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Caregiver

Company: Nobility Reigns
Location: Appleton
Posted on: June 6, 2021

Job Description:

Nobility Reigns currently has the following positions open in Appleton:

1) Second Shift Full-Time Position (31 hours/week). This position is 6 days on, then 8 days off. It is Thursday & Friday 2pm-11pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am-10pm, and Monday & Tuesday 1pm-10pm.

2) Third shift (37 hours/week). This position is 7 days on, then 7 days off. It is Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 11pm-8am, Saturday & Sunday 11pm-10am, and Monday & Tuesday 11pm-8am.

Nobility Reigns offers caregivers:

$13.00 an hour Vacation time Sick time 401K Quarterly & Yearly Employee Appreciation Contests

Where else, but at Nobility Reigns can you make a living while changing the life of an individual with special needs.

Enjoy activities with clients such as:

Swimming Movies Dances Bowling Bonfires And more

Activities are endless and only limited by the limitations of one's imagination. So what are you waiting for? Apply today and start making a difference.

Minimum Requirements of Employer:

Education: High School Diploma/GED Equivalent Required

Professional Licenses / Certifications: Third Shift: No | Second Shift: Yes

Vehicle: Desired, Mileage reimbursement available. Drivers License: Yes Type :Class D - Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped)

Required Requested Age: 18 or older

Required Experience / Qualifications: No Experience/Qualifications

Background check required.

Notice for caregiver:

Duties and responsibilities of the Job:

1. Assist/monitor/teach individuals with the preparation of daytime activities; encourage good personal hygiene, and behavior appropriate in their home or apartment.

2. Assist Program Coordinator in the assessment of each individual(s) abilities, interests and need areas toward independent living. Assist Program Coordinator in the development of each ISP. Staff behavior and interaction with individuals shall be directed towards the attainment of goals set forth within each ISP.

3. Assist/monitor/teach individuals(s) in budgeting skills.

4. Teach self-medication skills according to DMR regulations, and when appropriate supervise in medication administration.

5. Assist/monitor/teach individuals engaging in daily chores.

6. Assist/monitor/teach individuals as needed in grocery shopping, menu planning, meal preparation and clean up.

7. Meet with individuals (as needed) on an individual basis to discuss concerns, problems.

8. Assist/monitor/teach individuals in holding house meetings and informal discussion groups with peers.

9. Handle emergency situations appropriately, (according to MHA and DMR policies). Utilize crisis interventions when necessary.

10. Teach and/or support individuals in utilizing public transportation. Transport individuals to appropriate appointments/community outings (i.e. person requires assistance at appointment).

11. Perform daily record keeping (i.e. data collection, daily logs). Exchange information with next shift and/or with support staff.

12. Teach and be supportive of basic nutrition. Assist individuals to utilize community resources from nutritional counseling.

13. Teach relationship building skills.

14. Teach community integration; assist individuals in joining community organizations of their choice.

15. Teach problem-solving skills/resolving conflicts.

16. Provide leisure/recreational activities of individual(s) choice, increase individuals self-initiative in leisure activities.

17. Teach/monitor individuals self-management skills (in health and behavior management).

18. Teach individuals basic first aid, fire safety, emergency skills, and sex education, and/or assist the individual in locating a class (community resource) in the above-stated items.

19. Provide opportunities for individuals to have choices, make decisions in daily living and their future goals (i.e. assist the individual in day to day decisions).

20. Assist in creating natural supports for individuals.

21. Assist individuals in building their self-esteem.

22. Encourage empowerment.

23. Follow individual treatment plans consistently.

24. Conduct and document monthly fire drills according to DMR procedures.

25. Report any consumer (individual) abuse (physical, emotional, sexual) or act of omission to the Disabled Persons Protection Commission.

26. Be available to meet with repair person(s) and inspectors.

27. Attend individual and inter-agency staff meetings related to individuals.

28. Attend training.

29. Implement OSHA regulations.

30. Lifting, snow shoveling, and climbing stairs.

31. In addition to the duties listed above, the Direct Support Coordinator Relief Status (DSC-RS) is required to work at least one shift per month. If the requirement of working one shift per month is not fulfilled, Nobility Reigns will assume that the DSC-RS has self-terminated.

32. Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Coordinator. In addition to any job duties specified in this list, Employee shall have such job duties as may from time-to-time be reasonably assigned to Employee by Employer. Employee acknowledges that by virtue of Employee's position and responsibilities, Employee will have fiduciary duties to Employer and a duty of loyalty to Employer and will, at all times, act in a manner consistent with these duties and abide by Employer's reasonable rules, regulations, instructions, and directions.

Keywords: Nobility Reigns, Appleton , Caregiver, Other , Appleton, Wisconsin

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