Supervisor - MOPD | ASI

Elevating Home Care to the Next Level

At ASI, we're constantly growing our client base and service offerings. As a result,

we're always in need of capable and reliable employees to join our team. Start

your health care career with ASI where you will receive training that rivals any in

the industry and join an organization that offers career growth. In addition, you

may be eligible to receive additional training and certifications.

Home Care Aide Supervisors directly supervise a group of Home care Aides and

are responsible for all aspects of supervision of assigned workers including:

• Receiving and transferring new referrals to the intake coordinator for processing

• Make in-home visits (initial and every 6 months)

• Scheduling, including arranging substitute coverage as needed

• Documenting all conversations regarding services in MOPD's ECM system

• Communicating with clients and workers regarding any service issues/ scheduling/


• Respond and document reported problems in a timely fashion

• Keeping track of service hours on a bi-weekly basis and ensuring that workers do

not go over the maximum weekly hours

• Ensuring maintenance of all required program and employee-related

documentation and maintenance of required client and employee confidentiality

• Obtain all Monthly Reports from the workers and verify that signatures match the

service dates. Reports are reviewed with MOPD

• Preparing for the Quarterly HUD Report and Annual Audits · Attend MOPD

quarterly site visits

• Preparing and submitting monthly client hours for billing · Attend in-service

training as assigned as assisting in training presentations as requested

• Attending in-service training as assigned and assisting in training presentations as


• Other duties as required


• High School Diploma or GED is required

• Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable means of transportation

• Home Care Supervisor Experience preferred

• Knowledge of social services and medical terminology.

• Experience working with the MOPD program is preferred

• Effective written and oral communication skills, suitable for memos, report writing,

incident, general case documentation, and worker performance and disciplinary


• Microsoft Office experience (Word, Excel, and Outlook)

• Ability to work within a multi-phased, fast-paced work environment

• Bi-lingual (Spanish) is a plus

Link to apply:

Job Application | ASI Home Care (


Recruiter Contact:

Nancy Sanchez

Human Resources Department

773.904.0178 EXT 207

Norma Macedo

Human Resources Department

773.904.0179 EXT 206