Allegheny Community Home Care is looking for qualified employees to join our team. We offer flexible schedules, health insurance, 401k retirement plan, on-site paid training, paid-time off, double holiday pay and more.
Allegheny Community Home Care is a human services agency, and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with a staff compliment of over 60+ employees providing support services to individuals with an Intellectual/Developmental Disability, and/or Behavioral Health Disorder. The company was established in 2015 and has been recognized for excellence in providing quality care and has received awards and recognition from Who’s Who Marquis Award, Fast 50 Award, and has been featured in the Pittsburgh Magazine.
The Sr. Director of ID/IDD Services reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is directly responsible for the overall coordination, review and evaluation of all services provided by the company. The position is
in the Office in Pittsburgh, PA. Relocation Assistance is Provided.
The responsibilities of the Sr. Director of ID/IDD Services include, but are not limited to:
The on-going evaluation, monitoring, and development of services that promote the mission of the agency
The direct supervision of four Managers, Human Resources, and the Compliance Department
Driving, Supporting, and Modeling a service-oriented culture focused on service excellence, fiscal responsibility, quality of life outcomes, and partnerships with families and individuals served
Working with the managerial team to review and assess organizational infrastructure including but not limited to benefits, salary administration, insurance coverage, software systems, and quality assurance
Working with the Executive Management Team in developing the overall Organizational Strategic Plan that spearheads growth strategies and processes
Possess financial and political acumen, business management and forecasting skills with the ability to link strategic and operational goals to fiscal realities and program priorities
Establish positive and proactive presence and proactive relations throughout programs and with all stakeholders
Provide mentorship to management team
Ensure high level of services to individuals that promote independence, community integration, and quality of life that are provided in a sage and supportive environment
Representing the agency at various professional, civic and governmental organizations and meetings.
Working with the Chief Executive Office to ensure the agency meets necessary regulatory, licensing, and compliance standards.
Analyzing areas in planning, promoting, and conducting organization wide performance activities.
Assisting in planning new services that generate additional sources of profitable revenue
Participating in the agencies program operation reviews as well as participating in networking events.
This position reports directly to the CEO and in the absence of the CEO, the Sr. Director of ID services may be required to interpret agency policy and provide guidance.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university in the field of Health Care Administration, Business, Education, Social/Human Services or related field.
Preferred Not Required
Masters Degree from an accredited college or university in the field of Health Care Administration, Business, Education, Socials/Human Services or related field
Minimum 8 years recent human services experience including progressively responsible leadership experience in a large, multi-service community-based organization, five of which must have been in a managerial capacity
Must read, write, speak, and understand the English language
Must possess excellent reading, writing, grammar, and organizational skills
Must display a commitment to an interdepartmental, interdisciplinary, and collaborative team approach to work
Must demonstrate sound judgement/decision making to effectively deal with the complexities and uncertainties of the nonprofit marketplace.
Ability to maintain confidential information concerning personal, financial, or medical matters
Must have knowledge of technical and professional skills management, general principles of human resource management, labor relations, and not for profit economics
Travel within the United States (periodically)
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $65,000.00 – $80,000.00 per year
Employment at ACHC is contingent upon your agreement to be immunized against COVID-19 to ensure the safety of our employees and clients. If you have already had the vaccine, you will be required to show proof of your vaccination prior to your first day.
$1,000 signing bonus!
Provide companion support to individuals with retardation and other disabilities in a community home setting.
Complies with Chapter 6400 Regulations, the Department of Human Services standards, and Allegheny Community Home Care policies and procedures.
Ensures the health, safety, and welfare of the individuals supported. Reports to Allegheny Community Home Care House Supervisor.
Supports the achievement of individual’s personal outcomes.
Implements individual’s Community Life Plans.
Accompanies individuals on recreational and shopping trips with house staff.
Engages individuals living within the house with leisure activities such as arts, crafts, and games.
Provides general assistance to the individuals in the home with implementing their activities of daily living.
Completes documentation as it relates to their job responsibilities.
Communicates and resolves individual concerns with the Allegheny Community Home Care House Supervisor and attends general staff meetings.
Complies with instructions given by the supervisor in the event of a crisis situation.
Serves as a model to the appropriate language, dress, and behavior.
Receives 24 hours training annually, relevant to Human Services.
Assumes other responsibilities as required.
Will take individuals on doctors’ appointments, medication administration, and transportation of individuals in their own vehicle or agency vehicle.
Receive medication administration training and be allowed to transport individuals in the vehicle or agency vehicle under defined conditions.
Job Type: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $16.00 per hour
Schedule: 8 hour shift
Experience: 1 year (Preferred)
License: PA Driver’s License (Required)
Application Question: Are you vaccinated against covid-19 or willing to be vaccinated upon offer of employment?
Work Location: Multiple locations
Work Remotely: No
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Allegheny Community Home Care is seeking top-performing graduates to join our Administrative Fellowship Program for the purpose of developing future leaders for ACHC. Eligible applicants must be graduates with an accredited bachelor’s degree in health care administration, public health, public administration, social work, psychology, communications or business administration prior to the start of the Fellowship.
To apply for the Fellowship Program please send the following information to [email protected]:
2. Three letters of recommendation:
-Prefer (1) to be from your academic program/professor.
3. A personal essay of no more than 500 words that describes:
-Why would you like a career in healthcare?
-Why would you like to join ACHC?
-What are your greatest attributes that you can bring to the company?
After a thorough review of all completed applications, selected
applicants will be contacted to complete a phone interview. The phone interviews will take place within 2 weeks of receipt of the completed application.
For on-site interviews, top applicants will be invited to visit ACHC in Pittsburgh, PA. Travel and accommodations will be made courtesy of Allegheny Community Home Care. Applicants will be offered to attend an interview session based on availability.
1st Quarter (July 1 – Sep 30th) Lead DSP
2nd Quarter (Oct 1 – Dec 31st) House Supervisor
3rd Quarter (Jan 1 – Mar 31st) Lead Supervisor
4th Quarter (Apr 1 – Jun 30th) Compliance Trainer (Medication/Incidents)
1st Quarter (July 1 – Sep 30th) Program Specialist
2nd Quarter (Oct 1 – Dec 31st) Human Resources
3rd Quarter (Jan 1 – Mar 31st) Quality Management
4th Quarter (Apr 1 – Jun 30th) Interim, Director Operations
A competitive salary consisting of:
Compensation for Year 1: $40,000
Compensation for Year 2: $50,000
Compensation after 2-year rotation in the Fellowship Program – Director, Operations $60,000
along with an outstanding benefits package beginning Year 1.