Direct Support Professional- Residential

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Residential Program

Type of Job

Full Time
Part-time

First Shift
Second Shift
Third Shift

Published Date

About the job

As a Direct Support Professional (DSP) in our Residential Program, you will support residents in their home with daily living activities to maximize their ability to be as independent as possible. In this role, you will work to implement individualized support plans, provide training, coaching and assistance to residents in all areas of their life. Types of support include (but are not limited to):

- Household Management: shopping, meal preparation, laundry, cleaning, budgeting, transportation to access community.

- Facilitation of Services: assist with plan development, implementation and review.

- Health and Wellness: health maintenance, prevention strategies, medication administration, conducting emergency drills.

- Documentation: accurate and timely daily notes.

- Organizational Participation: participate in all required agency meetings and trainings.

- Advocacy- assist individuals in program with awareness of community activities and resources.

- Communication: maintain open and honest communication with immediate supervisor.

- Professionalism: provide and promote a positive and friendly environment and refrain from negative behaviors and interactions; presenting self as a positive role model for those you support, as well as, those in the community.

Requirements

  • At least 18 years of age

  • Current and valid driver’s license

  • Class E Driver's License Preferred/ or willingness to obtain (WCHS will provide)

  • Minimum of high school diploma or GED  

  • Available to work every other weekend

  • Previous experience working with developmental disabilities preferred

  • Must meet pre-employment prerequisites, including:

  • Pre-employment drug screening

  • Criminal background check

COVID-19 Considerations:
To keep our staff and residents safe we are requiring all staff to wear PPE, Social Distance and wash their hands frequently. We are also taking temps and filling out Covid Questioners when starting a shift.

Benefits

Benefits and wage will be discussed during interview.

About us

The primary mission of Warren County Handicapped Services, Inc. is to develop an array of community-based services for Warren County citizens who are developmentally disabled and their families and to ensure these services are provided in an effective, efficient and accountable manner.

Address

703 1st St, Warrenton, MO 63383, USA

703 1st St

Warrenton, MO 63383

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