (rotating basis). Qualifications Bachelor s degree in health and human services or licensed RN with 6 years of supervisory experience or a Masters degree with four years of supervisory experience. Prior experience within the provision of MSC preferred. Absolute sense of integrity and personal commitment to serving people with I/DD and their families. Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
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