Residential House Manager - Developmental Disabilities

A full time House Manager position is available for a residential program in Bedford. Provide direct care and administrative coverage for a residential program serving adults autism. Responsible for the daily clinical and administrative functions of the program including the monitoring of ISP’s, supervision of staff, and scheduling coverage. The House Manager will be responsible for the coordination of all medical appointments. Ensure the individuals stability, safety, health promotion and maintenance, as well as acquisition of community living skills. Accompany clients on appointments and community outings. Implement behavioral treatment plans. Work collaboratively with other treatment providers, family, and guardians to maximize each person’s dignity and quality of life. Provide crisis intervention and routine medication administration. Assist in all aspects of home life such as meal planning and preparation, budgeting and leisure time.

Qualifications: Experience with autism, or behavioral experience required. BA in related field and experience working with adults with developmental disabilities preferred. Valid driver’s license is required. First Aid, CPR and MAP certification within three months of hire required.

We offer an excellent benefits package for both full and part-time staff, including up to 82% health insurance contribution, dental plan, tuition reimbursement, training funds, 3 weeks vacation and more! The Edinburg Center is an Affirmative Action and Equal opportunity employer.

The Edinburg Center, Inc. is seeking qualified, enthusiastic applicants for positions in a large, progressive mental health agency providing a comprehensive array of services to persons with mental health disorders and developmental disabilities in the Metro West area of Massachusetts. As a large, multi-service community mental health agency, The Edinburg Center maintains a specific commitment to providing services to persons whose complex and challenging needs have typically been barriers to successful community living. Our employees share the belief that all persons have the potential to learn, the capacity for change, the ability to grow and to actively contribute to the community. They respect diversity and promote dignity, respect and health, both in themselves and in others. Therefore, we seek individuals who are devoted to the well-being and welfare of others and who have a special commitment to protecting the human, civil and legal rights of all individuals. We seek to hire caring and empathetic persons who have energy, a sense of responsibility and a positive attitude and who will readily advocate for the needs of others, particularly those who are not able to do so for themselves.

How to apply

Send resume and cover letter to:

The Edinburg Center
1040 Waltham Street
Lexington, MA 02421
fax: 781-863-5903

Lexington, Massachusetts
The Edinburg Center
fax: 781-863-5903
1040 Waltham Street, Lexington, MA, 02421, US