Minimum education- Bachelor’s degree in human service or special education related field; minimum of one year experience in direct service with people with intellectual disabilities; first Aid and CPR certified, CPI certified; able to lift 20 lbs.; must be physically active; able to work from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday daily with a 12-month instructional year; able to work with minimal supervision; able to attend some evening meetings.
1. Establish rapport and working relationship with assigned individuals;
2. Observe assigned individuals, review data and progress; revise programs based on individual need and performance;
3. Ensure that assigned individuals have up-to-date ISP’s;
4. Write and ensure implementation of behavior support plans, as needed;
5. Review monthly progress notes for assigned individuals for accuracy and submit to case management;
6. Schedule/conduct necessary pre-planning meetings and ISP meetings for assigned individuals;
7. Maintain proper documentation on all assigned individuals;
8. Communicate with families and case management on behalf of assigned individuals;
9. Perform staff training under the direction of the Program Manager;
10. Attend IDT meetings as needed;
11. Work with Quality Assurance as needed;
12. Know and follow AWE/Arc Policies and Procedures;
13. Closely monitor clients for such adverse signs as neglect, abuse, drugs, depression, and abnormal behaviors (especially violent and/or inappropriate interaction with other clients and staff);
14. Others duties as assigned.
If interested, please send your resume to our Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.