Schedule: Full Time Direct Care Position
Shift: 13 hours per week, (Friday 3:30pm
10:00pm, Saturday 4:00pm
10:00pm. and Sunday 3:30pm
Salary: $13.00 per hour
All staff must attend a monthly Staff Meeting date/time to be determined and announced in advance.
Meeting waivers are provided for conflicts due to secondary employment and/or school (appropriate documentation required).
Salary: $13.00 per hour Mon-Fri and $14.00 per hour (shifts beginning 11PM Friday to 11PM on Sunday).
Benefits: For full time positions, (30+ per week) we offer medical/vision, dental, life insurance (agency-paid), supplemental life insurance (employee-paid), flexible spending accounts, Accidental/Critical Illness Insurance, 403B (with company-matching), generous paid time off, employee discount programs (i.e. travel, movies, cellphone), etc. and a collaborative team environment.
Who Are We?: DPD is one of the largest Catholic Charities Agencies providing care for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the United States.
Become a Residential Counselor and join one of the largest Catholic Charities Agencies providing care for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the U.S. DPD is a dynamic organization that directly impacts the lives of hundreds of individuals and their families.
Whats the role of a Residential Counselor?: Residential Counselor is a direct care profession. Their primary responsibility is to manage the personal health, safety and welfare of the people living in the home.
You must also provide training, supervision and structure to individuals as they carry out their daily activities and routines. You would be responsible for administering and supervising medication; supervise and/or assist individuals in personal care areas i.e. bathing/toileting; participate and/or supervise in cleaning, cooking and life skills. You must communicate effectively with supervisors, co-workers and the individuals living in the homes.
Drive residents to/from day programs, outside/within their community using agency vehicles. This profession requires a significant amount of daily written and computerized documentation.
This career requires HS diploma or equivalent, a valid (non-provisional) drivers license; experience with ID/DD population is a plus and the ability to meet the physical requirements of CPR/First Aid and our emergency evacuation procedures.
All offers of employment are contingent on the successful completion/passing of our criminal background/references/DMV check, fingerprinting, pre-employment physical and drug test, etc.
Are you ready to make a difference?
Department For Persons With Disabilities