List of job duties, but not limited too:
Domestic Home Care
(cleaning, cooking, laundry)
Domestic Self Care
(bathing, dressing, hygiene)
(budgeting, assisting client with good money choices)
(diet, medical appointments, medications, exercise programs)
(ensuring the client is safe, safety training)
(social activities, classes, areas of personal interest)
(supporting relationships with family and friends, facilitation of new relationships)
(school, work, appointments, community outings)
(complete daily log notes, medication sheets, incident reports, action forms, timecards, as needed)
To communicate any major changes in the client's schedule to your supervisor
(hospital visit, taking a client out of town, encountering difficulties in the community, etc.)
To maintain a positive and professional relationship with your coordinator, co-workers, client's family and other support services
To meetings and in-service trainings
The direct support professional should be enthusiastic, motivated, flexible, organized, responsible and accountable.
The DSP must demonstrate the ability to be a team player, have knowledge of the service they work in and take responsibility for their work.
The DSP must strive toward enabling the people they support to become a part of the community.
Demonstrate a working understanding of the concept of supported living.
Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively, as a team player, with other direct support professionals.
Must have a valid California driver's license and clean driving record (according to our insurance company standards).
Must have and maintain a safe, registered and insured vehicle.
Must be able to work with minimal supervision.
All Hours Available
Starting at $15.50/hr.