ID/A Program Supervisor

Access Services

Position Description:
Access Services is looking to grow our In Home and Community Supports team by hiring a Supervisor!

Who we are: Our Intellectual Disability & Autism service line believes in empowering individuals’ abilities and unlocking their full potential. Disability does not mean inability. Our In-Home Supports program is a part of that and has been helping families for 30+ years. We provide training, ongoing support and equip Direct Support Professionals to provide 1 on 1 care to support adults and children with intellectual disabilities in their homes and in the community. 

Our program helps individuals:

  • Set and meet personal goals.
  • Become contributing members of their communities.
  • Foster independence and encourage personal growth.
  • Manage daily care routines. 

What you’ll do as an In Home Supports Supervisor:

  • You will be part of a team working with both the families and the individuals we serve to ensure the individualized service plans and goal plans are carried out in the individual’s home and community. As a member of the team, you will manage a caseload of individuals with Intellectual disabilities and/or Autism by creating and executing their goals towards an independent and successful life. As a supervisor, you will represent the agency at the county level and you will oversee the Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) who work with the individuals we support. You will support the DSPs work by supporting them to achieve the Individuals outcomes, ensuring that services are mission driven and of the highest quality.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Orient new staff to the program and the cases they will be working on.
  • Provide ongoing supervision and development of assigned direct support professionals with a coaching mindset to help their growth.
  • Provide 5-10 hours of direct care support to individuals in the program.
  • Keep abreast of developments in the field relating to the provision of services and intervention techniques.
  • Coordinate and organize home and community supports for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
  • Assist with the development, implementation, updating and review of individual support plans that are strengths based and person centered in collaboration with the team and the individuals being served.
  • Attend all necessary meetings relating to both the support and coordination aspects of the individuals being served.
  • Maintain documentation and data related to your caseload.

Specific Requirements and Preferences:
You should work with us if...You have the following qualifications:

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred, high school diploma or GED required.
  • Experience: Two years of supervisory experience in social services preferred.
  • Valid driver's license, regular access to a reliable vehicle, and adequate car insurance
  • Two (2) years of driving experience
  • No Driver’s License suspensions in the last 48 months.

You are aligned with our mission and values! This means you believe in striving for excellence in meeting the needs of those we serve and have a heart for empowering people to reach their full potential.

Organization Description:
When you join the Access Services team, you’re helping to impact lives and our local communities. We see it as a privilege to serve individuals and their families. 

How to Apply:
Please apply directly on our careers site:

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If you have questions or want to learn more, reach out to our recruiter: Brianna 215-407-9777 [email protected] We look forward to connecting with you! 

Posted January 10, 2024