WorkSource Oregon Transition & Children's Direct Support Professional in Medford, Oregon
Providing supports in Medford, T& C DSP's in Jackson County mostly work in 24-hour residential settings. T& C DSP's are instrumental in supporting individuals in their pursuit of community connectedness, employment and lifestyle dreams. They understand that they have a unique role in the lives of the people PCL supports and while this includes assisting with essential health, safety and basic care needs, it is MUCH MORE. This position will require advanced knowledge of mental health and positive behavioral support, advanced training expectations and when appropriate and necessary, sharing of overall department/team goals. This position must encourage the best practice of supporting people using evidence based therapeutic models and environmental change to achieve consistent, stable and productive lives. Successful candidates will be ethical, patient, reliable, communicative, compassionate, able to work independently, and adaptable. Compensation: All employees are paid on a monthly basis. Wages are $13.50/hour-$15.00/hour (differential of $1.00/hr after successful completion of new hire training for some locations). If you leave this department, your base wage will be $13.00/hr. (Minimum Wage until new hire training is successfully completed) Full time employees (30 or more hours a week) are eligible for 401(K), Paid Time Off, Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance and Life Insurance coverage. To be able to do this job, you must: Be able to regularly attend all training, team meetings, and scheduled shifts as outlined in the position acceptance. Be able to regularly lift a minimum of 25lbs. Depending on work location, some positions may require a higher lifting requirement. Have basic computer skills and be able to complete all required documentation via computer. Must be able prepare written reports using proper punctuation, spelling and grammar. Receive and maintain CPR, Oregon Intervention System (OIS), Bloodborne Pathogens, Mandatory Abuse Reporting certification, and other certifications required by the position, PCL, and other governing agencies. Complete all duties related to being a Mandatory Abuse Reporter. Be able to respond to emergency and/or crisis situations while on shift(may require physical intervention). Requirements: Be 18 years of age or older. Possess a valid government issued photo ID, driver's license preferred. Some positions require that you be able to meet agency insurance requirements to be able to drive. Be able to pass a State/Federal background check. Fingerprints may be required. Pass a pre-employment drug screening for illegal substances. Pass a pre-employment computer skills assessment. Be able to regularly lift a minimum of 25 lbs. Depending on work location, some positions may require a higher lifting requirement.