The On Demand Replacement Home Alliance Coordinator (RHAC) provides services to Hope support recipients through their leadership of an Assisted Living Home. The On Demand RHAC replaces the HAC when that person is on leave for an extended period or while a new HAC is being hired. The On Demand RHAC is responsible for overall management of the home. This position ensures the health and safety of the support recipients and provides a wide range of services. The On Demand RHAC position includes teaching of living skills, social and communication skills, and other needed life skills for social independence and community inclusion. This position facilitates communication between all members of the support recipient’s team. The On Demand RHAC leads the team of Individual Support Specialist (ISS) , Behavior Health Associate (BHA) and relief staff working in the home, ensuring the implementation of the Plan of Care/Support Plan.
This position requires that the On Demand RHAC live in the home of the individuals receiving supports. The On Demand RHAC is responsible for being in the home unless accompanying support recipient in the community, conducting agency business, on approved time away, or on a designated day off.
The On Demand RHAC may also work in homes replacing an ISS as needs arise. This position may be scheduled for between 10 and 16 hours per day to cover ISS shifts. The On Demand RHAC needs to be very flexible to move from home to home on short notice, when assigned by the supervisor based on need.
Education and Experience:
Completion of an approved management or administrator training course and at least one (1) year of documented experience relevant to the population of residents to be served
Documented completion of a certified nurse aid training program approved by the Board of Nursing and have at least one (1) year of documented experience relevant to the population of residents to be served
Two (2) years of documented experience relevant to the population of residents to be served
Any combination of the above sufficient to fulfill the duties of an Administrator.
2. Strongly Preferred Experience (may be combined with above experience):
Two (2) years of experience with people who experience developmental disabilities.
One (1) year supervisory or administrative experience. (May be obtained from a range of experiences.)