Community Support Coach-DSP-Faison Residence
Job Type
Full-time
Description

   

Knowing you are changing the world, even if it’s just for one person, is incredibly rewarding. At The Faison Center, a nationally recognized leader in disability services across the lifespan, it happens daily. We spend our days creating life changing opportunities for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. As a community support coach working in our Residence you will support adult clients in their pursuit of maximal independence, growth, and fulfillment.


Benefits for Full-time Staff*:

-Flexible schedules (FT, PT, nights, weekends)

-Overtime opportunities

-Over 4 weeks of time off, with additional paid sick leave 

-Current employees are eligible for referral bonuses 

-Annual salary increases on anniversary of hire and guaranteed salary even if clients cancel

-100% college tuition paid for approved coursework

-Paid professional development

-Access to free meditation apps, campus yoga programs, and six free counseling sessions through our employee assistance program

-Dental, health, vision, life insurance, and 403B retirement benefits


  

The Faison Center is an equal opportunity employer. 


Requirements

  

Job Summary: 

We will train you to perform all necessary duties when working with students.

-Deliver one-to-one and small group instruction to adults while using the community as their classroom.

-Facilitate participation in social, recreational and leisure activities

-Help individuals maximize their potential and connect with their community

-Collect data to measure individual progress

-Work collaboratively with a team to help individuals achieve meaningful outcomes and improve their quality of life


Qualifications: 

-Current valid driver's license required

-High school diploma or equivalent required

-Bachelor's degree preferred

-Experience working with individuals with disabilities is great, but more importantly we value a desire to help make a difference in people’s lives