The Network Coordinator is responsible for supporting the assigned Network Facilitator in tasks that will allow the team and network to run smoothly. This position will be responsible for enhancing the health and wellness of medically and physically vulnerable people supported.
18 years or older with a high school diploma or GED.
Commitment to supporting someone with an intellectual and/or developmental disability in typical community settings.
Social skills and empathy required to relate well with others.
Commitment to learn and apply best practice strategies for assisting people with disabilities to access a good life.
Physical ability to perform functions of lifting, transferring, feeding, positioning, etc.
Proficiency in teaching and instruction.
Comfortable with daily use of technology, as well as comfortable with potential changes in technology. Basic language, written, and computer (Word, Excel, internet, Google apps) skills necessary for communication and documentation.
Must have a driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Flexibility to adapt work schedule according to the needs of the people being supported, including the willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed.
HOW WE'RE DIFFERENT
We don't operate day services or specialized programs for individuals with disabilities. Instead we support people, in their homes and in the community, to invest their time in meaningful ways that help them identify and develop strategies to achieve their goals in life.
WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR
We are hiring excellent Direct Support Professionals who are invested in changing lives and being part of a social justice movement that recognizes individuals with disabilities as valued members of society. We hope that DSP is you!