CARE Hawaii Inc
  • Kailua-Kona, HI, USA
  • $14.50-$17.00
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Position Summary:

The Personal Habilitation Worker's (PAB) purpose is to facilitate the participant's involvement in the home and community setting and maximize their independence. Participates in regular supervision and training activities provided by the Developmental Disabilities Program. The PAB must have the ability to deliver services in various environments, such as homes, schools, community, street locations, etc. This position involves hands on assistance (actually performing the task with or for the person) or training or multi-step instructional cuing as a part of a plan to prompt the Participant to perform a task. Services include personal assistance, training to meet outcomes/goals agreed upon by the participant, Case Manager and PAB such as increasing independence, developing natural supports, learning daily living skills and developing relationships.

Position Qualifications:

  • Minimum Education: High School Diploma or GED
  • Minimum Field-of-Expertise: Ability and demonstrating excellence in interpersonal skills to effectively work with all levels of personnel and with other agencies. A good work ethic and strong interest to work with special needs population and their families/caregivers. Mature, reliable and responsible. Detail oriented and quick learner; must be self starter and intuitive to problem solving. Basic computer skills, and writing skills. Must be able to coordinate participant activities and work collaboratively with the Service Supervisor, and DOH. DD Case Manager, and other members of a participant's team.
  • Required Certification/Registration: Basic Life Support (current and renewed prior to expiration)
    • Orientation
    • PBS Training
    • CPR & First Aid
    • CPI
    • Person Centered Planning
    • Current tuberculosis (TB) clearance according to DOH standards
    • Must pass written and oral tests regarding knowledge learned in CARE's training and orientation program
  • Preferred Experience: Has prior experience working with children/adults with Developmental or Intellectual disabilities. Reliable personal transportation (car) is necessary to transport participants.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Implements evidence-based individualized services under the direction and supervision of the Service Supervisor
  • Adheres to agency policies and procedures
  • Able to follow a written plan that details the skills to be taught, the instructional strategies to be utilized across domains and the data management strategies to be implemented
  • Participates in agency training and supervision as required
  • Collects program and participant data as needed; shows integrity with the quality of work being turned in
  • Fosters good relationships among care providers; maintains dialogue in interaction with other professionals to identify and resolve existing problems
  • Participates/contributes in meetings pertinent to area of responsibility; promotes quality participant care through a spirit of mutual cooperation with other staff, caregivers, and other circle of support team members
  • Is consistently on time and available to provide direct services where the participant needs the service to be provided
  • Demonstrates self-evaluation skills and takes responsibility for and appropriate action to remedy or reduce limitations; independently seeks formal and informal professional development activities to ensure the highest standard of knowledge and skill

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