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Residential/Training Supervisor (RS/TS) – Putnam County Office (Cookeville)

FT Salaried Exempt Position

Reports to County Director


  • Supervisory and management experience (minimum 2 years preferred)

  • Experience in field of disabilities preferred

  • Minimum of high school diploma or GED required, college degree preferred

  • Demonstrated leadership/management skills through fair and consistent treatment of people

  • Compassionate and empathetic advocate for individuals with disabilities

  • Computer literate

  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Excellent time management-THIS IS A MUST

  • Self-motivated and self-directed (self-direct in thoughts and actions consistent with the direction of Pacesetters)

  • Team player, creative, flexible and professional

  • Demonstrated level of comfort with conflict resolution, problem solving, decision making

  • Demonstrated person centered behavior

  • Commitment to team development, team process and accountability

  • Knowledge of or experience in the management of multiple residential sites, performing well under pressure, and multi-tasking

  • Demonstrated  understanding of vision which embraces:

  1. Individual Needs

  2. Team oriented provision of supports and services


Primary Job Responsibilities


  • The Residential/TS Supervisor (RS/TS) is responsible for the oversight of residential sites assigned to the caseload

  • The RS/TS is expected to work with the Home Manager (HM) to ensure each home unit is appropriately supervised and that all team members of each home unit are treated fairly and consistently according to Pacesetters policies, procedures, protocols, and expectations

  • The RS/TS is responsible to work with the Home Manager, and County Director to develop and implement Training Specifics to the Need of the Individual

  • Must be a designated trainer for all homes assigned to the caseload

  • Review and ensure staff timesheets assigned to the caseload are correct prior to submission to the Business Office for payment

  • The RS/TS is the designated trainer for the caseload assigned to the specific County Division

  • Develop Training Specifics to the Needs of the Individual for the caseload assigned to each specific County Division 

  • Work with Home Managers (HM) and County Director to ensure all new and existing staff who work with the persons supported assigned to the caseload are sufficiently trained prior to working with the person supported 

  • Work with ancillary training entities i.e., Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Nutritionists, and Behavior Analysts and become a designated trainer for all training for each person supported assigned to the caseload

  • Maintain an organized system for training records related to all training specific activities for all staff who work with the persons supported

  1. This does not pertain to the management and training through Relias or training required through NEO classes, Medication Administration or CPR/FA however, checking with the HR Training Coordinator to ensure these classes have been completed may be required

  • Work hours are subject to operational need but may include direct care support

  • Required participation in bi-monthly management meetings conducted in-County with all Residential/Training Supervisors, County Director and members of the Executive Team.


PACESETTERS, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes employment decisions based solely upon the applicant’s qualifications, without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or marital status.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please also include a signed copy of the Essential Job Functions form included in the Job Description document.

Email the completed application & form to

or fax to the attention: Recruiter @ 931/537-9916

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