Open Positions  
1. Instructor (Direct Care)
The Instructor is a staff member with responsibilities in providing both instruction and support services to adults with intellectual / developmental disabilities who are learning to live as independently as possible in the community. These direct services occur in the home and community of the participant who is accepted into the program. Direct supervision of the Instructor is provided by the Program Manager and/or Skills Trainer.

Requirements and Responsibilities:

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Direct supervision of program participants

- Ensure community integration for program participants

- Ensure participant's basic needs are met at all times

- Ensure participant medical and health needs are met at all times

- Experience is preferred, but not required, and training is provided.

- Valid ODL or WDL and decent driving record is necessary for some positions.


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2. Program Manager

The program manager is a staff member with overall responsibility for the day to day delivery of training and support services to participants of the tenant support and residential program.  The program manager is responsible for overseeing daily operations at the residence by maintaining a clean, healthy environment, ensuring basic and medical needs are met, direct program services, program development, and that activities occur which promote a high quality lifestyle.  The program manager is the direct supervisor for the residential instructors in all areas, which includes areas of formal and informal training, integrated activities and behavior management.

Requirements and Responsibilities:

Coordinate health, medical, financial and training needs for a small caseload of adults with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities

- Work collaboratively with others to maintain a productive and healthy work environment for staff and clients alike

- This is a forty hour per week, salary position and includes:

Ensure a basic knowledge of behavior management techniques

Responsible for community/social integration for all program participants

Ensure participant medical/health needs are met Ensure dietary and nutritional needs are met 

Communication with other agencies 

Supervision and training of subordinate staff

On-call duties including carrying a cell phone on rotating weekends for the agency 

Assist with/coordinate new participant entry

Develop, implement, and review formal training(s) 

- Interacting with clients and assisting in the development and implementation of their Individual Support Plans (ISPs)

- Two (2) years of Supervisory Experience is Required.  Staff supervision and quality assurance are part of the day-to-day duties.

- American Sign Language (ASL) experience required for some positions

To apply, please download an application and send a completed copy to
Attn: Bruce Powers at BrucePowers@upandoutinc.com or fax to 503-796-9257
Application


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