Trainer Direct Support Professional
school diploma and 1 year experience in related field.
Preferred: Bachelor's degree in a related field or any combination
of disability related experience and college
education of 2 years or more..
The Developmental Trainer is responsible for teaching and modeling
work habits that enable the persons served to acquire the skills
necessary to develop appropriate work habits to obtain community
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Part time available days and hours flexible.
Example of Responsibilities:
Instruct and supervise persons served in the
assigned unit in work habits, social skills, and personal
Maintain neat, accurate and timely
documentation in production and habilitation areas;
Encourage and monitor the persons served in the
completion of all contract work accurately and timely.
Provide persons served counseling and crisis
intervention when necessary.
Perform other persons served supervisory
functions such as: Attendance recording; monitoring breaks, lunches,
arrival and departure activities.
Develop, implement, and monitors objectives for
all designated persons served; Participate in IDT meetings and
others meetings as necessary.
Provide information to parents and other
parties while maintaining AVENUES standards
Insure a safe program environment for all
persons served and team members.
Attend seminars, conventions and other training
sessions for the purpose of career growth and development;
Perform other duties as required or assigned
Desired Leadership Skills: Effective
Communicator (written and verbal)
Exempt Status: No
Reports To: Program
Responsible For: Persons
For information on this position, please
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