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Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp., Bel Air, MD, is a division of The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. of Vermont, a private, non-profit corporation with principal interests in serving individuals with developmental and other disabilities. Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp. has been a licensed provider of the Developmental Disabilities Administration in Maryland since 1998, offering residential, educational, and technical services. Mid-Atlantic now supports over 70 individuals who have autism spectrum disorder, traumatic brain injury, intellectual disabilities, complex medical needs, psychiatric disorders, dual diagnoses and social-emotional maladjustment.   

Project Director: Responsible for the overall administrative, financial and operational aspects of group homes and/or ISO’s. He/she oversees the operation of the Project and ensures the completion of activities related to service coordination, staffing, supervision, ISP program development and implementation, repair and maintenance, and budge management. The Project Director is responsible for the overall health and safety of all individuals served by each Program. The Project Director ensures that all individuals are afforded opportunities to experience community activities, develop relationships, make individual choices and decisions, learn new skills in all levels of living, and are treated with dignity and respect.
Job Responsibilities:

  • Has responsibility for overall coordination of residential and shared living services and communicating with other service providers, funding sources, and medical providers, etc.;
  • Responsible for compliance with all appropriate DDA regulations;
  • Monitors and ensure compliance with IP objectives and established treatment/habilitation protocols;
  • Develops individuals’ treatment programs, data collection and analysis systems, and performs other duties as may be related to the provision of treatment/habilitation services;
  • Ensures timely completion of required reports and documentation;
  • Has direct management responsibility for Facility Coordinators including supervision and evaluation;
  • Ensures timely completion of all staff evaluations and documentation processes;
  • Ensures that all managers, staff and providers keep current and up to date with trainings and certifications;
  • Ensures high level of maintenance and housekeeping in group homes. Makes certain that safety and cleanliness standards are maintained at the highest level and meet or exceed regulatory requirements of all funding agencies;
  • Ensures that all individuals supported within the project enjoy a comfortable, stable and health living environment;
  • Performs site visits and documents areas in need of improvement. Reviews recommendations with the State Director. Performs follow up visits to confirm changes/improvements are being done;
  • Oversees staff scheduling. Keeps staffing at group homes within the Project at appropriate levels in accordance with contracts. Monitors overtime usage in all programs. Identifies and corrects areas where staffing levels are inappropriate and/or overtime is excessive or inappropriately utilized;
  • Oversees procurement and assignment of relief staff;
  • Manages contracts in place for programs within the Project; monitors budget and spending patterns;
  • Ensures appropriate handling of agency and individuals’ funds, including appropriate record keeping as specified in IPPI/MAHSC’s policies and procedures;
  • Assures the integrity of each Individual’s Plan (IP), including its timeliness, completeness and accuracy;
  • Oversees individuals’ medical, dental, behavioral/clinical and psychological care to ensure that services provided meet each person’s needs;
  • Assists in the development and oversees the execution of agency initiatives on inclusion and/or community activities;
  • Performs special projects and other tasks as required.

Experience: Minimum of 5 years management experience managing a group home or shared living cluster in an environment that provides services to people with developmental disabilities. Must have experience and/or formal training in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Education: Bachelors Degree in Human Services, Special Education or Psychology preferred.
Other Requirements: Knowledge of DDA regulations/requirements; good administrative and organizational ability; sound judgment and ability to make decisions; excellent interpersonal skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong commitment to maximizing quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities.

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resume to the attention of Amy Golabiewski at MAHSC 2109 Laurel Bush Road – Bel Air, MD 21015 or Fax 410.569.2128 or Email agolabiewski@ippi.org or Apply Online by clicking the button below.

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Residential Program Manager (Harford County): Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp. currently has a full-time opening for a Residential Program Manager in Harford County. The Residential Program Manager (RPM) is responsible for the total management and oversight of multiple group home locations. The RPM will coordinate the residential and day services for our individual clients, some of whom are dually diagnosed. This position includes working Monday through Friday, with 24 hour on-call responsibility. A flexible schedule is required based on the needs of the agency, and may include weekend, evening and holiday hours.

Responsibilities:

Include, but are not limited to:

  • Staffing, operations and coordination of maintenance of assigned locations;
  • Manage group home staff to ensure operational efficiency and a high quality of service;
  • Provide hands-on training and instruction of new employees;
  • Responsible for the development, organization, and implementation of the IP;
  • Ensure proper documentation of data.

Minimum Requirements: BA degree in Psychology, Human Services, or a related field with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience in serving children or adults with developmental disabilities. Highly motivated, self-directed, and attention to detail are a must. Strong organization skills, coupled with strong follow-up and multi-tasking abilities; excellent communication and writing skills; the ability to develop and maintain relationships with family members and external advocates; must be computer literate and be familiar with Microsoft Office applications; must have your own reliable transportation, a valid Maryland Driver’s License, and proof of insurance. Must be able to lift a minimum of 50lbs. with no additional lifting restrictions. A clean criminal background and driving record are required.

To Apply: Please send resume with cover letter specifying salary range to mdemployment@ippi.org or fax to 410. 569.2128, or apply online by clicking the button below.

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Program Coordinator: The Program Coordinator will provide direct care support, and training to individuals served by the Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp. The Program Coordinator will also provide support to the Residential Program Manager. The Residential Services Program goal is for each individual to achieve his/her goals and outcomes. The Program Coordinator will comply with all the appropriate legal, ethical, and licensing regulations of the corporation. You will participate in the design and implementation of services as prescribed in the Individual Plan for each individual in the program and complete required documentation in a timely and accurate manner.

Essential Functions:

  • Participate in implementing and documenting services as stated in each Individual Plan;
  • Provide direct care support and training in order to ensure the safety and well being of all individuals;
  • Protect Individuals rights and promotes community integration and allows for maximum individual choice in all aspects of life;
  • Prepares and maintains documentation of records of individuals served by the team in a timely and complete manner in order to comply with all relevant internal policies and procedures, and all pertinent laws and regulations;
  • Advocates and represents the needs, wants, and desires of individuals served and supported by the team;
  • Assists in the recruiting and training of new team members;
  • Staff members participate in opportunities for input on program planning and implementation;
  • Staff members participate in periodic supervision and annual written performance evaluation;
  • Provides direct care support, implements and delegates medical services,
  • Provides assistance with ADL’s, program implementation and related support as directed by the Residential Program Manager and/or Program Director;
  • Request any needed information and direction for the performance of duties;
  • Complies with all Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp. policies and appropriate legal licensing and certification regulations;
  • Implements specific data collection and training protocols as prescribed by the team supervisor;
  • Participates in the development and ongoing monitoring of the continuous Program Evaluation/ Quality Improvement processes of the Residential Services Program;
  • Represents the program and The Mid Atlantic Human Service Corp. appropriately in professional community relations;
  • Actively engaged in meaningful community activities;
  • Participates in providing opportunities to develop personal knowledge and skills as well as the skills of
  • Staff;
  • Completes all required trainings within the prescribed time to meet all department and regulatory standards.
  • Responsible for training and cross-training new employees;
  • Assists in scheduling, maintaining, tracking, and running doctor appointments under the direct supervision of the Residential Program Manager;
  • Review data weekly and inform Residential Program Manager of findings;
  • Make copies of all documents needed for the house;
  • Will complete grocery shopping in accordance with the menu;
  • Collects receipts and submits to Residential Program Manager each week;
  • Completes maintenance requests;
  • Changes out summer and winter clothing, ensure that Individuals have nice clothing that fits properly;
  • Ensure hair and nails are well kept;
  • Reviews MAR’s weekly and reports omissions/errors to Residential Program Manager;
  • Checks weekly for expired medications and informs Residential Program Manager.
  • Ensure that prior to the start of the month, medications are received and checked-in;
  • Van logs are maintained, include all items and up to date;
  • Ensure that Emergency Preparedness Plans are in the home, Go-kits and Shelter in Place kits meet requirements;
  • Required to document client records both written and electronic using Therap;
  • Have positive interactions with family and friends;
  • Always recognize that we are in their home;
  • Be hands on with the Individual;
  • Communicate with Individuals often;
  • Ensure a safe and clean environment for Individuals;
  • Ensure home is well organized, nicely decorated, homey, inviting and have all necessary items;
  • Have a flexible schedule;
  • Ensure a positive work environment;
  • Act as a role model to staff. Be respectful;
  • Collaborate and share ideas with one another;
  • Ensure that cell phones are not being used while on shift as well as any other personal devices (laptops, iPad etc.);
  • Any other duties/responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Reporting Relationship: Supervised by the Residential Program Manager, Residential Services.

Requirements:

  • Knowledge of normal/abnormal growth and development throughout the age continuum;
  • Ability to provide, asses, interprets, and communicates age specific data in response to treatment protocols;
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective communication and working relationship with other employees, clients, physicians and their families as well as with the general public;
  • Ability to demonstrate professional behavior by adhering to departmental and organizational policies and procedures, and assuming authority appropriately;
  • Must pursue education training necessary to perform at the level of competence required to incorporate the hardware, software, technologies, and ideas relevant to specific job responsibilities;
  • The ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with project staff, families and the individuals supported by the program and others in the community;
  • Demonstrated responsibility for self and others;
  • Knowledge of developmental and/or neurological disabilities, rehabilitation principles and service preferred;
  • Must have intermediate knowledge of the use of a computer and applications.

Education and Experience:

  • AA degree preferred. High School Diploma required;
  • A minimum of three years experience, in a related field servicing children and adults, with developmental disabilities;
  • CNA required for some group home locations;
  • Prior training related to care/services to individuals with developmental disabilities;
  • Must have own transportation, a valid Maryland Drivers license, and proof of insurance;
  • No lifting restrictions, must be able to lift a minimum of 50lbs;
  • Clean criminal record and driving record.


To Apply: Please send resume with cover letter specifying salary range to mdemployment@ippi.org or fax to 410. 569.2128, or apply online by clicking the button below.

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Peer Support Professional (Bel Air):  MAHSC is currently searching for a Peer Support Professional 30 hours per week to support adults with autism at Day Options, in the community, and employment environments. The Peer Support Professional will report to the Director of Day Options and assist the Clinical Director in overseeing quality services.

General Responsibilities:  Under the Supervision of the Director of Day Options, the Peer Support Professional will support individuals by:

  • Assisting individuals with supported employment, community outings, and social skills training
  • Assisting individuals with supported employment by working with individuals on job searches, completing applications, developing interview skills, and on the job training
  • Assisting individuals with understanding the job, duties and the work environment, while maintaining a positive business relationship with the employer and the community to ensure successful placement for both the individual and business
  • Acting as a peer counselor to individuals
  • Coordinating and/or providing transportation for individuals, while also educating individuals on mobility options
  • Ensuring that all materials needed for the individual’s weekly routine are prepared and ready for use. (e.g. schedule, communications, etc.)
  • Assisting individuals to plan and participate in meaningful activities in the community
  • Assisting individuals with activities of daily living. (e.g. cooking, folding clothes, grocery shopping, etc.)

Administrative duties as follows:

  • Complete required documentation daily, weekly and/or monthly for assigned individuals
  • Complete daily behavior and program data
  • Ensure that the individual’s schedule is current
  • Inform the Director of Day Options of any issues, concerns or questions
  • Meet with Director of Day Options and the Clinical Director to discuss individual progress and needs
  • Participate in individual plan (IP) meetings with individuals, parents, and other professionals as needed
  • Attend required staff meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Education and Experience:

  • BA in Psychology or Human Service
  • Experience in Human Service, minimum of two years
  • Must have own reliable transportation

Required Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:

  • Microsoft Word & Excel
  • First Aid/CPR
  • DDA required trainings
  • Valid driver’s license, vehicle and proof of insurance
  • Required to take Relias Learning training through the Maryland office
  • RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) and Supervision hours will be offered
  • Supervision hours will be offered for BCBA and BCaBA

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resume to the attention of Amy Golabiewski at MAHSC 2109 Laurel Bush Road – Bel Air, MD 21015 or Fax 410.569.2128 or Email agolabiewski@ippi.org or Apply Online by clicking the button below.

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Direct Support Professional: In accordance with the needs of the ages of the population served by Mid Atlantic Human Service Corp., the Direct Support Professional provides direct care, support, and training to individuals served by the Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp. Residential Services Program, so that each individual achieves his/her goals and objectives. Direct Support Professionals will comply with all the appropriate legal, ethical, and licensing regulations of the corporation, participate in the design and implementation of services as prescribed in the Individual Plan for each individual in the program and complete documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
Essential Functions:

  • Participate in implementing and documenting services as stated in each Individual Plan.
  • Provide care, support and training in order to ensure the safety and well being of all individuals, protect Individuals rights, promotes community integration and inclusion and allows for maximum individual choice in all aspects of life.
  • Prepares and maintains documentation and records of individuals served by the team in a timely and complete manner in order to comply with all relevant internal policies and procedures, and all pertinent laws and regulations.
  • Advocates and represent the needs, wants and desires of individuals served or supported by the team.
  • Assists in the training of new team members in ensuring adequate on-call pool staff, and the providing of back-ups for team members.
  • Staff members participate in opportunities for input on program planning and implementation. Staff members participate in periodic supervision and annual written performance evaluation.
  • Provides direct care, implements and delegates medical services, and training provides assistance with ADL’s, program implementation and related support as directed by the Facility Coordinator and Project Director.
  • Request any needed information and direction for the performance of duties.
  • Complies with all Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp. policies and appropriate legal licensing and certification regulations
  • Implements specific data collection and training protocols as prescribed by the team supervisor.
  • Participates in the development and ongoing monitoring of the continuous Program Evaluation/Quality Improvement processes of the Residential Services Program.
  • Represents the program and The Mid Atlantic Human Service Corp. appropriately in professional community relations.
  • Participates in providing opportunities to develop personal knowledge and skills as well as the skills of
  • staff.
  • Completes all required trainings within the prescribed time to meet all department and regulatory standards.
  • Required to document client records both written and electronic using Therap.
  • Any other duties/responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Minimum Education and Experience:

  • A minimum of two years experience, in a related field servicing children and adults, with developmental disabilities.
  • CNA required for some group home locations.
  • Prior training related to care/services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Prior Behavioral Principal Strategies training.
  • No lifting restrictions. Must be able to life a minimum of 50lbs
  • Must have own transportation, a valid Maryland Drivers license, and proof of insurance.
  • Clean criminal record and driving record.

Reporting Relationship: Supervised by Facility Coordinator, Residential Services Program

Qualifications:

  • Individuals must demonstrate competency across all age groups due to the diversity of the Individuals served by Mid Atlantic Human Service Corp. Clinical care focus is on the neonate, pediatric, and adolescent population, as well as adults with disabilities.
  • Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  • Knowledge of normal/abnormal growth and development throughout the age continuum.
  • Ability to provide, asses, interpret, and communicates age specific data in response to treatment protocols.
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective communication and working relationship with other employees, clients, and their families as well as with the general public, across all age groups, including but not limited to neonate, pediatric, adolescent and adult population.
  • Ability to demonstrate professional behavior by adhering to departmental and organizational policies and procedures, and assuming authority appropriately.
  • Must pursue education training necessary to perform at the level of competence required to incorporate the hardware, software, technologies, and ideas relevant to specific job responsibilities.
  • The ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with project staff, families and the individuals supported by the program and others in the community.
  • Demonstrated responsibility for self and others.
  • Knowledge of developmental and/or neurological disabilities, rehabilitation principles and service preferred.
  • Must have intermediate knowledge of the use of a computer and applications.

To Apply: Please send resume with cover letter specifying salary range to mdemployment@ippi.org or fax to 410. 569.2128, or apply online by clicking the button below.

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is an Equal Opportunity Employer