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Supervisor, Program & Staff Support
FEGS Health & Human Services System
We are currently seeking a Supervisor of Program and Staff Support to join our Developmental Disabilities Services Training Department located in Manhattan. In this role, you will provide staff training including but not limited to First Aid/CPR, SCIP-R, incident reporting, and abuse prevention. You will also co-chair the Incident Review Committee and be responsible for providing technical assistance, writing meeting minutes and providing follow-up to ensure compliance with governmental regulations.
To qualify for this role, you must have a Bachelor’s degree and at least three years of experience working with individuals with development disabilities in a clinical or programming capacity. This position requires traveling throughout NYC and Long Island. Excellent writing and computer skills including Microsoft Office required. Experience developing training curriculums as well as on-line training is preferred.
How TO APPLY:
To apply for this position, visit: www.fegs.org/careers and enter Job Number P00174.
FEGS, one of the nation’s largest and most diversified health and human service organizations, brings together the best resources and people to help individuals achieve greater personal and economic independence. Our compassionate staff and volunteers and network of innovative programs in health, disabilities, housing, homecare, employment, education, youth and family services, coordinate and provide care and assistance to more than 10,000 people each day, some 100,000 people a year