Host Home Program Supervisor

  • Mosaic
  • Omaha, Nebraska
  • Aug 02, 2022
Full time Host/Hostess Office and Administrative Support

Job Description



Mosaic serves more than 5,200 people in 13 states and 750 communities. Services are tailored to meet individual needs and goals, allowing people to be as independent as possible. Services are designed for people with disabilities, mental and behavioral health needs and autism, as well as aging adults.

If making a positive impact in the lives of others is a constant on your to-do list - you ll LOVE working with a team that puts people first.

We re looking for an Independent Contract Program Supervisor to join our team!

Reporting to the Independent Contract Program Manager, the primary focus of this role is to ensure the individuals served by contractors in home environments are compliant with state rules, regulations and Mosaic s quality standards and requirements.

Who will love this job:

A go-getter - you re always looking for ways to add value, do better work, improve processes, build others up, and make the world a better place

A mediator - you re a catalyst for building trusting relationships

A standout teammate- you bring creative anticipation, imagination and persistence to the teams and projects you re on.

A relater - who doesn t shy away from meeting or helping new people but instead forms solid, genuine and mutually rewarding relationships.

A thoughtful coach - who inspires confidence while providing support and encouragement

What you ll do in this role:

Cultivate, build and maintain positive relationships with independent contractors, family members and others stakeholders
Recruit new independent contractors to ensure we have enough qualified providers to provide the services needed
Monitor service/program plans, assessments, and goals, making certain that the personal outcomes for individuals served are being met
Review information from medical visits, providing follow-up to monitor medication administration for accuracy.
Review and provide assistance as needed to develop and implement service plans while ensuring proper documentation

Extras we think you ll love:

Competitive Pay
Health Insurance
Professional & Personal Development Opportunities
Tuition Reimbursement
Paid Time Off (you earn it from day 1!)

Necessary skills and experience:

Strong verbal and written communication skills
A positive, high energy and solution oriented mindset
Excellent listening, problem-solving and organizational skills
Attention to detail
Two years of related experience, previous experience working with people with intellectual/development disabilities preferred
A love of operations and creating seamless, efficient environments
Bachelor s degree in a related field preferred

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled