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Home Administrator – Avenue Home – Redwood City, CA

HOME ADMINISTRATOR – JOB DESCRIPTION

 

Job Title:  Home Administrator

Reports To: Program Director

Work Location: Redwood City, CA

Employment Status:  Exempt-Full-Time

Hours: 40 Hours a week

Starting Salary: $55,000.00

Benefits: Health and Dental, 401(K),  Paid Time Off, EAP, Flexible Schedule,

Bonus/Incentive Programs.

 

JOB SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for the ongoing management of one (1) Specialized Residential Facility for adults with developmental disabilities. The Home Administrator manages daily program operations and ensures regulatory compliance as mandated by Community Care Licensing and Regional Centers. The Home Administrator ensures the health, well-being, and safety of all residents in the home; maintains regular communication with Regional Center Service Coordinators, conservators and other outside agency representatives; manages direct care staffing and labor hours in order to provide the highest quality care and support to clients; and supervises, trains and mentors direct support professional staff.

 

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Communication with Regional Center Service Coordinator, conservators, family, service coordinators, and/or other client representatives/advocates regarding client health, well-being, and quality of life.
  • Supervise direct care staff and provide feedback and progressive discipline when necessary.
  • Conduct new hire orientations and manage staff development and training as needed.
  • Generate program staffing schedules to ensure adequate supervision and support of the client, as well as by delegating those duties that will best serve the client and the needs of the home.
  • Oversee daily program operations- i.e. client notes documentation, medication audits, personal and incidental funds disbursement and audits, physical plant inspections, maintenance of client and staff files, time card review and amendments, conduct annual performance evaluations and provide progressive discipline if needed.
  • If clients do not attend an outside day program, oversee individualized day programing for clients residing in the home.
  • Attend trainings and meetings as mandated by Omelagah, Inc.
  • Maintain safety and compliance of the facility to prevent staff and client injury.
  • Responsible for resident care such as scheduling medical appointments, following up on recommendations by the doctor and ensuring the well-being and the overall medical condition of the residents.
  • Ensure ongoing program compliance with Community Care Licensing and Regional Center.
  • Write and submit special incident reports (SIRs) to Regional Center and CCL.
  • Ensure Title 17 and 22 compliance.
  • Participate in the interviewing of new program staff as needed.
  • Supervise clinical and crisis management and establish on-call duties.
  • Maintain knowledge of clinical standards and ensure compliance in terms of treatment interventions.
  • Participate in the process of program referrals, intakes, assessments, transition activities and placement of new clients.
  • Provide resources for staff training CEU’s and current research relevant to program development.
  • Serve as liaison with program consultants (psychiatrist, behaviorist, physician, etc.).
  • Work well with company Administration and Human Resources including billing and payroll systems and other administrative systems necessary to meet company requirements.
  • Other delegated duties as assigned by supervisor.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Shall be at least 21 years old.
  • Bachelors Degree from an accredited university in a related field or 1 year of supervisory experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Shall maintain a current Adult Residential Facility Administrator Certificate issued from the California Department of Social Services.
  • Has completed the Residential Services Training.
  • Currently certified in CPR/First Aid and must be able to render emergency services when necessary.
  • Shall be able to communicate effectively in written and oral form.
  • Must have fingerprint clearance and criminal record statement per licensing requirements.
  • Must have health screening and tuberculosis test within 12 months prior to employment or 7 day(s) after employment.
  • Shall complete 12 hours of CEU’s per year.
  • Shall have 12 months experience per T-17 providing direct supervision and special service to persons with Developmental Disabilities.
  • Must have a valid California drivers license and auto liability insurance for transporting consumers.
  • Must have completed and be currently certified in an approved Behavioral Management course such as CPI.
  • Shall complete the Direct Support Professional (DSP) training as required by Title 17
  • Shall have valid Water Safety Certification if supervising consumers using a pool or other body of water from which rescue requires the rescuer’s ability to swim.
  • Ability to apply common sense and understanding, to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
  • Ability to deal with problems, involving several concrete and abstract variables in standardized and non-standardized situations.
  • Ability to travel as needed.

JOB KNOWLEDGE:

  • Knowledge and ability to comply with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations.
  • Knowledge of Regional Centers, Department of Social Services, Department of Developmental Services and State Council on Developmental Disabilities.
  • Knowledge of Title 17 and 22.
  • Knowledge of facility program design.
  • Knowledge of Individual Program Plans and client service needs.
  • Knowledge of medication administration protocol.
  • Knowledge of behavioral plans.
  • Knowledge of emergency disaster protocol.
  • Knowledge of abuse reporting and special incident reporting.
  • Knowledge of human resources principles, policies and practices.
  • Knowledge of client personal and incidentals and profit and loss.

Application Deadline: September 21, 2018 by 5:00pm

 

ABOUT THE COMPANY:

Omelagah, Inc. is a family-owned human services agency, dedicated to providing high quality support services for adults with developmental disabilities in Northern California. We exist to support individuals with developmental disabilities, who are difficult to serve, succeed in their home communities instead of institutional settings. We have an expertise in supporting individuals with developmental disabilities with a history of forensic involvement. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support and the communities they live in, through the implementation of structured community-based programs. For more information, please visit us at www.omelagah.com

Direct Care Staff (Adaptive Skills Trainer)

Work Location(s): San Mateo, CA

Shift: 8am – 2pm

Compensation: $13.50-$15.00/ per hour

Employment Status: Full-Time

About the Company:

Omelagah, Inc. is a family-owned community-based organization that provides support services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to support individuals with developmental disabilities with a history of forensic involvement or individuals who may be at risk of involvement with the criminal justice system, live productive law abiding lives in the least restrictive community setting. We are passionate in our belief that people with developmental disabilities deserve the right to live and thrive in the least restrictive community setting. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support and the communities they live in, through the implementation of structured community-based programs. We achieve our mission through the following services: Supported Living Services (SLS), Residential Services and Adaptive Skills Training. For more information, please visit us at www.omelagah.com

Position Summary

Under direction from the Program Supervisor, Direct Care Staff supports adults with developmental disabilities to accomplish daily living activities at the person’s home and/or in the local community. The Personal Attendant helps the individual served to be a known and valued member of his/her local community.

This position provides supervision, instruction, housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, shopping, emergency intervention, and personal care for individuals with developmental disabilities. Hours vary within a 24-hour, 7-day a week schedule, with part-time (less than 32 hours per week) and full-time (32 + hours per week) shifts.

We are looking for people who enjoy working with people with disabilities, are interested in teaching and encouraging healthy eating and a positive lifestyle. Candidate’s availability and flexibility to work when needed is a plus. We are also looking for someone interested in working with people with challenging maladaptive behaviors.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide community supervision to the ensure health and safety of individual served;
  • Assist individual served with planning meals, purchasing and preparing foods;
  • Assist individual served with personal care including dressing, undressing, hygiene, toilet actives and other activities of daily living (ADL’s)
  • Assist individual served with housekeeping duties and marinating their homes;
  • Assist individual served in developing adaptive skills and independent living skills;
  • Prepare and maintain records of assistance rendered;
  • Maintain client confidentiality. Follow reporting procedures regarding denial of rights and special incident reports;
  • Communicate with other team members regarding any changes in regulations, policies and procedures and general information pertaining to the program;
  • Assist individual served with coordination of medical and mental health services;
  • Monitor client progress towards goal outlined in Individual Service Plan (ISP) and submit weekly data on goal tracking;
  • Support community inclusion and choice;
  • Create and use natural supports and support individuals in a person-centered manner;
  • Teach community awareness to individuals served while they access their community via public transportation and travel training;
  • Attend required training and staff meetings;
  • Adhere to and all Omelagah, Inc. policies, procedures and program rules;
  • Other duties as assigned;

Minimum Job Qualification

  • Must pass fingerprint background check (Child Abuse Index, Criminal Record Clearance);
  • High School Diploma (or equivalent) required previous work-related skill, knowledge or experience preferred;
  • Must be 18 years of age;
  • Possess a valid California state driver’s license;
  • Recent, clean TB test and health screening (within one year);
  • First Aid/CPR certification required (within 2 weeks);

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to work independently and display good independent judgment;
  • Strong time management skills, patient and detailed oriented;
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in decision-making situations;
  • Ability to communicate verbally to convey information to consumer, Program Supervisor, community members effectively and other stakeholders;
  • Computer literacy and strong written literacy skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with clients, parents, social workers, fellow workers, and others in a positive and constructive manner;
  • Willingness to work flexible hours including nights and weekends to meet client needs;

Benefits Available to Employees:

  • Paid time off
  • Paid company holidays
  • Health insurance for medical and vision coverage and dental coverage
  • Recognition and incentive programs

Direct Care Staff – San Mateo SLS

Work Location(s): San Mateo County, CA

Shift: All Shifts

Weekdays M-F – 8am – 4pm/ 4pm-12midnight/ 12midnight – 8am

Weekends Sat/ Sun – 8am – 4pm/ 4pm-12midnight/ 12midnight – 8am

Compensation: $13.00 – $15.00 per hour (depending on experience)

Employment Status: Full-Time/ Part Time

Position Summary Under direction from the Program Supervisor, theDirect Care Staff supports adults with developmental disabilities to accomplish daily living activities at the person’s home and/or in the local community. The Direct Care staff helps the individual served to be a known and valued member of his/her local community.

This position provides supervision, instruction, housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, shopping, emergency intervention, and personal care for individuals with developmental disabilities. Hours vary within a 24-hour, 7-day a week schedule, with part-time (less than 32 hours per week) and full-time (32 + hours per week) shifts.

We are looking for people who enjoy working with people with disabilities, are interested in teaching and encouraging healthy eating and a positive lifestyle. Candidate’s availability and flexibility to work when needed is a plus. We are also looking for someone interested in working with people with challenging maladaptive behaviors.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide community supervision to the ensure health and safety of individual served;
  • Assist individual served with planning meals, purchasing and preparing foods;
  • Assist individual served with personal care including dressing, undressing, hygiene, toilet actives and other activities of daily living (ADL’s)
  • Assist individual served with housekeeping duties and marinating their homes;
  • Assist individual served in developing adaptive skills and independent living skills;
  • Prepare and maintain records of assistance rendered;
  • Maintain client confidentiality. Follow reporting procedures regarding denial of rights and special incident reports;
  • Communicate with other team members regarding any changes in regulations, policies and procedures and general information pertaining to the program;
  • Assist individual served with coordination of medical and mental health services;
  • Monitor client progress towards goal outlined in Individual Service Plan (ISP) and submit weekly data on goal tracking;
  • Support community inclusion and choice;
  • Create and use natural supports and support individuals in a person-centered manner;
  • Teach community awareness to individuals served while they access their community via public transportation and travel training;
  • Attend required training and staff meetings;
  • Adhere to and all Omelagah, Inc. policies, procedures and program rules;
  • Other duties as assigned;

Minimum Job Qualification

  • Must pass fingerprint background check (Child Abuse Index, Criminal Record Clearance);
  • High School Diploma (or equivalent) required, previous work-related skill, knowledge or experience preferred;
  • Must be 18 years of age;
  • Possess a valid California state driver’s license;
  • Recent, clean TB test and health screening (within one year);
  • First Aid/CPR certification required (within 2 weeks);

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to work independently and display good independent judgment;
  • Strong time management skills, patient and detailed oriented;
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in decision-making situations;
  • Ability to communicate verbally to convey information to consumer, Program Supervisor, community members effectively and other stakeholders;
  • Computer literacy and strong written literacy skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with clients, parents, social workers, fellow workers, and others in a positive and constructive manner;
  • Willingness to work flexible hours including nights and weekends to meet client needs;

Benefits Available to Employees:

  • Paid time off
  • Paid company holidays
  • Health insurance for medical and vision coverage and dental coverage
  • 401(k)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Recognition and incentive programs

Direct Support Professional – All Locations

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Direct Support Professional – Job Description

 

Job Title: Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Work Location(s): Redwood City, CA / Hayward, CA/ Sausalito, CA/ Turlock, CA/ Wilton, CA

Shift(s): Weekday and/or Weekend shifts available

Compensation: $13.00 – $15.00 an hour

Employment Status: Part-Time or Full-Time/Non-Exempt


Position Summary

Under the direction of the House Manager, the Direct Support Professional (DSP) will provide direct care and support to individuals with developmental disabilities. DSP’s provide hands-on training, assistance and support services to individuals with developmental disabilities in a manner that ensures their health, safety and successful achievement of service objectives outlined in their Individual Service Plan (ISP).  

This role requires a high level of cleanliness and strong domestic skills (such as being able to cook healthy meals, and helping purchase healthy food). Other key responsibilities include all of the following: help with medical appointments, help implementing an exercise program, hygiene assistance, recreation, and medication monitoring.

We are looking for people who enjoy working with people with developmental disabilities and who are interested in teaching and role modeling a positive lifestyle. Candidate’s availability and flexibility to work when needed is a plus. We are also looking for candidates interested in working with people with challenging behavioral issues and people with developmental disabilities who have had involvement with the criminal justice system.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct care and supervision to clients during daily activities. Examples of activities include: shopping, budgeting, safety awareness, community access, positive relationship building, physical fitness, positive recreation, conflict resolution, anger management, coping skills, resisting peer pressure and maintaining a clean and healthy home environment;
  • Address basic care needs of clients including but not limited to the following:  medical, nutritional, hygienic, activities of daily living (ADL’s), social, recreational, personal management, transportation, meal preparations, etc. personal hygiene needs may require exposure to bodily fluids (feces, urine, blood etc.);
  • Basic household needs including but not limited to the following: custodial, maintenance, schedules and routines, record keeping, documentation, etc;
  • Perform adaptive skills training with clients which include but are not limited to the following:  cooking, laundry, telephone, community awareness and access, relationships, budgeting, etc;
  • Participate in the assessment process and collection of data;
  • Participate in the design and implementation of each client’s programs, collection and analysis of ongoing data, and other assigned documentation pertaining to each clients program;
  • Provide supervision and redirection to prevent the manifestation of maladaptive behaviors that may lead to recidivism;
  • Responsibility for the health and safety of assigned client;
  • Follow reporting procedures regarding denial of rights and special incident reports;
  • Communicate with other staff regarding any changes in regulations, policies, and procedures and general information pertaining to the program;
  • Promote community engagement and client rights;
  • Recognize unusual or threatening conditions related to persons with disabilities and resolve issues if necessary;
  • Attend required company training and staff meetings;
  • Adhere to and all Omelagah, Inc. company policies, procedures and program rules;
  • Other duties as assigned;

 

Minimum Job Qualification

  • Must pass fingerprint background check (Child Abuse Index, Criminal Record Clearance);
  • Must be 18 years of age;
  • Possess a valid California state driver’s license;
  • Recent, clean TB test and health screening (within one year);
  • First Aid/CPR certification required (within 2 weeks);
  • Clean DMV printout and proof of auto insurance;
  • Ability to work independently and display good independent judgment;
  • Strong time management skills, patient and detailed oriented;
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in decision-making situations;
  • Excellent oral communication skills;
  • Fluent report writing skills;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with clients, parents, social workers, fellow workers, and others in a positive and constructive manner;
  • Willingness to work flexible hours including nights and weekends to meet client needs;

Benefits Available to Employees:

  • Paid time off
  • Paid company holidays
  • Health insurance for medical and vision coverage and dental coverage
  • 401(k)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP
  • Recognition and incentive programs

About the Company:

Omelagah, Inc. is a family-owned community-based organization that provides support services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to support individuals with developmental disabilities with a history of forensic involvement or individuals who may be at risk of involvement with the criminal justice system, live productive law-abiding lives in the least restrictive community setting. We are passionate in our belief that people with developmental disabilities deserve the right to live and thrive in the least restrictive community setting. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support and the communities they live in, through the implementation of structured community-based programs. We achieve our mission through the following services: Supported Living Services (SLS), Residential Services and Adaptive Skills Training. For more information, please visit us at www.omelagah.com

How to Apply:

Apply online: Omelagah Inc. Online Application

Download the Job Description: Direct Support Professional (DSP) – Job Description

Direct Support Professional – Redwood City, CA

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Direct Support Professional – Job Description

 

Job Title: Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Work Location(s): Redwood City, CA

Shift(s): Weekday and/or Weekend shifts available

Compensation: $13.00 – $15.00 an hour

Employment Status: Part-Time or Full-Time/Non-Exempt

Position Summary

Under the direction of the House Manager, the Direct Support Professional (DSP) will provide direct care and support to individuals with developmental disabilities. DSP’s provide hands-on training, assistance and support services to individuals with developmental disabilities in a manner that ensures their health, safety and successful achievement of service objectives outlined in their Individual Service Plan (ISP).

This role requires a high level of cleanliness and strong domestic skills (such as being able to cook healthy meals, and helping purchase healthy food). Other key responsibilities include all of the following: help with medical appointments, help implementing an exercise program, hygiene assistance, recreation, and medication monitoring.

We are looking for people who enjoy working with people with developmental disabilities and who are interested in teaching and role modeling a positive lifestyle. Candidate’s availability and flexibility to work when needed is a plus. We are also looking for candidates interested in working with people with challenging behavioral issues and people with developmental disabilities who have had involvement with the criminal justice system.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct care and supervision to clients during daily activities. Examples of activities include: shopping, budgeting, safety awareness, community access, positive relationship building, physical fitness, positive recreation, conflict resolution, anger management, coping skills, resisting peer pressure and maintaining a clean and healthy home environment;
  • Address basic care needs of clients including but not limited to the following:  medical, nutritional, hygienic, activities of daily living (ADL’s), social, recreational, personal management, transportation, meal preparations, etc. personal hygiene needs may require exposure to bodily fluids (feces, urine, blood etc.);
  • Basic household needs including but not limited to the following: custodial, maintenance, schedules and routines, record keeping, documentation, etc;
  • Perform adaptive skills training with clients which include but are not limited to the following:  cooking, laundry, telephone, community awareness and access, relationships, budgeting, etc;
  • Participate in the assessment process and collection of data;
  • Participate in the design and implementation of each client’s programs, collection and analysis of ongoing data, and other assigned documentation pertaining to each clients program;
  • Provide supervision and redirection to prevent the manifestation of maladaptive behaviors that may lead to recidivism;
  • Responsibility for the health and safety of assigned client;
  • Follow reporting procedures regarding denial of rights and special incident reports;
  • Communicate with other staff regarding any changes in regulations, policies, and procedures and general information pertaining to the program;
  • Promote community engagement and client rights;
  • Recognize unusual or threatening conditions related to persons with disabilities and resolve issues if necessary;
  • Attend required company training and staff meetings;
  • Adhere to and all Omelagah, Inc. company policies, procedures and program rules;
  • Other duties as assigned;

 

Minimum Job Qualification

  • Must pass fingerprint background check (Child Abuse Index, Criminal Record Clearance);
  • Must be 18 years of age;
  • Possess a valid California state driver’s license;
  • Recent, clean TB test and health screening (within one year);
  • First Aid/CPR certification required (within 2 weeks);
  • Clean DMV printout and proof of auto insurance;
  • Ability to work independently and display good independent judgment;
  • Strong time management skills, patient and detailed oriented;
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in decision-making situations;
  • Excellent oral communication skills;
  • Fluent report writing skills;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with clients, parents, social workers, fellow workers, and others in a positive and constructive manner;
  • Willingness to work flexible hours including nights and weekends to meet client needs;

Benefits Available to Employees:

  • Paid time off
  • Paid company holidays
  • Health insurance for medical and vision coverage and dental coverage
  • 401(k)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP
  • Recognition and incentive programs

About the Company:

Omelagah, Inc. is a family-owned community-based organization that provides support services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to support individuals with developmental disabilities with a history of forensic involvement or individuals who may be at risk of involvement with the criminal justice system, live productive law-abiding lives in the least restrictive community setting. We are passionate in our belief that people with developmental disabilities deserve the right to live and thrive in the least restrictive community setting. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support and the communities they live in, through the implementation of structured community-based programs. We achieve our mission through the following services: Supported Living Services (SLS), Residential Services and Adaptive Skills Training. For more information, please visit us at www.omelagah.com

How to Apply:

Apply online: Omelagah Inc. Online Application

Download the Job Description: Direct Support Professional (DSP) – Job Description

Direct Care Staff, SLS – All Locations

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Job Description- Direct Care Staff

 

Job Title:                    Direct Care Staff

Department:              Supported Living Services (SLS)

Reports to:                  Program Supervisor

Work Location(s):       San Mateo, CA, Hayward, CA, and Vallejo, CA

Shift:                            Weekday and weekend positions available

Compensation:           $12.00 – $13.00 per hour

Employment Status:  Part-Time/ Full-Time Positions available  

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the Direct Care Staff supports adults with developmental disabilities to accomplish daily living activities at the person’s home and/or in the local community. The Direct Care Staff helps the individual served to be a known and valued member of his/her local community.

This position provides supervision, instruction, housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, shopping, emergency intervention, and personal care for individuals with developmental disabilities. Hours vary within a 24-hour, 7-day a week schedule, with part-time (less than 32 hours per week) and full-time (32 + hours per week) shifts.

We are looking for people who enjoy working with people with disabilities, are interested in teaching and encouraging healthy eating and a positive lifestyle. Candidate’s availability and flexibility to work when needed is a plus. We are also looking for someone interested in working with people with challenging maladaptive behaviors.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide community supervision to the ensure health and safety of individual served;
  • Assist individual served with planning meals, purchasing and preparing foods;
  • Assist individual served with personal care including dressing, undressing, hygiene, toilet actives and other activities of daily living (ADL’s)
  • Assist individual served with housekeeping duties and marinating their homes;
  • Assist individual served in developing adaptive skills and independent living skills;
  • Prepare and maintain records of assistance rendered;
  • Maintain client confidentiality.  Follow reporting procedures regarding denial of rights and special incident reports;
  • Communicate with other team members regarding any changes in regulations, policies and procedures and general information pertaining to the program;
  • Assist individual served with coordination of medical and mental health services;
  • Monitor client progress towards goal outlined in Individual Service Plan (ISP) and submit weekly data on goal tracking;
  • Support community inclusion and choice;
  • Create and use natural supports and support individuals in a person-centered manner;
  • Teach community awareness to individuals served while they access their community via public transportation and travel training;
  • Attend required training and staff meetings;
  • Adhere to and all Omelagah, Inc. policies, procedures and program rules;
  • Other duties as assigned;

Minimum Job Qualification

  • Must pass fingerprint background check (Child Abuse Index, Criminal Record Clearance);
  • High School Diploma (or equivalent) required previous work-related skill, knowledge or experience preferred;
  • Must be 18 years of age;
  • Possess a valid California state driver’s license;
  • Recent, clean TB test and health screening (within one year);
  • First Aid/CPR certification required (within 2 weeks);

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to work independently and display good independent judgment;
  • Strong time management skills, patient and detailed oriented;
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in decision-making situations;
  • Ability to communicate verbally to convey information to consumer, Program Supervisor, community members effectively and other stakeholders;
  • Computer literacy and strong written literacy skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with clients, parents, social workers, fellow workers, and others in a positive and constructive manner;
  • Willingness to work flexible hours including nights and weekends to meet client needs;

Benefits Available to Employees:

  • Paid company holidays
  • Health insurance for medical and vision coverage and dental coverage
  • 401(k)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Recognition and incentive programs

 

About the Company:

Omelagah, Inc. is a family-owned community-based organization that provides support services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to support individuals with developmental disabilities with a history of forensic involvement or individuals who may be at risk of involvement with the criminal justice system, live productive law-abiding lives in the least restrictive community setting. We are passionate in our belief that people with developmental disabilities deserve the right to live and thrive in the least restrictive community setting. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support and the communities they live in, through the implementation of structured community-based programs. We achieve our mission through the following services: Supported Living Services (SLS), Residential Services and Adaptive Skills Training. For more information, please visit us at www.omelagah.com

Apply online: Omelagah Inc. Online Application