DE Community Inclusion Specialist, Residential Direct Support

Job Description

St. John's Community Services is seeking responsible, compassionate, and nurturing candidates interested in providing quality care in the home of adults with intellectual disabilities. The position requires direct support to individuals with intellectual disabilities in a group home and supported living setting; providing supervision, training, and guidance with daily activities. Community Integration Specialists will assist with the development and maintenance of social skills, promoting community inclusion, and be responsive to their personal, physical and behavioral needs. Substitute positions are currently available. Hourly rate is $11.50.


Community Integration Specialist position requires a High School diploma or equivalent and one year experience working with individuals with disabilities; experience in community based settings is a plus. Good communication and writing skills are necessary. Applicant must have driver's license and driving record in good standing, clear criminal background, and be able to pass a drug test in order to be considered for this position.


DE Medication Administration Training Certificate (LLAM - Limited Lay Administration of Medication) and Crisis Intervention Training Certificate preferred (MANDT or equivalent); current CPR training a plus.


Company Description
Advancing community support and opportunities for people living with disabilities, St. John's Community Services is a historical, non-sectarian, non-profit human service organization that is diversified, community-based and acts as an agent of change. For 145+ years, SJCS has been providing quality services for people in need. These services are the product of a unique blend of characteristics that have enabled SJCS to meet the diverse and evolving needs of communities and their residents who are living with disabilities. SJCS currently operates in the District of Columbia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia.

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