We are an innovative person-centered organization that has been providing support to individuals and families living in Central Vermont for over 50 years. We support people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to live their best life, to be part of the community, to explore their dreams and achieve their goals. You will be part of a dynamic, caring team that promotes creativity and having fun.
A full-time (32.5 hours) benefited position providing residential and personal care assistance to an individual who lives in a developmental home.
About this position:
- Have related experience providing direct support to an individual with a variety of residential and personal care support needs.
- Possess the ability to work independently as well as with the team that supports the individual.
- Record data and complete other documentation in an accurate, detailed and timely manner.
- Collaborate and build positive relationships with team members, other support staff, and other appropriate individuals both inside and outside the agency as needed.
- Preserve privacy, confidentiality and insure dignity to assigned individual and all others.
- Attend trainings, in-services, and/or conferences to assure professional growth as approved by supervisor.
- Adhere to all of Washington County Mental Health Services policies and procedures.
- Additional duties as required or assigned by your supervisor
What we offer you:
- Competitive salary based on a 32.5-hour work week..
- Generous medical, dental, vision and life insurance.
- Matching 403B.
- Flex Spending Account.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
- Paid Sick & Vacation time: Paid time off is pro-rated according to the employees’ base weekly hours. The amount of time accrued is based on years of service and is earned on a monthly basis.
- 5 paid holidays (does not apply to hourly/per-diem employees)
- Mileage Reimbursement for job/client related travel.
- Fun company events, picnics, BBQs, holiday themed events, annual staff appreciation day, and more.
- A focus on health and wellness, including discounted gym memberships, on-site yoga and cardio classes, regular office massages, volleyball competitions to name a few.
- We ensure you continue learning and growing while working here, by offering a comprehensive orientation, pre-service and in-service trainings, access to, and supervision from experienced and dedicated managers. Opportunities to attend in-state and national conferences on topics related to your professional development. Tuition reimbursement (there is a limit per semester and must be career related).
High school diploma or equivalent. Knowledge of ethical work practices, a sense of humor, and experience with technology such as Microsoft applications. Prior experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities preferred but not necessary.
Valid driver’s license, good driving record and safe, reliable, insured vehicle required.