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We currently have the following openings:
Opportunities are available for persons to work with adults with developmental disabilities, designing and implementing day service and vocational programming. Work with individuals to facilitate the highest level of independence on the job through documentation of behaviors, positive feedback and coaching, and carrying through specifically designed habilitation training.
Responsibilities include case management, program development, community integration, and client supervision.
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Experience with adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness required
Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds occasionally
Must be able to work at least 34 hours per week between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm
Must have good oral and written communication skills
Responsibilities include child observation, child supervision, implementation of lesson plans, parent communication, child discipline, and classroom management. Positions are available in our preschool and infant/toddler classrooms.
Must have completed one course for credit in Early Childhood
Must be able to lift 25 pounds regularly
Must be able to and have experience communicating in verbal and written formats
Must be able to work 40 hours per week between the hours of 5:30 am and 6:00 pm
Some part-time positions available
“I like the friendly people, good atmosphere, and the jobs I learn to do.”
- Ted K.
Assists through direct service and skill training the developmentally disabled, chronically mentally ill and AODA participants to successfully integrate into the community workforce.
Conducts job task analysis to determine basic elements of the job
Breaks jobs/tasks into teachable parts
Identifies possible learning barriers and determines best suitable training methods
Introduces jobs/tasks systematically to learner
Observes and records employee’s job performance and work behaviors
Lead Teacher establishes and maintains a safe, healthy, naturing, fully inclusive learning environment. Provide a positive early childhood experience by encouraging children to develop a healthy self-concept and positive self esteem. Adance each child’s skills in the following developmental areas: large and small motor, language/communication, social/emotional and cognitive
Develops weekly plans and implements age appropriate curriculum
Provide a developmentally appropriate classroom environment that reflects the child’s learning and growth
Maintain ongoing and open communication with parents/caregivers
Assures a healthy, safe, clean and developmentally appropriate environment for children