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Nursing Home Transition Specialist: Full time (40hr/week) The Nursing Home Transition Specialist will identify and assist people with disabilities move from institutions to community based settings. The position involves extensive contact with nursing home professionals, consumers, family members, and other human service providers. In addition, the Specialist will provide counseling, skills training, and information & referral services. A Bachelors degree in a related field with a minimum of one year experience working with people with disabilities. An appropriate level of experience and education will be considered.
PCA Administrative Coordinator: Full time (40hr/wk) The PCA Administrative Coordinator works with the Program Manager in performing and coordinating essential administrative functions for AdLib’s PCA Program. The PCA Administrative Coordinator works with the Program Manager to ensure the timely completion, submission, and tracking of information for the program. Good phone, organizational, and computer skills. The ability to deal professionally and effectively with consumers, human service workers, and other business and professional people. Must be proficient with word processing, spreadsheet, and internet computer applications.
Skills Trainer: Immediate full-time opening to work in Berkshire County with individuals with disabilities. Will train consumers on how to manage their in-home Personal Care Program. Must be a self-starter with strong communication, organizational and people skills. Must be able to deal effectively and professionally with other human service workers, funding sources, and consumers. Requires computer literacy and the ability to learn and use the program’s database. One year prior work experience in providing services to people with disabilities is required. Bachelors’ degree preferred. Own transportation a must.
Transition to Adulthood Program Counselor: Full-time (40 hour/wk) professional position to help students with disabilities prepare for their transition from special education to adulthood. The TAP Counselor will work with students aged 14-21 who are attending public, private and residential schools throughout Berkshire County. The Counselor serves as a role model and provides advocacy, skills training, and peer counseling to eligible students with disabilities. A Bachelor’s degree in a related field with a minimum of one year experience working with people with disabilities. Experience in special education including an understanding of the 688 referral process, IEPS and youth transition a must. Prior special education teaching experience preferred. Must have own transportation. Must have strong oral and written communication skills.