Careers at Chapel Haven

Careers at Chapel Haven

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Explore career opportunities at Chapel Haven Schleifer Center and Chapel Haven West!

Chapel Haven Schleifer Center is an award-winning non profit and transition program committed to empowering adults of varying abilities to live independent and self-determined lives. We are located in the Westville area of New Haven, CT and employ approximately 150 employees who work diligently to fulfill our mission. Chapel Haven Schleifer Center is nationally accredited by CARF, state-approved by the Connecticut State Department of Education, and licensed by the CT Department of Developmental Services. Along with our founding campus in New Haven, Chapel Haven has a satellite campus called Chapel Haven West, located in Tucson, AZ, and also dedicated to serving adults with excellence.

 

The following positions are available.


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Program & Administrative Assistant (CareerAbility)

Position: Program & Administrative Assistant

Supervisor: Executive Director CareerAbility

Days/Hours: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm or 8am – 4pm, Monday – Friday

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION
CareerAbility’s Program and Administrative Assistant is highly organized and understands the processes of an employment services and vocational opportunities program. As a Program & Administrative Assistant, he/she will be a master scheduler with the responsibility of ensuring that various processes and timelines for the entire CareerAbility’s department is followed closely to ensure the most efficient client services as possible. This role works alone and as a key member of a team, communicating professionally with team members across the company and to external stakeholders. Primary responsibilities are to support the Executive Director and Vocational Services Director with operational day-to-day duties, as well as to provide support in client scheduling, programs, operations, and administrative tasks. May perform Ad-hoc projects for and support organization initiatives.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION

  • Program Support: Assists Executive Director with varied tasks related to CareerAbility department and its programs, meetings, and projects. Provides coverage as needed. Responds to internal and external inquiries regarding services. Assists Vocational Services Director with program and operational tasks, as assigned by supervisor.
  • Scheduling: Maintains various CareerAbility staff & client schedules and report calendars to ensure that sites are full staffed and that reports and related documentation are accurate and timely. Acts as point of contact for department staff call outs and works to resolve scheduling issues, including offering coverage as needed. Ensures that employees receive schedules in a timely manner and that hours for clients/students and staff is properly recorded. Manages department’s transportation schedule.
  • Administrative Support: Provides assistance to supervisor, preserving the confidential nature of items of which they have knowledge. Must maintain the department’s client/student files and supply inventory. Routinely performs filing, scanning, data entry, answers phones, copying, faxing, mail, and other general office duties as assigned. Demonstrates superior customer service skills when answering phones and greeting visitors/staff. Reconciles billing/receipts, inventory, and prepares purchase order requests. Creates internal/external correspondence and documents using Microsoft Office.
  • Coordinates and communicates meetings, minutes, and assists in preparation of weekly, monthly or quarterly reports.
  • Documents key information into database and spreadsheets. Compiles client data, tracks and monitors data using Excel and database – must have familiarity with Excel functions, formulas, and charts.
  • Performs short and long term follow up calls for placed clients.
  • Provides general information and documents to employers, clients, and prospects; refers questions and applications to appropriate staff for further information and problem resolution.
  • Communicates with directors when there are significant concerns.
  • Provides staff coverage for student/client support as needed (job coaching, instruction, transportation, document assistance, etc.).

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ideal candidates have knowledge and understanding of adults with developmental and social disabilities.
  • Must have excellent proficiency in Powerpoint, Google Docs/Drive, Outlook, Word, and Excel. Familiarity with case management software such as SetWorks is helpful.
  • Associate’s degree in a business or related field required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Organized, detail oriented and follows-through. Able to multi-task and produce in a fast paced, team oriented environment.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Administrative Assistant: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Daily access to personal vehicle with valid motor vehicle insurance. Willingness to transport clients/students in personal and/or company vehicle required.
  • Valid Connecticut driver’s license; ability to obtain Public Service License.

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Life Skills Instructor

DEPARTMENT: Residential Life Skills

SUPERVISION BY: Supervisor of Residential and Education Programs

DAYS/HOURS OF JOB: Sunday 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Monday – Thursday 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Life Skills Instructors are responsible for teaching basic daily living and social skills to clients living in Chapel Haven’s residential facility.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION

  • Teach clients good nutritional habits and related skills; meal and menu planning, sanitary and safe food storage practices, preparing meals (including following multiple-step recipes and cooking), and safety in the kitchen while learning to utilize kitchen equipment; e.g. stove, broiler and George Foreman Grill.
  • Teach apartment maintenance skills, maintaining a clean, neat living environment (use of cleaning products and equipment).
  • Teach personal hygiene and grooming skills, personal functions such as showering, shaving, combing hair, brushing teeth, making appointments for haircuts, manicures, etc.
  • Teach Laundry skills as outlined in laundry task analysis and laundry checklist.
  • Teach problem solving and relationship building skills, instruct residents regarding appropriate social behaviors.
  • Attend small group meetings, meetings with other agency personnel, bi-monthly staff meetings, academic and staff meetings.
  • Complete Case Notes and checklists daily as directed by Supervisor.
  • Participate in staff development activities, including in servicing, inside and out side of Chapel Haven.
  • Maintain medical files as determined by agency nurse.
  • Provide crisis counseling as needed.
  • Administer medication as needed.
  • Provide transportation of residents as needed, use of own vehicle required.
  • Maintain good/effective communication with parents as directed by Supervisor, other professionals (inside and outside of Chapel Haven), community personnel, etc.
  • Other duties as required.

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelors Degree in Human Services or related field or 4 more years experience working with individuals who are learning disabled.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • Experience working with individuals with learning disabilities or developmental disabilities and some knowledge working with DMR and/or CARF.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Effective judgment, decision-making and communication skills.
  • Ability to follow a schedule.
  • Able to obtain State of Connecticut Medication Administration Certification.
  • Valid CT driver’s license.
  • Able to obtain Public Service License.
  • Work independently and as a member of a team.
  • Able to adapt to flexible nature of the position.
  • Maintain positive work attitude.
  • Excellent communication and observation skills.
  • Obtain/maintain in-service requirements as mandated by DMR and Chapel Haven.
  • Ability to sit, stand and walk for periods of time.

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Job Coach

Supervisor: Program Supervisor, CareerAbility (Interim: Executive Director, CareerAbility)

Days/Hours: Full Time, M- F, 12 pm  – 8 pm or 1 pm – 9 pm (40 hours per week) or as assigned by supervisor

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION
The Job Coach is responsible for providing direct supportive service to clients in competitive and supported employment, volunteer sites and vocational training programs as needed, assisting them in learning specific job tasks, job related attitudes and worksite culture. Provides transportation and/or travel training as needed. Identifies and recommends job accommodations. Establishes rapport and relationships with employers to ensure successful job retention and builds a positive rapport with clients. Implements job coaching strategies with clients to support success on worksite. Completes reports and task analysis, vocational progress notes, and required documentation.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION

  • Teaches and models skills necessary to perform job duties.
  • Coach clients on expected work attire and grooming.
  • Advocates for client to employers or client coworkers, identifying the client’s strengths, accommodations, and needs, when/if needed.
  • Help clients establish appropriate relationships with coworkers and employer.
  • Act as liaison with the employer and coworkers to establish ongoing worksite supports.
  • With client input, develop goals and objectives for ongoing placement success and retention.
  • Regularly meet with employer and update client’s employment information such as job description, job tasks, salary, benefits, Union information (if applicable), and performance reviews.
  • Consistent communication with employer(s) to assure client is performing the job to employer specifications.
  • Regularly communicate progress and employment issues to client’s support team enlisting support from interdisciplinary team members for support.
  • Completes progress notes and reports and other documentation as required. Documents consistently and accurately all client activities and outcomes.
  • Adhere to agency policies and procedures.
  • Attend required trainings, department, agency and general staff meetings.
  • Provide transportation and/or travel training as needed, use of own vehicle required.
  • Performs other job-related duties and responsibilities assigned by supervisor.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field and/or two years’ experience working with adults with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders with knowledge and understanding of the employment challenges and opportunities for this population.
  • Ideal candidates have excellent communication and writing skills, teaching ability, display empathy toward client needs, and balance numerous account relationships.
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize and work independently.
  • Well-organized, detail-oriented and able to multi-task with effective problem solving/decision making abilities.
  • Valid CT driver’s license and use of reliable persona vehicle and proof of insurance required.  Use of own vehicle is required.
  • In possession of or able to obtain a Public Service License.
  • Ability to stand, lift, sit and walk during the work shift as needed.
  • Computer skills – word, excel, web-based, and database experience preferred.

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Support Coordinator

DEPARTMENT: SUPPORTED LIVING

SUPERVISION BY: Director of Community Programs

DAYS/HOURS OF JOB: 40 Hours Flexible (may include Saturday or Sunday hours)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

The Support Coordinator is responsible for assisting clients (Community Members) as they implement their yearly goals and objectives. S/he provides advocacy, case management, and life skills instruction.  Support Coordinators enable Community Members to achieve and maintain an independent life style in accordance with their capabilities.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION

Direct Care of Community Members

  • Plan, prepare for and schedule annual reviews.  Assist community member in drafting annual individualized care and goals plan based on SC’s annual assessment, reports from other providers, and the community member’s personal goals. Assist client with any changes determined in the annual meeting.
  • Meet with Community Member for the number of hours per week/months as agreed upon with family.  Maintain communication with family, other professionals as determined by annual meeting.
  • Teach nutrition through menu planning, shopping list-making, shopping, proper storage,
  • meal preparation and kitchen safety.  Monitor maintenance of safety and nutrition behaviors.
  • Teach money management: budgeting, banking (on-line incl.), bill payment, receipt filing. Provide guidance on responsible use of money; assist in prioritizing use of personal funds.
  • Teach home/apartment maintenance skills, home safety.  Monitor maintenance and
  • Develop compensatory strategies when warranted.
  • Teach and monitor hygiene of body (and dental) and selection, care, repair of attire.Supervise/coordinate health maintenance and care with physicians, dentists, therapists and educational programs. Assist clients in maintaining health records to ensure timely check-ups, medication use, immunization updates and routine tests.
  • Provide transportation of clients as needed, use of own vehicle required.
  • Teach interpersonal communication, social and care skills to develop or maintain healthy relationships with family, roommates, friends and colleagues. Assist and/or provide guidance in negotiation skills, settling of disputes.
  • Provide advocacy on community members’ behalf to ensure timely, quality service.
  • Coordinate services from local, state and federal and private agencies, programs and services ensuring that community member receives appropriate services in a timely and respectful manner.
  • Ensure community member understands her/his rights.
  • Co-facilitate and/or participate in meetings with/for Community Members via Zoom.

Administration

  • Collect and maintain accurate and timely case records, relief notes and other data as required:  Maintain shared schedule with supervisor in Outlook Calendar; current relief notes, case notes, reports due to DDS, DORS and other agencies.
  • Attend agency, program and staff development meetings as required.
  • Represent Chapel Haven at community meetings and case review meetings.
  • Other duties as required.

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Bachelors Degree in relevant field preferred, and two years experience working with adults with cognitive disabilities.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Cultural sensitivity and proven ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Excellent oral and written communication. Computer literacy.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Valid CT driver’s license
  • Knowledge of the greater New Haven area.
  • Ability to stand, sit and walk for periods of time.

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Community Advisor

DEPARTMENT: ASAT COMMUNITY OUTREACH SERVICES

SUPERVISION BY: Vice President of Autism Services

DAYS/HOURS OF JOB: As assigned by director;
Includes evenings and weekends;
Staff meetings and trainings as assigned

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
The Community Advisor is responsible for assisting clients (Community Members and DSS Clients) as they implement their yearly goals and objectives. S/he provides advocacy, case management, and life skills instruction.  Community Advisors enable clients to achieve and maintain an independent life style in accordance with their capabilities.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION

Direct Support of Community Members

  • Plan, prepare for and schedule annual reviews.  Assist community member in drafting annual individualized care and goals plan based on annual assessment, reports from other providers, and the community member’s personal goals. Assist client with any changes determined in the annual meeting.
  • Meet with Community Member for the number of hours per week/month as agreed upon with family.  Maintain communication with family, other professionals as determined by annual meeting.
  • Work with Community member to establish and maintain weekly schedule to assure structure in daily living.  Assure that all appointments with Support Coordinator, Physicians, Employers, and Therapists etc. are on schedule.
  • Provide transportation of clients as needed, use of own vehicle required.
  • Work with Community Member to ensure the carry over and expansion of independent living skills including, but not limited to the following:
    1.  Menu planning, shopping list-making, shopping, proper storage, meal preparation and kitchen safety.
    2.  Financial Management: budgeting, banking (on-line incl.), bill payment, receipt filing. Provide guidance on responsible use of money; assist in prioritizing use of personal funds.
    3. Home/apartment maintenance skills, home safety.
    4. Hygiene of body (and dental) and selection, care, repair of attire.
    5. Supervise/coordinate health maintenance and care with physicians, dentists, therapists and educational programs. Assist clients in maintaining health records to ensure timely check-ups, medication use, immunization updates, routine tests.
    6. Self determination skills – problem solving, goal setting, decision making, etc.
  • Teach interpersonal communication, social and care skills to develop or maintain healthy relationships with family, roommates, friends and colleagues. Assist and/or provide guidance in negotiation skills, settling of disputes.
  • Provide support in all aspects of seeking, securing and maintaining employment.  This may include on site job coaching, communication with employers as needed and other duties as assigned by supervisor.
  • Provide advocacy on community members’ behalf to ensure timely, quality service.
  • Coordinate services from local, state and federal and private agencies, programs and services ensuring that community member receives appropriate services in a timely and respectful manner.
  • Ensure community member understands her/his rights.
  • Co-facilitate educational/support groups.

Administration

  • Collect and maintain accurate and timely case records, relief notes and other data as required:  Schedule in Outlook Calendar; current relief notes, case notes, reports due to DSS, DORS, SSA and other agencies.
  • Attend agency, program and staff development meetings as required.
  • Represent Chapel Haven at community meetings and case review meetings.
  • Other duties as required.

DSS Autism Program Clients

  • Meet with DSS client for the number of hours per week/month as agreed upon and as reflected in the DSS contract.
  • Maintain communication with family, Director of ASAT Program, and other professionals as determined by DSS contract.
  • Complete all paperwork as required by DSS and submit to Director of ASAT Program on a monthly basis.
  • Track and submit all billable hours to Chapel Haven Accounting Department at the end of every month.
  • When working on job development skills, act as liaison between Chapel Haven, DSS, and the business communities as required by DSS contract.
  • Provide assistance with community awareness/access, such as assisting with utilizing public transportation, planning community leisure activities, utilizing local vendors/business, etc.
  • Provide clients assistance with social relationships, such as problem solving, peer counseling, appropriate social skills, etc.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date client file(s).
  • Participate in staff development activities such as in-service trainings ad workshops.
  • Assist and/or provide guidance/training in negotiation skills, problem solving skills, self- determination skills and job development skills.
  • Represent Chapel Haven at community meetings and DSS meetings.
  • Provide substitute coverage for DSS clients as needed.

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Bachelors Degree in relevant field preferred, and two years experience working with adults with autism spectrum disorders.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Cultural sensitivity and proven ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Excellent oral and written skill. Computer literacy.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Valid CT driver’s license
  • Knowledge of the greater New Haven area.
  • Ability to stand, sit and walk for periods of time.
  • Must have own vehicle.

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Program Instructor

DEPARTMENT: Community Programs – Supported Living (SAIL)

SUPERVISION BY: SAIL Program Manager

DAYS/HOURS OF JOB: As assigned / Flexible to accommodate the needs of the program

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
Support individuals with developmental disabilities to reach their full potential by serving as an advocate, guide and teacher. Assist each participant with his/her daily needs, as specified in the individual’s care plan. Provide support in the areas of daily living and social skills. Assist with program development for participants. Conduct oneself in a professional manner, and abide by agency and state policies and procedures at all times.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION

  • Teach, model and support community members to complete daily living and social skills as independently possible as specified in the community members individual care plan. This may include, but is not limited to the following:
  • Meal planning, preparing shopping lists, grocery shopping and meal preparation which includes; good nutritional habits and related skills; meal and menu planning, sanitary and safe food storage practices, preparing meals (including following multiple-step recipes and cooking), and safety in the kitchen while learning to utilize kitchen equipment; e.g. stove, broiler, microwave and George Foreman Grill.
  • Personal hygiene and grooming, including showering, shaving, teeth brushing, organizing dressers, selecting an appropriate outfit, etc.
  • Laundry skills, such as, laundry preparation, detergent use, washer/dryer operation, including: drying, folding, putting away laundry.
  • Apartment maintenance, such as proper cleaning skills, identifying and using cleaning tools and products, etc.
  • Teach interpersonal communication, social and care skills to develop and/or maintain healthy relationships with family, roommates, friends and colleagues.
  • Community awareness/access, such as assisting with utilizing public transportation, planning community leisure activities, utilizing local business/vendors, etc
  • Understand and regularly review Individual Support Plans (ISPs)/DDS Individual Plans (IPs). Carry out goals and training programs as specified in the ISP/IP, and provide care that is consistent with the ISP/IP. Document all goals worked on appropriately
  • Establish and maintain positive communication, working relationships and professional boundaries with individuals served, guardians/family members, healthcare practitioners, community members and co-workers. Keep the Program Director apprised as issues arise.
  • Utilize SETWorks daily to access community member information. Daily progress notes are required to be completed/entered into SETWorks at the time of service (no later than 3 days following client interaction).
  • Work with community members and Case Manager to establish and maintain weekly schedule to assure structure in daily living.
  • Attend medical appointments as needed and directed by the Case Manager and/or the SAIL Program Manager.
  • Provide crisis counseling as needed; teach, support and assist individuals with problem solving.
  • Provide medication oversight and assist individuals with medication administration as applicable.
  • Provide transportation of community members as needed, use of own vehicle required.
  • Advocates for community member’s rights, needs, and access to opportunities.
  • Maintain annual training requirements
  • Attend agency, program and staff development activities/meetings as required.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management.

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s Degree in human service field preferred and experience working with adults with developmental and social disabilities.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Effective judgment, decision-making and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member
  • Ability to follow a schedule, take direction and the initiative to follow through
  • Demonstrate competence with computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Must have current valid CT driver license.
  • Must have reliable transportation.
  • Maintain positive work attitude and relationships
  • Presents a professional appearance and demeanor
  • Demonstrate excellent communication and observation skills

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to participate in physical activity.
  • Ability to stand, sit and walk for extended periods of time.
  • Light to moderate lifting.
  • Ability to do moderate bending, lifting and standing on a regular basis.

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Certified Special Education Teacher

DEPARTMENT: Asperger’s Syndrome Adult Transition Program

SUPERVISION BY: Director of Education

DAYS/HOURS OF JOB: 40 hours/week Monday-Friday 8am-4pm- flexibility required to meet program needs

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
The Certified Special Education teacher is responsible for the overall coordination and teaching of the social communicative competence curriculum for all LEA placements.  He/she will also coordinate and facilitate the general activity schedule for all program participants in the Asperger’s Syndrome Adult Transition Program.  Additional responsibilities include, teaching adaptive life skills and social competence, coordinating medical appointments, medication administration, data collection, report writing and facilitating team meetings. This position will also provide crisis counseling to students when needed.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF POSITION

  • Ensure all individual plans are being implemented as require by the IEP.
  • Complete all required paperwork/reports as indicated by the IEP.
  • Communication with parents and school districts.
  • Direct teaching and modeling all aspects of the curriculum such as cooking, cleaning, grocery shopping, meal planning, laundry, money management, personal hygiene, and grooming following the Social Communicative Competency (SCC) curriculum.
  • In conjunction with Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP), use the Level System Criteria to develop goals and objectives in order to create lessons/classes tying it into the curriculum.
  • Plan and develop IEP Matrix.
  • Coordinate and facilitate appropriate social interactions among students.
  • Participate in social skill groups with students.
  • In conjunction with SLP, oversee the Assessment for Social Competence and Adaptive Life Skills for each student.
  • Manage day-to-day implementation of the SCC with students that includes behavioral and anxiety management strategies.
  • Meet with SLP for a minimum of one time per month to collaborate on generalization of SCC skills and goals and objectives.
  • Provide emergency substitute coverage for staff as needed, including weekdays, weekends and overnights.
  • Adherence to weekly and daily activity schedules to meet the needs of the program.
  • Ability to appropriately model and implement teaching techniques specific to the curriculum.
  • Appropriately implement of all curriculum domains.
  • Responsible to ensure the use of appropriate curriculum materials.
  • Assisting to design and implement student schedules, to include employment opportunities and academic institutions.
  • Responsible for ensuring academic and employment success in the area of social communicative competence.
  • Direct teaching of Job Preparation skills based on job analysis from Job Developer and manage follow-up job generalization based on feedback from Job Developer and employer.
  • Meet with Job Developer for a minimum of one time per month to collaborate on generalization of skills and vocational goals and objectives.
  • Meet with Program Staff as needed for consulting and creating generalization plans/plans of action to address specific goals and objectives.
  • Provide one-on-one and/or small group curriculum based instruction as assigned or as needed.
  • Responsible for the development and implementation of student goals based on assessments.
  • Responsible to ensure accurate data collection relating to each participants performance on individual programs and IEP goals.
  • Responsible for the ongoing assessment of all curriculum domains.
  • Provide students with assistance in social relationships, such as problem solving, peer counseling, appropriate social skills, etc.
  • Provide assistance with community awareness/access, such as assisting with utilizing public transportation, planning community leisure activities, utilizing local business/vendors, etc.
  • Provide crisis counseling as needed.
  • Attend and facilitate student meetings, including 45-day review, annual and semi-annual team, IEP meetings, etc. as required.
  • Attend staff meetings as required.
  • Drive and transport students as needed, use own vehicle as required.
  • Maintain good/effective, consistent communication with parents, other professionals (inside and outside of Chapel Haven), community personnel, etc.
  • Coordinate with program staff to maintain department coverage at all times.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date student files.
  • Participate in staff development activities such as in-service trainings and workshops.
  • Participate on various committees as assigned by supervisor.
  • Attend agency meetings and functions.

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Certified Special Education Teacher or eligible for DSAP certification.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • Experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders or related developmental disabilities.  Experience implementing applied behavioral analysis techniques.
  • Experience developing and writing individual support plans, individual goals and reports.
  • Experience in handling crisis situations.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Effective judgment and decision-making skills
  • Effective in written and oral communication
  • Able to obtain State of Connecticut Medication Administration certification
  • Valid Connecticut driver’s license.
  • Able to obtain and maintain Public Service License.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND REQUIREMENTS

  • Work independently and as a member of a team.
  • Able to adapt to flexible nature of the position.
  • Maintain positive work attitude.
  • Excellent communication and observation skills.
  • Obtain/maintain in-service requirements as mandated by Chapel Haven and the Advisory Board.

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