• Lead and participate in the implementation of daily programming activities to ensure an active quality day for Individuals.
• Write and implement Individual Support Plans.
• Maintain a positive professional attitude in working with DPI staff, Individuals, support agencies and the public.
• Provide communication to support providers or families regarding the needs of Individuals.
• Ensure Individuals have input in their program and plans through daily communication and satisfaction surveys, meeting and
• Attend annual meetings, ensure documentation of minutes of meetings, and the follow up of any needs or issues are completed in a timely
• Ensure completion of daily documentation for each individual as required by state regulations by reviewing/checking documentation for
completion and accuracy.
• Conduct new Individual orientation, tours, meetings with Individuals and families as needed and document minutes from meetings.
• Provide as back up staffing for DSP as needed to teach skills in the areas of daily living, appropriate socialization and goals and objectives.
• Follow all policies and procedures for the organization and sign off on policies annually.
• Bachelor Degree in Psychology, Social Services or related field is recommended
• High School diploma or equivalent required
• Valid driver’s license and current auto insurance – driving is required
• Two years’ experience working with adults having developmental disabilities
• Two to five years previous supervisory experience preferred
• Excellent communication skills, writing skills and time management skills are imperative
• Computer knowledge and proficiency with Microsoft Word, EXCEL, Outlook and typing skills
Have your weekends off & enjoy benefits including:
• Health Insurance - portion of premiums paid by DPI
• Life Insurance - annual salary benefit - 100% of premium paid by DPI
• Simple IRA - DPI matches 100%, up to 3% of salary
• Paid Time Off
• Sick Leave
• Paid Holidays
• Mileage Reimbursement - for use of personal vehicle
• Paid Training - (On the job training and regular paid in-services)
• Flexible Spending Account that allows employees to set aside pretax payroll dollars to pay health and childcare expenses.
• Additional life and dental insurance benefits available
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Employer Contact Information
Developing Potential, INC.
251 NW Executive Way Ste 200
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.