Newly hired staff eligible for a $1000 Sign On Bonus!
Benefits available include sick and vacation time, Health/Dental/Prescription coverage through BCBS, Vision through Vision Care Direct, Aflac Policies, FSA/HSA, company paid life insurance, and retirement through KPERS.
Locate, assess and task analyze potential jobs for adults with developmental disabilities.
Assist individuals with initial and ongoing support needed in the employment environment. (Including on the job training).
Market Employment Connections through the development of employment opportunities in communities.
Participate in community organizations for planning and developing networks that enhance employment relationships. (Chamber of Commerce, United Way, etc.) as assigned.
Work in conjunction with Transition from School to Work programs, DCF, and Vocational and Rehabilitation programs, grants, etc., as assigned
Establish and maintain production quality and quantity standards for each contract and/or production area, contract, crew or enclave, as assigned
Develop workflow schedules to meet production requirements and to meet the completion of work performed on contracts.
Complete all required documentation related to services provided to include individual's pay, schedule, DSNWK attendance sheets, injury reports, transportation, individual data, communication logs, etc.
Education - High School diploma or equivalent preferred. ETS certification preferred.
Experience - One year of human services experience required. Prior personal or job related exposure to people with developmental disabilities preferred.