Schedule: per diem
- Strict adherence to program model including clinical, programmatic and quality protocols (for example, staff & supervision meetings, trainings, data collection, community relationships, as required).
- Exercises strong clinical judgement in observing, supporting, resourcing and communicating.
- Assistance with finding accessible and affordable housing, managing PCA program, medication, personal health, finances, household management and transportation, requesting adaptive equipment, assessing vocational, educational, social and recreational opportunities, and developing self- advocacy.
- Implements and develops program activities to reinforce and develop skills which may include using the teachable moment.
- Follows and implements all program safety procedures including personal safety, crisis assessment, prevention, and needed intervention.
- Maintains programmatic documentation.
- Delivers supports and services in a culturally sensitive and responsive manner.
- Provides accurate and timely communication to Program Director regarding clinical, programmatic, operational, or community changes.
- Master’s Degree or Bachelors with 2 years’ experience in Human Service Field Department of Public Health certification in medication administration is required.
- Applicants lacking Medication Certification must become certified within 90 days of date of hire to retain employment.
- Required to walk up and down stairs, provide emergency physical intervention as needed.
- Certified in Basic Prevent Training.
- Current driver's license and maintains a safe driving record.
- Ability to lift 20 pounds Use of personal cell phone and personal vehicle.
- Driving License Required? Yes
- Excellent benefits package including health and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement/remission, paid vacation & holidays, sick time pay, and employee referral bonuses.