Community Living Options Program Manager




Community Living Options Program Manager

Department: Adult Services · Community Living Options

Status: Exempt

Shift: Full Time · 40 hour basis

Compensation: $45K plus benefits

Position Description: Develop direct and evaluate Community Living Options Program. Includes Supported Living and Independent Living Services for those in the community.

Essential Functions:

  • Design, implement and evaluate program services.
  • Complete Individual service plans for all CLO clients.
  • Perform ILS assessments for all new clients referred for ILS services. Prepare and submit report to referring agency with proposed Individual.
  • Direct and train staff to ensure that program goal/objectives and polices are met.
  • Maintain regular communication with individuals concerned with clients training including family, work supervisor, case managers, etc.
  • Maintain knowledge of current trends and new developments with regard to the delivery if ILS training services.
  • Effectively promote Parca’s ILS services to Regional Centers and the community.
  • Hire, train, supervise, evaluate and maintain a healthy morale of staff.
  • Overall program management ,including expenditures (keeping within budget guidelines)
  • Conduct monthly staff meetings, monthly staff check in meetings, and annual client ISP meetings.
  • Prepare and submit staff payroll, client billing and mileage sheets within given timelines.
  • Ensure a healthy and safe environment for clients.
  • Develop and maintain complete master records for all ILS clients to include: emergency, clinical, medical, and legal documents as required, in addition to all related correspondence.
  • Attend agency and departmental staff meeting as scheduled.
  • Create and oversee social and educational outings/events.
  • Ensure documentation and client records are completed and current.
  • Ensure program records (client files and personnel files) are accurate and updated.
  • Maintain and coordinate staffing schedule, including interviewing and hiring new staff when needed.

Principle Accountabilities:

  • Consistently represent Parca in a professional manner and act as a representative of the organization in furthering its objectives and advocating for improvement in the quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Maintains knowledge of Parca employment policies and the ability to apply them as it relates to subordinates and administration.


  1. Bachelors degree, or equivalent experience, in Special Education, Social Work, Counseling or related discipline.
  2. Two years experience working with adults with developmental disabilities in residential and / or independent living situations.
  3. Knowledge of the principles of staff supervision and development. Program and planning evaluation.
  4. Ability to be flexible in work schedule.
  5. Possess maturity, judgment and skills in interpersonal relations with the ability to interact appropriately with management, co-workers, clients and subordinates.
  6. Clean DMV record and ability to be insurable Association’s insurance agency.
  7. Maintain an updated certification in First Aid and CPR.

To apply: email cover letter and resumes to or mail:

800 Airport Blvd., Suite 320

Burlingame, CA 94010

or Fax 650-312-0737