DEVELOPMENTAL TRAINER/DSP (Full-Time)
The Developmental Trainer I of the Developmental Training Program has the responsibility of providing direct care and training for the individuals served. He/She is directly responsible to the Program Supervisor. This position is located at our Alton facility.
DSP FLOAT SUPERVISOR (Direct Support Professional) (Part-time)
Weekend Relief Supervisor - work PRN, hours will be offered and can be accepted or denied for a flexible work schedule. Hours can include filling in for the full-time staff in group homes during the afternoon, overnight or weekends. Provide quality care to each individual resident in the group home, assure medications are given as prescribed.
Teacher's Aide (Full-time)
Assist children in arrival at school and departure from school, i.e. loading/unloading
buses, checking school bags, removing coats, etc. Participate in rotating of nap duty in classrooms. Participate in supervising large group activities as directed by classroom teacher.
Assist in lifting and carrying of students who weigh up to 150 pounds. Assist in preparing the classroom for any activities scheduled (cook day, decorating bulletin boards, walls, art projects, etc.). Assist in cleaning and disinfecting the room on a daily basis. Assist in preparing charts on a monthly/weekly basis (potty charts, changing diapers, depending on individual needs of the student. Assist children in toileting needs, i.e. placing on potty, changing diapers, depending on
individual needs of the student. Assist children as needed during snacks and lunches. Assist students in all areas of self-help and functioning living skills. Maintain confidentiality at-all-times.
Develop, secure and maintain materials as assigned by classroom teacher. All other duties as assigned.
Teacher - Special Education (Full-Time)
The Classroom Teacher is responsible for the development, implementation and supervision of the broad range of educational/treatment programs that meet the needs of the students served, and their families. He or she is directly responsible to the Principal/Assistant Principal.
Reports, Incident Reports, IEP's, Parent Reports, Home Visit Reports, etc.)
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (Full-Time)
The Occupational Therapist has the responsibility for consultation with staff to prescribe occupational therapy activities such as positioning, feeding, and the use of adaptive equipment. He or she is directly responsible to the Principal/Assistant Principal.
All full-time positions come with the following benefits: