The Quest Direct Support Professional aids in the implementation of instructional plans, care and activities for persons served in assigned areas, to meet established goals and objectives, and ensure compliance with state, agency, and CARF standards, policies, and procedures. These activities include but are not limited to: art, exercise, cooking, music and nature. This position is full time, with mostly day hours and picking a residential shift either in the evenings, Saturday or Sunday.
- Assist in the implementation of insutructional and training activities in all relevant service areas (including Behavior Support Plans).
- Assist clients in achieving ISP goals related to curriculum.
- Communicate withy manager and/or curriculum staff regarding suggestions, feedback, issues, or concerns.
- Document the arrival, departure, behavior data and interventions, medical interventions and maintain case management notes.
- Intervene in crisis situations and complete the necessary documentation.
- Follow the daily schedule assigned by the Curriculum Director.
- Demonstrate teamwork with staff and clients served in the agency (including other departments).
- Perform necessary housekeeping duties as assigned including all materials, leaving them available and in good shape for everyone.
- Arrive to work on time each morning and adhere to the lunch/break schedule.
- Ensure compliance with all agency policy and procedures.
- Provide personal care for clients enrolled in services as needed.
- Attend and actively participate in all-inservice, agency meeting and staff meetings as required.
- Must possess a valid Driver's License, with a driving record acceptable to Opportunity Enterprises Inc. insurance carrier.
- Must have a high school diploma/GED.