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Benefits for all FULL time positions include four weeks vacation, extensive medical coverage, free dental coverage, and tuition reimbursement.

TITLE:  DAY SERVICES ASSISTANT

PROGRAM:  DAY SERVICES (164th Street)

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Conduct habilitation service training in the community with adults with developmental disabilities.  Duties include the completion of service documentation, writing narrative notes and planning group activities.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  High School Diploma/GED required.  Experience working with adults with developmental disabilities and a valid NYS driver’s license for 3 years is required.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org


TITLE:  DAY SERVICES SPECIALIST

PROGRAM:  DAY SERVICES (164TH)

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Responsible for writing day habilitation plans, conducting team meetings to review each assigned individual’s plan and summarizing individual’s response to the plans by completing monthly review notes. Organize assigned individual groups and implement the day service plan for each individual in the group. Act as liaison with families, service coordinators and residential providers.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: BA/BS degree required.  Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to Jdavide@queenscp.org


 

TITLE:  PRE-VOCATIONAL SPECIALIST

PROGRAM:  PRE-VOCATIONAL

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Develop and implement service documents with individuals and their families; maintain a caseload based on program needs; plan, conduct, and implement pre-vocational plans with individuals and their advocates.  In addition, complete pre-vocational paperwork and required documentation; organize, develop and provide supervision and support to individuals at job placement sites.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  Bachelor’s degree and related experience in vocational training required, along with a NYS Driver’s License for 3 years.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org


 

TITLE:  PRE-VOCATIONAL TRAINER

PROGRAM:  PRE-VOCATIONAL

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Assign work and train individuals on the required tasks for satisfactory completion of jobs.  Maintain daily records of attendance and productivity and provide written and verbal reports on the individual’s progress and performance.  Assume responsibility for quality control.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  HS diploma/GED and prior working experience with disabled adults in a vocational setting required, along with a valid NYS Driver’s License for 3 years is required.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org


 

TITLE:  PRE-VOCATIONAL SUPERVISOR

PROGRAM:  PRE-VOCATIONAL

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Develop and implement vocational instruction including development of curriculum, ordering supplies and materials, providing training to staff. Provide supervision to the vocational coaches in the pre-vocational program. Develop, implement and oversee off-site work sites. Conduct and complete documents required for OPWDD. Develop and implement service documents with individuals and their families. These documents include valued outcomes and services provided to individuals. Plan, conduct and implement pre-vocational plans with individuals, and their advocates. Complete pre-vocational paperwork in a timely manner.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of supervisory experience working in programs for adults with developmental disabilities required. A valid NYS Driver’s License is required for 3 years.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org or fax to (718) 380-0843.


TITLE: PORTER

PROGRAM: MAINTENANCE

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

Maintains general cleanliness of Agency’s buildings and grounds.  This includes repairing equipment, servicing, cleaning and sanitizing restroom, removing trash daily, painting areas as necessary, and cleaning and waxing floors.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School/GED diploma and one-year experience in building maintenance.

TO APPLY:  Contact: Z. Szabo, QCP, 81-15 164th Street, Jamaica, NY  11432, fax resume to (718) 380-0843 or e-mail to zsabo@queenscp.org


 

TITLE:  JOB COACH

PROGRAM:  SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

Provide on-site skills training for people with developmental disabilities by providing hands-on instruction/assistance in performing job duties and learning work habits and behaviors expected on their job; perform job tasks for enrollees as necessary; work as a member of an interdisciplinary team and function as a liaison between individuals, families, work-site and agency.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s Degree, experience working with people with developmental disabilities and valid NYS driver’s license required. Own car preferred.

TO APPLY:  Contact M. Jenkins, QCP, 81-15 164th Street, Jamaica, NY  11432, or e-mail resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org


 

RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM OPENINGS

TITLE:  DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL

PROGRAM:  RESIDENTIAL

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

Provides comprehensive care to adults with developmental disabilities in their homes.  Works on ADL goals, assists with personal hygiene needs, performs housekeeping tasks and escorts clients on recreational activities. Various shifts available from evenings (4pm-12am), early mornings (6am-10am or 6am-2pm), overnights (12am-8am) and weekends shifts (8am-4pm, 4pm-12am).

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 

High School Diploma/GED or some college, studying in the field of Human Services.  A valid New York State driver’s license for three (3) years required.  Prior work experience in a human service field working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org.


TITLE: ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR/QIDP

PROGRAM: RESIDENTIAL        

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

The Assistant Supervisor will work in conjunction with the Residence Supervisor, in providing daily supervision in the operations of a 10 bed residence in accordance with OPWDD regulations & QCP policies.  In addition, motivates & trains staff to enhance optimum services for the individuals with developmental disabilities in their home.  Assist the Residence Supervisor in writing & implementing life plans, as well as ensures that family members are included in the process.  Organizes in-house & outside recreational activities.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:   Bachelor’s Degree in human services along with one year of work experience in the field with individuals with developmental disabilities.  Successful candidate should have strong oral & written skills, strong leadership skills that include being a self-starter & the ability to work well under pressure.  Requires a valid NYS Driver’s License for three (3) years.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org or Fax to 718 591-4234.


TITLE:  LPN – Nights (36 hrs.)

PROGRAM:  RESIDENTIAL

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

The LPN is responsible for medical services for each person living in the residences.  Monitors and supervises all medical treatments, appointments, including medication, nutrition, lab procedures, etc.  Ensures that a comprehensive medical/nursing plan is in place for each individual.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Licensed Practical Nurse certification required.  High School Diploma or GED required.

TO APPLY:  Contact Michelle Jenkins, QCP, 81-15 164th Street, Jamaica, NY  11432, fax resume to (718) 591-4234 or e-mail to mjenkins@queenscp.org


BELLEROSE DAY PROGRAM OPENINGS

TITLE: DAY HABILITATION SUPERVISOR

PROGRAM: DAY PROGRAM

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Oversees the day-to-day operations of the group rooms to ensure services are being performed in a timely manner. Supervises all staff assigned to their group rooms (Coordinator, Specialist, Senior Habilitation & Habilitation Assistants), as well as ensures all documentation complies with person centered planning standards & OPWDD regulations for waiver services.  Provides training of staff and completes core competency performance evaluations in a timely manner.  Participates in the life plan meetings.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  BA Degree in a human services field, as well as 2 years of supervisory experience in the field of OPWDD.  Successful candidate must be computer savvy, strong communication & interpersonal skills, as well as be able to handle multiple priorities.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail updated resume to mjenkins@queenscp.org


Updated: 1/9/2020

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