Behavior Job Coach Position
Promising Futures - El Cajon, CA

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Behavior Job Coach Position located in El Cajon, $9.00 an hour to start depending on experience and education. Hours are working Monday through Friday (7:45AM- 2:15PM). Raises and bonuses given for exceptional performance. Overtime opportunities available. SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS: Must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. Must be able to obtain class B drivers license. We will provide the class B training. Prefer experience working with Developmental Disabled population. IMPORTANT NOTES: Must pass pre-employment drug screening, physical and background check. Must have current or obtain CPR and First Aid certificates within first 30 days of employment. Visit our website for more information

Job Description

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma. One year experience working with people with developmental disabilities with moderate to severe behaviors.
Responsibilities Include:

*Carry out meaningful community experiences that include vocational, transportation, safety, communication, social, recreational and community based training.

*Implement measurable consumer goals in accordance with IDT recommendations, assessment and person-centered planning.

*Provide on the job training and support to consumers to ensure stability and growth in job placements. Develop professional relationships with employers and keep supervisor informed of all developments.

*Track and summarize consumer ID notes, goals, monthly summaries and complete any other required program documentation such as incident and accident reports and behavior incident reports as required.

*Participate in mandatory staff meetings, workshops and in-service trainings.

*Attend to consumer personal needs including feeding, toileting, bathing, changing and dispending of medications along with other appropriate needs of the consumer at all times.

*Ability to provide physical assistance to clients as needed to follow through on Behavioral Intervention Plans, including emergency interventions as instructed in Crisis Intervention and Prevention, IE (not limited to) lifting, escorts and restraints.

*Follow weekly schedule for community based vocational training.

*Ensure consumer safety, protection of their individual rights and dignity at all times.

*Teach and attend group training sessions and provide individualized support to consumers on job sites.

Supervision: Responsible to Director of C.I.A.