Under the supervision of the project Director and Associate Director, the Community Living Coordinator I (CLCI) is responsible for planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating individualized support services provided to persons with developmental disabilities. The CLCI is responsible for training and supervising support staff and providing direct support services to persons served in a professional and collaborative manner.
Bachelor's Degree in Human Services field (e.g. Education, Social Work, Counseling, or similar/related field) and/or related education and work experiences.
Minimum three (3) years experience in providing supported living services to persons with developmental disabilities.
Fingerprinting clearance results are required prior to hire.
DMV driving record printout required prior to hire.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Certified in Adult CPR and First Aid (or certified within two weeks of starting employment).
Possess a valid California Drivers License in good standing.
Reliable personal transportation with proof of current/ongoing automobile insurance.
Maintain consistent reliable cell phone service which will be partially reimbursed by the project for work usage.
Be available for rotating 24 hour emergency on-call system.
Support project mission and values and represent the project positively in the community.
Must be able to make sound and timely independent decisions; interact effectively with persons with disabilities, co-workers, families, other professionals, etc.
This description incorporates the most typical duties performed. It is recognized that other related duties not specifically mentioned may also be performed. The ability to report to work on time; follow directions from a supervisor; interact effectively with co-workers; understand and follow posted work rules and procedures; accept constructive criticism; for managers and supervisory personnel to lead and manage others; and to maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.
Preferred Experience/Special Skills
Experience supervising 10-20 employees
Experience navigating organizations such as Regional Center, Social Security Administration, Housing and Urban Development, and In-Home Supportive Services
Various work locations can be expected including but not limited to office environment, client homes, outdoor community locations, etc.
Often Monday - Friday business hours, will require some early mornings, evenings, weekend and holiday hours.
Job Close Date
Jobs close at 4pm PST
Additional Instructions for Applicants
Certain SDSURF positions must undergo background and other screening, which may include criminal history, credit history, health examination, fingerprinting, or other screening criteria which the SDSURF determines necessary for business purposes. Where such requirements are known, they will be stated in the job posting. By accepting a position with SDSURF, you are agreeing to undergo such screenings at any time during your employment with SDSURF if it is determined necessary for business reasons.
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