The Job Network

SLS Residential Administrator - North King County

companyRedwood Family Care Network
locationWashington, DC 20402, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/31/2023
Community Work

Job Title: SLS Residential AdministratorDepartment: SLS Residential Services Reports To: Assistant Director of Residential Services Annual Salary: $55,000 Classification: Non-Exempt
 OUR MISSION is to assist and train those in need, to achieve their maximum potential. Additionally, we strive to help them live a normalized, integrated, independent, and least restrictive life as possible, in a comfortable, loving environment. It is our intention to give the individuals we serve the same opportunities for growth, support and success that anyone else may have. POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for the day to day oversight and support of residential services including interviewing, hiring, and training staff, maintaining staff schedules, ensuring clients’ needs are met, and maintaining quality home environments, in a specified geographic area.
  Compensation & Benefits:

  • $55,000 per year
  • $150 Stipend for On-Call Rotation
  • Company Issued Cell phone & Laptop for work purposes
  • Voluntary Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance
  • Voluntary Short-term and Long-term Disability
  • Voluntary Accident, Critical Illness and Hospital Indemnity
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Company Paid Basic Life Insurance & ADD plus Voluntary Life Insurance
  • Accrued Paid Time Off (PTO Vacation & Sick Time)
  • Unlimited Peer Referral Program
  • Payday on demand through Dayforce Wallet
  • Working Advantage employee discount program
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flexible Savings Account (FSA)
  • 401(k)
  • Capella University Discounts

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following and not limited to:

  • Team members must maintain confidentiality of client information at all times. Furthermore, all necessary consents, HIPAA forms, Notice of Privacy Practices, and other required paperwork are completed, in advance, prior to treatment and when collaborating with other healthcare providers, agencies, and community resources.
  • Responsible for ensuring that any suspicion of or knowledge of suspected abuse is reported in accordance with the law and program policies. "Mandated Reporter"
  • Responsible for overall health, safety, wellbeing and quality of life for clients living in the homes supervised.
  • Ensures homes are staffed by predetermined staffing ratios determined by rates set with DDA and ensures that clients receive proper coverage in homes to ensure health and safety needs are met. Provides on the floor shift coverage due staffing shortages.
  • Monitors overtime hours and staffed hours, working with the recruiting department to ensure staffing needs are current and posted for hire.
  • Works with the training department to ensure employees working in homes have completed or are scheduled to complete all needed training such as Nurse Delegation, Core Training, CPR/FA and other required training.
  • Monitor and supervise Lead and Direct Support Staff to ensure that each client is receiving the necessary support to participate in the activities and achieve the goals established in their Support Plans.
  • Ensure that clients are provided transportation for: emergencies when they arise, medical appointments, therapies, work, school and outings.
  • Ensure overall quality of care, supervision, and safety of SAILS clients along with proper documentation to the company standards.
  • Will complete initial and annual employee performance review.
  • Will be responsible for the physical moving in or out of all clients, such as setting up transportation, personal belongings, shopping, furniture, bedding and other personal items.
  • Will conduct weekly compliance checks and medication audits of the homes to ensure each home is in compliance with state regulations and SAILS Washington policies, and submit weekly reports to the Assistant Director.
  • Attend client PCSP meetings. Collaborate with Residential Behavioral Specialists on designing and developing Individualized Instruction Support Plans (IISP). Coordinate new IISP and or goal revisions with the residential team.
  • Review the IISP and PBSP plan every six months with Residential Behavioral Specialists.
  • Submit weekly/bi-weekly and monthly all required tasks & reports to Residential Director and Assistant Director (may include): Weekly Administrator Report, Staffing Schedules Spreadsheet, Daily Dayforce Checking, Med Checks
  • Submit and Review Client Binders on a weekly basis, these would include: Financial Binder, Medical Binder, Daily client Binder (checking daily)
  • Shall be in the field the number of hours necessary to assure compliance with applicable law and regulations with a minimum of 40 hours per week while residents are in the home.
  • Supervises staff in the implementation of home, recreational, educational, and vocational programs, and coordinates scheduling of staff to ensure adequate coverage.
  • Conducts In-Service trainings for staff and trains staff in all necessary areas
  • Ensures the planning, scheduling, and organizing of clients' in-house activities, community recreational outings, Medical and dental appointments, etc.
  • Will make sure the day to day operations of the facility are well organized and meet client's needs, will NOT improvise.
  • Reports on a weekly basis to the Supervisor of supplies needed and maintenance required for the program.
  • Responsible for individual clients' behavioral and physical success through: Observation, clinical reports, and consultation with staff.

Work Environment—

This position is in the field; work is high pressure and often requires attention after traditional work hours. Extended periods of standing or sitting may be required at a desk while using the computer, phone use is frequent. The employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions. While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee will be exposed to clients who may ask inappropriate personal questions, display socially unacceptable personal behaviors, use profanity and sexually explicit phrases, make insulting remarks or threats regarding appearance, age, sex, or race, and exhibit defiance, dishonesty, and assaultive or self destructive behaviors.

Required Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in both written and spoken English language
  • Washington State Driver’s License, a reliable vehicle, auto insurance, and must be willing to transport clients
  • Must be located in & eligible/authorized to work in the United States
  • Must be willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations
  • Be fully vaccinated from Covid-19 or have an approved exemption
  • Must be able to lift 50lbs
  • Must pass a Washington State background check
  • High school diploma (or equivalent)
  • Maintain an active NAR or HCA, CNA
  • Successfully complete 75 CORE Basic Training
  • First Aid/CPR Certified (within 120 days of employment, training can be provided)
  • Nurse Delegation Certificate
  • Blood Borne Pathogen (within 120 days of employment, training can be provided)
  • CPI Blue Card (within 120 days of employment, training can be provided)

For more information, or to learn about other opportunities with Sails Washington, please visit our parent company's website @

Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...