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  • ECEAP COOK
    The cook is responsible for the day to day planning, preparation, and serving of meals, which may include breakfast or lunch, and morning/afternoon snacks.
  • Direct Support Professional II- Orcas Island
    DSP II: • Assist the Home Coordinator by providing oversight of staffing operations and client supports and training at the sites and report to the Home Coordinator frequently. • Report serious problems/concerns regarding the clients, the staff, or issues affecting the program to the Home Coordinator immediately. • Act as a mentor and positive model for staff and assist the Home Coordinator in doing the on site training with new staff. • Have a thorough knowledge of policies and procedures and program philosophy and demonstrates an understanding of how these are to be carried out. • Do frequent quality assurance checks on client records and activities at the sites and report findings to the Home Coordinator. • Serve as relief on-call person for the Home Coordinator as scheduled. Respond to calls and seek supervisory assistance as necessary. • Performs additional responsibilities as assigned by the Home Coordinator such as but not limited to, arranging transportation as needed for client appointments, outings, and shopping, arranges staff cleaning and task schedules for each shift at the home, tracks and schedules monthly safety checks, pulls and turns in monthly paperwork to the Home Coordinator, ensures next month’s paperwork is ready by the first of the month, keeps the site stocked with necessary staffing supplies.
  • Direct Support Professional- Orcas Island
    •Direct Support Professionals (DSP) provide support and training to the DS program clients by assisting them in the core service areas of: health and safety, personal power and choice, positive recognition by self and others, community integration, constructive relationships, and building skill competence. •At some sites a DSP may be required to work alone with clients who may have behavioral or medical problems and who may exhibit challenging or aggressive behavior. With the training provided, DSPs will learn how to respond to such behavior and deescalate situations. DSPs will be required to record the necessary documentation as identified in the clients’ plans, Volunteers of America and Disability Services policies and State regulations using data entry methods. •DSPs perform shift work that is scheduled by the Home Coordinator based on the needs of the clients and the program. Shifts may change as the client/program needs adjustment. Scheduled work hours may include weekends, split shifts, on call, sleepovers, and work on holidays.
  • Direct Support Professional Snohomish County
    Direct Support Professionals (DSP) provides support and training to the DS program clients by assisting them in the core service areas of: health and safety, personal power and choice, positive recognition by self and others, community integration, constructive relationships, and building skill competence. •At some sites a DSP may be required to work alone with clients who may have behavioral or medical problems and who may exhibit challenging or aggressive behavior. With the training provided, DSPs will learn how to respond to such behavior and deescalate situations. DSPs will be required to record the necessary documentation as identified in the clients’ plans, Volunteers of America and Disability Services policies and State regulations using data entry methods. •DSPs perform shift work that is scheduled by the Home Coordinator based on the needs of the clientele and the program. Shifts may change as client/program needs adjustment. Scheduled work hours may include weekends, split shifts, on call, and work on holidays