Living Well Disability Services
Robbinsdale, Mendota Heights
Assistant Program Manager
What is an Assistant Program Manager (APM)?
An Assistant Program Manager is someone who works to empower and support the people we serve to achieve their goals and dreams. An Assistant Program Manager provides leadership and is actively engaged as an effective and cooperative member of service teams to implement people’s services plans and encourage people to make choices, decisions and plans that reflect people’s personal interests.
Provide direct and personal care, and support with activities of daily living to people receiving services and provide leadership and direction to other staff providing services.
Support of financial needs by managing month-end financial processes, managing timesheets and attendance, and assisting individuals with personal finances.
Manage Person Centered Planning/ Coordinated Service and Support Plan or CSSPA process and paperwork for people receiving services.
Participate in organizational management and training efforts by serving as a trainer. Effective and proactive communication with people receiving services, team members, coworkers, families, work/day programs, case managers and others.
Previous experience in a leadership role working with people with developmental disabilities.
Ability to obtain Medication Administration Certification, CPR Certification, and Positive Supports Certification.
Proficiency in Coordinated Services and Support Plan development, implementation and documentation.
Two years relevant post-secondary education or equivalent experience preferred.
Valid driver’s license and a record of five years meeting organization standards.
Ability to lift and/or move up to 32 pounds regularly and up to 100 pounds occasionally.
How to Apply:
To apply or find more information please visit our career page.