Social Worker Direct Support Staff Academic Coach Jobs Vacancy in Family Adult And Child Therapies Los Angeles
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Social Worker Direct Support Staff Academic Coach Jobs Vacancy in Family Adult And Child Therapies Los Angeles Jobs Details:
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR PART-TIME Direct Support Professionals in a college environment!!
Do you like to try new things? Explore your community and have fun? Do you like working on a university campus with college students? Then we may have the job for you! FACT allows you to work as support staff to adults with intellectual developmental disabilities through social outings, art activities and other community events.
FACT is in urgent need of a motivated, honest, fun-loving, energetic, committed, and compassionate Academic Coach/DSP.
Under the direction of the Program Manager you will:
- Provide direct support to GAP clients. Responsible for leading,
- guiding and planning for up to 3 workshops on a weekly basis to
- address client needs and goals.
- Create and implement unit and lesson plans for selected
- workshops varying per site location. Submit to the supervisor for
- Maintain a 1:3 ratio at all times between clients and staff.
- Carry out all tasks as assigned by the Manager supporting clients
- to work toward their individual goals, including learning how to
- complete class assignments and projects accurately and on-time, completing daily independent living tasks, participating in community events, and finding and maintaining employment.
- Implement each client’s Individual Support Plan (ISP) goals.
- Submit all appropriate daily notes, educational support logs, ISP
- reports, on time to the appropriate person(s).
- Monitor each client’s ISP goals and objectives to ensure they
- remain appropriate and attainable and to identify interventions and
- Support clients in accessing generic / community resources and
- Attend all client IPP/ISP meetings, as directed.
- Remain in contact with client’s circle of support discussing client’s
- successes and challenges in meeting their goals and objectives.
- Meet weekly with the Manager for supervision.
- Any other job-related duties as assigned by the Manager.
For clients in post-secondary education:
- Understand each client’s individual educational track (increase
- knowledge, certificate program, associate’s degree and/or transfer,
- Bachelor’s degree), including credits needed and completed,
expected timeline, and requirements for completion.
- Support clients to understand and execute their individual syllabi
- and related coursework.
- Support clients to appropriately and effectively interact with school
- personnel including professors and counselors in the Disabled
- Students Center.
- Collaborate with the Regional Supervisor in determining which
- accommodations each client may need to access through the
- Disabled Students Center and how they can support clients in accessing the appropriate accommodations.
- Teach clients how to access on-campus accommodations, tutors, fee waivers, and any other benefit they qualify for as a result of their disability. This also includes generic resources that may be offered through other organizations or entities such as the Department of Rehabilitation, Department of Mental Health etc.
Job Requirements/Evaluation Factors: Bachelor’s degree with experience
working within the social services field and/or specialized training working with
young adults with developmental disabilities. Must have strong organizational
skills. Experience working in a classroom setting preferred. Good written and
verbal communication skills and be detail oriented.
Location: Northridge, CA
Hours: Part-time, Monday-Thursday 9am- 5pm,weekends occasionally.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Hourly Rate: $16.00 to $20.00 /hour
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $16.00 to $20.00 /hour
- dsp: 1 year (Required)
- working with austic adults: 1 year (Required)
- Bachelor's (Required)