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YAI empowers people with disabilities to reach their goals every day. The Susan Silfen residence is home to a group of people of varying ages who enjoy taking responsibility in running their house.
The Susan Silfen program is home to a group of people between the ages of 20-81 years old. The people who live here have unique personalities and a wide array of interests. The people enjoy exploring their community and eating at local restaurants.
While the people are home, they enjoy listening to music, watching television and watching movies. The people who live here embrace routine and welcome staff who will assist them in keeping a regular daily schedule. Whether it's navigating their local community, going on recreational outings, or simply washing the dishes in their residence, our employees help over 20,000 people feel successful on their own terms.
Our passionate staff of 4,000 professionals believes that everyone has a fundamental right to live, love, work and learn. If you share our vision and want to help support people to live the fullest lives possible, YAI will be the right place for you.
Schedule: Friday & Saturday 11:00pm-7:00am
The ideal candidate will have enthusiasm for working with people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and a willingness to help with ADLs (assisting with showering, toileting, grooming, etc.) as necessary.
HS/GED required; Bachelors/Associates or some college a plus
Valid Driver's License
Work or life experience supporting people with intellectual/developmental disabilities preferred
Ability to participate in 3-5 weekdays of paid NYS Mandated OPWDD initial trainings during normal business hours upon hire
Tuberculosis test mandatory for most positions (provided FREE of charge by our Premier HealthCare clinic)
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or status as a Vietnam or disabled veteran. YAI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.