In addition to the overall service delivery to individuals with disabilities, other responsibilities include:
Managing the daily operation of the main facility, residential services, host homes and local, state and federal business contracts through PDI’s management team.
Establishing current and long‐range goals, objectives, plans and policies subject to approval by the Board of Directors.
Reviewing operating results to pre-established organizational objectives and taking steps to ensure that appropriate measures are taken to address and correct unsatisfactory results.
Planning and directing all investigations and negotiations pertaining to mergers, joint ventures, the acquisition of businesses or the sale of major assets with the approval of the Board of Directors.
Establishing and maintaining an effective system of communication throughout PDI.
Representing PDI with its major customers, stakeholders, the financial community and the overall community.
Managing corporate security and the integrity of company-wide systems.
Implementing effective corporate marketing, public relations and fundraising strategies.
Facilitating a process of continuous improvement across the organization.
Ensuring adequate staffing across all program‐related and corporate functions.
Providing direction and authorization to carry out major plans and operations consistent with established practices, with Board approval.
Directly managing the adequacy and soundness of PDI’s financial structure, and directing the responsible use of assets in day‐to‐day business and long‐term plans and projects.
Ensuring that PDI has the required insurance, security and protections, that all certifications, accreditations are maintained in a timely manner, and that all legal and compliance‐related issues are addressed and resolved in a timely manner.