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Careers with SCDDB

Every staff person we hire possesses a unique potential; a potential to teach, grow, learn, and adapt. We focus on empowering you to be your best and be excited about each day through creative, quality, and ongoing training and team support. We focus on working hard and smart for the people we serve and having a REAL balance between work and life so that YOU can enjoy a fulfilling and meaningful day!

— LaDella Thomas, Executive DIrector
Benefits

Full-time employees can access:
Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance
Simple IRA with matching
Paid time off
Tuition reimbursement
Professional development assistance

All employees receive:
Cell phone stipend
Car Insurance stipend
Mileage Reimbursement at 58.5 cents per mile

OPEN POSITIONS

Job Title: Human Resources Specialist
Reports To: Executive Director
Starting at: $45,000 annually, full-time, exempt
Job Summary (click to expand)

The primary purpose of the Human Resources Specialist is to support the responsibilities of SCDDB and assist the Executive Director and Program Directors with matters as needed in accordance with the established policies, guidelines, and SOPs. Implement HR initiatives for management and staff while promoting SCDDB company culture and core values.


Job Title: Direct Support Professional (Day Services)
Reports To: Program Director
Starting at: $18.00 per hour, non-exempt
Job Summary (click to expand)

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) work with individuals who have developmental disabilities in the day program. DSPs assist person served to become more integrated in their communities by maximizing individual strengths, interests, and abilities. The aim is for the person served to direct their own activities that create a meaningful life including contributing to the community and developing relationships. Support may occur in a variety of settings and may include providing personal care, assistance with daily living activities, job coaching, teaching/developing skills, advocating with person served, assisting in communication and self-expression, and ultimately supporting the person in meeting his or her own goals.

Just Some Things You May Love About This Job:
· Sense of fulfillment in daily work life.
· Opportunities to positively impact the lives of others every day.
· Genuinely supportive leadership and work family.
· Great schedule.

Some Things That May Challenge You:
· Providing a variety of supports based on a variety of individual needs
· Maintaining a professional level of patience and cool-headedness when presented with challenging behaviors.
· Supporting up to 3 Persons Served at a time.
· Managing time to ensure Persons Served have opportunities to adequately pursue their goals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
· Achieving outcomes that characterize a high quality of life.
· Listen carefully and communicate respectfully and clearly with the persons served that you support using person-first language
· Support individual choice, understanding and learning new skills.
· Understand, follow-through, and document support plans, goals, activities, progress, etc.
· Support person served with daily living skills and individual support needs.
· Facilitate activities that provide person served with social capital and connections to the community.
· Assist in planning and structuring activities.
· Encourage healthy behaviors (both physical and mental).
· Understand and follow supports for optimal health.
· Administer medications accurately and reliably.
· Ensure that person served are free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
· Provide safeguards and appropriate leadership skills in challenging situations.
· Use positive behavioral techniques to avoid challenging situations and promote respect and dignity.
· Be a safe and conscientious driver.
· Representing SCDDB in a positive manner while upholding agency values
· Complete duties assigned by supervisor or designee.

Qualifications:
· High School diploma or GED
· Minimum 1 year in a social service field working with adults with I/DD
· Minimum 1 year of supervisory experience
· Ability to pass criminal/registry background checks.
· Must be able to obtain and maintain a Class E driver’s License.
· Ability to pass and maintain required trainings such as CPR/First Aid, Medication Administration and Positive Behavioral Support Training
· Excellent verbal and written communication
· Ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility.
· Exceptional teamwork and problem-solving ability.


NEW!
Job Title: Direct Support Professional III (Day Services)
Reports To: Program Director
Starting at: $20.00 per hour, non-exempt
Job Summary (click to expand)

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) work with individuals who have developmental disabilities in the day program. DSPs assist person served to become more integrated in their communities by maximizing individual strengths, interests, and abilities. The aim is for the person served to direct their own activities that create a meaningful life including contributing to the community and developing relationships. Support may occur in a variety of settings and may include providing personal care, assistance with daily living activities, job coaching, teaching/developing skills, advocating with person served, assisting in communication and self-expression, and ultimately supporting the person in meeting his or her own goals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
DSP III-level staff will supervise DSPs in an assigned area. The DSP III will be responsible for scheduling and managing staff absences and work to arrange make-up times for billable services as needed. The DSP III will review documentation and write monthly summaries for each person’s services. The DSP III will plan to spend approximately 60% of their time on supervisory and administrative duties and approximately 40% of their time in direct care.

Just Some Things You May Love About This Job:
· Sense of fulfillment in daily work life.
· Opportunities to positively impact the lives of others every day.
· Genuinely supportive leadership and work family.
· Great schedule.

Some Things That May Challenge You:
· Providing a variety of supports based on a variety of individual needs
· Maintaining a professional level of patience and cool-headedness when presented with challenging behaviors.
· Supporting up to 3 Persons Served at a time.
· Managing time to ensure Persons Served have opportunities to adequately pursue their goals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
· Achieving outcomes that characterize a high quality of life.
· Listen carefully and communicate respectfully and clearly with the persons served that you support using person-first language
· Support individual choice, understanding and learning new skills.
· Understand, follow-through, and document support plans, goals, activities, progress, etc.
· Support person served with daily living skills and individual support needs.
· Facilitate activities that provide person served with social capital and connections to the community.
· Assist in planning and structuring activities.
· Encourage healthy behaviors (both physical and mental).
· Understand and follow supports for optimal health.
· Administer medications accurately and reliably.
· Ensure that person served are free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
· Provide safeguards and appropriate leadership skills in challenging situations.
· Use positive behavioral techniques to avoid challenging situations and promote respect and dignity.
· Be a safe and conscientious driver.
· Representing SCDDB in a positive manner while upholding agency values
· Complete duties assigned by supervisor or designee.

Qualifications:
· High School diploma or GED
· Minimum 1 year in a social service field working with adults with I/DD
· Minimum 1 year of supervisory experience
· Ability to pass criminal/registry background checks.
· Must be able to obtain and maintain a Class E driver’s License.
· Ability to pass and maintain required trainings such as CPR/First Aid, Medication Administration and Positive Behavioral Support Training
· Excellent verbal and written communication
· Ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility.
· Exceptional teamwork and problem-solving ability.

Working Conditions:
DSPs work in a changing environment that adjusts to the needs of the persons served in program services. The environment may be fast paced with interruptions, distractions, and deadlines. DSPs need to be flexible and be able to adjust to changing needs or activities. Depending on the needs of the individuals, the work can be physically demanding including transferring or supporting people with mobility needs, lifting, or moving items up to 50 lbs., walking or standing for extended periods of time or providing support through CPR/First Aid, behavioral support, and other interventions.


Job Title: Direct Support Professional (Residential - Nights/Overnights/Weekends)
Reports To: Program Director
Starting at: $19.00 per hour, non-exempt
Job Summary (click to expand)

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) work with individuals who have developmental disabilities in the residential program. DSPs assist persons served to become more integrated in their communities by maximizing individual strengths, interests, and abilities. DSPs will follow and implement all Individual Service Plans and provide daily documentation on services provided. DSPs will assist individuals as needed with all activities of daily living as outlined in their individual plan as well as grocery shopping, housekeeping, bookkeeping, etc., and provide opportunities for community activities and social interactions that are age-appropriate and of their choosing. DSPs assist in scheduling, transportation, and communications with all ongoing medical appointments as needed as well as assist with medication management as needed.

Just Some of the Things You May Love About This Job:

· Sense of fulfillment in daily work life.
· Opportunities to positively impact the lives of others every day.
· Genuinely supportive leadership and work family.
· Opportunities for personal and professional growth in a growing organization.

Some Things That May Challenge You:

· Providing a variety of supports based on a variety of individual needs.
· Maintaining a professional level of patience and cool headedness when presented with challenging behaviors.
· Supporting multiple persons served at a time.
· Managing time to ensure persons served have opportunities to adequately pursue their goals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Achieving outcomes that characterize a high quality of life.
· Listen carefully and communicate respectfully and clearly with the persons served that you support using person-first language
· Support individual choice, understanding and learning new skills.
· Understand, follow-through, and document support plans, goals, activities, progress, etc.
· Support person served with daily living skills and individual support needs.
· Facilitate activities that provide person served with social capital and connections to the community.
· Assist in planning and structuring activities.
· Encourage healthy behaviors (both physical and mental).
· Understand and follow supports for optimal health.
· Administer medications accurately and reliably.
· Ensure that person served are free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
· Provide safeguards and appropriate leadership skills in challenging situations.
· Use positive behavioral techniques to avoid challenging situations and promote respect and dignity.
· Be a safe and conscientious driver.
· Representing SCDDB in a positive manner while upholding agency values
· Complete duties assigned by supervisor or designee.

Qualifications:

· High School diploma or GED
· Ability to pass criminal/registry background checks.
· Must be able to obtain and maintain a Class E driver’s License.
· Ability to pass and maintain required trainings such as CPR/First Aid, Medication Administration and Positive Behavioral Support Training
· Excellent verbal and written communication
· Ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility.
· Exceptional teamwork and problem-solving ability.