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Residential Coordinator (New Lenox, IL)
Location: New Lenox, IL
Department: Network 5
Description: Provides support to residential team leaders and direct care staff in order to fulfill Trinity’s mission of providing the highest quality person-directed services and supports to people with developmental disabilities and mental illness so that they may flourish and live full and abundant lives. As a residential coordinator the focus is on providing supervision and mentoring team leaders who are responsible for overseeing residential homes. It is imperative to develop strong relationships with members of this team in order to give guidance, support, and to promote personal and professional growth within the team
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Demonstrating leadership abilities, motivating and encouraging team leaders and residential staff to provide quality services, supporting team leaders in completing efficient and effective on-the-job training for direct support staff, supporting team leaders with monthly schedules, providing direct support in the homes as necessary, this position does require up to three late nights per week in order to do so. This role has purview over helping support people that are served in our residential settings, managing the supervision of the physical plants of these settings and administrative responsibilities. The Residential Coordinator also serves as an agency-wide leader, willing to share expertise in the context of agency committees, presentations, and training opportunities.
Qualifications: Experience working in a residential setting with a desire to gain supervisory experience, preferably in a social service or human service field. Interested candidates must have excellent organizational skills and the ability to effectively establish priorities.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in a residential setting with individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Contact Info: Melissa Pierce, firstname.lastname@example.org