Current Openings

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  • Service Consultant

    Union County Board of DD Service Consultant
    This position will work with Adults.

    The Service Consultant position is eligible for remote work opportunities. 

    Start Date for this position is December 5th, 2022

    Service Consultant
     
    FLSA: Exempt

     

    Reports to:      SSA Manager

     

    Status:   Exempt

     
    Probationary Period   300 Days
     

    Department:    Support Services

    Hours: 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

    260 days

     

    Pay Grade 3

    Approved:                                      Date:

     

     
    SUMMARY:
     
    Under the direction of the Support Services Manager, the Service Consultant assists the individual and their families/guardians to explore and gain services and supports from a variety of sources. Assures that services delivered adhere to all regulatory requirements, as well as UCBDD policy, regulations and procedures. The Service Consultant must strive to meet the UCBDD published Mission Statement and exemplify the UCBDD defined Core Values.
     
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Education/Experience –
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Business Administration, or related field.
     
    Credential/License
    • Must possess or meet all of the ODODD requirements to possess and maintain
    Support and Service Administrator Certification under OAC 5123:2-5-02. 
    • Must obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certification.
     
    Other –
    • Must have reliable transportation.
    • Must maintain a valid State of Ohio Driver’s License if operating a personal vehicle for official agency business.      
     
    For additional information and to apply please visit:
    https://www.ucbdd.org/about-us/employment
  • Preschool Instructor

    Preschool Instructor


    Description:
    This is a full-time position.  Working under the general supervision of the Preschool Coordinator, the Preschool Instructor performs specialized work in the instruction and training of children identified with developmental disabilities. In addition, the instructor will be working with a peer population to integrate the children with developmental disabilities into the traditional educational environment provided by the County’s public school systems. At all times, the Preschool Instructor must strive to meet the UCBDD published Mission Statement and exemplify the UCBDD defined Core Values.
     

    Qualifications:

    Education/Experience:
    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • Pre-kindergarten certification with validation for preschool special needs or
    • Early Childhood Intervention Specialist License from the Ohio Department of Education.
    Other:
    • Must have reliable transportation.
    • Must maintain a valid State of Ohio Driver’s License if operating a personal vehicle for official agency business.
    • Must be capable of passing a comprehensive pre-employment background investigation.

     

     
    Hours of Work: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM (up to 198 days per year) additional hours as required to meet operational needs.
     
    Salary Range: Beginning with $29.82 per hour up to $54.07 per hour.
     
    Benefits: Full time positions are eligible for all benefits including participation in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System. Eligible for Health Care, Dental Care, Vision Care, Employee Life Insurance, Sick Leave, Vacation per policy.
     
    How to Apply:                   Please go to this link to apply:
                                                       https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/unionoh
    Please direct related inquiries to the Human Resources Manager at (937)-645-6704
     

    DEADLINE:                          Applications and resumes should be submitted immediately for consideration. Interviews   will begin promptly.

     
    Union County Board of Developmental Disabilities is an Equal Opportunity Employer.







    Preschool Instructor

    Union County Board of Developmental Disabilities

    FLSA: Exempt

     

    Reports to:     Preschool Coordinator

     

    Status:   Regular

    Probationary Period    300 Days

    Department:   Harold Lewis Center

     
     

    Hours: 8:00 a.m. to  4:00 p.m. 199 Days Per Year; Additional hours as required to meet the operational needs of the Board.

     

    Grade: 4

    Approved:                                      Date:

     

     
    SUMMARY:
    Under the general supervision of the Preschool Coordinator, the Preschool Instructor performs specialized work in the instruction and training of children identified with developmental disabilities. In addition, the instructor will be working with a peer population to integrate the children with developmental disabilities into the traditional educational environment provided by the county’s public school systems. At all times, the Preschool Instructor must strive to meet the UCBDD published Mission Statement and exemplify the UCBDD defined Core Values.
     
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Education/Experience –
    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • Pre-kindergarten certification with validation for preschool special needs or
    • Early Childhood Intervention Specialist License from the Ohio Department of Education.
     
    Other –
    • Must have reliable transportation.
    • Must maintain a valid State of Ohio Driver’s License if operating a personal vehicle for official agency business.      
     
    PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
    Evaluation of this position is based primarily on performance of the following essential functions, which include, but are not limited to:
     
    1. Administers evaluative instruments to each child under his/her instruction in order to determine individual needs.
      1. Completes all required ODE Assessments per guidelines, and Outcomes as required.
      2. Regular updates of assessments (AEPS)
     
    1. Creates an Individual Education Plan (IEP) based upon a multi-factored assessment, in conjunction with the input of a multi-disciplinary team and parents
      1. IEP reflects the child’s needs and family priorities
      2. IEP outcomes reflect sequential order
      3. Conducts regular team meetings.
     
    1. Plans and implements unit of instruction relevant to persisting life problems of each student under his/her instruction based upon developmentally appropriate practice.
      1. Collaborates with preschool team for planning
      2. Includes Early Learning Content Standards into lesson plans.
      3. Provides lesson plans in a timely manner.
     
    1. Plans and implements daily lesson plans designed to meet the unit and IEP objectives.
      1. Provides activities of instructional value for the entire period
      2. Lessons are appropriate to the child’s age and developmental level.
      3. Routines are established and consistent
      4. Ensures the child is engaged in each activity
      5. Plan is flexible and is adjustable when necessary.
     
    1. Relates program philosophy, procedures and goals to the general public.
      1. Regular communications with the family
      2. Participates in public relations activities
     
    1. Availability for parent conferences as scheduled.
     
    1. Maintains accurate and current records
      1. Attendance
      2. Monies received
      3. Daily lesson plans and units
     
    1. Maintains a cooperative relationship with co-workers and families of the children under his/her instruction.
     
    1. Shall attend activities designed to enhance professional growth.
     
    1. Maintains professional ethics in keeping with the confidential material.
     
    1. Supervision of assistants, volunteers, students in training and enrollees in training
     
    1. Others duties as deemed necessary.
     
     
    SUCCESS FACTORS:
    To successfully perform this job, the following training, knowledge, skills and abilities are required.
     
    Required Training: All UCBDD employees shall be required to complete all general mandatory training. These may include, but are not limited to:
    • CPR, first aid, communicable diseases, child abuse/neglect recognition, blood-borne pathogens, emergency communications, hazardous communications, slips/trips/falls, personal protective equipment, sexual harassment, drug free work place, violence in the workplace, MUI and fire prevention.
    • Must obtain and maintain Board approved behavior support and crisis intervention training.
     
    Knowledge:  
    • Proficient with computers and applicable software, ability to use general office equipment.
    • Working knowledge and understanding of behavior support, individualized service plans, medical, psychosocial, orthopedic and psychiatric aspect of disability.
    • Working knowledge of client rights, federal, state, UCBDD programs and HIPAA. Knowledge of applicable statutes, regulatory standards and reporting authorities.
     
    Language/Mathematical Skills:
    • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
    • Ability to perform basic math skills.
     
    Reasoning Ability:
    • Must be skilled in group facilitation, conflict resolution, crisis intervention and working through complex problem situations.
     
    Other: 
    • Must possess a positive customer service attitude and image to all stakeholder groups.  Must be able to work collaboratively and effectively with other agencies, professionals, staff, families and the public. 
    • Good leadership and organizational skills. 
    • Ability to keep accurate records.
    • Must be able to tolerate the high demands of the position. The employee may be exposed to adverse weather conditions while driving and may be exposed to blood-borne pathogens, communicable diseases, potentially infectious materials and/or aggressive behavior.
     
    GENERAL EXPECTATIONS:
     
    Maintaining confidentiality is required.  The employee is to report suspected or actual abuse/neglect, to follow the chain of command and to work effectively and cooperatively with others inside/outside the agency.  Regular and predictable attendance is expected.
     
    Preserving a valid certification, licensure or registration is expected for those positions that require such in order to continue employment.  It is essential for the employee to maintain all training and in-services required by the position.
     
    The UCBDD promotes a non-hostile and non-discriminating work environment.  Employees must adhere to respectful conduct and language at all times.  The Board expects all employees to follow policies/procedures of the department and Agency rules and regulations. 
  • Preschool Instructor Assistant Substitute

    To apply, please complete the application at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/unionoh.
  • Preschool Instructor Substitute


    Job Type
    : Non-Classified Position
    Contact: Julia Walkowicz, Human Resources Manager

    To apply, please complete the application at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/unionoh.