Dungarvin is a national organization of privately owned companies that are dedicated to providing high quality, community-based supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, people who are faced with mental health, behavioral or significant medical challenges, and to children and their families.
Regional Director is a high impact opportunity to manage operations in the Sauk County area of the state. As the Regional Director, you serve as the Business Leader for the Sauk County region, providing direction and leadership for a team of professionals and other staff who support our homes. We serve people with serious mental illness in community-based living designed to fit each individual's needs and preferences.
You will ensure that services/supports provided to individuals are of the highest quality and that there is adherence to a “no fail” concept. Create and maintain close relationships with families, guardians, and stakeholders. Develop program budgets and supervise the management of expenses within budgets. Manage risk, minimize organizational liability and ensure all reasonable measures are taken to ensure safety of individuals supported, staff and the community.
KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITY BREAKDOWN:
-Ensure the individuals we serve are cared for with the utmost quality and attention. -Develop and maintain effective working relationships with all funding sources, regulatory bodies, and inter-agency liaisons and families of those we serve. -Plan, implement, and maintain all aspects of business and program development. -Review and recommend policies and procedures to enhance program efficiency, and use technical and analytical tools to measure performance and productivity. -Oversee authorizations for services; liaise with Finance/Billing and other operating units. -Hire and supervise program staff, evaluate programs and staff performance for quality assurance and utilization. Assisting in staff/caregiver training. -Oversee clinical and crisis management, service delivery, and compliance with all regulatory, contractual, corporate and legal requirements. -Oversee Behavior Support Plan monitoring, revisions and the selection of intervention strategies. -Assist with marketing development of new business and projecting revenue and monitoring monthly expenses. -Ensure that all records are accurate, up-to-date, and are in compliance with legal and corporate requirements. -Develop and implement programs and services to re-mediate behavioral and social problems for persons served.
SKILLS CRUCIAL TO SUCCESS IN THIS ROLE:
-Knowledge and experience with all service programs strongly preferred. This includes Home and Community based services. -Demonstrated experience with juggling multiple priorities while remaining focused on staff and service quality -Knowledge of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Neurocognitive disorders (Strongly prefer dual diagnosis or complex behavior support needs). -Having strong decision-making and communication skills, be responsible, mature, and flexible. -A passion for excellence, able to set standards and hold people accountable. -Exceptional communication skills (written and spoken) -Have knowledge of the State laws (Chapter 51, Chapter 55 and Chapter 34).
-Bachelor's degree in human services field (Psychology, Counseling, Allied Health, Educational Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, etc.) required; Master’s degree preferred. -Minimum of 5 years human services industry experience, with strong management experience, required. -Budget experience of minimum 5 million dollars.
About Dungarvin Wisconsin, LLC
Dungarvin is a national organization of privately owned companies that are dedicated to providing high quality, community-based supports to people with varying support needs.
Founded in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1976, Dungarvin has grown to employ approximately 3,000 people who currently provide supports to over 2,100 individuals across 13 states.
Dungarvin provides a variety of individually tailored services and supports under the Medicaid Home and Community Based Waiver. Additionally, we provide services in several small homes licensed as Intermediate Care Facilities/Mental Retardation (ICF/MR) in Indiana. Other services provided include day services, supported employment, case management, supported foster care, children’s services, respite care, host homes and supports for persons with traumatic brain injury and mental health needs in several states. Our quality services are flexible and responsive to individual needs and choices, while maintaining the fiscal integrity that ensures the long-term stability and security every person expects and deserves.