Careers

Residential Program Worker (Mobile Medication Technician)

This employee will work within individuals’ homes and the Mobile Medication Office setting serving _____ serious mentally ill assisting the Chief Executive Officer in carrying out the objectives of the program in accordance with regulations and Evergreen Elm Policy & Procedures. Will educate the individuals on medication and diagnoses related to self so they may function as independently as possible in their home and community.

Duties; Guidelines:

  • Participate in the implementation of Plan of Care.
  • Directly assist the individuals in areas of skill development with medications and illness.
  • Counsel the individuals to deal more effectively with personal problems, values and responsibilities.
  • Set a good example of behavior through everyday role modeling.
  • Administer and monitor the individuals’ medication as directed by nursing staff.
  • Assist in arranging specialized services for the individuals (i.e. doctor/dental appointments, speech therapy, physical therapy, etc.)
  • Ensure the safety of the Agency vehicle. This includes maintenance and regular cleaning.
  • Prepare accurate and timely documentation in all areas as required by regulations and Agency policy including case notes, daily logs, staffing notes, medication logs, medication lists, vital statistics, staff routine, vehicle reports, time sheets, etc.
  • Keep nurses informed of any changes in clients’ status.
  • Responds to emergency crises to protect the health and safety of the individuals.
  • Transport the individuals to appointments, activities, workshop, etc. as necessary as outlined in ISP or MH Authorization.
  • Participate in staffings, case conferences and training sessions as necessary.
  • Perform related work as required by the R. P. Director I and the Chief Executive Officer.
  • Be sensitive to client’s feelings, speak to client in an adult manner, establish and maintain rapport with the client.
  • Follow posted instructions.

You will receive direct supervision from the Mobile Medication Supervisor when you are on duty. The M. M. Supervisor is on call to handle any problems which may occur when he or she isn’t working. If the M. M. Supervisor isn’t available, you report directly to the R. P. Director I. Staff meetings are held monthly to discuss each client any problems that need attention. The M. M. Supervisor reviews your work informally on a weekly basis. The M. M. Supervisor reviews your work formally after six months and then once a year with a written evaluation of your job performance.

Residential Program Worker (Supportive Living)

This employee will live-in and/or work at a Waiver or Supported Living Program serving _____ individuals with intellectual disabilities and assisting the Chief Executive Officer in carrying out the objectives of the program in accordance with MR Regulations and Evergreen Elm Policy & Procedures. Will assist the individuals in learning to live and function as independently as possible in the home and community.

Duties; Guidelines:

  • Participate in the development, implementation and documentation of Individual Support Plan (ISP) or MH Authorization. This includes assessment.
  • Directly assist the individuals in areas of skill development requiring specialized individual attention.
  • Provide a normal, home-like setting to teach daily living skills.
  • Counsel the individuals to deal more effectively with personal problems, values and responsibilities.
  • Set a good example of behavior through everyday role modeling.
  • Initiate and implement recreational, social, educational and therapeutic activities within the home and community designed to meet the individual needs of the individuals in learning to become as self-sufficient as possible as outlined in ISP or MH Authorization.
  • Administer and monitor the individuals’ medication as outlined in ISP or MH Authorization.
  • Assist in arranging specialized services for the individuals (i.e. doctor/dental appointments, speech therapy, physical therapy, etc.)
  • Maintain the home and surroundings in a neat, orderly manner and assist the individuals with necessary home maintenance. This includes routine housekeeping skills and outdoor clean-up as outlined in ISP or MH Authorization.
  • Ensure the safety of the Agency vehicle. This includes maintenance and regular cleaning.
  • Prepare accurate documentation in all areas as required by regulations and Agency policy including case notes, daily logs, staffing notes, medication logs, vehicle reports, etc.
  • Responds to emergency crises to protect the health and safety of the individuals.
  • Assists individuals to evacuate agency homes in time frame set by local fire safety department.
  • Transport the individuals to appointments, activities, workshop, etc. as necessary as outlined in ISP or MH Authorization.
  • Participate in staffings, case conferences and training sessions as necessary.
  • Perform related work as required by the R. P. Director I and the Chief Executive Officer.
  • Follow routines as posted at worksites by R. P. Supervisor, R. P. Director and Chief Executive Officer.

You will receive direct supervision from the Residential Program Supervisor when you are on duty. The R. P. Supervisor is on call to handle any problems which may occur when he or she isn’t working. If the R. P. Supervisor isn’t available, you report directly to the R. P. Director I. Staff meetings are held each week to review and assign work and to discuss any problems that need attention. The R. P. Supervisor reviews your work informally on a daily basis. The R. P. Supervisor reviews your work formally after six months and then once a year with a written evaluation of your job performance.

Residential Program Worker (Residential)

This employee will live-in and/or work in one of our group homes serving _______ individuals with intellectual disabilities _________, assisting the Chief Executive Officer in carrying out the objectives of the program as outlined by 55 PA Code Chapter 6400 and Evergreen Elm Policy & Procedures. Employee will assist the individuals in learning to live and function as independently in the home and community.

Duties; Guidelines:

  • Will establish and maintain rapport with the individuals, co-workers and families of the individuals.
  • Will participate in the development, implementation and documentation of Plan of Care. This includes assessment.
  • Will directly assist the individuals in areas of skill development requiring specialized individual attention.
  • Will provide a normal, home-like setting to teach daily living skills.
  • Will counsel, educate and praise the individuals to deal more effectively with personal problems, values and responsibilities.
  • Will set a good example of behavior through everyday mature, responsible role modeling.
  • Will initiate and implement recreational, social, educational and therapeutic activities within the home and community designed to meet the individual needs of the individuals in learning to become as self-sufficient as possible.
  • Will administer and monitor the individuals’ medication.
  • Will assist individuals with personal hygiene.
  • Will assist in arranging specialized services for the individuals (i.e. doctor/dental appointments, speech therapy, physical therapy, etc.)
  • Will maintain the home and surroundings in a neat, orderly manner and assist the individuals with necessary home maintenance. This includes thorough housekeeping (cleaning, laundry, garbage, meal prep, shopping) skills and outdoor clean-up (snow removal, mow lawn).
  • Will ensure the safety of the Agency vehicle. This includes maintenance and regular cleaning.
  • Will prepare accurate documentation in all areas as required by State Regulations and Agency policy including casenotes, daily logs, staffing notes, medication logs, van reports, etc.
  • Will respond to emergency crises to protect the health and safety of the individuals.
  • Will assist individuals to evacuate homes in the time frame set by the local fire department.
  • Will transport the individuals to appointments, activities, workshops, etc. as necessary.
  • Will participate in staffings, case conferences and training sessions as necessary.
  • Will perform related work as required by the R. P. Director I and the Chief Executive Officer.

You will receive direct supervision from the Residential Program Supervisor on a daily basis. The R. P. Supervisor is on call to handle any problems which may occur when he or she isn’t working. If the R. P. Supervisor isn’t available, you report directly to the R. P. Director I. In house staff meetings are held to review and assign work and to discuss any problems that need attention. The R. P. Supervisor reviews your work informally on a daily basis as needed. The R. P. Supervisor reviews your work formally after six months and then once a year with a written evaluation of your job performance.

Very competitive salary package.

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