Hourly Rate: $19.00 

Full-time, Part-time, or Per Diem opportunities available

Up to $1000 in sign-on bonuses available- Earn $500 after 6 months of full-time employment and an additional $500 after 9 months of full-time employment.

Responsibilities include:

  • Develop and implement lesson plans for identified groups of people supported based on individual program plans.
  • Perform, document, and compile results from assessments to determine interests, skills, abilities, learning and training needs of people supported.
  • Match individuals with training, volunteer opportunities, internships and employment related to their desired outcomes and assessment results.
  • Lead the teaching of people receiving supports functional skills as determined by each individual’s program plans and assessments.  This may include but is not limited to work readiness and/or pre-employment skills, behavior management, independent living, community integration, and/or other skill development.
  • Prepare and organize materials for instruction and lead/model hands-on instructional activities in site-based and community-based settings based on assignment and/or location.
  • Attend to personal hygiene needs of program participants, which may include toileting, changing, feeding program participants, and showering as the situation warrants.
  • In a timely manner, complete, organize, and maintain electronic/manual documentation and program materials for people supported according to guidelines as set forth. This includes: valued outcome and behavioral data collection, monthly notes, habilitation plans, behavior plans, regulatory information, program books, replenishing materials needed for activities, and maintaining an organized work/program area based on assignment.
  • Meet requirement to become and maintain certification as a Registered Behavior Technician based on assignment.  This may include providing a variety of training, intervention, and teaching procedures.
  • Operate Agency vehicles for transportation and travel training of the people receiving supports as assigned.
  • Administer prescribed medications to people receiving supports after successful completion of AMAP medication administration course based on assignment and/or location.
  • Participate in planning and team meetings; act as liaison with other community organizations, volunteer sites, and agencies.
  • Perform required bus duty functions as required. Duties included traffic monitoring, paging, loading, and unloading, escorting and attendance documentation.
  • Write case notes, reports incidents, and provides information on incidents as required.
  • Provide oversight and guidance to staff members, demonstrating job duties and reviewing/completing department specific orientation. May be assigned to mentor new staff members.
  • Responsible for health, welfare, and safety of program participants both on program site and while in the community with program participants.

 We Offer:

  • Competitive pay
  • Generous Benefits Plan
  • Training, Education and Advancement Opportunities

 We Require:

  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Human Services field. At the discretion of the Employer, five years of experience working in a direct support position outside of this agency, along with demonstrated competencies in completion of the required duties, may be substituted for the Bachelor’s degree requirement.
  • Minimum of one year of experience relevant to assigned location.
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