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Residential Habilitation Specialist RHS049 Flex
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  Job posted:   Thu May 17, 2018
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Residential Habilitation Specialist RHS049 Flex
Residential Habilitation Specialist RHS049 Flex

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Position Type

Part Time

Education Level

High School

Salary Range

$14.25 - $14.25 Hourly

Job Shift

Evening & Day

Job Category

Nonprofit - Social Services


Position Summary:The Residential Habilitation Specialist implements in-home training programs for developmentally disabled persons who reside in their own home, or in other individual service environments.

Essential Accountabilities

1. Assist in the planning and developing of goals and service plans. Implementation of teaching strategies designed to maximize each individual's level of independence. Such training includes, but is not limited to:

a) activities of daily living self-care (hygiene, grooming, dressing, eating, toileting, showering, tooth brushing, shaving, etc.)

b) independent living (cooking, housekeeping, clothing care)

c) use of community resources (public transportation, stores, museums, libraries, parks, etc.)

d) language and communication

e) motor development/mobility

f) social and emotional development

g) functional academics (money usage, telling time, measurement, reading, writing, math)

The Residential Habilitation Specialist may be called upon to perform activities of daily living for individuals who require total support.

2. Monitor individuals' progress by documenting performance in progress notes.

3. Provide behavioral interventions when necessary following OMRDD approved techniques.

Duties may require the Residential Habilitation Specialist to physically intervene.

4. Participate in and attend staff meetings and in-service trainings at various sites.

5. Communicate information verbally and in writing to the individuals' service coordinator, supervisor and to other staff as necessary.

6. Case loads and work schedules are subject to change, based on consumer need/choice.

7. Must be able to physically interact with the program individuals, negotiate the environment independently including assisting in all SCIP interventions, emergency CPR and or first aid techniques and fire drills.

8. Maintain confidentially at all times.

9. Other duties as requested.


Qualifications:High School Diploma or GED, experience in working with developmentally disabled persons preferred.

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