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Job Locations US-NY-Yonkers
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/26/2021 2:12 PM)
The Direct Support Professional provides person centered supports based on the individual’s needs, preferences and choices.  DSPs perform a wide variety of tasks and activities based on the valued outcomes of each person they work with, and reflecting the specific skills and abilities of each individual.  DSPs encourage, guide and offer training to develop daily living skills, ensuring personal needs are met, promoting active engagement in the community life and ensuring health and safety. DSPs create a positive and enriching program environment for all persons supported. Direct Support Professionals are a vital member of each person’s support team. DSP’s are expected to know, understand and live the Code of Ethics.   Distinguishing Characteristics Direct Support Professionals work under the supervision of a Supervisor/ Manager/Assistant Manager/Supervisor. DSPs provide an array of supports to individuals with Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD), individuals who have dual diagnosis, and/ or individuals on the autism spectrum.  Supports provided may be offered in a residential, day, home or other setting.  DSPs assist and support individuals to identify and achieve their personal outcome measures (POMs).  DSPs motivate individuals to develop their vocational, nutritional, social and personal skills to achieve the highest possible level of independence. All supports are offered in positive settings, that are the least restrictive possible.   Demonstrative Duties Direct Support Professionals provide observations, evaluations, and reports to other team members to ensure and/or record an individual’s progress toward their personal goals, in accordance with their individual support plans. In doing this, they guide, assist and teach individuals to advance their skills to foster an independence based on their needs, preferences and desires.   Communication As a member of the program planning team, Direct Support Professionals communicate with other DSPs, supervisors and/or clinical staff, Individuals, families, employers, community members and others for the purpose of sharing information and obtaining direction. DSP’s have a significant role in terms of communication and ensuring important information is exchanged. Communication is expected to be professional, whether in writing or verbally, and must always adhere to the organization’s confidentiality policies and procedures.
Job ID
2021-1789
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/26/2021 2:09 PM)
The Direct Support Professional provides person centered supports based on the individual’s needs, preferences and choices.  DSPs perform a wide variety of tasks and activities based on the valued outcomes of each person they work with, and reflecting the specific skills and abilities of each individual.  DSPs encourage, guide and offer training to develop daily living skills, ensuring personal needs are met, promoting active engagement in the community life and ensuring health and safety. DSPs create a positive and enriching program environment for all persons supported. Direct Support Professionals are a vital member of each person’s support team. DSP’s are expected to know, understand and live the Code of Ethics.   Distinguishing Characteristics Direct Support Professionals work under the supervision of a Supervisor/ Manager/Assistant Manager/Supervisor. DSPs provide an array of supports to individuals with Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD), individuals who have dual diagnosis, and/ or individuals on the autism spectrum.  Supports provided may be offered in a residential, day, home or other setting.  DSPs assist and support individuals to identify and achieve their personal outcome measures (POMs).  DSPs motivate individuals to develop their vocational, nutritional, social and personal skills to achieve the highest possible level of independence. All supports are offered in positive settings, that are the least restrictive possible.   Demonstrative Duties Direct Support Professionals provide observations, evaluations, and reports to other team members to ensure and/or record an individual’s progress toward their personal goals, in accordance with their individual support plans. In doing this, they guide, assist and teach individuals to advance their skills to foster an independence based on their needs, preferences and desires.   Communication As a member of the program planning team, Direct Support Professionals communicate with other DSPs, supervisors and/or clinical staff, Individuals, families, employers, community members and others for the purpose of sharing information and obtaining direction. DSP’s have a significant role in terms of communication and ensuring important information is exchanged. Communication is expected to be professional, whether in writing or verbally, and must always adhere to the organization’s confidentiality policies and procedures.
Job ID
2021-1788
Job Locations US-NY-Yonkers
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/26/2021 2:04 PM)
The Direct Support Professional provides person centered supports based on the individual’s needs, preferences and choices.  DSPs perform a wide variety of tasks and activities based on the valued outcomes of each person they work with, and reflecting the specific skills and abilities of each individual.  DSPs encourage, guide and offer training to develop daily living skills, ensuring personal needs are met, promoting active engagement in the community life and ensuring health and safety. DSPs create a positive and enriching program environment for all persons supported. Direct Support Professionals are a vital member of each person’s support team. DSP’s are expected to know, understand and live the Code of Ethics.   Distinguishing Characteristics Direct Support Professionals work under the supervision of a Supervisor/ Manager/Assistant Manager/Supervisor. DSPs provide an array of supports to individuals with Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD), individuals who have dual diagnosis, and/ or individuals on the autism spectrum.  Supports provided may be offered in a residential, day, home or other setting.  DSPs assist and support individuals to identify and achieve their personal outcome measures (POMs).  DSPs motivate individuals to develop their vocational, nutritional, social and personal skills to achieve the highest possible level of independence. All supports are offered in positive settings, that are the least restrictive possible.   Demonstrative Duties Direct Support Professionals provide observations, evaluations, and reports to other team members to ensure and/or record an individual’s progress toward their personal goals, in accordance with their individual support plans. In doing this, they guide, assist and teach individuals to advance their skills to foster an independence based on their needs, preferences and desires.   Communication As a member of the program planning team, Direct Support Professionals communicate with other DSPs, supervisors and/or clinical staff, Individuals, families, employers, community members and others for the purpose of sharing information and obtaining direction. DSP’s have a significant role in terms of communication and ensuring important information is exchanged. Communication is expected to be professional, whether in writing or verbally, and must always adhere to the organization’s confidentiality policies and procedures.
Job ID
2021-1787
Job Locations US-NY-Queens Village
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/26/2021 1:22 PM)
Rising Ground, a leading nonprofit human services organization, provides children, adults, and families in the greater New York City area, with the resources and skills needed to help them rise above adversity and positively direct their lives. In our Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services department, we provide habilitation and recreational services, job training for meaningful work, and supported housing for those who need assistance to live in the community. Our goal is to help people pursue their dreams, so they can thrive and grow.
Job ID
2021-1786
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/26/2021 1:20 PM)
Rising Ground, a leading nonprofit human services organization, provides children, adults, and families in the greater New York City area, with the resources and skills needed to help them rise above adversity and positively direct their lives. In our Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services department, we provide habilitation and recreational services, job training for meaningful work, and supported housing for those who need assistance to live in the community. Our goal is to help people pursue their dreams, so they can thrive and grow.
Job ID
2021-1784
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/26/2021 1:14 PM)
The Direct Support Professional provides person centered supports based on the individual’s needs, preferences and choices.  DSPs perform a wide variety of tasks and activities based on the valued outcomes of each person they work with, and reflecting the specific skills and abilities of each individual.  DSPs encourage, guide and offer training to develop daily living skills, ensuring personal needs are met, promoting active engagement in the community life and ensuring health and safety. DSPs create a positive and enriching program environment for all persons supported. Direct Support Professionals are a vital member of each person’s support team. DSP’s are expected to know, understand and live the Code of Ethics.   Distinguishing Characteristics Direct Support Professionals work under the supervision of a Supervisor/ Manager/Assistant Manager/Supervisor. DSPs provide an array of supports to individuals with Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD), individuals who have dual diagnosis, and/ or individuals on the autism spectrum.  Supports provided may be offered in a residential, day, home or other setting.  DSPs assist and support individuals to identify and achieve their personal outcome measures (POMs).  DSPs motivate individuals to develop their vocational, nutritional, social and personal skills to achieve the highest possible level of independence. All supports are offered in positive settings, that are the least restrictive possible.   Demonstrative Duties Direct Support Professionals provide observations, evaluations, and reports to other team members to ensure and/or record an individual’s progress toward their personal goals, in accordance with their individual support plans. In doing this, they guide, assist and teach individuals to advance their skills to foster an independence based on their needs, preferences and desires.   Communication As a member of the program planning team, Direct Support Professionals communicate with other DSPs, supervisors and/or clinical staff, Individuals, families, employers, community members and others for the purpose of sharing information and obtaining direction. DSP’s have a significant role in terms of communication and ensuring important information is exchanged. Communication is expected to be professional, whether in writing or verbally, and must always adhere to the organization’s confidentiality policies and procedures.
Job ID
2021-1783
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn | US-NY-Yonkers | US-NY-Bronx
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/26/2021 12:49 PM)
Reporting to the SVP Human Resources, the Director of Training and Development is responsible for designing and delivering customized, interactive training for staff at all levels. This position assesses organization-wide developmental needs to drive training initiatives and identifies and arranges suitable training solutions for employees. This position actively searches, creatively designs and implements effective methods to educate, train and enhance performance.
Job ID
2021-1782
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 1 month ago(9/17/2021 10:43 AM)
The Physician’s Assistant/Nurse Practitioner reports to the Vice President of Health Services and will consult with the Medical Doctor. 
Job ID
2021-1781
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 6 months ago(4/13/2021 4:04 PM)
Our Intellectual Disabilities and Developmental Disabilities Services (or ID/DD) division provides both residential services and Medicaid assistance to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.   Edwin Gould operates ten New York City residential sites, each certified by the NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). We are proud of our person-centered care model and our ability to work with individuals with varying behavioral presentations and diagnoses, including those who may have turned down by other programs. Edwin Gould believes all of our individuals can be active, contributing members of society. We focus on community habilitation services as well as evidence-based strategies, focusing on the needs of each of our unique residents.
Job ID
2021-1773
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/7/2021 12:28 PM)
The Youth Counselor works at the Brooklyn Limited Secure Placement (LSP) Program. This is a 20 bed residential program for adjudicated youth. Limited Secure Placement is part of a groundbreaking initiative to provide services and supports for juvenile justice involved youth in residential placement facilities closer to their families, communities and schools. The Youth Counselor is a professional responsible for providing direct services and support tasks as part of the daily care for youth.    
Job ID
2021-1771
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/7/2021 12:30 PM)
The Youth Counselor works at the Brooklyn NSP Program. This is a 12 bed residential non-secure placement program (NSP) for adjudicated youth. The Youth Counselor is a professional responsible for providing direct services support tasks as part of the daily care for youth.
Job ID
2021-1770
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/7/2021 12:30 PM)
The Youth Counselor works at the Bronx NSP Program. This is a 12 bed residential non-secure placement program (NSP) for adjudicated youth. The Youth Counselor is a professional responsible for providing direct services support tasks as part of the daily care for youth.
Job ID
2021-1769
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/7/2021 12:29 PM)
The Youth Counselor works at the Bronx 20 bed Limited-Secure Placement (LSP) program for adjudicated youth. The Youth Counselor is responsible for providing direct services and performs various support tasks as part of the youth daily care.
Job ID
2021-1768
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Posted Date 7 months ago(3/30/2021 4:05 PM)
The FFT Therapist provides treatment services for children and youth assigned to her/his caseload following the Functional Family Therapy practice. The FFT Therapist participates in all FFT training and consultation activities, program reviews, and markets the FFT to the community.
Job ID
2021-1764
Job Locations US-NY-Yonkers
Posted Date 7 months ago(3/24/2021 12:21 PM)
The Direct Support Professional provides person centered supports based on the individual’s needs, preferences and choices.  DSPs perform a wide variety of tasks and activities based on the valued outcomes of each person they work with, and reflecting the specific skills and abilities of each individual.  DSPs encourage, guide and offer training to develop daily living skills, ensuring personal needs are met, promoting active engagement in the community life and ensuring health and safety. DSPs create a positive and enriching program environment for all persons supported. Direct Support Professionals are a vital member of each person’s support team. DSP’s are expected to know, understand and live the Code of Ethics.   Distinguishing Characteristics Direct Support Professionals work under the supervision of a Supervisor/ Manager/Assistant Manager/Supervisor. DSPs provide an array of supports to individuals with Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD), individuals who have dual diagnosis, and/ or individuals on the autism spectrum.  Supports provided may be offered in a residential, day, home or other setting.  DSPs assist and support individuals to identify and achieve their personal outcome measures (POMs).  DSPs motivate individuals to develop their vocational, nutritional, social and personal skills to achieve the highest possible level of independence. All supports are offered in positive settings, that are the least restrictive possible.   Demonstrative Duties Direct Support Professionals provide observations, evaluations, and reports to other team members to ensure and/or record an individual’s progress toward their personal goals, in accordance with their individual support plans. In doing this, they guide, assist and teach individuals to advance their skills to foster an independence based on their needs, preferences and desires.   Communication As a member of the program planning team, Direct Support Professionals communicate with other DSPs, supervisors and/or clinical staff, Individuals, families, employers, community members and others for the purpose of sharing information and obtaining direction. DSP’s have a significant role in terms of communication and ensuring important information is exchanged. Communication is expected to be professional, whether in writing or verbally, and must always adhere to the organization’s confidentiality policies and procedures.
Job ID
2021-1755
Job Locations US-NY-Yonkers
Posted Date 7 months ago(3/24/2021 12:17 PM)
The Direct Support Professional provides person centered supports based on the individual’s needs, preferences and choices.  DSPs perform a wide variety of tasks and activities based on the valued outcomes of each person they work with, and reflecting the specific skills and abilities of each individual.  DSPs encourage, guide and offer training to develop daily living skills, ensuring personal needs are met, promoting active engagement in the community life and ensuring health and safety. DSPs create a positive and enriching program environment for all persons supported. Direct Support Professionals are a vital member of each person’s support team. DSP’s are expected to know, understand and live the Code of Ethics.   Distinguishing Characteristics Direct Support Professionals work under the supervision of a Supervisor/ Manager/Assistant Manager/Supervisor. DSPs provide an array of supports to individuals with Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD), individuals who have dual diagnosis, and/ or individuals on the autism spectrum.  Supports provided may be offered in a residential, day, home or other setting.  DSPs assist and support individuals to identify and achieve their personal outcome measures (POMs).  DSPs motivate individuals to develop their vocational, nutritional, social and personal skills to achieve the highest possible level of independence. All supports are offered in positive settings, that are the least restrictive possible.   Demonstrative Duties Direct Support Professionals provide observations, evaluations, and reports to other team members to ensure and/or record an individual’s progress toward their personal goals, in accordance with their individual support plans. In doing this, they guide, assist and teach individuals to advance their skills to foster an independence based on their needs, preferences and desires.   Communication As a member of the program planning team, Direct Support Professionals communicate with other DSPs, supervisors and/or clinical staff, Individuals, families, employers, community members and others for the purpose of sharing information and obtaining direction. DSP’s have a significant role in terms of communication and ensuring important information is exchanged. Communication is expected to be professional, whether in writing or verbally, and must always adhere to the organization’s confidentiality policies and procedures.
Job ID
2021-1754
Job Locations US-NY-Yonkers
Posted Date 7 months ago(3/17/2021 2:26 PM)
The main responsibility of a One to One Teacher’s Assistant is to enrich learning by providing individual nourishment on a consistent basis and to provide support by using motivational techniques to encourage problem solving skills, confidence, and self-sufficiency.
Job ID
2021-1748
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx | US-NY-Bronx | US-NY-Yonkers
Posted Date 8 months ago(3/8/2021 2:48 PM)
The Porter is primarily responsible for the cleanliness, safety, and general upkeep of the program facility and surrounding property. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Job ID
2021-1739
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 8 months ago(3/8/2021 12:18 PM)
The Mental Health Clinician will provide a full range of therapy and casework services to adjudicated youth at a 20 bed Non Secure Placement (NSP) Program in Brooklyn. Non Secure Placement is part of a groundbreaking initiative to provide services and supports for juvenile justice involved youth in residential placement facilities closer to their families, communities and schools. Serve as a primary therapist to provide specific interventions including: reviewing and integrating specific assessment information to write and monitor treatment plans, reviewing and revising treatment plans as necessary, and providing clinical support to other NSP staff including trainings.    
Job ID
2021-1735
Job Locations US-NY-Yonkers
Posted Date 1 week ago(10/15/2021 4:01 PM)
The Travel Team/ YCW will be responsible for the overall Travel escort and of the transportation needs to reunify a person supported with his/her sponsor. The Travel team /YCW will also coordinate be responsible for all transportation needed for the minors during their placement at Leake and Watts. The Travel Team/YCW is responsible for providing direct services and performs various support tasks as part of the youth’s daily care.
Job ID
2021-1733