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CLERMONT COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
POSITION POSTING

 

(Applications for the following positions may be downloaded from the website at www.clermontdd.org or obtained in the Human Resources Department, located at the Thomas A. Wildey Center, 2040 St. Route 50, Batavia, Ohio between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.)

AVAILABLE POSITION:        Speech-Language Pathologist (Full Time -1326 hours per year) (Vacancy for A. Roots)  Early Childhood Services

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:        Director of Early Childhood Services

DUTIES: (Summary Only)

The Speech-Language Pathologist works under general supervision and requires considerable knowledge of speech and language pathology and governing state and federal guidelines and professional standards in order to conduct assessments/evaluations, which may include hearing screenings, of individuals to determine their level of speech, language, swallowing and social/pragmatic skills, translate findings and develop, modify, and implement individual & group therapy/treatment programs to enhance individuals’ communication skills and address swallowing deficiencies. Designs and administers on-going individual or group therapy sessions to assist children ages birth – 3 with DD or at risk and their families in reaching identified language, speed augmentative or communication objectives (e.g., determines appropriate therapy and augmentative devices, works directly with families through direct communication, vocalization, object communication, group discussion, sign language or augmentative alternate communication systems and devices to develop and improve speech or communication skills); Measures and assess communicative abilities and disabilities and/or appropriateness of augmentative communication systems and devices for children; Lifts, positions, and moves children in a safe manner, according to in-service training, using proper lifting techniques; interprets and documents results of tests administered; Assists in developing Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) communicates with parents or other staff and professionals regarding communication goals and progress. May conduct in-service education programs or other training to instruct staff and/or parents and guardians on language development.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Licensed as speech-language pathologist in state of Ohio.  Must be physically able to lift, carry, and position children in a safe manner. Must successfully pass post-offer/pre-employment physical exam with agility test and drug test; criminal background checks, Abuser Registry, Nursing Registry, and other registry checks per Statute.  Must meet physical demands of position as stated on job description, with or without reasonable accommodations.

SALARY:     $34.25 – $37.67 per hour depending on experience

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   Until filled

SEND APPLICATIONS TO:  Kathy Booth, Human Resources Coordinator, Clermont County Board of DD, 2040 US Highway 50, Batavia, OH  45103,                                               cbooth@clermontdd.org

18-001                   The Clermont County Board of DD is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

CLERMONT COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
POSITION POSTING

(An Application for the following position may be downloaded from the website at www.clermontdd.org or obtained in the Human Resources Department, located at the Thomas A. Wildey Center, 2040 St. Route 50, Batavia, Ohio between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.)

AVAILABLE POSITION       INVESTIGATIVE AGENT        40 hours per week (255 Days)                                                           

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Investigative Manager

DUTIES (SUMMARY ONLY)

Investigates reports of abuse, neglect, and major unusual incidents on behalf of individuals with developmental disabilities in accordance with OAC 5123:2-17-02; reviews & analyzes major unusual incidents to ensure prescribed &/or approved forms are utilized & to identify patterns & trends; notify county board’s service & support administrator or other administrative official of filing of major unusual incidents in accordance with established procedures; reviews major unusual incident reports to ensure providers have taken all reasonable measures to protect health & safety of individuals & determines any additional actions necessary; ensures conflicts of interests do not exist & takes appropriate action if conflicts of interest do exist; ensures major unusual incidents occurring in ICF/DD facilities are reported and investigated.  Ensures immediate actions have been taken to protect or care for victim. Exercises independent judgment with regard to planning & conducting investigations.  Notifies DODD of situations involving conflict of interest where a separate investigation is to be conducted.  Collaborates with law enforcement, children services board, and other entities. Carries out duties in compliance with applicable statutes and rules. Testify at administrative hearings and court. Compiles & evaluates information gathered & prepares & submits  written report of investigation of abuse, neglect, &/or major unusual incidents to DODD; prepares & provides written summaries of investigations to individual(s), advocate(s), legal guardian(s), & providers within established timeframes; provides notification to provider of closure of investigation; reviews investigation reports to ensure compliance with applicable statutes and rules related to investigating major unusual incidents; notify  individual(s) & advocate(s) selected by the individual(s), legal guardian(s), &  providers of their right to submit written comments to the county board regarding conclusions of investigations & preventative measures implemented in response to incidents; submits comments provided to DODD.  Maintains case files for investigations.  Gathers information for abuser registry. Receives DODD approved training as required & provides training related to abuse, neglect, and major unusual incidents

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in related field; at least two years of experience in DD field preferred. Possession of or ability to obtain SSA and Investigative Agent certification issued by the Superintendent/DODD pursuant to 5123:2-5 of the Ohio Administrative Code. Valid driver’s license or available transportation and must maintain insurance on personal vehicle. Training in civil and criminal investigatory practices as specified in Section 5126.221 of the Ohio Revised Code within the first year as an Investigative Agent. Must be willing to maintain Investigative Agent Certification by completing all renewal requirements. Successfully pass pre-employment criminal background check; Abuser Registry, Nursing Registry, and checks of other required registries; and post-offer pre-employment physical exam and drug test.

SALARY:                                            $35,100 – $66,000 (based on experience)

POSTING DATE:                              12-20-2017

APPLICATION DEADLINE:             until filled

SEND APPLICATIONS TO:             Kathy Booth, Human Resources Coordinator
Clermont County Board of DD, 2040 US Highway 50, Batavia, OH  45103  cbooth@clermontdd.org

   17-014              The Clermont County Board of DD is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

CLERMONT COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
POSITION POSTING

(Applications for the following position may be downloaded from the website at www.clermontdd.org or obtained in the Human Resources Department, located at the Thomas A. Wildey Center, 2040 St. Route 50, Batavia, Ohio between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.)

AVAILABLE POSITION:            SERVICE AND SUPPORT ADMINISTRATOR (New positon)

12 Months per Year (255 days), 40 Hours per Week, Non-Bargaining Unit Eligible

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: SSA Supervisor

DUTIES: (Summary Only)

Coordinate intake and eligibility for Board services; assesses individual needs for services; facilitates the development of individual service plans; establishes budgets for services based on the individual’s assessed needs and preferred ways of meeting those needs. Maintains active caseload and achieves targeted billing objectives. Assists individuals in making selections from among the providers they have chosen. Ensures that services are effectively coordinated and provided by appropriate providers. Demonstrates skill in facilitating team meetings, including those that may be adversarial in nature, to reach agreement on needed services and supports for individuals. Establishes and implements an on-going system of monitoring the implementation of individualized service plans. Incorporates the results of quality assurance reviews and identified trends and patterns into amendments of an individual’s service plan. Reviews any Unusual and Major Unusual Incidents for trends and patterns and takes a lead role in solving problems identified. Employee must demonstrate adherence to timelines and deadlines, have good computer skills and software proficiency, and good organizational skills. Tracks and resolves complaints.  Completes service and training documentation and all agency referrals in a timely manner. Makes recommendations for referrals to community agencies and provides follow-up. Performs 24-hour crisis intervention services as scheduled. Carries the cell phone, log sheet, and Emergency Information Notebook at all times during designated rotations. Works cooperatively with other staff, parents, caseworkers, medical personnel, specialists, etc.  Must acquire and maintain required licenses and/or certification.  Must demonstrate regular and punctual attendance.  Promotes and implements the mandates and goals of the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities in a professional, positive, and efficient manner and actively supports fundraising efforts.  May be required to transport individuals in an agency vehicle; if transporting individuals, is required to have valid CPR/First Aid and meet requirements of Board’s Transportation policy. Must be willing to learn and ultimately possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills required to contribute to a trauma-informed community. Strive to create an environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of individuals, families, staff and communities we serve.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in special education, rehabilitation, social work/mental health or a related field with experience related to the position.  Budget management, facilitating, negotiating, and conflict management experience preferred, as well as experience with Social Security, MET/HUD, other governmental funding sources, Medicaid/Medicare programs and waivers. Possession of or ability to obtain SSA Certification.  Ability to lift, carry, and position children or adult individuals in a safe manner and perform crisis interventions according to in-service training. Successfully pass pre-employment post-offer physical exam, drug test, criminal background check, Abuser Registry check, and Nursing Registry check and other registry checks as required by Statute.

SALARY:                                           $19.50 – $ 21.45 per hour (Based on experience)

POSTING DATE:                                          11-30-2017

APPLICATION DEADLINE:             Until Filled

SEND APPLICATIONS TO:                         Kathy Booth, Human Resources Coordinator,  Clermont County Board of DD, 2040 US Highway 50   Batavia, OH  45103
cbooth@clermontdd.org

17-013                   The Clermont County Board of DD is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

CLERMONT COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
POSITION POSTING

(An application for this position may be downloaded from the website at www.clermontdd.org or obtained in the Human Resources Department, located at the Thomas A. Wildey Center, 2040 St. Route 50, Batavia, Ohio between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.)

AVAILABLE POSITION                   SUBSTITUTE INSTRUCTOR ASSISTANT

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR             Principal

DUTIES: (Summary Only)

Assists licensed instructor in teaching persons with developmental disabilities in approved curriculum areas (e.g., assists in maintaining classroom environment conducive to learning and free of health and safety hazards; giving assistance for and assisting in implementing daily lesson plans consistent with students’ IEP’s; assists in operating equipment and recording responses and efforts; prepares materials needed for instruction; assists students with mobility, physical, and clothing needs such as positioning, feeding, toileting, assisting in the pool, and getting on and off transportation vehicles.)  Assists in preparing and maintaining records and reports ( e.g., attendance, program objectives, behavioral data, progress data, revisions to IEP’s; records data on charts and records; maintains files; reproduces copies using office equipment; may use computer for research and documentation.)  At request of supervisor, attends meetings, conferences; attends staff meetings and training sessions.  Works cooperatively with other staff, parents, caseworkers, family members, medical personnel, etc. to achieve student goals and programming as identified by IEP; facilitates communication with students through sign language, picture communication, etc.  Promotes and implements the mandates and goals of the Clermont County Board of DD in a professional, positive, and efficient manner.  Administers oral and topical medication(s) to students, after receiving appropriate training, and when delegated by a Registered Nurse employed by the Board.  Develops and demonstrates knowledge of current developments in field to provide most beneficial client care (e.g., participates in Employer provided training, etc.)  Is required to provide own transportation to and from assignment areas.  Required to have valid CPR and First Aid if transporting students.  Performs other related duties as required or assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:               Completion of secondary education and one (1) year experience with developmentally disabled individuals; or equivalent.  Must have Educational Aide Permit issued by Ohio Department of Education with ability to obtain ESEA Qualification. Must obtain and maintain required certification.  Must be physically able to lift, carry, and move children in a safe manner.   Successfully pass pre-employment BCII check, Abuser Registry check, Nursing Registry check, and post-offer physical exam with drug test and physical agility test.

SALARY:                                           $12.40

POSTING UPDATED:                       11-14-2017

APPLICATION DEADLINE:             Until filled

SEND RESUME TO:                         Kathy Booth, Human Resources Coordinator,  Clermont County Board of DD, 2040 US Highway 50, Batavia, OH  45103, cbooth@clermontdd.org

  17-012                       The Clermont County Board of DD is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

CLERMONT COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
POSITION POSTING

(Applications for the following positions may be downloaded from the website at www.clermontdd.org or obtained in the Human Resources Department, located at the Thomas A. Wildey Center, 2040 St. Route 50, Batavia, Ohio between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.)

AVAILABLE POSITION                   SUBSTITUTE HABILITATION TECHNICIAN (Floater)                                                                                        (Vacancies in Adult Services Programs)

Scheduled as needed, M-F 8-4

DUTIES: (Summary Only)

Provides supervision, and habilitation services to adults with developmental disabilities often with frequent co-occurring mental illness in various basic skill areas (e.g., mobility, self-help skills, social and emotional skills, communications, motor skills, functional academics and daily living skills); provides training and supervision in work skills in accordance with Individual Plans (IP); implements IP objectives and behavior support plans as written and provides crisis interventions according to training; completes daily documentation of individuals’ progress; monitors individuals development during training as outlined by individual plans and promotes an atmosphere of effective support and encouragement. Assists individuals to achieve goals and programming as identified by IP; facilitates communication through use of sign language, picture communication, etc.  Assists adults on and off of buses and in and out of our facility; determines need to call (and calls) nurse or program manager to assist consumer as medically necessary; completes accident and incident reports as required.  Administers oral and topical medication(s) to individuals after receiving appropriate training and when delegated by a Registered Nurse employed by the Board.  Must be physically able to lift, position, and move adults and perform crisis interventions with or without reasonable accommodations.  Actively engages in training and meetings. Other duties as assigned. Many of the individuals we work with have experienced interpersonal trauma or suffered difficult losses. Therefore, it is imperative that our organizational culture be sensitive to how these experiences have shaped the world view of those we serve. Our agency utilizes Sanctuary and S.E.L.F to address trauma experienced by individuals, staff, and the agency.

QUALIFICATIONS:   Minimum of high school diploma or GED.  Must meet physical demands of position as stated on job description, with or without reasonable accommodations.  Possession of or ability to obtain DODD Adult Services Certification and must maintain valid certification.  Successfully passes pre-employment background check, Abuser Registry, Nursing Registry, and other registries per Statute, and post-offer physical exam w/agility test, and drug test.

SALARY:                                            $12.40 per hour

POSTING UPDATED:                      06-07-2017

APPLICATION DEADLINE:             Until filled

SEND APPLICATIONS TO:             Kathy Booth, Human Resources Coordinator,  Clermont County Board of DD, 2040 US Highway 50, Batavia, OH  45103, cbooth@clermontdd.org

The Clermont County Board of DD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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