Community Learning & Retention Specialist Group Leader

Summary: 

The Community Learning & Retention Specialist (CLRS) Group Leader is responsible for implementing the assigned participant’s individual treatment plan, working with the participant and their family to improve socialization, self-help, communication and pre-vocational skills. Will work with assigned participant at The League and in the community. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Communicate with participant, families, professional staff and community members in a person-center manner.

  • Develop a positive working relationship with assigned participant and family/caregiver.

  • Provide community-based developmental vocational habilitation services consistent with Individual Plan.

  • Implement skill acquisition in areas of self-help, daily living skills, socialization, leisure, basic academics, motor skills, communication, and behavior.

  • Participate in the development, implementation, monitoring, and updating of assigned participant's Individual Plan.

  • Assist assigned participant with toileting and personal hygiene as needed.

  • Maintain complete and accurate participant files using ETO database.

  • Provide transportation for assigned participant when needed, which may include personal vehicle or League vehicle.

  • Provide mobility monitoring and/or training, as needed.

  • Foster positive relationships with local businesses to establish volunteer/work sites for participants.

  • Assist in the completion of all quality assurance protocols including service satisfaction surveys, program efficiency, and outcome measurements.

  • Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Manager, Day Habilitation

  • Demonstrate the 5 Core Values of The League (Accountability, Participant Focus, Quality, Independence and Mutual Respect)

  • Operationalize the mission of The League for People with Disabilities.

Qualifications Requirements:

  • • Minimum age of 18.

  • • Access to reliable automobile with valid insurance, with a valid drivers license with no more than 2 points.

  • • Must possess basic computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Outlook.

  • • Able to work a flexible schedule with possible overtime.

  • • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Education and/or Experience:

  • • At least one year of experience working with individuals with disabilities.

  • • High school diploma required, AA in related field preferred.

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A not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, contributions to which are tax-deductible.

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