To remain alert and awake.
To document overnight coverage through regular use of the punch clock.
To provide supervision, support and overnight coverage to individuals.
To intervene when safety is jeopardized through the use of programmatic structure, such as rules, routines, contracts, reinforcements, and/or crisis intervention.
To understand, embrace and operate within the philosophy of dignity and respect.
To understand and respect individuals human rights and treat them with dignity and respect at all times.
To follow established emergency procedures.
To dispense medication in accordance with program medication procedures.
To submit written documentation on shift, as required.
To participate in the daily living activities of individuals.
To provide transportation to individuals as needed.
To be immediately available to respond to any noise and check on individuals.
To be physically able to readily respond to all floors of the residence.
To follow established program policy regarding the use T.V./radio/computer, not allowing any activity to interfere with the ability to hear individuals at all times.
To be dressed in a manner that is appropriate for immediate response to the program / individual needs.
To read the communication log at the beginning of each shift.
To participate in supervision as scheduled.
To participate in required inservice training, maintaining required hours.
To participate in cleaning and maintenance of the facility and equipment ongoing.
To provide shift coverage at other agency programs as needed.
Experience with client population or disabled individuals required. . To be MAP certified, SOLVE certified or certifiable appropriate to population served. Ability to remain awake and alert during the overnight shift. To read and write basic English.