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Assistant Program Coordinator CDS (Joliet, IL)
Location: Joliet, IL
Program or Service: Community Day Services
Schedule/Shift: M-F; 8am-4:30pm
Description: Looking for an Assistant Coordinator who is able to work well with a team, multi-task, build a relationship with the people who are served; their families and staff that work with the agency, help grow our curriculum resources, and assist with administrative responsibilities. As an Assistant Coordinator you would be helping people who are diagnosed with Intellectual Disabilities flourish and build their skill levels so that they can live full and abundant lives.
Responsibilities: The Assistant Program Coordinator position is responsible for working with the Coordinator of the program to assist with curriculum, planning/participating in experiences with the people served in the community, assisting with group activities in the program, coordinating the program when the coordinator is unavailable, assisting with ADL skills, coaching and mentoring staff and people served to maximize all abilities and outcomes. This ideal candidate will be flexible, patient, and willing to assist with a variety of tasks including keeping the building clean. This role has purview over helping support people, managing physical plant and administrative responsibilities.
Minimum Qualifications: Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a social service or human service field. Interested candidates must have excellent organizational skills plus the ability to effectively establish priorities. A qualified candidate should have knowledge of applicable standards and regulations as they apply to Community Day Service (CDS) programs.
Preferred Qualifications: One year of experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities. Some managerial experience preferred.
Contact Information: Melissa Pierce, firstname.lastname@example.org