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Employment Opportunities at CORE

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

CORE, as part of its recruitment and retention plan, offers employees the following benefits:
Paid Training
90 Day Review and Increase
Annual Evaluations
Anthem Community Choice Major Medical Plan
Dental Plan
AFLAC
403-B Plan
Kemba Credit Union Membership
Cincinnati Central Credit Union Membership
Direct Deposit of Pay Checks
Perfect Attendance Bonuses
Employee of the Month Awards
Employee of the Year Awards
6 Personal Days a Year
6 Sick Days per Year
One Week Vacation after 6 Months
Two Weeks Vacation after One Year
Bereavement Leave
Christmas Bonus (as budget allows)
Free Flu Vacinnations
Annual Employee Activities (picnics, open houses, breakfasts, dinners)
Five Year Recogniton Gift
Ten Year Recognition Gift

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

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Position


Basic Function

Direct Service Staff In accordance with the principles of normalization, the employee will contribute to the supportive home-like environment, meeting the physical, social, and psychological needs of the consumer. The employee will provide experiences, which allow the resident to develop to his/her fullest potential in areas of self-direction, independent living, self-care, self-sufficiency, language learning, and mobility utilizing the Individual Plan structure.
Companion/Personal Care Assistant In accordance with the principles of normalization, the directives in the Individual Plan, and in an advocacy manner, the employee will contribute to the supportive home environment, meeting the physical, social, and psychological needs of the individual. The employee will provide experiences, which allow the individual to develop to his/her greatest potential.
Direct Service and Support Staff In accordance with the principles of normalization, the employee will contribute to the supportive home-like environment, meeting the physical, social, and psychological needs of the consumer. The employee will provide experiences, which allow the resident to develop to his/her fullest potential in areas of self-direction, independent living, self-care, self-sufficiency, language learning, and mobility utilizing the Individual Plan structure.
Home Manager The basic function of this position is to manage, supervise, and provide for the staff, facilities, and adults with mental retardation.



REQUIREMENTS and RESPONSIBILTIES

 

Direct Service Staff

 

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Job Requirements:
Knowledge of and sensitivity to individuals with developmental special needs.
Ability to follow a prepared schedule and supervised routine.
Knowledge of, and commitment to the principles of normalization and related practices.
Ability to participate in an interdisciplinary team formulation and implementation of a developmentally sequenced IP process for residents.
Ability to monitor the safety and health needs of the residents.
Ability to monitor the safety and condition of property and equipment.
Minimum of high school diploma or its equivalent and two years working experience in the field of human services.
Valid driver's license and good driving record.
The physical ability to perform the lifting, bending, stooping, crouching and reaching necessary to perform daily routine household maintenance and care of residents (i.e. carry groceries and laundry baskets, sweep, mop floor, clean tubs).
Responsibilities:
Tour the household as scheduled by Home Manager. Check for resident's safety and household condition. Report areas needing attention to the Home Manger.
Distribute/Record over-the-counter and prescribed medication as directed by resident's files.
Monitor/Record temperature of residents when instructed by physician.
Attend regularly scheduled staff meeting/training sessions.
Utilize the daily routine as a structure and opportunity within which to stimulate resident development. (Mail, meals, laundry, maintenance, etc.)
Demonstrate an ability to aid residents in dealing with conflict.
Demonstrate effective and appropriate Behavior Management Techniques.
Challenge resident to assume responsibility for his/her own actions.
Display consistency in interactions (relationships with residents and in matters of programs).
Integrate present IP objectives as part of the daily routine.
Follow household schedules...review changes in resident's routines and schedules with the Home Manager (mail, laundry, medication, maintenance, and meals)
Reinforce established household budgets.
Display positive attitude and approach.
Utilize positive reinforcement.
Familiarize self with the household census.
Utilize "log" or "household record" to monitor household events.
Utilize the household calendar.
Use appropriate techniques in evaluating residents.
Record resident involvement in the IP process.
Participate in an interdisciplinary review of the IP process. (Be able to cite inhibiting factors)
Complete household documentation, as directed.
Submit work as scheduled.
Adapt to change in household routine, residents' needs and program objectives and be able to identify them as indicators of possible growth.
Report to building as scheduled - prepared for all meetings, events and activities of the program.
Model age-appropriate and socially-valued behavior.
Display an investment in the concept of normalization and an understanding of the organization's goals.
Produce high quality work and assume the responsibility of one's position.
Accept direction from supervisor and complete assigned tasks.
Accept constructive criticism and praise in a positive manner.
Make suggestions and criticisms of the agency through the proper channels.
Conduct oneself in a manner that will reflect well on the agency.
Respect the individual's right to confidentiality.

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Companion/Personal Care Assistant

 

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Requirements:
Knowledge of and sensitivity to individuals with developmentally special needs.
Knowledge of and commitment to the principles of normalization.
Ability to participate in an interdisciplinary team process.
Ability to observe and monitor the various needs of individuals and share this information.
Ability to follow a prepared schedule and supervised routines.
Ability to monitor the safety and condition of property and equipment.
Ability to document service delivery units.
The physical ability to perform the lifting, bending, stooping, crouching and reaching necessary to perform daily routine household maintenance and care of residents (i.e. carry groceries and laundry baskets, sweep, mop floors, clean tubs).
Possession of a high school diploma or its equivalent.
Possession of a valid Ohio drivers' license and good driving record.
Responsibilities:
Practice the participatory management approach, supervise and coordinate the needs of the individual with regard to the individual's input.
Assist the individual in monitoring and reporting their medical and health needs to the Program Specialist.
Assist the individual in meal planning, household maintenance, daily living chores, recreation objectives, choice making as well as any other activity that enhances the life of the individual.
Dispense medications or treatments as indicated by physician.
Provide documentation for all position and program responsibilities.
Assist the individual in reporting home and vehicle repairs.
Attend team meetings and training sessions in order to keep abreast of current events and trends.
Produce high quality work and perform in a professional manner.
Reflect basic value based standards and behavior as a role model.
Perform other duties that may from time to time be assigned.
Reports to Home Manager.

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Direct Service and Support Staff

 

Back to Available Positions
Job Requirements:
Knowledge of and sensitivity to individuals with developmental special needs.
Ability to follow a prepared schedule and supervised routines.
Knowledge of, and commitment to the principles of normalization and related processes.
Ability to participate in an interdisciplinary team formulation and implementation of a developmentally sequenced IP process for residents.
Ability to monitor the safety and health needs of the residents.
Ability to monitor the safety and condition of property and equipment.
The physical ability to perform the lifting, bending, stooping, crouching and reaching necessary to perform daily routine household maintenance and care of residents (i.e. carry groceries and laundry baskets, sweep, mop floors, clean tubs).
Minimum of high school diploma or its equivalent and two years working experiences in the field of human services.
Valid driver's license and good driving record.
Responsibilities:
Tour the house as scheduled by the Home Manager. Check for resident's safety and household condition. Report areas needing attention to the Home Manager.
Distribute/Record over-the-counter and prescribed medication as direction by resident's files.
Monitor/Record temperature of residents when instructed by physician.
Develop menus per nutritional and licensure guidelines, ensuring ordered diets are followed.
Assist resident in grocery shopping, personal shopping and banking.
Attend medical appointments for residents. (as needed)
Provide emergency response (beeper) relief to Network Manager 2-3 days a month.
Attend regularly scheduled staff meeting/training sessions.
Utilize the daily routine as a structure and opportunity within which to stimulate resident development. (Mail, meals, laundry, maintenance, etc.)
Demonstrate an ability to aid resident in dealing with conflict.
Demonstrate effective and appropriate Behavior Management Techniques.
Challenge resident to assume responsibility for his/her own actions.
Display consistency in interactions (relationships with residents and in matters of programs).
Integrate present IP objectives as part of the daily routine.
Follow household schedules...review changes in resident's routines and schedules with the Network Manager (mail, laundry, medication, maintenance, and meals).
Reinforce established household budgets.
Display positive attitude and approach.
Utilize positive reinforcement.
Familiarize self with the household census.
Utilize "log" or "household record" to monitor household events.
Utilize the household calendar.
Use appropriate techniques in evaluating residents.
Record resident involvement in the IP process.
Participate in an interdisciplinary review of the IP process. (Be able to cite inhibiting factors)
Complete household documentation as directed.
Submit work as scheduled.
Adapt to change in household routine, residents' needs and program objectives and be able to identify them as indicators for possible growth.
Report to building as scheduled - prepared for all meetings, events and activities of the program.
Model age-appropriate and socially-valued behavior.
Display an investment in the concept of normalization and an understanding of the organization's goals.
Produce high quality work and assume the responsibilities of one's position.
Accept direction from supervisor and complete assigned tasks.
Accept constructive criticism and praise in a positive manner.
Make suggestions and criticisms of the agency through proper channels.
Conduct oneself in a manner that will reflect well on the agency.
Respect the individual's right to confidentiality.
Review program documentation: Medication Administration Records and other documentation sheets for accuracy. Report problems to Network Manager. Prepare all monthly documentation per CORE, Inc. practices.
Re-order medications, report problems in re-orders or receipt of drugs to Network Manager.
Reports to Network Manager.

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Home Manager

 

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Job Requirements:
Knowledge of persons with mental retardation and developmental disabilities.
Ability to supervise staff.
Ability to organize, schedule, and give direction.
Knowledge of experts and agencies involved in the service delivery system to the residents.
Knowledge of, and commitment to the principles of normalization and related practices.
Ability to practice participatory management.
The physical ability to perform the lifting, bending, stooping, crouching and reaching necessary to perform daily routine household maintenance and care of residents (i.e. carry groceries and laundry baskets, sweep, mop floors, clean tubs).
Minimum of high school diploma or its equivalent and two years working experience in the field of human services.
Valid driver's license and good driving record.
Responsibilities:
Practicing the participatory management approach, to supervise and coordinate staff to meet the needs of the residents with regard to staff input and needs.
Attending required in-service demonstrating proficiency on the job.
Ensuring the welfare and safety of the residents.
Maintaining overall operation of the home.
Conducting oneself in a professional manner.
Using agency equipment and vehicles responsibly.
In accordance with the principles of normalization, providing ongoing, supportive homelike environment; meeting the physical, social, and psychological needs of the residents.
Developing the residents to their fullest potential in areas of self-direction, independent living, self-care, self-sufficiency, language learning, and mobility.
Reports to Program Manager.

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