Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have experience in working with persons with developmental disabilities. Must have proven math skills. Must be able to use Microsoft Word, email, and the internet.
Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license and an insured personal vehicle for agency use. Must have and maintain a good driving record. Must demonstrate continuous satisfactory job performance. Must have a record of reliable work attendance.
Must be able to meet all requirements and obtain all certifications required to perform the job or any aspect of the job, and to access funding for performance of any aspect of that job. Must possess and maintain current First Aid and CPR certification.
Associates or Bachelors degree in Recreation or Physical Education.
Experience in conducting recreational program in Medicaid-certified residential facility.
Ability to use Skype and FaceTime.
Plan, conduct and/or supervise leisure time activities for residents. Document participation and interest to meet Medicaid standards.
Direct care and supervision of clients: feeding, bathing, clothing maintenance, personal inventory (update and purchase items as needed), client banking and finances, and scanning of financial files.
Transport to medical appointments as scheduled by nursing staff.
Maintain resident funds and records.
Under supervisory direction, implement the Ohio Individual Service Plans.
Complete social summaries, recreation assessments, inventory, and recreation reports for quarterly and annual meetings.
40 hours per week; shifts and times subject to change. Flexible as needed.
280 calendar days (initial); 90 calendar days (non-initial)
This agency supports the full intent and goals of Equal Employment Opportunities and insures that all employees and applicants will be afforded equal opportunities for appointment, promotion, training, career advancement and recognition without regard to mental handicap, physical handicap, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age or political affiliation.
R. December 2021