Careers at The Enrichment Center

Positions Currently Available:

Music Therapist/Voice Instructor

Create skill acquisition-based curriculum for assigned classes. Create lesson plans and teach assigned classes. Maintain class roster, assist with student care and actively seek community involvement when possible. Present subject matter to students using a variety of methods and techniques. Assist students individually and/or in group settings to reinforce learning concepts. Ensure student safety through observation and prevention. Attend scheduled trainings and workshops, keep assigned teaching area clean, maintain inventory of supplies and reorder when needed. Help plan and schedule outside activities that promote students' talents in area of instruction.

BA or BS in music, visual arts or human services. 3-5 years experience working with individuals with disabilities and/or in the area of expertise preferred. Must have acceptable criminal history; no history of abuse, neglect or exploitation of children or vulnerable adults. Must have acceptable DMV report and valid Driver's License.

 

Direct Support Professional -- substitute staff 

A demonstrated ability to work well with others is necessary. Must be able to assist and monitor individuals in day program setting. Must be able to read, write, and follow instructions. Individual must be able to write clear and concise progress notes. Requirements for the job also include the ability to pass a written exam covering: An Overview of Developmental Disabilities, Learning Characteristics of Mental Retardation, Alternatives to Restrictive Interventions, Client Rights, and Person-Centered Planning. Negative TB test upon hire is required. Certification in CPR, First Aid is required before providing services. Seizure Management and Medication Administration (annual) may also be required depending on client specific needs.

High School Diploma required. Prefer experience working with adults with disabilities. Must have NCDL, dependable transportation and clean criminal background. Basic Computer skills a must. 

 

Community Networking Direct Support Professional – Mon-Fri, 30 hrs/week

A demonstrated ability to work well with others is necessary. Must be able to assist and monitor individuals in the community. Must provide personal care. Must be able to read, write, and follow instructions. Individual must be able to write clear and concise progress notes. Requirements for the job also include the ability to pass a written exam covering: An Overview of Developmental Disabilities, Learning Characteristics of Mental Retardation, Alternatives to Restrictive Interventions, Client Rights, and Person-Centered Planning. Negative TB test upon hire is required. Certification in CPR, First Aid is required before providing services. Seizure Management and Medication Administration (annual) may also be required depending on client specific needs.

High School Diploma required. Prefer experience working with adults with disabilities. Must have NCDL, dependable transportation and clean criminal background. Basic Computer skills a must. 

 

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