This is a Fulltime position.
High school diploma or equivalent required. At least two years of experience working with people with developmental disabilities, preferred. Ability to work independently, handle multiple responsibilities, assign priority to activities and ability to manage the goals of multiple individuals and families on a timely basis. Must complete and maintain current ESUCP training curriculum, which includes, but not limited to the following: CPR/First Aid, NCI, Medication Administration, in-service trainings as required and other trainings relevant to position as defined by local program guidelines.
Assists with identifying individual goals, assists in developing and monitoring outcomes and adjusts as needed, assists individuals we support with inclusion, respects the dignity and individuality of each individual and his/her right to confidentiality, assist individuals we support with daily needs, ensures that the safety, health, hygiene and nutritional needs of the individuals we support are met, ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds and transfer individuals we support as needed, assists individuals at learning and increasing skills in all areas of independence, completes required paperwork accurately and as required by program, performs other duties as assigned by supervisor, supervisor staff, filing, documentation, administer medications as ordered.
Ability to be organized, punctual, and have the ability to document and maintain confidential data; must have reliable transportation to/from work location; must have strong adherence to ESUCP mission & core values.
Lindsay Mattingly, ICS Supervisor, QP at Lindsay.firstname.lastname@example.org