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Working As A Home Manager

  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Getting Information
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Make Decisions

  • $63,530

    Average Salary

What Does A Home Manager Do At Diageo

* Planning and Ops
* Manage and supervise all aspects of the assets assigned to the brand home.
* This includes strategic plans around guest services (tour program, personnel, brand stores, capital planning, and events) and facility maintenance outside the scope of the Supply Organization.
* Partner with financial business counterpart to ensure due diligence and thorough analysis of all long term projects and proposals.
* Supervise career development and training of brand home staff to ensure their skills continue to grow to meet future demands and changing brand strategy.
* Develop and implement financial reporting KPIs for each brand home location.
* Continually monitor expenses, cash flows and sales during the fiscal year to maintain a thorough understanding of the business and each department.
* Provide a Quarterly report overview to the Director of American Whiskey Development regarding operational performance and adherence to budget.
* At each brand store- ensure appropriate inventories are maintained throughout the year and proper retail planning is taking place (seasonal buying & staffing needs etc.)
* Sales & Marketing

What Does A Home Manager Do At Easter Seals

* Work as a team leader in clients' homes to provide services & continuity of care while assisting QIDPs with maintaining sites & rotating on-call phone.
* Position is hourly.
* Maintain strict confidentiality regarding client, employee & agency information.
* Monitor safety of clients assigned.
* Complete incident reports within FSSA/BDDS guidelines.
* Meet weekly at QIDP/Manager meeting to discuss pertinent information with administration.
* Rotate on-call phone with QIDPs/Managers/Behavior Tech.
* Assist QIDPs with essential responsibilities.
* Complete monthly summaries & attend client meetings for assigned clients.
* Inform QIDP of any staff issues that require disciplinary action.
* Ensure coordination & consistency of internal & external services for each client (i.e. behavior clinician, case manager, BDDS etc.) including necessary documentation per state regulations (i.e. monthly summaries).
* Prepare, assist, or supervise clients with daily living skills & activities as needed.
* Scheduling: Follow times and directions on schedule; Employees do not have a set schedule; Work varied days & hours based on client needs.
* Transport clients to appointments, shopping & recreational activities.
* Implement behavior improvement plans by following the outlines exactly & properly documenting incidents.
* Keep daily client progress notes through narrative notes.
* Adhere to all state & agency regulations & guidelines.
* Participate in staff meetings, client meetings & in-service training.
* Responsible for contacting supervisor & finding own replacement at supervisor’s discretion.
* Responsible for turning in time sheets every other Sun. by 8pm (or as directed), as well as chronos if applicable.
* Responsible for training new staff.
* Train new staff on medication administration protocols (if SDSP cannot

What Does A Home Manager Do At Little City Foundation

* Staff Related Tasks:
* Provides administrative oversight to all staff issues including, but not limited to, hiring, supervising, mentoring, disciplining and discharging staff.
* Completes all annual performance appraisals in a timely manner.
* Assists with scheduling and filling shifts and monitoring payroll.
* Offers crisis and staff support as needed.
* Home
* Ensures that staff remains in compliance with training and driving requirements.
* Provides regular supervision, on the job training/coaching, and feedback to staff during and off shift as needed.
* Holds home teams meetings, at a minimum, once per month to discuss issues pertaining to the home and the youth.
* Accountable for the completion of all shift documentation including but not limited to Shift Summaries, Home Logs, Transportation Logs, ABC sheets, MARs, Temperature Logs, Food Service Logs, and sign in/sign out sheets.
* Completes ADP, LOA, and coordinates other staff related needs/issues with HR.
* Responsible for being available to the home for front line support and back-up in accordance with the on-call schedule.
* Participates in an on-call and on campus rotation for management of campus (manager in charge (MIC) and Manager On Call (MOC).
* Maintains optimal relationship with DSPs working in his/her home and develops a “team” approach.
* Conducts staff training as needed and/or ensures that the staff trainings needs are met to work with the youth in the home.
* Assists in completing on the job training packets for new staff members.
* Programming:
* Provides administrative oversight to all home activities including, but not limited to, reviewing the daily home log, youth’s binders, and all appointments for the youth living in the home.
* Prepares and maintains a routine milieu programming schedule and ensures that staff members are following and implementing the schedule through direct observation and random checks.
* Ensures that all off unplanned off campus activities are approved by the Home Manager.
* Coordinates with the clinical therapist and casemanager to implement individual schedules in line with the milieu schedule, as clinically appropriate.
* Ensures that ratios support schedules provided for optimal engagement for the youth as well as the DSPs.
* Maintains accountability for staff and child whereabouts on and off grounds.
* Collaborates closely with the clinical therapist and the casemanager to familiarize himself/herself with treatment goals for each youth in the home and to ensure that youth’s treatment goals are met and that the youth is making progress.
* Participates in meetings relevant to youth’s progress in treatment, as needed.
* Coordinates with other departments to ensure that the home meets regulatory requirements.
* Maintains optimal and professional relationships with the youth and their family members.
* Maintains contact with parent/guardian when issues with their youth arise.
* Home Environment:
* Ensures that the home maintains optimum health and safety for residents and staff members.
* Monitors environmental needs, such as conditions of the home furniture, play materials, cleaning supplies, bedding, appliances and reports needs to appropriate personnel and ensures that all needs are met in a timely manner.
* If problems occur, these are reported to the Assistant Director and/or Program Administrator of ChildBridge Services immediately.
* Completes and monitors all corrective action plans from routine environmental checks.
* Monitors the safety of outside play materials and play areas.
* Maintains accountability for environmental tasks, such as cleanliness of hygiene bins, completion of laundry and tracks youth’s clothing by marking each article of clothing with each youth’s name.
* Ensures that any and all issues with the home assigned vehicles are reported to the appropriate department.
* Financial Responsibilities:
* Maintains financial responsibility for their home by returning the home debit card with receipts following each purchase, requesting funds in a timely manner, and with supporting documentation.
* Ensures that youth’s SSI funds are spent responsibly with the assistance of the casemanager and clinical therapist.
* Manages monthly budget by tracking revenue and expenses.
* Participates in monthly financial review of his/her home.
* Attends department meetings and other meetings as required by supervisors.
* Home Manager is on call 24/7 for any major emergencies/crisis for his/her home or on campus, unless on an approved time off.
* It is the expectation that the Home Manager be reachable via cell phone provided by Little City foundation at any time, unless on approved time off.
* Maintains a current American Heart Association certification in First Aid and CPR.
* Successfully completes Little City Foundation required training, re-training, and any additional training as required by Little City Foundation policies and practices, or as assigned by his or her immediate supervisor.
* Actively participates in any professional development opportunities, as appropriate.
* Completes all other professional duties as assigned by supervisor.
* Qualifications
* Must have at least 60 semester hours of college credits, have at least 2 years full-time experience in a residential childcare program, and be at least 25 years of age, with a minimum of one year of supervisory experience.
* A Bachelors degree, with two years of supervisory experience preferred.
* Direct Support Professional (DSP) Certification or be eligible to obtain within 6 months of employment required.
* Must be capable of transporting youth and possess a current IL valid drivers license

What Does A Home Manager Do At Bayada

* Coordinate home health care services for our pediatric clients while the office is closed
* Answer all calls to the office, addressing them accordingly
* Document all calls on nightly "call log"
* Forward call log to the office staff by 8:35am the next morning
* Call office approximately 10 minutes prior to each shift to take report
* Act as the "face" of the office during non business hours
* Typical calls will include questions from families, direction requests from staff, call outs, potential clients, and care-givers (RNs, LPNs, HHAs) seeking employment with the office.
* The ideal candidate will have staff scheduling experience and be able to multi-task in a calm and compassionate manner.
* Bachelor's Degree preferred
* At least 1 year of professional work experience
* Strong customer service skills
* Demonstrated ability to resolve scheduling and customer service issues
* Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure
* You must have access to a computer during on-call hours
* Ability to work night and weekend shifts
* Ability to train during regular business hours
* Schedules are set on a monthly basis.
* On Call Manager must be available for initial training during regular business hours.
* CBPost
* ID: 2017

What Does A Home Manager Do At State of Massachusetts

* Function as the Team Lead for HH, IN, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS program staff (3 FTE).
* Provide team members with comprehensive training, assisting them with problem resolution, and ensuring that they are knowledgeable about all aspects of the HH, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS programs.
* Direct Supervision of:
* DMEPOS Program Manager
* DMEPOS Program Coordinator
* Home Health Program Coordinator (includes HH/IN, Hospice, Therapies
* Assist in the orientation of new program staff; provide ongoing support and guidance to team members; track and monitor projects and initiatives relative to the HH, IN, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS programs
* Design and conduct analyses of current and proposed payment methods and policies for HH, IN, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS programs.
* Manage ongoing rate development, review, and analysis processes; initiate actions to ensure that programs meet commonly accepted standards of care in HH, IN, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS programs
* Confer with program staff about program integrity measures and any changes in these measures
* Request and analyze expenditure reports for rate development and fiscal impacts
* Respond to interagency inquiries and requests for information regarding payment and policy questions
* Accountable for receipt, analysis and engagement on data received both internally and from vendors and providers
* Work with constituent services to resolve program policy and service delivery issues
* Coordinate with budget, legal, providers, other state agencies and advocacy groups to appropriately implement program and ensure access and quality of care.
* Advise the Director and Assistant Director of LTSS FFS in policy, program, and implementation strategies.
* Ensure program management and service delivery activities effectively support HH, IN, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS programs based services goals.
* Interact and correspond in a timely manner with legal staff and CMS regional and central office (where appropriate).
* Update existing program regulations (bulletins and other communication) and billing instructions as needed.
* Assist other units within the OLTSS, the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, and sister agencies in the state government with information and coordination pertaining to the HH, IN, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS programs.
* Participate in the multi-disciplinary budget planning team consisting of internal budget staff and CHIA staff.
* Assist in drafting responses to any proposed legislative issues regarding contracting for HH, IN, Hospice, Therapy, and DMEPOS programs.
* Work with Assistant Director, FFS Programs on performance appraisal on staff
* Work with provider stakeholder groups to solicit feedback on program policies and rate development
* A criminal and tax history background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired.
* For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori and click on "Information for Job Applicants."
* Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division’s Hiring Guidelines
* Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth’s
* For questions, please contact the CYF Office of Human Resources at 1
* and select option #2

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How To Become A Home Manager

Social and community service managers need at least a bachelor’s degree and some work experience. However, many employers prefer candidates who have a master’s degree.


A bachelor’s degree in social work, urban studies, public or business administration, public health, or a related field is the minimum requirement for most social and community service manager jobs. Many employers prefer candidates with a master’s degree. Coursework in statistics, program management, and policy analysis is considered helpful.  

Work Experience

Work experience often is needed for someone to become a social and community service manager, and is essential for those wishing to enter the occupation with a bachelor’s degree. Lower-level management positions may require only a few years of experience, although social and community service directors typically have much more experience. Candidates can get this experience by working as a social worker or in a similar occupation.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Social and community service managers need to understand and evaluate data in order to provide strategic guidance to their organization. They must be able to monitor and evaluate current programs as well as determine new initiatives.

Communication skills. Social and community service managers must be able to speak and write clearly so that others can understand them. Working with the community and employees requires effective communication. Public speaking experience is also helpful because social and community service managers often participate in community outreach.

Interpersonal skills. Social and community service managers should have good interpersonal skills. When speaking with members of their staff or members of the community, they must be tactful and able to explain and discuss all matters related to services that are needed.

Managerial skills. Social and community service managers spend much of their time administering budgets and responding to a wide variety of issues.

Problem-solving skills. Social and community service managers must be able to address client, staff, and agency-related issues as they occur.

Time-management skills. Social and community service managers must prioritize and handle numerous tasks for multiple customers, often in a short timeframe.

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Home Manager Demographics


  • Female

  • Male

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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

  • Unknown

  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • Portuguese

  • Chinese

  • German

  • French

  • Carrier

  • Filipino

  • Polish

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Real Home Manager Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Manager, Orencia Scientist Home Office Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Plainsboro, NJ Dec 23, 2015 $108,000
Manager, Virology Scientist Home Office Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Plainsboro, NJ Sep 10, 2015 $108,000
Manager-Global Sourcing, Home Fragrance/Promotio Beauty Avenues, Inc. New York, NY Sep 24, 2010 $82,700 -
Fiber To The Home Manager (Ftth) Truenet Communications Phoenix, AZ Aug 01, 2014 $72,000
Trend Manager for Home Fashion Sears Holdings Management Corporation Hoffman Estates, IL May 04, 2013 $69,160 -
Trend Manager for Home Fashion Sears Holdings Management Corporation Hoffman Estates, IL May 03, 2013 $69,160 -
Trend Manager for Home Fashion Sears Holdings Management Corporation Hoffman Estates, IL May 03, 2012 $63,710 -
Trend Manager for Home Fashion Sears Holdings Management Corporation Hoffman Estates, IL May 03, 2011 $62,837 -
Home Healthcare Manager Bennybright Home Health Services, Inc. Missouri City, TX Oct 25, 2011 $60,700
Home Healthcare Manager Bennybright Home Health Services, Inc. Missouri City, TX Nov 02, 2011 $60,700

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Top Home Manager Skills

  1. Household Budgets
  2. Safe Environment
  3. Payroll
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Assist with medication, bathing, cleaning, grocery shopping and cooking, household budgets.
  • Created a stimulating, nurturing and safe environment for children and parents.
  • Filed documents, assisted payroll, and conducted OSHA complaint safety meetings.
  • Conduct and administer fiscal operations including accounting, planning budgets, authorizing expenditures, and coordinating financial reporting.
  • Provide 24 hour support to direct care staff and my clients.

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