Staffing Coordinator-Residential Services
The Staffing Coordinator is an administrative position responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing sustainable staffing strategies in our residential program serving adults with developmental disabilities.
In order to plan, organize and implement sustainable staff strategies in the Residential Program, the staff Coordinator will identify, design, and implement manageable schedules for each location. They will utilize scheduling software to create home schedules with qualified trained staff that maximize efficiency and ensure clients are provided a high level of care. The Staffing Coordinator will Effectively schedule and assign all subs, part-time, floating and temporary staff to ensure ideal coverage & utilization, manage PTO requests for the program, and ensure prompt integration of new hires into the home schedules. They will manage and utilize the database of employee availability, manage transfers within the program, complete the necessary documentation and auditing of timesheets for submission to payroll, and notify Residential Managers of absenteeism or tardiness issues with their staff.
This is a Full-Time, 40 hour/week, Monday-Friday position with evenings and weekends only as needed.
Primary Responsibilities and Duties:
- Identify, design, and implement manageable schedules for each location
- Utilize scheduling software to create home schedules with qualified trained staff that maximize efficiency and ensure clients are provided a high level of care
- Effectively schedule and assign all subs, part-time, floating and temporary staff to ensure ideal coverage & utilization
- Manage PTO requests for the program
- Ensure prompt integration of new hires into the home schedules
- Manage and utilize database of employee availability
- Manage transfers within the program
- Complete necessary documentation and auditing of timesheets for submission to payroll
- Notify Residential Managers of absenteeism or tardiness issues with their staff
Education, Experience, Skills:
- Bachelor’s Degree preferred, High school diploma or GED required.
- One to three years’ experience in Human Resources, Healthcare Admin., managing/organizing staffing logistics, or a similar field
- Ability to read, comprehend, write, and speak effectively in English
- Proficiency with all Microsoft Office Applications i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook
- Ability to learn and navigate scheduling & payroll software program(s)
- Proven track record in time management and organizational skills
- Ability to react quickly in the process of filling schedules with qualified trained staff
- Successfully pass all required background checks for the position
- Ability to think critically and strategically to solve staffing challenges
- Must have reliable phone/internet services
Physical Demands/Working Conditions:
- Light Work – Exerts up to 20lbs of force occasionally associated with moving objects.
- Standing, sitting, reaching, typing, and walking are common.
- Typical office setting
Prerequisites for Employment:
- Criminal Background Check
- Family Care Safety Registry Check
- Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) Check, Proof of Insurance
Note to Applicants: Employment listings are updated periodically and are subject to change without prior notice. Community Living, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal, state, and local fair employment practices laws. Community Living strictly prohibits and does not tolerate discrimination against employees or applicants with regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), parental status, national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), political affiliation, military service, or other non-merit based factors or any other legally protected status.
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