compensation: $16 per hour employment type: full-time non-profit organization
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Transforming lives, realizing potential.
Compensation: $16 per hour
Come join our Residential Services team if you desire to enrich lives!
The Guild for Human Services' Adult Residential Program has an opening for (two) Lead Residential Assistant in its home located in Woburn. Note that training with clients done in Maynard.
This is a career building opportunity offering excellent training, support and benefits. Wages are competitive and tuition assistance benefits are among the best in this field. We always look to promote within our organization
Please fill an application and submit your resume/cover letter on the link below to be considered for these openings. Candidates who present with the appropriate background and skills as evidenced on their resume will be contacted to arrange an interview.
The schedule is:
(1) Sunday through Wednesday
Weekdays 3-11pm Weekend 9am-11pm
(1) Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Weekdays 3-11pm Weekend 9am-11pm
*Works as a member of a team to maintain a clean, safe, positive living environment for each individual who lives at the residence.
*Act as Shift Supervisor; directly supervises all staff in the assigned residence while on shift.
*Provides direct supervision and care to individuals.
*Monitors staff performance, assists in yearly evaluation process, implements or ensures adherence to all policies/requirements of staff behavior as an employee of the Guild.
*Coordinates and takes individuals to Doctors' appointments.
*Monitors all the individuals' medications and coordinates with the pharmacy if orders are needed.
*Administers and records individuals' medications as directed during training.
*Ensures all residential documentation including logs and Incident/Accident (IA) reports are completed.
*Plans and implements community activities for individuals in the residence.
*Monitors individual and house expenditures.
*Develops and implements residential meal preparation including menu development, grocery shopping and cooking that is inclusive of all individuals who live in the home.
*Attends individual's team meetings as requested.
*Manages the day to day functions of the residence including crisis interventions, on-call notifications, on-shift parent/guardian communication, and individuals programming.
*Ensures the implementation of all individualized programming in accordance with each ISP and daily activity schedule.
*Ensures the accurate and timely collection of individuals' and house data.
*Implements and records fire drills to ensure the health and safety of the individuals who live in the home.
*Ensures the cleanliness and upkeep of the home and vehicles.
•A minimum of one year experience working with children and/or young adults with developmental disabilities
•Associate's Degree in Special Education, Psychology or a related field is preferred (those with similar experience in lieu of a degree will be considered.)
• Some supervisory experience preferred
• Must be dedicated, energetic and committed to making a difference in the lives of the individuals we support.
• Good interpersonal skills and maturity
• Willingness to learn from skilled professionals
• A valid driver's license
• Ability to pass CORI/DCF and national fingerprint checks (required for employment)
*Must be able to perform C.P.I (full training provided)
*Must be able to pass M.A.P test (full training provided)
Applicants must be able to attend a mandatory paid three week pre-service training program that is held Monday through Friday primarily day time and some evening hours at campus in Concord, MA.
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