Behavioral Health Center of Nueces County

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All our positions are open from Wednesday to Wednesday at 12:00 Noon, unless noted otherwise. THEY MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME AFTER BEING POSTED FOR FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS. Please call (361 ) 886-6900 - Human Resources Dept. for information regarding current vacancies.

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Employment and Promotion Opportunities for April 24, 2014

JOB TITLE: * Clinical Director (Jail Services)
PSS #:3230
DATE POSTED:4/11/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$49,612.08
UNIT #:637
UNIT NAME:Jail Clinical Services
Qualifications: Experience in psychological work. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master's degree in psychology, counseling, or a related field. Must be licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist by the State of Texas. Valid Texas drivers license with a good driving record. Reliable transportation. Preferred: Preference given to candidates with experience working with criminal justice judiciary systems, (e.g. the District Attorney's Office, Probation/Parole , judges and attorneys). Minimum One year experience of working with population of mental illness social work, or criminal justice. Knowledge in the use of Microsoft Office Programs(e.g. Word, PowerPoint, And Excel) Spanish speaking.
Job Description: Under supervision of the Access Director and as per the contract for services with Naphcare, provides screening and diagnostic assessments for persons in the Nueces County Jail to determine need for psychiatric treatment and eligibility for Mental Health and or substance use services upon release. Work to achieve Center goals of reduced persons ordered for competency evaluations and reduced number of persons committed to state hospitals. Completes required paperwork as per Naphcare and Center standards. Makes referrals to internal and external providers based on consumer needs. Provides clinical supervision of case management staff assigned to the Jail. Works in conjunction with the Psychiatrist and Medical Team to schedule and coordinate clinics.


JOB TITLE: Program Supervisor I
PSS #:3336
DATE POSTED:4/9/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$38,480.88
UNIT #:172/173
UNIT NAME:New Media Outreach/Peer Day Center
Qualifications: A minimum of a bachelor's or advance degree from an accredited college or university with a major in social, behavioral or human service field including psychology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling sociology, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, and education. Knowledge of community resources; of case management principles, objectives, standards, and methods; and of program policies and procedures, plus two years of work experience planning, organizing, directing, controlling, or coordinating activities in related program. Ability to assess client needs, coordinate client services, and to communicate effectively. Valid Texas Drivers license with a good driving record. One year (18-25 semester hours) of graduate level work from an accredited college or university in a related field may substitute for required work experience. Preferred: Bilingual English and Spanish. Certification as a Community Health Worker. 2 years supervisory experience. Bachelor's or advanced degree from an accredited college or university with a major in marketing or public health, health promotion or community health.
Job Description: Under supervision of the 1115 Project Manager , provides administrative and managerial responsibilities of ensuring achievement of 1115 program measures, as well as oversight management that includes maintaining positive budget variance, and supervision of staff assigned to program. Initiates and maintains quality improvement cycles, sets of standards to be used for Peer Drop-in Center and Social and New Media Education Project. Monitors and reports on milestones and metrics associated with each project. Work involves assisting in establishing program goals and objectives; assisting in developing program goals, and evaluating program activates. Responsible for auditing quality of standards of consumers' care; assures billable services are maximized ; management of unit budget; and program development. Maintains compliance of standards (JOINT COMMISION, Medicaid, and BHCNC OPM)> Engages in center marketing activities in the community.


JOB TITLE: * LPC, LMFT, LCSW/ OR LPC-I, LMFT-A, LSCW-I
PSS #:2067
DATE POSTED:4/16/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$36,105.60 -$42,318.48
UNIT #:450
UNIT NAME:Youth Services
Qualifications: SALARY RANGE: $36,105.60 TO $42,318.80 ---- Position range based on Minimum Qualifications. Master's degree from an accredited college of university in the fields of Psychology, Counseling or Social Work field, which include duties as required in counselor positions and demonstrated skill in supervisory duties if required of position. Must be licensed as a LPC, LMFT, or LCSW by the State of Texas, or may be licensed as a LPC-I, LCSW-I, or LMFT-A by the State of Texas. Must obtain LPC, LCSW, or <LMF license within 6 months of hire date. Have mental health clinical treatment experience such as diagnostic and intakes, assessments, and rehabilitative services. Valid Texas driver's license with good driving record. Prefer: Bilingual (English and Spanish., One (1) year professional experience working with children and adolescents with mental heath disorders.
Job Description: Provides screeing and assessment to determine eligibility for services. Obtains biopsychosocial information. Assigns diagnosis. Makes referrals to internal and external providers based on consumer needs. One (1) year mental health clinical treatment experience such as diagnostic and intakes, assessments, and rehabilitative services. As needed, provides utilization management functions to include conducting utilization review and granting or denying authorization for Youth MH service packages and services including Medicaid services. Makes initial authorization for services, clinical overrides, and exceptions to the UM guidelines in consultation with the Youth Services Utilization Manager. May conduct CBT using DSHS curricula.


JOB TITLE: Case Manager II
PSS #:284
DATE POSTED:4/1/2014
CLOSING DATE:
SALARY:$33,899.28
UNIT #:631
UNIT NAME:Service Coordination
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major in social behavioral, or human service field including but not limited to psychology, sociology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, and education. Valid Texas Drivers license with a good driving record. Preferred: Billingual, English and Spanish. 1 year experience in case management or related field.
Job Description: Performs moderately complex case management planning and instructional work. Responsible for delivery of case management and skills training for assigned caseload; coordination of consumer’s needs in order to maintain stability in the community and achieve independence; crisis prevention and intervention. Performs complex professional duties related to the evaluation, individualized program planning. Under general supervision, identifies client’s rehabilitation needs and provides the necessary instruction in teaching self-help, self- care or other skills according to the needs outlined in the client evaluations, which assist the client in attaining their optimum levels of independence. Collect, prepares, and reviews case data used to determine client eligibility for financial, medical, and/or social services.


JOB TITLE: Case Manager II (2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE)
PSS #:3335
DATE POSTED:4/9/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$33,899.28
UNIT #:175
UNIT NAME:1115 Waiver
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major in social behavioral, or human service field including psychology, sociology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, and education. Must have a good driver's license with a good driving record. Knowledge of community resources; of case management principles, objectives, standards and methods; and of program policies and procedures. Preferred; Ability to assess client needs, coordinate client services, and to communicate effectively. Bilingual English and Spanish. Masters' degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in social, behavioral , human services or public. Certification as a Community Health Worker.
Job Description: Under supervision of the Integrated Care Program Supervisor in collaboration with the 1115 Project Manager , the patient navigator is part of the mental health interdisciplinary team who assists individuals to enroll in and to actively participate in primary care services offered in the mental health clinic setting. Performs moderately complex rehabilitation planning and instructional work. Responsible for delivery of rehabilitative training for assigned caseload. Performs complex professional duties related to the evaluation, individualized program planning. Under general supervision, identifies clients' needs and provides the necessary instruction in which teaching self- help, self-care or other skills according to the needs outlined in the client evaluations, which assist the clients in attaining their optimum levels of health. Collects, prepares, and reviews case data used to determine client eligibility for financial, medical, and/or social services. This job requires patient contact in the community for follow-up purposes and center marketing activities. Maintains compliance of standards (JOINT COMMISION, Medicaid, and BHCNC OPM)


JOB TITLE: Case Manager II
PSS #:3334
DATE POSTED:4/9/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$33,899.28
UNIT #:172/173
UNIT NAME:Media Outreach and Education/Peer Day Center
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major in social behavioral, or human service field including psychology, sociology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, and education. Must have a good driver's license with a good driving record. Knowledge of community resources; of case management principles, objectives, standards and methods; and of program policies and procedures. Preferred; Ability to assess client needs, coordinate client services, and to communicate effectively. Bilingual English and Spanish. 2 years case management experience.
Job Description: Under the supervision of the Social and New Media Outreach and Education /Peer drop in center Program Supervisor, the outreach coordinator provides moderately complex(journey- level) case management work. Work involves developing contact with adults and youth hospital discharge referrals, clients, client families, and service providers for medical, social, educational, and related service needs. May train others. Assists in preparing and conducting presentations and orientations. Works under general supervision, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Attends coalitions and community agency meetings representing BHCNC. Participates and coordinates PR activities and training to community agencies. May work a flex schedule and occasionally work evenings and weekends. Engages in program development. May need to carry a small caseload. Performs related work as assigned.


JOB TITLE: Case Manager II
PSS #:3268
DATE POSTED:4/7/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$33,899.28
UNIT #:228
UNIT NAME:Outpatient Compentency Restoration
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major in social behavioral, or human service field including to psychology, sociology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, and education. Must have a good driver's license with a good driving record.Reliable transportation.PREFERRED- Preference given to candidates with experience working with criminal justice judiciary systems. Minimum 1-2 year experience working in case management position. Minimun 1-2 year experience of working with population of mental illness social work, or criminal justice. Ability to travel in Nueces County or outside city limits for training purposes or provide services. Knowledge in use of Microsoft Office Programs(e.g. Word, Powerpoint, and Excel) LPC -Intern, Knowledge of community resources (e.g. shelters, counseling services, vocational services, substance abuse) sSpanish speaking.
Job Description: Performs complex case-management work. Responsible for the delivery of forensic case management and intensive rehabilitation service for eligible persons with mental illness and/or co-occurring disorders and a history of incarceration to prevent additional incarceration. Will maintain frequent contact with client, family members, and service providers that will assist in the establishment and maintenance of community integrated treatment. Will identify client’s rehabilitation needs and provides the necessary instruction in teaching self-help, self-care or other skills according to the needs outlined in the client evaluations, which assist the client in attaining their optimum levels of independence. Collects, prepares, and review case data used to determine client eligibility for financial, medical, and/or social services. Establishes and maintains open communication with the Outpatient Competency Restoration Clinical Director pertaining to client treatment. Job requires some travel and flexible hours. Will be included on the on-call rotation for BHCNC for after hour calls.


JOB TITLE: * Case Manager II (MCOT)
PSS #:3238
DATE POSTED:4/7/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$33,899.28
UNIT #:230
UNIT NAME:Mobile Crisis Outreach Team
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major in social behavioral, or human service field including but not limited to psychology, sociology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, and education. Valid Texas Drivers license with a good driving record. Preferred: 2 years case management experience. Spanish speaking: Computer literate; Knowledge of community resources; of case management principles, objectives, standards and methods; and program policies and procedures. Ability to assess client needs, to coordinate client services, and to supervise the work of others.
Job Description: Under general direction of the mcot Clinical Director, responsible for clinical screenings, assessments, crisis intervention, and service eligibility based on consumer needs, Coordinates, links, provides skills training as appropriate and monitors consumers progress with meeting treatment goals. Delivers interventions such as crisis resolution, case management services and discharge planning. Provides clinical services to address the need for on-going services and or inpatient admission. This position requires travel and flexible


JOB TITLE: Case Manger II
PSS #:3332
DATE POSTED:3/25/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$33,899.28
UNIT #:731
UNIT NAME:IDD Service Coordination
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major in social behavioral, or human service field including but not limited to psychology, sociology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, and education. Must have a good driver's license with a good driving record. Knowledge of individual needs/characteristics associated with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Knowledge of nursing facility services, community-based resources, and community living options. Knowledge of PASRR requirements and guidelines and HCS program enrollment processes. Minimum of one year working with individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities that also have co-occurring medical diagnoses. Spanish speaking.
Job Description: Assists persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are residing in Nursing Facilities in developing their Person Directed Plan(PDP), which identifies services supports needed to obtain life goals. Completes intakes into services for IDD consumers who are newly admitted to NFs. Monitors consumers' progress towards outcomes and satisfaction with specialized services $supports. This is completed through monthly face to face contact frequent telephone contact with the individuals assigned, their families and their Nursing Facilities. The work requires intensive coordination of services and available community resources including Medicaid, Social Security and other community based programs where available. Provides Community Living Options information to individuals and their families. Completes outreach at NFs to provide opportunities for families and individuals obtain additional information about Comm. L.O. Develops the Community Living Discharge plan and monitors transition to the community. Also requires interaction ad cooperation with various internal departments within Behavioral Health Center of Nueces County. Extensive documentation is necessary to ensure that the individual receives needed services and makes progress towards their life goals. All documentation must be completed within requires timeframes specific to program rules. Staff must be compliant with Center policies and procedures, program protocols and requirements of other regulatory bodies. Works under limited supervision and requires the use of initiative, independent judgment and efficient time management. Will have a schedule that is flexible to the needs of consumers served, will participate in on-call rotation and must have own transportation. Case load is approximately 20-25 individuals.


JOB TITLE: * Supported Employment Specialist-JOB DEVELOPER/JOB COACH
PSS #:266
DATE POSTED:3/28/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$28,966.80
UNIT #:551
UNIT NAME:Supported Employment
Qualifications: Associates degree in rehabilitation, business, marketing, or a related human service field and two years' paid or unpaid experience providing services to people with disabilities. Or High School diploma or GED plus 3 years experience paid or unpaid experience providing employment services to people with disabilities. Valid Texas drivers license with a good driving record. Preferred: Experience in community job development. Knowledge of the Vocational Profile process, experience in public presentations, public relations, job development, sales, and or marketing. Current CPR certification. Ticket to Work Experience.
Job Description: Position is responsible for the development and coordination of employment opportunities for individuals using the Vocational Profile Process. Performs all supported employment activities authorized by the Person Directed Plan (PDP) and the Individual Plan of Care (ICP). Duties include completion of the discovery process, job and workplace culture analysis, pre- employment training (I.e. interview skills, appearance, etc.), post-employment training (I.e. Conflict resolution, transportation training, personal issues affecting job performance, etc.), task analysis, development of goals and objectives, job coaching, and interagency collaboration. The position also requires the person to determine discharge criteria and develop a plan to fade supported employment services through periodic evaluation of job performance based upon information from the employer, the individual, and the care team. Works flexible hours. Schedule may include some nights and/or weekends. This position requires extensive internal and external contacts with current and potential employers, individuals, family members, significant others, case managers/ service coordinators, service providers, and practitioners. Provides 1:1 support to persons in community jobs. Works within parameters of personal/vocations plan with individual and his/her team. Represents individual and organization in professional manner within the community


JOB TITLE: Rehab Therapist Tech III
PSS #:555
DATE POSTED:3/25/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$25,594.56
UNIT #:227
UNIT NAME:Pathways Crisis Resolution Unit
Qualifications: Graduation from a standard senior high school or equivalent. Experience and education may substitue for one another. Valid Texas Drivers license with a good driving record. Reliable transportation. Available to work night shift 4 P.M to 12 A.M Including rotating weekend shifts. Preferred: Experience in therapeutic work and providing direct care to consumers with mental illness. Knowledge of computer skills. Spanish
Job Description: Performs moderately complex ((journey-level) rehabilitative therapy work. Work involves providing and evaluating therapeutic programs and rehabilitative services to client with mental impairments at Pathways, a crisis respite 24-hour program. Work includes supervision of clients and their activities, observing and reporting client conditions and behaviors and interacting with clients in a crisis residential manner. Communicating with collateral staff, managing unit conditions and participating in required training programs. Works autonomously utilizing independent judgment and communicating necessary information to appropriate staff. Works under limited supervision with considerable lattitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Shift is 4:00pm-12:am with rotating weekend shifts. Shifts and workweeks may vary.


JOB TITLE: Rehab Therapist Tech II
PSS #:3261
DATE POSTED:4/1/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$10.28
UNIT #:227
UNIT NAME:Pathways Resident
Qualifications: Graduation from a standard senior high school or equivalent, experience and education may be substituted for one another. Valid Texas Driver License with good driving record, reliable transportation. Preferred: Ability to work with individuals with mental disabilities, knowledge of computer skills, Spanish speaking.
Job Description: Performs entry-level rehabilitation therapy work. Work involves providing rehabilitative services to client with mental impairments at Pathways, a crisis respite 24-hour program. Work includes supervision of clients and their activities, observing and reporting client conditions and behaviors and interacting with client in a crisis respite manner. Communicating with collateral staff, managing unit conditions and participating in required training programs. Works under close supervision with minimal latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Shifts are 7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm and 11pm-7am


JOB TITLE: Clerk II
PSS #:600
DATE POSTED:3/28/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until filled
SALARY:$10.28
UNIT #:455
UNIT NAME:Youth Services
Qualifications: High School/GED education or secretarial training school. Experience in clerical work. Must have knowledge of filing procedures, medical terminology and be proficient in basic computer skills such as Microsoft and Word computer programs. Ability to communicate week both verbal and written. Valid Texas drivers license with a good driving record. Preferred; Bilingual English and Spanish. 1 year
Job Description: Under the supervision of the Administrative Assistant, serves and maintains an accurate system for filling and retrieving clinical records in the most efficient and secure manner possible. Assists with maintaining confidentiality of clinical information and security of clinical records at all times. Performs entry level clerical work, primary data entry. Work involves general clerical functions to include compiling and tabulating data and reports, checking documents for accuracy, transporting documents, data entry, determining insurance eligibility and maintaining files. Some work operating a telephone switchboard or console and performing receptionist duties. Work involves placing, answering and transferring local and long distance calls; receiving visitors, and providing general information.


JOB TITLE: Rehab Therapy Tech I (Summer program)2- TEMP POSITIONS
PSS #:3134
DATE POSTED:4/24/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$9.98
UNIT #:450
UNIT NAME:Youth Services
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. Ability to provide car, training and supervision to individuals with mental health disorders. Valid Texas drivers license with a good driving record. Preferred: Knowledge of client care techniques and of treatment, therapy and developmental programs. Experience in direct client care work. Works from June 1, 2014 to August 31,2014 on an hourly wage of 9.98 an hour. Monday-Friday 8:00AM to 5:PM.
Job Description: Performs moderately complex (journey level) habilitative and rehabilitative client care work. Work involves summer program activities with individuals ages 3-17. Will assist in supper cam program development to include skills activities, social outings, and transportation. Works under general supervision of the Program Supervisor and Unit Director, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.


JOB TITLE: Direct Support Professional I (Partime Position)
PSS #:674
DATE POSTED:3/10/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$9.71
UNIT #:350
UNIT NAME:Respite Services
Qualifications: PART TIME POSITION-High School Diploma or GED. Skill in operation of computers and applicable computer software. Ability to provide care, training and supervision to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in English. Valid Texas Drivers License with a good driving record. Dependable transportation. Preferred; English and Spanish. One (1) year experience supervising or training individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Able to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends, and to successfully complete CPR, First Aid, and agency sponsored training to manage aggressive behavior within a limited time of employment.
Job Description: Provides skills training , supports and services to people based on individual needs and according to specific personal plan. Responsible for individual and small group training in varied environments at work, in homes and in the community. The position trains, provides supports, observe, evaluates and documents the person's progress and behaviors. Transport people as needed. Communicate with individuals' and families to enhance learning and choice.


JOB TITLE: Direct Support Professional I
PSS #:3307
DATE POSTED:3/6/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$9.71
UNIT #:174
UNIT NAME:Waiver Crisis IDD
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. Skill in operation of computers and applicable computer software. Ability to provide car, training, and supervision to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in English. Valid Texas Drivers license with a good driving record. Reliable transportation. Preffered:Billingual in English and Spanish. One year experience supervising or training individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities. Able to complete CPR, First Aid, and agency sponsored training to manage aggressive behavior within a limited time of employment.
Job Description: Under the direction of the Idd Dual Diagnosis Program Supervisor provides skills training, crisis intervention assessment, and supports to people base on individual needs and according to specific personal plan. Responsible for individual and small group training in varied environments at work, in homes, and in the community. The position trains, provides supports, observes, evaluates and documents the person's progress and behaviors. Transport people as needed. Communicate with individuals and families to enhance learning and choice.


JOB TITLE: Direct Support Professional I
PSS #:294
DATE POSTED:2/27/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$9.71
UNIT #:532
UNIT NAME:Home and Community Services
Qualifications: High School Diploma of GED. Skill in operation of computers software. Ability to provide care, training, and supervision to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in English. Valid Texas Drivers License with a good driving record. Dependable transportation. Preferred; English/Spanish bilingual. One (1) year experience supervising or training individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities. Able to complete CPR,First Aid, and agency sponsored training to manage aggressive behavior within a limited time of employment.
Job Description: Performs entry-level to routine (journey -level) habilitative and rehabilitative care work with individuals who have developmental disabilities. Work involves implementing treatment programs and performing therapeutic or developmental activities. May train others. May supervise the work of others. Work under general supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.


JOB TITLE: Direct Support Professional I
PSS #:461
DATE POSTED:2/19/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$9.71 Per Hour
UNIT #:546
UNIT NAME:Advanced Employment Services
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. Skill in operation of computers and applicable computer software. Ability to provide care, training and supervision to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in English. Valid Texas Drivers License with a good driving record. Dependable transportation. Preferred; English and Spanish. One (1) year experience supervising or training individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Able to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends, and to successfully complete CPR, First Aid, and agency sponsored training to manage aggressive behavior within a limited time of employment
Job Description: Performs moderately complex consumer assistance work. Work involves reporting consumer behavior and progress; developing vocational, therapeutic or development programs, and observing, supervising, and interacting with consumers to assist in the achievement of individualized goals. All phases of grounds keeping such as litter pickup, and grounds maintenance work is completed according to the Contract statement of work. May train and supervise others.


JOB TITLE: Custodian-Persons with a disability preferred
PSS #:0
DATE POSTED:2/22/2013
CLOSING DATE:Permanent
SALARY:$9.67 /Hour
UNIT #:543
UNIT NAME:Advance Employment Service - CCAD Janitorial
Qualifications: Eighth grade education. Six months experience in custodial work. Valid Driver's License with good driving record. Must be able to complete required training within a minimum time of employment; includes Client Rights and PMAB training. May be required to work nights. Preferred: High school education and experience can substitute for one another. Three years experience in custodial work and three years experience in training persons with disabilities. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Job Description: Complete assigned custodial duties to meet specifications of the contract or work assignment. Work locations may change frequently depending on needs of contract. Provides training to workers with disabilities. Completes time studies and required reports. Completes required documentation. Adheres to policies, rules and regulations and standards of performance and behavior as determined by Center, Department, and Unit.


JOB TITLE: Foster/Companion Care Contractor
PSS #:0
DATE POSTED:11/14/2013
CLOSING DATE:7 days
SALARY:$0.00 Range
UNIT #:532
UNIT NAME:Home and Community Services
Qualifications: Must be 18 years or older. Must have a high school diploma, GED or complete a written competency- based assessment demonstrating the ability to provide foster/companion care and the ability to document the provision of foster/companion care. Must have a valid Texas drivers license with a good driving. Preferred: Knowledge of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, experience in foster/companion care.
Job Description: Foster/Companion Care contractor provides a supervised, 24- hour arrangement in a home for intellectual developmental disability individuals who are unable to continue living independently in their own homes. They share a common living area. The person receiving service pays provider for room and board.


JOB TITLE: Direct Support Professional I
PSS #:3040
DATE POSTED:4/22/2014
CLOSING DATE:Until Filled
SALARY:$0.00
UNIT #:537/350
UNIT NAME:Home and Community Services
Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. Skills in operation of computers and applicable computer software. Ability to provide care, training, and supervision to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in English. Valid Texas Driver’s License with a good driving record. Dependable transportation. Preferred: Bilingual (English/Spanish). One year experience supervising or training individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities. Able to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends, and to successfully complete CPR, First Aid, and agency sponsored training to manage aggressive behavior within a limited time of employment
Job Description: Provides skills training, supports and services to people based on individual needs and according to specific personal plan. Responsible for individual and small group training in varied environments at work, in homes, and in the community. The position trains, provides support, observes, evaluates and documents the person’s progress and behaviors. Transports people as needed. Communicate with families to enhance learning and choice.


Driver's License/photo ID and Official College/University Transcripts are required with all applications