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        direct support professional

        Springfield, IL 62712
        Full-time, Part-time
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        Job Description


        Habilitation Specialist (DSP)

        Springfield, IL

        Do you have a passion to work with children with disabilities? Are you seeking a stable, positive work environment with the opportunity for growth? Seeking to start a new position as soon as possible?

        Full-Time Position with Benefits!

        Join the Hope team!

        Shift Options: $13.47 is the base rate of pay for all positions, however there is additional pay for 2nd shift and 3rd shifts. 2nd shift will be paid an additional $0.60 per hour and 3rd shift will be paid an additional $0.40 per hour.

        First Shift - 7:00am - 3:30pm

        Second Shift - 2:30pm - 11:00pm

        Third Shift - 11:00pm - 7:30am

        *Note: Candidates must be willing to work mandatory Overtime for this position


        The Direct Support Professional is responsible for the supervision, program implementation, and documentation for a variety of individual daily routines and personal daily living needs for their assigned children. The Direct Support Professional shall assist in the development and implementation of individual program plans and shall participate as an interdisciplinary team member for their assigned youth. The Direct Support Professional shall promptly report any behavioral and/or medical changes in their assigned youth and shall be responsible for promptly reporting any necessary repairs or safety concerns that they observe. The Direct Support Professional shall ensure that youth are safe; that youth achieve maximum levels of independence in self-help, independent living, social skills; and that youth enjoy programs, services, and activities.


        • Carries out individual youth programs ensuring that youth are engaged in programs and activities which support the goals of the youths Individual Support and Service Plan
        • Actively participates with youth in all scheduled activities.
        • Consistently assists youth in the area of self-help skills, (Eating, dressing, toileting, feeding communication etc.).
        • Willingly accompanies youth on off campus field trips.
        • Engages youth in activities as defined/listed in the youth’s activity schedule.
        • Documents necessary and/or requested information on a daily basis that would include but not be limited to: log notes, behavioral data sheets, program data, incident or general event reports, etc.
        • Read and submit T-logs of youth in home.
        • Document Medication passes on EMARS in Therap.
        • Follows safe lifting practices in lifting and moving youth who are in a wheelchair or who need special assistance.


        • Recognizes behavioral signs if illness, pain, injury, discomfort or any deviation from the normal behavior and promptly reports those deviations to the appropriate person.
        • Assumes responsibility for completing support service tasks (i.e., general housekeeping) as assigned.
        • Assumes responsibility as a mandated reporter concerning incidents of purported abuse/neglect of youth, as outlined in the Agency Policies/Procedures.
        • Models appropriate behavior and dress for youth (manner of speech, dresses appropriately, etc.
        • Attends required training.
        • Assumes responsibility for assuring compliance of youth rights and program delivery as defined in the Illinois Department of Mental Health Code and the Confidentiality Act, as well as the Child Care Act of the Department of Children and Family Services.
        • Attends meetings pertaining to youth, (staffings, pre-clinics and team meetings).
        • Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.



        • Must be 21 years of age.
        • Must have high school diploma or G.E.D.
        • Successful background clearance, physical and drug/alcohol screening
        • Lift, push, pull and/ or carry 50 pounds.
        • Ability to stand, walk, grasp, reach, stoop, crouch, crawl and run
        • Must pass the physical agility test at the time of hire
        • A valid Illinois driver's license


        Posting ID: 601672331Posted: 2021-01-26