Provides supervision, training and direct assistance based on each individual’s service plan. Promotes positive behaviors and interactions with all individuals receiving services.
High school diploma or equivalent with six months preferable experience working with people with developmental disabilities, direct experience in a related field for one full year of college education in human services. Must successfully complete all required training including but not limited to First Aid/CPR, SCIP (Strategies for Crisis Intervention and Prevention) and Medication Administration. Must be able to lift, move and transfer up to 50 pounds. Subject to background checks including but not limited to being fingerprinted/criminal history record check, NYS Child Abuse Registry, OPWDD Staff Exclusion List and Mental Health Law 16.34. Must meet LAI’s Vehicle Operator Requirements.
Commensurate with experience
Saturday 3-11pm; Sunday 3-11pm; Monday 3-11pm; Thursday 3-9pm; Friday 3-11pm
1st Tuesday of Month