Program Manager

Location: Montgomery County, MD

Department: Program Services

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Community Living Manager/ Program Manager

Jubilee Association of Maryland provides supports for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to live in and enrich their community while fulfilling their own personal, family, social and spiritual needs. Our office is in Kensington, Maryland, just north of Washington, DC.

We are looking for an experienced manager to lead a team of about 25 staff providing services primarily through Personal Supports funding. This includes both people living in family homes and individuals living together in rented houses.There is also one traditional ALU (three person group home). 

This is a full-time exempt (salaried) position expected to require 40 or more hours per week. The schedule is somewhat flexible but should include ten hours of face-to-face contact with individuals served, which usually occurs late afternoons/evenings or weekends outside of the office. Eight managers take turns being on call on a rotating basis for a weekend at a time; an additional stipend of $100 is paid for each weekend on call.


1.  Lead a work team serving about 20 individuals living in apartments, family homes, or small group homes.  Directly supervise,schedule work and manage performance of about 20 staff who are very diverse and work remotely on a 24/7 basis. 
2.  Oversee the annual Individual Plan process, monitor quality of services and serve as a liaison to vocational settings and families.
3.  Participate in agency team meetings; represent the agency on committees or task forces; be on-call on a rotating basis.
4.  Develop new living arrangements. 


Bachelor’s degree in a human-services discipline or business.
2-5 years’ very closely related experience (including with adults with developmental disabilities in a community-based setting);
Evidence of successful supervisory experience required;
Good administrative, organizational, interpersonal and project management skills;
Intermediate Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel) skills.

Other requirements:   Driver’s license, clean driving record, at least three years’ driving experience, own transportation and adequate auto insurance;  philosophy of service compatible with Jubilee's Philosophy and Purpose statement.

Experience with dual diagnosis, autism, aging and dementia helpful.

COMPENSATION:  Salary $45,000 with full benefits.

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