Hope Community Resources, Inc.

Seward: Community Support Supervisor

Job ID
Regular Part-Time
Compensation Min
USD $0.00/Yr.


The Community Support Supervisor in Seward is a part-time position that oversees services for developmentally disabled children, adolescents, and adults and ensures individual goals are met and that individuals experience a high quality of life. This position also provides direct supervision to a variety of staff including assisting in placing staff, assuring training is current, providing feedback to staff through evaluations & disciplinary actions. The Community Support Supervisor also provides direct support services to the Individuals in the Seward Community.  This position requires someone to be organized, have good attention to detail, willing to work as a team and handle multiple priorities. The successful candidate will be compassionate with effective communication and problem solving skills.


The schedule includes 5 hours a week of Supervisory responsibilities and 15 hours a week providing services to our support recipients.




  1. Supervises, evaluates and counsels direct support staff.
  2. Implements support services as outlined in the Plan of Care, including but not limited to, activities of daily living, day habilitation, employment, inclusionary activities and active learning.
  3. Assists individuals with daily personal hygiene, dressing, toileting, repositioning, feeding, cooking and household chores as needed. 
  4. Assures that each individual receives staff support as delineated in the Plan of Care and Individual Support Plan.
  5. Maintains positive communication with all team members including Network Director, Care Coordinators, Home Alliance Coordinators, Community Support Specialists and Staffing Technicians in order to assure the delivery of services and supports to individuals.
  6. Assures thorough training for each staff, including position specific tasks, documentation and communication expectations, assisting staff to track and maintain required agency training and licensing standards.
  7. Assures the completion and processing of agency documentation required for each individual supported.




  • Two (2) years work experience in social services or supported employment services, including one (1) year of supervisory experience
  • Associates Degree in Health/Social Science, Psychology, Special Education or closely related field
    • Experience may substitute for education on a two for one basis


  • Work experience in mental health and autism
  • Counseling and crisis intervention experience


  • Ability to lift 25 lbs. from a squat-and-kneel position
  • Possess a valid Alaska driver license and proof of insurance
  • Provide driving record that meets agency guidelines
  • Pass a criminal background check under state regulation


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