This is professional work providing Adult Day Program activities (i.e., vocational training, refinement of independent living skills, cognitive development, social skills, appropriate use of leisure time, mobility, sensory and perceptual motor skills, etc.) for Individuals with developmental disabilities. A high degree of flexibility, organizational skills and creativity is required of this employee. This employee is responsible for implementing programs on a substitute basis in all program areas. Work performance will be directed by the Program Director.
A bachelor's degree in a related field is required. Preferably possess a valid teaching certificate. Experience working with Individuals with IDD.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)