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4 Jun 2021

Full-Time Residence Manager

Mishkon-The Jewish Board – Posted by Faye Wilbur Brooklyn

Job Description

Mishkon is the division of The Jewish Board which provides supports and services for individuals with intellectual/ developmental disabilities living in our residential programs and/or in community services division.


POSITION OVERVIEW: The Residence Manager is responsible for the smooth operation of two of our Individualized Residential Alternative (IRA) serving adults with developmental disabilities.  Reporting to the Residential Coordinator, the Residence Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the program in line with the OPWDD regulations and Residential Coordinator instructions and ensures consistent and appropriate program coverage.




  • Staffing responsibilities include recruitment, interview and ongoing program coverage. This includes scheduling of shift, necessary overtime and utilization of per-diem staff. Ensures appropriate program coverage by staff, including the scheduling of necessary overtime and utilization of per-diem staff. Ongoing staff training, direction and supervision to the direct support, clerical, support and maintenance staff.


  • Responsible for the programming and scheduling of daily activities, excursions and trips for individuals as well as ensuring that Sabbath programing and religious practices and customs are observed.


  • Will maintain regular communication with parents, families or guardians of the individuals.


  • Responsible for ensuring compliance with all state and federally mandated requirements pertaining to the program (OMRDD, OSHA, COA, Medicaid, etc.)


  • Oversees the program’s day-to-day work flow procedures, including tasks such as billing, recruitment, PAF processing, petty cash, personal allowance, etc.  Responsible for overseeing all physical plant issues.



  • Will be on-call to ensure appropriate coverage in the facility and to provide guidance in emergency.  May be required to be on-call in order to provide emergency coverage in the event of a serious staff shortage.


  • Other duties assigned.


  • Provides on-site supervision and oversight of staff, including a minimum of one early morning and one late evening site observation per week.
  •  BA in Human Services or related field preferred; AA degree in Human Services Required. Minimum three (3) years working with the IDD population and one (1) year of supervisory experience. Familiarity with Orthodox Jewish practices preferred
  • Salary: based on experience, low to mid $60,000 plus full benefits package.

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Job Categories: Non-Profit. Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: 60,000 - 80,000.

Job expires in 354 days.

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