HR Coordinator


Full Time
New City
Posted 2 weeks ago

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Job Description:"Our new Pre-Vocational Center is seeking experienced support professionals who have chosen this field because they are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities through a career in health or mental care. You have at least a high school degree with experience in direct and active support of people with autism, down's syndrome, etc. or even better, a bachelor's degree in a field related to health and mental care: psychology, special education, mental health, behavioral science, etc. We offer competitive pay and benefits in a fast-growing, start-up-like environment where the right combination of independent, creative thinking and enthusiastic teamwork will guarantee career growth. You will be responsible for supporting our program participants both in prevocational activities at our training center and in the community and will also be offered opportunities support participants in after-school individually-planned activities. This is a 30+ hours-a-week (M-F) position. Some staff work more than 40 hours a week (depending on personal flexibility). Provide Safety & Support Ensure health, safety and welfare of people with developmental disabilities. Safeguard and respect the confidentiality of the individuals and their families. Promote people's independence. Assist the people to develop and maintain relationships. Promote and protect the health, safety and emotional well-being of the people. Commit to person-centered supports and honor the personality, preferences, culture and strengths of all people. Work in partnership with others to support all individuals to lead self-directed lives. Implement and adhere to established actionable plans. Ability to communicate effectively. Be able to establish rapport and communicate positively with parents. Provide information to parents about behaviors and interactions with the child. Administrative & Company Policies Commitment to company values and adherence to policies. Uphold the standards set by the National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals (NADSP) Code of Ethics. Be familiar with fire evacuation and emergency procedures within the home and community environments. Maintain all required certifications. May be required to report to alternate work location (job-coaching can take place anywhere in the community, within 10 miles) Report problems and concerns to supervisors immediately Perform other duties as assigned by supervisors and/or senior management "
Qualification:"High school diploma required, bachelors or masters preferred. Experience working with medically fragile people and with people with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Valid driver’s license and impeccable driving record. Willingness to provide personal care."
Skills:Prior experience as a Direct Support Professional or related work.
Anticipated Start Date:3/27/2023
Job Type:Full-Time
Hourly:$20.00/per hour

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