Direct Support Professional - CNA

Developing Potential, INC.
251 NW Executive Way Ste 200
Lees Summit, MO 64063
United States

Industry
Healthcare / Health Services
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Part-Time

Job Description
Direct Support Professional – CNA, positions available at central city and Independence day programs working in a positive environment with adults having developmental disabilities.

• DPI has fun and active programming.
• This position does not require a 4 year degree. High School Degree required. It does require a C.N.A. certification
• All staff support program participants with personal care needs such as toileting, assistance with lunch, ROM, sensory needs, using Hoyer lifts, etc.
• Monday through Friday, full- time and part -time positions available
• Paid Training - (On the job training and regular paid in-services)
• $300.00 SIGN-ON Bonus - after 6 months of employment
Job Requirements
• Must have valid driver’s license,
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Requires C.N.A. certification
• The position is working with adult persons having developmental disabilities; must be a positive person willing to be a valued team player
• Must be able to use the computer for documentation/charting, implement training goals for persons served, implement positive gentle/loving care environment for wonderful program participants
• Implement Community volunteer site activities and on site program/school activities

Apply Today by visiting www.developingpotential.net, and clicking on 'Join Our Team' or by emailing your resume to rrozell@developingpotential.org!

DPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Employer Contact Information
Developing Potential, INC.
Rachelle Rozell
251 NW Executive Way Ste 200
Lees Summit MO 64063
United States
Developing Potential is a nationally accredited CARF Day Habilitation program that began providing support services to adults with developmental disabilities in Jackson County in 1993. DPI’s program focuses on building strengths, fostering independence, changing lives, and developing potential. This mission drives DPI’s program services and the commitment DPI has to helping individuals achieve an adult, dignified lifestyle.

Today, DPI continues to grow and the program continues to evolve to meet the needs of families throughout Jackson County. We are interested in employing people who want to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.

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