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Direct Support Professionals (DSP)
provide services to children and adults with developmental disabilities that help them live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives. Depending on the needs of our consumers, Direct Support Professionals provide assistance with living skills development, health maintenance and medication administration, personal care and behavioral development.

Gail B. Hanks Home
Casuals
FT 2nd Shift every Other Weekend
FT 3rd shift weekends
PT 1st 6-9am weekdays

Dalmoor Dr
PT Every Other Weekend 7am - 7pm

Ravendale Dr
FT 3rd Weekends (Fri - Sun)
PT 2nd Shift Every Other weekend (Fri - Sun
PT 2nd shift Every other Weekend (Sat - Sun)

Pinebrook
PT 2nd Shift Every other Weekend

Piney Grove
PT 3rd Shift Every other weekend
PT 2nd Shift Every other Weekend

Taylor Home
PT 3rd shift E/O weekends Fri-Sun 9pm - 9am
PT Every Other weekend Sat - Sun 9am - 9pm

Date Posted 2/26/17

A High School Diploma or GED and a driver license valid for use in NC and with a good driving record are required. Related experience and education are preferred.

Prospective employees are asked to provide information relating to their education, employment history, driving record (including proof of a Driver License valid for use in NC), and a medical statement. Offers of employment are conditional upon the verification of background information and passing a drug screening.

Direct Support Professionals work in a number of settings including Group Homes (small residential homes that serve up to 6 people), Day Programs (living skills and pre-employment training), Home and Community Based Services (in-home care and supports) and Vocational Rehabilitation (job training and job placement).

Apply in person 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
2211 Executive Street,
Charlotte, NC

A printable application can also be downloaded at Autismservices.org
Nevins Program Manager
Nevins Inc is seeking a Program Manager focused on supporting Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

The primary duty of the position is to ensure the integrity and compliance of all documentation needed for Medicaid Innovations Waiver and B-3 services, and other programs as added.
1. Ensures that program documentation is in compliance with funding standards as well as state laws and regulations.
2. Supervises the QPs, APs,(as assigned) and direct care staff.
3. Performs clinical supervision on assigned QPs and APs.
4. Conducts regular audits of all records to ensure completeness and compliance.
5. Ensures that staffing requirements are met at all times.
6. Develop annual person-centered habilitation plan in conjunction with the individual and parent/guardian/care-provider as appropriate. Reviews plan quarterly and amends each time there is an addition /deletion of supports or services or change in goals. Initiates development when NEViNS is lead agency in service provision.
7. Gives QPs and APs direction so notes are following the expectations of the MCO
8. Ensures that program participants are aware of other service providers and other resources available within the community.
9. Provides counseling as appropriate to individuals, constantly mindful of their rights as an individual. Responds as needed to issues concerning individuals when the assigned Supervisor is unavailable.
10. Ensures that assigned QPs and APs maintain quarterly progress notes on each individual that we serve, making additions as needed.
11. Attends and participates in staff meetings, in-service training programs as well as professional conferences and seminars.
12. Fosters a safe and healthy work environment, maintaining vigilance over the health, safety, and welfare of all people that we serve, staff, and visitors. Monitors and records incidents and accidents.
13. Provides first aid and emergency care as needed.
14. Fosters regular attendance conducting follow up as needed.
15. Demonstrates appropriate work behavior and attitudes at all times. Fosters appropriate ongoing interaction between staff and individuals.
16. Accepts and responds positively to program changes. Provides training to individuals and staff as necessary


Date Posted 2/25/17

Education/Experience/Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and 2 year experience working with people with developmental and/or similar disabilities if degree is in related field or BS/BA. Must qualify as a Qualified Professional (formerly QDDP). Knowledge of Mental Health Standards and policies as they apply to Medicaid Innovations Waiver and B-3 Services. Knowledge of function and operation of facility and/or community based programs/supports preferred. To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of and skill to utilize word processing software, and Cardinal Innovations Provider Direct Systems. Interested applicants can send resume and cover letter to: Adam Lawlor alawlor@nevinsinc.org
Easter Supervisor, QDDP
• 2 Positions :
Piedmont Area Posting Dates: 01/03/2017 – 02/02/2017
Charlotte, NC Posting Dates: 01/30/2017 – 02/10/2017

Easterseals UCP is seeking a strong leader with well-developed interpersonal and social skills to work as a part of our IDD Program focused on supporting individuals with Developmental Disabilities by maximizing their potential for living, learning and working in their communities.
• Responsibilities:
• Provides service recipient with a comprehensive continuum of care by planning, coordinating, integrating and monitoring services. Ensures initial and ongoing coordination and oversight of assessment activities.
• Coordinates initial and ongoing development and implementation of the person centered plan.
• Continuously assists in the assessment of functioning, as well as the appropriateness of resources being utilized.
• Provides service recipient with support and advocacy on behalf of individual preferences and goals.
• Serves as a liaison between the service recipient and their family and various community and private agencies involved in the care and education of the person served.
• Coordinates regular service planning meetings with the service recipient to facilitate service delivery and evaluate the effectiveness of the service plan toward meeting goals.
• Maintains continuity of service delivery by completing/submitting necessary documentation, linking, and coordinating utilization management between providers, MCO’s, and other community stakeholders, etc. as appropriate.
• Assists service recipient to develop critical daily living and coping skills.
• Provides clinical supervision, interventions, and oversight to the direct care- paraprofessional/associate professional staff according to Easter Seals UCP NC & VA, state and federal guidelines.
• Documents clinical supervision and service provision according to Easter Seals UCP NC & VA, state and federal guidelines.
• Reviews and signs off on all required documentation to ensure local, state, federal and Agency requirements are met.
• Promotes team and employee interaction and communication.
• Supports ICS Program Director with management of program budgets by ensuring necessary authorizations are in place before supports begin or continue, ensuring that direct care paraprofessionals/associate professionals are working appropriately scheduled hours.
• Coordinates the scheduling of Direct Care paraprofessionals/associate professionals providing supports.
• Works with individuals and family to develop schedule for appropriate services.
• Anticipates needs and responds to schedule changes, taking the appropriate action to avoid problems with staff.
• When on call, Coordinators will be available for emergencies related to individuals we support.


Date Posted 1/27/17

Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
A degree from a four year college or university, accredited by an entity approved by USDOE or CHEA, in human service field.
• A minimum of two years of documented experience working with individuals with the population served after completion of four year degree; must meet standards to be certified as a Qualified Developmental Disability Professional.
• A valid, unrestricted North Carolina/equivalent driver’s license, good driving record and possess current, unrestricted auto insurance.
• MUST HAVE AT LEAST ONE YEAR EXPERIENCE WRITING PLANS.
To apply:
Name: Elizabeth Hill
Title: Program Director
Email: Elizabeth.hill@eastersealsucp.com
ARC Administrative Assistant- Based in Charlotte
The Arc of NC seeks a candidate who is a motivated team player, flexible, creative, hardworking, and organized. Must have excellent problem solving and communication skills. Candidate should also be able to multi-task, prioritize their work, track details/data and execute all tasks with high level of professionalism.
The Arc of NC is seeking an Administrative Assistant to support the work of the Director of Program Operations and other program staff in multiple locations. The Administrative Assistant will perform a wide range of duties including: assistance with administration of electronic health record system, maintaining on-line training program for all employees, preparing reports and other documents, and other general office administrative tasks.


Date Posted 12/6/16

Experience Requirements: Candidate must have professional administrative experience, preferably in the human service field. Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook), as well as the use of general office equipment. Experience with database entry or Electronic Health Record required. Deadline: December 14, 2016 and send resume to Liz Boltz at lboltz@arcnc.org
Easter Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Identifies and builds relationships with necessary constituents to market program and identify opportunities.
Becomes familiar with state regulatory bodies and requirements to establish program.
Provides behavioral support services for children and families to ensure the behavioral needs of all children are being addressed properly.
Conducts assessments and provides therapeutic services.
Performs functional assessments of behavior and develops behavior intervention plans for children.
Completes clinical reports, progress notes, and data summaries in a timely and compliant manner.
Conducts professional development activities and in-service training for staff and families on applied behavior analysis.
Monitors, consults and coaches parents and staff in assessment and implementation of behavioral goals. Encourages family involvement and supports the child-family relationship.
Keeps up-to-date with trends, locally and nationally; as it relates to early childhood education, autism, evidenced based intervention modalities and behavioral services.
Follows established child abuse reporting requirements.
Compiles and maintains observations, documentation and evaluation of each child’s growth and development for the purpose of planning activities to suit individual needs.
Assures confidentiality of records.
Provides direct supervision, training and professional support to Board Certified Assistant, Behavior Analyst(s) and Behavior Interns to ensure quality service and a safe environment.
Evaluates staff in accordance with established procedures.
Ensures staff maintains required certification and documentation to meet state and local licensing requirements for employment.


Date Posted 11/9/16

Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Licensed Psychological Associate (LPA).
Master’s Degree required.
Minimum three years of work experience working with children with developmental disabilities and/or autism, preferred.
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
Strong organization, time management, and follow up skills.
Meets qualifications as established by specific funding sources.
Ability to work under pressure, maintain accuracy and meet deadlines.
Ability to work with staff, participants and the public in a professional and concerned manner.
Must have unrestricted, state-appropriate driver’s license and current personal vehicle insurance.
To apply:
Send resume to sharese.handy@eastersealsucp.org
a Weekend Relief Manager
Part-time position providing the Group Home Manager with time off every other weekend. The Weekend Relief Manager is responsible for providing support to individuals with developmental disabilities in a group home setting. Duties include supporting 5-6 customers with daily living skills training such as cooking, cleaning, and community outings; administering medication and documentation of weekend activities.


Date Posted 11/4/16

Qualifications: Applicant must have high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license and a clear criminal background. Experience in Human Services preferred. Schedule: Friday 6pm- Sunday 6:30pm, every other weekend, Friday and Saturday overnights required. Apply in person 8:30am-4:30pm or Mail to:
4530 Park Rd., Suite 300, Charlotte, NC 28209.
A printable application can also be downloaded at inreachnc.org.
MHA Compeer Program Coordinator
MHA’s evidence-based Compeer program matches community volunteers with adults in mental health recovery programs. The volunteers provide one-to-one supportive friendship and mentoring relationships to offset the loneliness and social isolation that can accompany mental illness and hinder recovery.
The Compeer Program Coordinator will serve as the primary point of contact for potential/current program referrals and program volunteers. This position will support the Compeer and Education Director in planning, executing, and implementing the Compeer program and its related activities. This will include but will not be limited to:
o Recruitment and training of volunteers,
o Processing program referrals,
o Coordinating and overseeing match meetings,
o Organizing monthly group socials/activities,
o Collecting monthly volunteer reports


Date Posted 10/19/16

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service field preferred; Experience equivalent to working with Individuals in Recovery (Peer Services.)
Experience: At least 3-5 years in the field of health and human services, with progressive responsibilities in program planning, training, and evaluation. Experience in navigating the mental health system. Previous experience as a volunteer coordinator and/or community support staff preferred.

Other: Must maintain a valid NC driver’s license and have reliable transportation. Night and weekend work may apply.
Interested applicants may send a resume and cover letter to hr@mhacentralcarolinas.org by October 28, 2016.
a Direct Support Professional
Part-time employee and contractor positions providing services for individuals with developmental disabilities in Mecklenburg, Cabarrus & Union County.

Schedule: Please visit the InReach website www.inreachnc.org for specific details on each position.


Date Posted 2/25/17

18 years of age or older, High School diploma or GED, valid driver’s license, and acceptable driving and criminal record Apply in person 8:30am-4:30pm or Mail to:
4530 Park Rd., Suite 300, Charlotte, NC 28209.
A printable application can also be downloaded at inreachnc.org.
UMAR Employment Support Professional
The Employment Support Professional is primarily responsible in supporting people to achieve their personal goals through obtaining and maintaining competitive employment within their community.
Provides assessment, training and support services for participants served, develops employee/employer relationships and coordinates additional services.
Negotiable dependent upon credentials and experience. Full benefits package (Health Insurance – Full time staff; UMAR pays 95% for employee only, Dental & Vision, Section 125 pretax health savings account offered to all employees. 403(b) retirement, PTO, Short term disability, Long Term Disability Merit-based bonuses, mileage reimbursement, life insurance, tuition reimbursement program.


Date Posted 2/25/17

High School diploma or equivalent. Graduation from a two-year associate program designed to prepare support personnel for work in human services agencies and experience with individuals with Mental Illness or Substance Abuse. Preferred graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in a human service field; or a four-year degree and experience with individuals with Mental Illness or Substance abuse. APPLICANTS MAY EMAIL, FAX, OR MAIL IN THEIR RESUMES TO UMAR ATTN: HR. PLEASE VISIT ARE WEBSITE http://www.umarinfo.com TO VIEW ALL OF UMAR’S CAREERS. APPLICANTS CAN ALSO FILL OUT THEIR APPLICATONS ONLINE ON THE CAREER TAB ON THE WEB SITE.

ATTN : HR -Margaret Schnatter
9800 Kincey Ave., Suite 190
HUNTERSVILLE, NC 28070
704-274-2835 FAX
recruiting@umarinfo.com or
margarets@umarinfo.com



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