Institution Superintendent

  • Ohio.Gov
  • Columbus,OH,United States
  • May 21, 2021

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Operates the centers cost effectively within budgets established by the division & department. Maintains thorough knowledge of center personnel, operating & equipment needs & submits as appropriate additional allocation requests. Submits for review center biennial capital request & participates in the management of approved capital projects. Prepares biennium budget request, ensures cost efficiency, monitors current expenditures, & establishes priority expenditures.

Establishes & modifies as necessary the table of organization. Reviews & approves all staffing requests & personnel actions. Develops annual operating goals & objectives. Responsible to ensure resident needs are met & resident rights are afforded. Assures resident homes & center facilities are attractive, clean, appropriately decorated, furnished & adequately maintained. Coordinates community resources & volunteers. Provides highest quality of professional & technical services available.

Works with the administrative team to facilitate the development of center operating, personnel & labor relations policies & procedures within the parameters established through the Ohio Revised Code & Administrative Rules & within the applicable labor agreements. Oversees the administration of labor relations & progressive discipline policies according to established guidelines & operating parameters. Prepares reports, attends meetings & in-services.

Works with the administrative team to facilitate the development of center operating, personnel & labor relations policies & procedures within the parameters established through the Ohio Revised Code & Administrative Rules & within the applicable labor agreements. Oversees the administration of labor relations & progressive discipline policies according to established guidelines & operating parameters. Prepares reports, attends meetings & in-services.

Pursuant to Ohio Administrative Code 5123:2-3-01, applicants for positions in Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities must be 21 years of age and require a Bachelor’s Degree in human services or health or human services related management or 4 years paid work experience as a supervisor of programs or services for individuals with developmental disabilities; 2 years experience in budgeting; 2 years paid work experience in provision of services to individuals with developmental disabilities, including responsibility for personnel matters, supervision of employees, program services & financial management; 1 year experience in public relations.

Knowledge of state operated services operations & methods; budgeting; public relations; agency, state & federal laws, rules & guidelines; developmental disabilities programs; Intermediate Care Facility Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities guidelines & related state & federal laws, rules & regulations; management; manpower planning; supervisory principles & techniques; public relations. Ability to deal with large number of variables & determine specific course of action; develop complex reports & position papers; handle sensitive face-to-face contacts with facility staff, parents, community groups & law enforcement staff.

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UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS:

The final candidate selected for the position will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Rule 5123:2-2, “Background Investigations for Employment,” outlines disqualifying offenses that will preclude an applicant from being employed by the Department of Developmental Disabilities.