•Provide direct support, positive direction, and assistance to individuals in accordance with program policies and procedures, state and federal regulations, and personal outcome measures.
•Provide interaction and choices for activities that support a meaningful day, and supporting people to be independent in activities of daily living.
•Obtain and maintain all required certifications and trainings and applies the information to support people served.
•Report and/or document routine and unusual events including completing daily logs, accident reports, outcome data sheets, etc. in a concise, understandable, and legible manner.
•Maintains open communication and cooperative work effort with program coordinator and other staff to assure quality and continuity of support to people served.
•Previous experience working with intellectual disabilities.
•A high school diploma
•Have a minimum of three references
•Valid Texas driver’s license
•Clean criminal record
•Must possess good communication skills and professional manner when relating to staff, residents, vendors, and families.
•Must be organized; able to handle multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail.