Program Manager Deaf Services - People Encouraging People

Post# A117 · Baltimore, Maryland

Position Overview

Responsible for program and interpreter coordination of PEP’s Deaf Unity services. Provide programs for deaf clients with chronic mental illnesses as well as the overall management, evaluation, and budget of these programs. Monitor quality services and ensure the application to Deaf Unity clients. Hire, supervise and train Deaf Unity staff. Expand existing services as well as seek out grant and other funding opportunities.

Specific Responsibilities • Hire, supervise, and train staff members, perform evaluations and initiate disciplinary action as required. • Review and coordinate level of services provided to clients and community for quantity and quality (i.e., staff availability, progress notes, Individual Rehabilitation Plans, etc.) • Ensure that documentation contained in client records meets accreditation requirements by appropriate mental health organizations. • Conduct staff and client training in American Sign Language, as required. • Develop program guidelines/program activities material/documentation as needed. • Monitor house placements, discharges, and residential site files • Monitor quality of services provided at residential sites. • Monitor Perform crisis intervention and assistance as necessary. • Conduct regularly scheduled staff meetings to address concerns. • Collect, document and assess Quality Assurance numbers. • Monitor program funding budgets and billing activities. • Coordinate/collaborate with other agencies that work with deaf populations • Communicate with other Agency departments in regards to clients concerns or needs; schedule and/or attend inter-departmental meetings as required. • Monitor all regulatory and other reporting requirements. Education, Work Experience And Job Requirements

Education: BA in Social Work, Psychology or Counseling (Master’s is preferred)

Two years of experience working in a supervisory position.

Must have the ability to work with the deaf population and have knowledge of the deaf culture.

Fluent in American Sign Language (ASL)

People Encouraging People is a non-profit behavioral healthcare corporation dedicated to providing life-transforming rehabilitation and support services to people in the community who are disabled or disadvantaged. PEP services are value-based and designed specifically for each individual’s challenges. PEP is committed to helping our clients become accepted and productive members of our community

People Encouraging People - Apply Here »

Contact this User

It is NOT ok to contact this poster with commercial interests.

Reply to
(Not Shown)