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Director of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Job Code:302021-006
Location:303-Puller Center
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
Salary:Commensurate with Education and Experience
Closing Date:Open Until Filled
  

General Information:
Employee performs highly responsible managerial and administrative work overseeing all services in the Division of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.  Work involves planning, coordinating, and directing all services administered by the CSB for people who are intellectual disabled; supervising assigned professionals, technical, and clerical personnel, and evaluating programs to ensure compliance with state, federal, and local regulations.  Employee is responsible for overseeing the implementation of procedures and policies within the department and recommending changes to existing policies and procedures; assisting in the budget preparation and monitoring departmental spending; analyzing data and preparing various oral and written reports. 

  • Develops program outcomes and strategies for all Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Division programs; assesses needs, recommendations, policies, and procedures for reviewing and determination by Executive Director and Board of Directors; monitors program activities.
  • Plans, organizes, and directs provisions of assigned Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities programs in accordance with established policies, procedures and standards; community needs, and applicable local, state, and federal laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations. 
  • Assists Executive Director and Director of Finance in preparation of annual budget proposal, and in administration of division budget of combined local, state, federal and reimbursement funds, approves budget expenditures according to financial policy.
  • Evaluates program activities to ensure all services are delivered in a Person-Centered environment that follows legislative standards and policies as well as licensure requirements.  Reviews and evaluates program policies and procedures, recommends changes to Executive Director and Director of Quality Assurance as appropriate.
  • Conducts and reviews Human Rights Investigations and recommends action as appropriate. 
  • Supervises all division staff either directly or through subordinate supervisors.  Performs a variety of administrative duties associated with managing division supervisor, support and clinical staff including assigning work, instructing and advising as necessary, evaluating performances, ensuring staff receipt of training and professional development, and resolving problems as non-routine situations arise.  Reviews and makes recommendations regarding personnel actions within assigned programs and divisions; monitors staffing level within the division and recommends adjustments.  Conducts staff meetings with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities personnel. 
  • Prepares and/or reviews variety of reports pertaining to division programs and services.  Submits reports to the Executive Director and Board as scheduled and upon request. 
  • Attends state and regional meetings as representative of the Board; makes oral presentations; participates in activities of the Board as appropriate; handles public relations for Division of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.  Participates in regional and statewide activities relative to the goals of the division.
  • Acts as ambassador of services and supports to the community at large.
  • Serves as member of CSB Senior Management Team.

Minimum Training and Experience:

Education

  • BA in sociology, social work, public administration, psychology, or a related field, Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Most possess a valid Virginia Driver’s license and driving record acceptable to agency insurance carrier. 
  • Must be certified tuberculosis free as required by licensing authority.

 

Experience

  • Minimum of 6 years of experience managing programs for individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families
  • Experience at a senior leadership level in a similar-sized public behavioral health, private provider, healthcare, nonprofit, or managed care organization is desirable, as is management experience with integration of behavioral health and primary health services and systems
  • Experience with Third-party payers include insurance companies, governmental payers, like Medicare.

Special Requirements:

Benefits include:

Anthem BCBS Health insurance including dental & vision

Retirement through the Virginia Retirement System (VRS)

Life Insurance

12 paid holidays

PTO accrued - 3.6 weeks the first year

Verizon Wireless discount of 15% on service plans

The agency of MPNN Community Services Board maintains a drug free workplace. Benefits listed are for fulltime qualifying employees. EOE