If you are interested in working in a caring environment to support people with developmental disabilities successfully live, work and learn in the community, the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities may have just the position for you.
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Interested persons should submit an application or resume to:
Butler County Board of DD
Janet Clemmons Center
282 N. Fair Avenue
Hamilton, OH 45011
The Butler County Board of DD is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.
For applicants who have been offered employment, the Board performs a criminal background check and motor vehicle record check. In order to ensure that applicants are physically able to perform the duties of the position they seek, the Board requires the applicant to undergo a physical examination (paid for by the Board). The results of this exam are confidential and note only whether or not the applicant is physically able to perform the essential functions of the work in question. As part of this examination, the applicant will undergo a drug screen. The test will detect the presence of alcohol, illegal drugs, and illegally used drugs. Applicants who test "positive" will not be considered for employment. In addition, applicants will be tested to determine if they have Tuberculosis.
For information about job opportunities with the Butler County Board of DD call Dawn Smith, Administrative Secretary at (513) 785-2817 or email her at email@example.com.
POSITION: HABILITATION SUPERVISOR
SALARY: $42,000.00- $46,200.00 annually
HOURS: 37.5 Hours/Week
LOCATION: Liberty Center
NATURE OF POSITION: The primary purpose of this position is to insure individual programs are implemented as directed in the individual plan in a safe environment and according to Board rules and State regulation to adults with developmental disabilities.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Assures habilitation and production programs are implemented according to the individual plans; conducts instructional sessions for staff to insure programs are implemented in a consistent manner and service delivery reflects the goals and objectives written in the individual plan. May perform individual assessments; will review the assessment of the developmental levels of individuals, evaluative data; observe, administers test, and confer with fellow staff members and other involved parties to gather information relative to assessment process. Provides supervision, assigns and provides guidance for and evaluates staff as assigned. Develops and maintains accurate records and reports; maintains information updates, as required.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Special Education or related field. Must meet standards as established by the State of Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities for Professional Certification. Prior experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities is preferred. Must have a current Ohio Driver's License, and acceptable driving record.
Personnel Office, 282 N Fair Ave, Hamilton, OH 45011
Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider