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Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
We are seeking a Social Worker/Psychotherapist preferrably licensed open to master's only with substance use experience open to completing intakes at our OASAS clinic.     The Outreach Specialist will;   - Provide telephonic, written and face to face outreach and orientation services for each Health Home eligible client in order to facilitate Health Home enrollment and retention - Utilize internet databases, health record systems, and other resources to explore client eligibility and contact information - Utilize Electronic Health/Medical Record system(s) of assigned Health Home(s) to maintain ongoing clinical documentation and records upholding all HIPAA regulations and confidentiality protocols to record each interaction with every client served. - Assist Care Coordinators in securing and identifying needed referrals to community and network medical, behavioral health and social assistance providers through telephonic, written, and/or face to face outreach, research, and maintenance of the program resource directory - Provide follow up services via telephonic or face to face engagement with clients and service planning partners as needed to coordinate reminder calls, medication and wellness checks upon request from the Care Coordination team - Participate in conjoint meetings or client transports with other Care Coordination staff - Provide oral and/or written status updates regarding client alerts, progress, regress, and needs to responsible Care Coordinator(s) and supervisor, and any service providers, legal mandate, or other care plan affiliates as needed to assist the program and clients - Attend meetings in the community
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide staff member will be responsible for: - Responsible for ensuring a safe environment and that tenants are adhering to House Rules and program policies - Monitor surveillance systems - Act as role model to tenants and encourage program participation - Provide necessary support to residents for a variety of issues - Make hourly observation rounds and document in the communication log - Communicate incidents to supervisory staff via written incident reports and communication log - Attend staff meetings - Provides frontline crisis intervention - Answer phones and route calls as needed - Ensure reception area is tidy - Performs other duties as requested by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Outreach Specialist will; - Provide telephonic, written and face to face outreach and orientation services for each Health Home eligible client in order to facilitate Health Home enrollment and retention - Utilize internet databases, health record systems, and other resources to explore client eligibility and contact information - Utilize Electronic Health/Medical Record system(s) of assigned Health Home(s) to maintain ongoing clinical documentation and records upholding all HIPAA regulations and confidentiality protocols to record each interaction with every client served. - Assist Care Coordinators in securing and identifying needed referrals to community and network medical, behavioral health and social assistance providers through telephonic, written, and/or face to face outreach, research, and maintenance of the program resource directory - Provide follow up services via telephonic or face to face engagement with clients and service planning partners as needed to coordinate reminder calls, medication and wellness checks upon request from the Care Coordination team - Participate in conjoint meetings or client transports with other Care Coordination staff - Provide oral and/or written status updates regarding client alerts, progress, regress, and needs to responsible Care Coordinator(s) and supervisor, and any service providers, legal mandate, or other care plan affiliates as needed to assist the program and clients - Attend meetings in the community
Job Locations US-NY-Amityville
The Outreach Specialist will provide outreach and ongoing support, and assisting team members in the delivery of daily services, including providing positive modeling, peer counseling, support and encouragement to participants.    ESSENTIAL DUTIES:   - Provide outreach through the distribution of materials, information, education and prevention messages to community members and possible program participants. -  Offer formal and informal program presentations to community groups, businesses, and organizations. - Provide resource and referral services to potential participants, particularly for VA services and entitlements, public benefits, and housing resources. - Develop, assess, and monitor strategic outreach plan in an effort to focus on finding Veterans, specifically: female Veterans, OEF/OIF/ND Veterans, and Veterans of low and extremely low income. - Attend VA sponsored and non-VA sponsored events to spread program awareness. - Use creative ideas to spread awareness of SSVF; i.e., outreach material, radio PSA’s, public television, etc.   -  Partner with other SSVF grantees to conduct outreach as necessary. - Interface with representatives from community agencies and partnering service providers in order to facilitate the delivery of program services and maintain a steady flow of referrals. - Develop a referral network and follow up to keep contacts warm.   - Conduct street outreach with local DSS offices. - Respond to notification of street homeless Veterans; immediately outreach and engage. - Act as a liaison to community groups including civic, social service, government, businesses, and non-profit organizations. - Maintain a strong working relationship with colleagues and program management. - Act as advocate for participants as appropriate; encourage and support self-advocacy. - Participate in ongoing individual supervision, team meetings, case conferences, division meetings, and trainings. -  Respond to information requests from internal staff. - Maintain confidentiality of all program participants and staff.    - Represent the organization in a positive and appropriate manner to outside entities. - Perform other duties related to the program as defined by the Regional Director.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Facilities Manager will be responsible for managing building maintenance and repairs, cleanliness, grounds keeping, fire safety, building evacuation, building security, consumer safety, and consumer hygiene.   Responsibilities: - Develop regular cleaning and preventative building maintenance schedule.   - Responsible for managing, ordering, and inventory of maintenance tools and supplies, office equipment and supplies. - Collaborate with Program Director around building maintenance budget management. - Responsible for maintaining fire safety which includes: - Developing Fire Safety plan and training all staff on Fire Safety Procedures and Building Evacuation. - Oversee the coordination of monthly fire drills/building evacuation procedures and the maintenance of fire drill logs. - Oversee periodic building inspections checking for any fire safety hazards or violations and all systems related to fire prevention (centralized fire alarm panel, sprinkler system, smoke detectors, and fire extinguishers). - Coordinating servicing and documenting service/inspections of all fire safety equipment. - Oversee the provision/posting of all written fire safety and prevention information to all staff and consumers and periodically revise/edit same as appropriate.   - Manage and oversee workload distribution for Porters. - Prepare for DHS building inspections, and outside entities such as the Office of Temporary Disability Assistance, NYC Dept. of Buildings, and other state and city agencies.   - Complies with and enforces all SUS Employee Policies, Procedures, and Protocols, SUS Corporate Compliance Policies, and NYC - DHS Regulations, and Statutes. - Coordinates with DHS on major building repairs as appropriate. - Coordinates with vendors for extermination and laundry service and coordinate scheduling. - Receive work orders, prioritize workload, and triage repairs. - Responsible for program vehicle. - Maintains CPR/ First Aid and Mandated Reporter Certification on annual basis. - Any other duties assigned by the Program Director. - Attend staff meetings and trainings as needed. - A work schedule that includes some weekend and evening hours will be required.
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Maintenance Worker ensures the proper maintenance and upkeep of the facility. Assists in developing consumer’s ability to maintain individual residents on basic cleaning and safety. this position will be located in the Bronx.   - Maintain cleanliness in assigned areas within the facility.  This includes but is not limited to: floor care (mopping, sweeping, buffing, stripping and waxing), cleaning bathrooms, emptying trash, separating recyclables, emptying garbage, wiping windows and walls, and cleaning stairways. - Carry out minor repairs and building maintenance throughout assigned areas of the facility. - Responsible for exterior snow and ice removal as well as upkeep of the grounds. This includes but is not limited to sidewalk maintenance, maintaining landscaping, and all other aspects of the building exterior. - Assist Staff with special events by setting the chairs and tables up for use making sure the area is clean and safe for all - Maintain building maintenance tools and machinery to ensure that all items are in good working condition. - If Program does not have a superintendent, Responsible for ordering cleaning supplies, paper supplies, lightbulbs, garbage bags, etc.  and maintaining biweekly inventory. - Assist in moving and storing program supplies, office furniture, office equipment, dorm furniture, consumer belongings, and other items in and around the facility when and where appropriate. - Comply with all SUS Employee Policies, Procedures and Protocols SUS Cooperate Compliance Policies - Willing to assist when EMERGENCIES arise in the Facility - Must wear SUS maintenance uniform and must maintain uniform so that it is clean and presentable at the start of each shift. Complete other tasks assigned by Director or Superintendent - Attend staff meetings, group supervision, and trainings as needed. - Assist with apartment turn over following move outs to prepare apartments for new families, this includes plastering, sanding walls and painting; transporting resident and property to new apartment/unit.  - Assist Super with the maintenance of the building.
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Turn your passion for helping others into a fulfilling career at one of New York City’s most respected disability services organizations.   Services for the UnderServed (S:US) is hiring Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) to support people with intellectual/developmental disabilities in living their best life in a safe environment. Join our team to start your career in social services while learning from the best experts in the field.   S:US offers: Flexible scheduling, 1199 union benefits, and boasts a 10-percent internal promotion rate organization-wide!   This opportunity is available at our program located on Graff Avenue in Bronx, NY.  Responsibilities: • Provide habilitation services to each client as prescribed in that client’s service plans (CFA, Individual Service plan, Habilitation plan) • Assist each client, as needed, in skill development in areas such as activities of daily living, domestic living, recreation and socialization • With appropriate training and supervision, administer medication to clients as assigned and in compliance with management, medical and nursing policies and procedures • Ensure assigned clients’ nutritional needs are met according to prescribed diet, and assist with feeding as necessary • Report immediately any observed/known deficiencies or own inability in providing habilitation services to clients, as well as all types of abuse and other facility problems, including physical plant/safety issues to management Benefits Overview: We offer attractive compensation with comprehensive benefits including: Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance;403(b); Credit Union; FSAs; Short-and-Long-Term Disability; Transportation Plan; Generous Paid Vacations and Holidays
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
In this position you will; - Provide programs and events that encourage engagement and socialization to help support high quality of life for our residents - Arrange meetings with interested individual resident and/or groups, to identify their recreational interest and needs, to plan and implement recreational programs that meet the residents' present level of functioning - Motivate individuals and groups to become involved in the recreation program by participating in and leading specific activities and events - Plan, organize, promote, implement, and supervise monthly life enrichment activities calendar for community - Ensure a variety of recreational, social, cultural, educational and entertainment programs are planned and implemented, applicable to all ages, mainly for the elders - Prepare and post promotional and advertising materials for monthly program activities including calendars and/or bulletins - Daily and quarterly documentation of residents' participation in programs and progress notes according to monthly calendar schedule, to assure resident’s progress - Planned activities must be able to contribute to the documentation process including, but not limited to: assessments, progress notes, and care plan, in addition to, participate in monthly care conferences - Provide monthly and yearly reports around recreation program goals, opportunities and/or improvements - Research recreation programs funding sources and project requirements - Coordinate transportation of residents to and from events outside of the community, which may include driving an agency motor vehicle. - Any other duties as assigned by the Program Director, Designee or as required. ABILITY REQUIREMENTS: - Ability to plan, organize, motivate, lead, and promote a variety of recreational activities year round, indoors and outdoors, for different age groups with diverse interests - Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and rapport with employees, supervisors and the general public of all ages - Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; answering questions and keeping individuals motivated - Ability to group problem-solving and able to fix situations quickly, and/or adjust activities for all involved - Ability to frequently walk and sit when leading various recreational activities - Ability to perform other related duties as required - Ability to work flexible shift including weekends as assigned  
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Looking for a career that offers great pay, benefits, flexibility and growth? Well, S:US is the right place and now is the right time! S:US is looking for Maintenance Worker to assist in maintaining the cleanliness of our shelter programs. The duties include: floor care (mopping, sweeping, buffing, waxing), cleaning bathrooms, separating recyclables, emptying garbage, wiping windows and walls, and cleaning stairway. The Porter is also responsible for the exterior of the building, snow and ice removal and upkeep of the grounds. Also, assisting with moving and storing program supplies, office furniture, office equipment and dorm furniture.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Company Overview: As a leading provider of residential and support services to individuals with special needs, Services for the UnderServed provides the resources you need to build on your experience amidst our culture of team support. Ongoing training and attention to your development help to ensure your success. Your achievements and leadership are rewarded by advancement opportunities. Our commitment to continuous quality improvement impacts the lives of our clients and communities while contributing to the development of our employees.   Position Summary: The START Coordinator will provide community-based crisis intervnetion and prevention services for individuals with intellectional and developmental disabilities and mental health needs.   Responsibilities: - Must work a designated number of hours each week - Participate in didactic trainings and additional trainings as required - Provide systemic consultation - Participate in National Center for START Services trainings and events - Prepare agendas and document outcomes for individual mentoring sessions held with Center for START Services - Maintain linkages and relationships with community partners - Assist with referrals for consultation and treatment as needed - Ensure the coordination of support meetings and crisis plan development for individuals served through START - Participate in recurring meetings with START leadership, clinical team, and Resource Center program - Provide home visits and visits to day and vocational settings as needed - Develop Comprehensive Service Evaluations, Cross-System Crisis Prevention and Intervention Plans, intake/assessments, intervention and outcome plans for Resource Center admissions or inpatient hospital admissions and any other applicable documentation of services provided - Maintain an active caseload of individuals referred for START Services (variability occurs depending on activity level of cases and the project scope) - Provide on-call support on a rotational basis as part of a START Team Participate in the START Network, which brings together projects from across North America through an online resource center, conference calls, select study groups and a meeting at an annual conference as recommended Benefits Overview: We offer attractive compensation with comprehensive benefits including: Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance;403(b); Credit Union; FSAs; Short-and-Long-Term Disability; Transportation Plan; Generous Paid Vacations and Holidays
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Turn your passion for helping others into a fulfilling career at one of New York City’s most respected disability services organizations.   Services for the UnderServed (S:US) is hiring Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) to support people with intellectual/developmental disabilities in living their best life in a safe environment. Join our team to start your career in social services while learning from the best experts in the field.   S:US offers: Flexible scheduling, 1199 union benefits, and boasts a 10-percent internal promotion rate organization-wide!   This opportunity is available at our program located on St. Marks Street in Brooklyn, NY.   Responsibilities: - Provide habilitation services to each client as prescribed in that client’s service plans (CFA, Individual Service plan, Habilitation plan) - Assist each client, as needed, in skill development in areas such as activities of daily living, domestic living, recreation and socialization - With appropriate training and supervision, administer medication to clients as assigned and in compliance with management, medical and nursing policies and procedures - Ensure assigned clients’ nutritional needs are met according to prescribed diet, and assist with feeding as necessary - Report immediately any observed/known deficiencies or own inability in providing habilitation services to clients, as well as all types of abuse and other facility problems, including physical plant/safety issues to management   Benefits Overview: We offer attractive compensation with comprehensive benefits including: Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance;403(b); Credit Union; FSAs; Short-and-Long-Term Disability; Transportation Plan; Generous Paid Vacations and Holidays
Job Locations US-NY-South Ozone Park
Turn your passion for helping others into a fulfilling career at one of New York City’s most respected disability services organizations.   Services for the UnderServed (S:US) is hiring Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) to support people with intellectual/developmental disabilities in living their best life in a safe environment. Join our team to start your career in social services while learning from the best experts in the field.   S:US offers: Flexible scheduling, 1199 union benefits, and boasts a 10-percent internal promotion rate organization-wide!     This opportunity is available at our program located on Lefferts Blvd in South Ozone Park, NY.     The Day Habilitation Specialist provides individuals with developmental disabilities with skill development through a combination of community & classroom learning experiences.   Position Summary: The Day Habilitation Specialist provides individuals with developmental disabilities with skill development through a combination of community & classroom learning experiences.   Responsibilities: - Assists each consumer in skill development in areas such as independent living, adaptive behaviors, socialization, recreation and activities of daily living. - Supervises consumers in the community, using various experiences to reinforce skills being taught in group session while ensuring their safety. - Leads group sessions with consumers and facilitate the discussions to provide learning skills to be used in their community. - Provides annual and semi-annual progress reports regarding valued outcomes. - Assesses the needs of lower functioning and/or non-verbal consumers through observations and evaluations; their valued outcomes will be developed and addressed. - Provides input and ensures compliance with the valued outcomes in the ISP and Day Habilitation Plan. - Provides weekly documentation of outcomes being worked towards with each individual in accordance with his/her Day Habilitation Plan. Benefits Overview: We offer attractive compensation with comprehensive benefits including: Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance;403(b); Credit Union; FSAs; Short-and-Long-Term Disability; Transportation Plan; Generous Paid Vacations and Holidays
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Are you looking for a company that is recognized for bringing positive change to the underserved community? Then come join the SUS family! We offer a rewarding careers, outstanding benefits, work-life balance and the opportunity to serve others. We are look for passionate Residential Aides to work in in our shelter programs, providing services that include: driving program vehicle to drop off and pick up shelter residents, assist with cleaning facility and the nightly count. The Residential Aide is also responsible for packing client belongings for move outs, transfers and curfew violators.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Case Manager provides weekly case management to assigned family caseload to ensure the quality of care for homeless families.   Responsibilities: - Conduct intake process with new family members within 24 hours of admission.  This includes but is not limited to explanation of client’s rights and responsibilities and grievance procedures. - Conduct psychosocial, vocational/educational, and housing assessments and documentation of same. - Meet weekly to develop and monitor individual and family service plans in conjunction with family members to meet the family’s needs. - Provide child care referrals and assist families to navigate the NYC Department of Education system. - Establish linkages and maintain solid working relationships with supportive housing providers, real estate brokers, managing agents, and landlords as a resource for family members. - Assess consumer readiness and barriers towards obtaining affordable permanent housing. - Escorting and preparing family members for successfully securing and maintaining permanent housing. - Accompany family members on medical, public benefit, and housing appointments, as necessary. - Assist family members with identifying and securing permanent affordable housing.  - Prepare and assist family members with the housing application/interview process. - Collaborate with other service providers to secure needed services for families. - Facilitate supportive group and individual counseling, workshops, psych education, and recreational activities. - Conduct apartment inspections to assess consumer personal hygiene, room cleanliness, and overall ADL skills. - Develop referral network to support household members, especially minor children. - Assist family members with accessing needed community services (medical, psychological, substance abuse, vocational, food, clothing, etc.) through the development of a referral network, referral and follow-up.  - Assist family members with problem solving and crisis intervention by addressing all emergency situations as appropriate. - Act as advocate for family members as appropriate; encourage and support self- advocacy. - Identification of any problems in daily living skills; hands on assistance and/or referral in addressing problems in daily living skills. - Work as a member of the social service team in the development of on-site and off-site recreation, socialization, educational and skill building activities with a view towards community inclusion and integration. - Liaison to community-based services and groups including civic, social service government, and business organizations. - Participate in ongoing individual supervision, team meetings, case conferences, division meetings and trainings. - Adhere to on call system to facilitate crisis intervention, emergencies and other situations that require immediate action. - Maintains CPR/ First Aid and Mandated Reporter Certification on annual basis. - Maintain up-to-date, accurate, complete, and timely consumer chart documentation in compliance with agency standards. - Working knowledge of various computer programs including e-mail, Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, AWARDS, and CARES. - Assist in building evacuation during fire drills and building emergencies. - Evening and weekend hours will be required. 
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Vocational/Case Manager will possess a CASAC and perform the following job functions; - Conduct initial vocational assessments of participants to determine employment viability. - Formulates treatment plans in accordance with OASAS standards along with subsequent reviews. - Maintains and active employment and vocational training data bank. - Enters working participants’ status in HRA STARS data base. - Collects copies of pay stubs for all working participants and forwards to billing department. - Constructs budgets in collaboration with working participants and monitors the same. - Provide monthly vocational report along with Medicaid Plan of Self Support document. - Performs such other duties as may be assigned by the clinical supervisor.
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Case Manager will possess a CASAC and perform the following job functions; - Conduct initial vocational assessments of participants to determine employment viability. - Formulates treatment plans in accordance with OASAS standards along with subsequent reviews. - Maintains and active employment and vocational training data bank. - Enters working participants’ status in HRA STARS data base. - Collects copies of pay stubs for all working participants and forwards to billing department. - Constructs budgets in collaboration with working participants and monitors the same. - Provide monthly vocational report along with Medicaid Plan of Self Support document. - Performs such other duties as may be assigned by the clinical supervisor.
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Outreach Specialist will deliver outreach and supportive services to veteran families, providing engagement and ongoing support, and assisting team members in the delivery of daily services, including providing positive modeling, peer counseling, support and encouragement to participants.    Responsibilities: - Provide outreach through the distribution of materials, information, education and prevention messages to community members and possible participants. - Address crowds of varying sizes and offer program presentations. - Provide resource and referral services to community members and possible participants, particularly for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs services and entitlements, public benefits, and housing resources. - Develop, assess and monitor strategic outreach plan and resources in conjunction with SSVF staff. - Develop, assess and monitor strategic outreach plans in partnership with other SSVF programs. - Interface with representatives from referring agencies and partnering service providers in order to facilitate the delivery of program services and a steady flow of referrals. - Assist program participants with accessing needed community services (housing, medical, psychological, substance abuse, vocational, food, clothing, etc.) through the development of a referral network, referral and follow up.  - Act as advocate for participants as appropriate; encourage and support self- advocacy. - Maintain a strong working relationship with colleagues and program managers. - Document all services in compliance with agency standards. - Work as a member of the social service team in the development of on-site and off-site socialization, educational, risk reduction and skill building activities with a view towards permanent housing stability. - Liaison to community based services and groups including civic, social service government, businesses and non-profit organizations. - Participate in ongoing individual supervision, team meetings, case conferences, division meetings and trainings. - Respond to information requests from internal SUS staff. - Participate in SUS Veterans Service Fair(s) and other company events.
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Regional Director is responsible for ensuring the overall effective operation of the residential facilities for the Developmental Disabilities division by providing training and monitoring adherence to Federal and State regulations, agency policies and procedures and union contacts.   Responsibilities: - Coordinates services to ensured policies /procedures are implemented uniformly across residential program as applicable - Make recommendations on improvement to programming and operations of the facilities. - Reviews consumer personal allowance and banking ledgers - Conducts physical plant inspections and documenting findings - Reviews staffing patterns/schedules for appropriateness based on consumer need. - Reviews in-service binder for compliance to schedule and content - Reviews community inclusion documentation for appropriate frequency and content - Reviews recreation schedule and data for appropriate activities and documentation - Assists in problem solving for staffing issues - Participate interview process for all management staff - Reviews QIR’s for frequency and content - Provides training to new Program Managers on policies and procedures - Reviews Petty Cash, check requests, vacation proposals and Disciplinary actions   Benefits Overview: We offer attractive compensation with comprehensive benefits including: Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance;403(b); Credit Union; FSAs; Short-and-Long-Term Disability; Transportation Plan; Generous Paid Vacations and Holidays
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Residential Aide staff member will be responsible for ensuring a safe environment and that tenants are adhering to House Rules and program policies, monitoring surveillance systems, and acting as a role model to tenants and encourage program participation. In this role you will provide necessary support to residents for a variety of issues, make hourly observation rounds and document in the communication log, communicate incidents to supervisory staff via written incident reports and communication log, and attend staff meetings. You will also provide frontline crisis intervention, answer phones and route calls as needed, ensure reception area is tidy, and perform other duties as requested by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Registered Nurse (P/T) will ensures the health and physical well-being of the consumers and will; - Participate as appropriate in the development, review and update of an Individual Program Plan as part of the Interdisciplinary Team process - Participate in pre-admission screening and evaluation of ICF-referred Consumers - Develop an initial nursing assessment within 24 hours of placement at a facility - Develop a Nursing Service Plan based on a Nursing Assessment, Physical Exam Report, Evaluation of Consumers Ability to Self Medicate and ITT input, within 30 days of placement, and annually thereafter - Review and updates Nursing Service Plans semi-annually and as needed based on needs derived from completed nursing evaluations and quarterly nursing physical assessments - Ensure that nursing care, as prescribed by the physician or as identified by individual needs, is carried out - Participate in the development of discharge plans - Make referrals to appropriate community resources based on the completed medical portion of the consumer’s Community Service Plan - Assesse consumer’s health condition as needed, and determines the need for referral to physician or emergency room based on observation and/or staff provided information - Ensure control of communicable diseases and infections - Supervise medication administration periodically, ensuring adherence with OPWDD regulations and agency policy - Report all injuries to management immediately to ensure appropriate incident reporting procedures are followed - Complete quarterly Quality Improvement Reports and ensure resolution to any outstanding issues - Review and follow up on Quality Improvement Reports completed by the Medical Assistant - Complete semi-annual and annual nursing ITT report - Participate in annual and semi-annual interdisciplinary team meeting along with any special meetings within or outside the residence - Participate in the monthly review and reordering of consumers’ medication together with the primary psychiatrist and facility psychologist - Ensures proper storage of all medication and medical supplies, and the proper disposal of the same (in accordance with OPWDD regulations and/or agency policy) - Review and monitor, for the purpose of health maintenance bowel movement records, vital signs, seizure activity and records, menstrual records, and tardive dyskenesia records on an ongoing basis.  Reports irregularities or abnormalities to the consumer’s primary physician as needed - Ensure ongoing health care services are provided as needed and medical appointments are scheduled in a timely manner - Supervise, assists and trains a qualified program specialist to become a Nursing Assistant - Supervise, assists and trains Licensed Practical Nurses to include a review and signing of all written reports for accuracy prior to being presented to ITT