DSP – Residential – CILA Instructors & Floater Opportunity|
We have several full-time and part-time DSP positions in our group homes. Shifts include: first shift on weekends from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., second shift from 2:30 to 10:30 p.m. or 3 to 9 p.m., and third shift overnights from 10:30 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. Floater position must be able to work any days and shifts
Qualifications for both DT Training Counselors and Residential DSP CILA Instructors include:
Proof of a High School Diploma/GED
Current Driver’s License and Good Driving Record
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
Successful completion of fingerprinting and background checks
Either DSP certified or have the ability to attend classes and complete certification
First Aid/CPR certification is a plus
We welcome you as an applicant for a position with Oak-Leyden Developmental Services, Inc. It is our intent to provide equal opportunity in employment to all persons. If you are hired, you will need to provide documents relating to your identity and employment eligibility, which could include driving record and pass a physical and drug screen. All offers of employment are contingent upon your ability to pass all required checks, including reference checks, background checks, State Police fingerprint check, physical with drug screen, TB test and presentation of all required documentation.
Oak-Leyden was founded in 1956 by concerned families who joined to form the Oak Community School in Oak Park, Illinois. Here, young adults with developmental disabilities learned the skills they would need to live as independently as possible within home and community settings. Over the years, the Oak Community School grew to include a wide range of vocational and residential services for adults; and therapy, educational and family support for infants and young children with developmental disabilities.
Helping people with developmental disabilities meet life’s challenges and reach their highest potential.
To accomplish this mission, we have developed seven core values. Oak-Leyden will consistently:
Recognize the dignity of each individual.
Support personal choices whenever possible and safe.
Promote the inclusion of each individual served within the larger community.
Facilitate and encourage family involvement and participation in support of the individual served.
Strive to discover new and innovative programs to enhance the lives of people with disabilities.
Provide individually-designed programs that empower individuals served.
Use resources in a manner that provides the maximum benefit for individuals served.
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