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Assistant Group Home Administrator

Assistant Group Home Administrator

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Regular Full-Time
Afternoon (PM)

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United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties (UCPLA) is one of the leading non-profit companies in caring for individuals with developmental disabilities. Founded in 1945, UCPLA has been providing services, programs, resources, and support groups for individuals and their families with special needs including Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down syndrome, and general developmental delays. At UCPLA, we believe that each client is special and unique in their own way and they all deserve quality service and care.


With over 70 years of experience, UCPLA is ready to help you build a rewarding career in a large non-profit direct care provider of services in Southern California. Consider joining our team to help our clients choose and participate in lifestyles that enable them to live in and contribute to their own communities. Help us make a difference. We have a supportive staff ready to help you to learn your new position. We encourage you to apply. Opportunities for growth available.  


We offer competitive starting salaries and benefits to full-time staff: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Assistance Program, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Holiday Benefits, Vacation Benefits, Paid Sick Leave Benefits, Referral Bonus Plan, and Retirement Plan.


Contact our Human Resources representative for more information.


UCPLA is an equal opportunity employer and is required to comply with equal opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction it operates. UCPLA also considers qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment in the City of L.A. pursuant to the L.A. Fair Chance Ordinance.


  • Assist sthe Administrator in overall management and administration of the facility based on established policies and procedures and the DDS-approved program plan
  • Assists in ensuring compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations, including Title 22, and ICF/MR Federal regulations
  • Helps coordinate the functions of each department within the facility
  • Assists in the screening of clients for admission
  • Assures clients’ rights are understood by all staff, and investigate and consult with residents, parents and other concerned parties when a clients' welfare is threatened or there is suspected infringement of thee rights
  • Assists with hiring, orientation, supervision of direct care staff, as well as training in proper use and maintenance of all equipment
  • Supervises the ordering, storage and preparation of food and maintain house and grounds in good repair
  • When necessary, drives company van in support of client programming, and perform client personal care as needed


  • Two years’ experience working with persons who have developmental disabilities and/or experience in a related field
  • One year of supervisory experience managing employees
  • Able to pass drug, physical, and criminal background check
  • Some management experience in the field of human services or business
  • Excellent oral and written skills
  • Bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required