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Overview:

Aurora Staffing works collaboratively with you to find your ideal position within our network, caring for and supporting people with disabilities, while working to continuously advance your career. Aurora Staffing is non-profit organization, recruiting passionate and dedicated people to make the difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities throughout the Woods System of... Care in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

This position is for Allies Inc.:

We are excited that you’re interested in becoming a part of our team. We’d love to help you grow in your current career or start your journey on a brand, new career path. At Allies, you’ll have the opportunity to work with passionate and talented people in a supportive and positive environment. We celebrate the diversity of our staff, value sharing new ideas and different perspectives, and work together with the common goal of enriching the lives of those with special needs.

Benefits
• Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
• Life and Disability Insurance
• Paid time off
• On-site FREE medical center
• 403b retirement plan
• Continuing education programs
• Tuition-assisted program
• Career growth opportunities
• Professional Development Assistance Programs
• Tuition reimbursement Program

Salary:

Job Summary

The Community Support Staff is responsible to use best practices and technology within a community based residential setting to teach people with developmental disabilities how to acquire the physical, intellectual, emotional and social skills needed to live as independently as possible. Will address any issues regarding the health, safety, and/or welfare of the above mentioned individuals in cooperation with Allies Inc.

Responsibilities:
• Provides assistance with daily living skills when appropriate with respect and dignity.
• Administers medication and completes documentation of same following procedures outlined in the Operations Manual.
• Completes training and documentation with individuals to achieve Individualized Service Plan (ISP) goals.
• Accurately completes all in-house documentation including but not limited to Vehicle Log, Individualized Service Plan (ISP) tracking, Antecedent Behavior Consequence (ABC) forms, Unusual Incident Reports/General Event Records (UIRs/GERs), Critical Information Log, Medication Administration Incident Report (MAIR), and Monthly reports.
• Successfully completes required residential training including but not limited to: CPR and First Aid; Medication Administration; Preventing Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation; Shifting Expectations, Life Experience, and Services; In House Orientation; Crisis Management; New Hire Orientation; Life Threatening Emergencies (Danielle’s Law); Stephen Komninos’ Law; and Corporate Compliance.
• Accompanies individuals to and from appointments and activities.
• Builds a support network between the individuals and community members.
• Encourages and ensures that individuals maintain a clean, safe, and comfortable environment providing assistance as appropriate.
• Participates in Circle(s) of Support for personal futures planning.
• Works with each individual’s treatment team, Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) and all other interested parties to build self-esteem and social capital for each individual served.
• Operates all types of agency vehicles, in any condition, at any point during shift.
• Attends conferences, seminars and training relevant to the specific needs of the individuals served.
• Completes all duties as assigned by the Support Manager.

Qualifications:
• High school diploma (or equivalent)
• Valid unrestricted driver's license with a good driving record.
• The ability to sit, bend, squat, reach, be agile, physically pursue individuals on foot and stand for several hours at a time
• Must be able to read, write and verbally communicate in English and direct/respond to individual’s needs
• Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.

About Allies Inc.

Allies, Inc. is a leading New Jersey nonprofit agency dedicated to supporting youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in achieving their highest level of independence. We accomplish this through comprehensive programs and services designed to meet the specialized needs and goals of each person we support. Currently we serve over 350 individuals throughout the state of New Jersey
Warren NJ United States

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