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Program Director

Partnership Resources, Inc.


Organization Summary:

Established in 1960, Partnership Resources, Inc. (PRI) is a non-profit organization licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services to provide day training and habilitation services to adults with developmental disabilities. PRI’s mission is “to create partnerships between people with disabilities and the community.” We believe that each person we serve has unique talents and gifts to contribute to the community. PRI provides opportunities for adults with disabilities to gain respect and have a valued role in community life. Partnering with local organizations to create opportunities in leisure, cultural enrichment, employment and volunteer activities, we match client skills, interests and abilities to a variety of options to ensure that all activities are sustainable, and successful. PRI provides a supportive and dynamic environment where staff success and growth is as valued as client success. PRI is now accepting letters of interest and resumes for the position of Program Director at the Minneapolis agency site. This position is responsible for the oversight, direction and leadership of the Minneapolis DT&H program. The position is a full-time, exempt position that reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Location: Twin Cities Metro Activity Area: Human Services and/or Youth Development
Category: Administration and Management Closing Date: open until filled
Job Type: Full Time Salary: $40-$50 K (DOQ)

Primary Duties:

Personnel management of the site including but not limited to: •Participating in the recruitment process •Assisting with new hire orientation, training and development •Enforcing policies and procedures •Conducting performance reviews and assisting with performance development •Promoting a positive teamwork environment Coordination of client services including but not limited to: •Conduct client intake, admission and assessments •Attend client interdisciplinary meetings as needed •Develop and implement client Individual Service Plans •Review client documents so that they meet licensing guidelines (Risk Managements, Progress Reviews, Annual Progress Reviews and Annual Plans), keeping a working knowledge of regulatory requirements •Maintain accurate records and reports •Serve as a communication liaison with guardians and other service providers •Review incident and emergency reports, identification of incident patterns and implementation of correctives actions •Serves as a client advocate Coordinate program development including but not limited to: •Assist and oversee in the development of daily client programming •Conduct program evaluations and quality assurance reviews •Serve on the Program Design Team to participate in continuous quality improvement


The Minimum Qualifications are: •A Bachelor’s degree in a human service related field with at least three years of direct client service experience •Ability to meet federal standards as a Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP) which requires a Bachelor’s degree in a human service related field and a minimum of one year experience in direct service with people with developmental disabilities •Knowledge of state and federal requirements as they pertain to the Consolidated Standards 245B •Ability to develop, plan, implement and evaluate client programming •Experience with budgeting/financial management •Two to four years of progressively responsible supervisory and personnel management experience is preferred •Strong oral and written communication skills


Additional Info:

The position is full-time exempt. Competitive salary ($40,000-$50,000 depending on qualifications) and full benefits are included with the position. AA/EOE Please include a cover letter and resume.

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