Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Residential Services, the AVP will have 24-hour responsibility for leading, managing and transforming change within Residential Services.
United Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State, Inc. d/b/a Constructive Partnerships Unlimited (CP Unlimited) is one of New York City's largest multi-service and most wide spread Community Living Organizations with programs dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Currently, CP Unlimited has an exciting opportunity for an experienced AVP, Residential Services to support the mission, vision, values and strategic direction for Residential Services. Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Residential Services, the AVP will have 24-hour responsibility for leading, managing and transforming change within Residential Services. Some specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Providing transformational leadership and change management oversight of Residential Programs/Locations as assigned
- Collaborating with residential staff to ensure sites operate with safety standards and protocols as established by CP Unlimited and OPWDD
- Ensuring compliance with all regulatory bodies, i.e., OPWDD, CMS, OMH, SSA etc.
- Partnering and collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to ensure policies and procedures are current and adhered to
- Monitoring the effectiveness of systems and procedures through consistent site visits, data and reporting review
- Reviewing and ensuring compliance for mandatory and on-going trainings
- Supporting and coordinating the process for successful internal and external audits
- Developing collaborative relationships across the Agency continuum and with the Agency’s external partners
- Participating in the planning, development and management of program budget
To be successful in this role, qualified candidates must have an advance degree in related field including QIDP. Ability to travel to multiple locations with 24 hour responsibility is required coupled with a minimum of 7-10 years demonstrated experience working in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities. A thorough knowledge of OPWDD regulations is essential.
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