Join the Civitan Services Family and Make A Difference in the Lives of People with Developmental Disabilities
To apply for one of our job openings:
ATTN: Human Resources
PO Box 368
Benton, AR 72018-0368
You can also apply in person at our Bryant Campus located at 403 S. Reynolds Rd. Bryant, AR 72202
Civitan Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Instructor will provide level appropriate habilitation instruction and skills development training to adults with developmental disabilities. Instructor will work with the Adult Services team to ensure plans are developed and monitored for assigned clients, document and plan classroom instruction and ensure client/staff ratios to maintain a safe environment for our clients. This Instructor would provide classroom training to individuals served who are actively working to secure the skills needed to live and work as independently as possible. Communicate effectively with the individual served, families and guardians regarding individual’s progress, health, behavior issues, etc. while maintaining their Individual Rights.
The ideal candidate must be at least 18-years-old with a clean driving record be timely and dependable, reliable, flexible and professional. Only those with a therapeutic approach to behavior management should apply.
Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and experience working in a school setting, health or human service agency is a plus. A high school diploma, good verbal and written communication skills, sensitivity to cultural/ethical differences and basic computer skills are required. A drug test and background checks are required for all employees.
The Monitor will provide for the safety, care and supervision of clients as assigned at all times.
The position is responsible for:
- Ensuring all riders are seated and seatbelts fastened while the van is in motion
- Ensuring children are in car seats and wheelchairs are correctly secured
- Supervising and assisting individuals while loading and unloading vehicles
- Conducting emergency evacuation drills
- Ensuring no clients are left on the vehicle at the end of the route
- Following safety procedures
- Completing necessary documentation and reports as needed for licensing agencies
The ideal candidate must be at least 18-years-old with a clean driving record be timely and dependable, reliable, flexible and professional. Familiarity with Saline County roads would be helpful. Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and experience working in a school setting, health or human service agency is a plus.
Good verbal and written communication skills and sensitivity to cultural/ethical differences are required. A drug test and background checks are required for all employees.
This position reports to the Transportation Director.
The position is responsible for:
- Preparing individual files for new client enrollees
- Maintaining these files, forms and reports in accordance with all licensing agencies
- Maintaining daily data and keeping supervisor informed of individual's progress in monthly and quarterly reports along with dates of goals obtained
- Creating and keeping current daily data and reports
- Proofreading instructors' monthly reports prior to sending them to parents
- Filing paperwork as needed
- Updating, copying, and distributing packets
- Copying all records requests
- Assisting the Early Intervention Coordinator as needed
- Substituting in classes as needed
- Communicating effectively with families on a regular basis regarding child's progress, health, behavior issues, etc. while maintaining the rights of the family and invididual served
- Representing Civitan Services professionally in public relations, including the development of referral sources and participation in community awareness activities
A high school diploma or GED is required. Good verbal and written communication skills as well as computer literacy are also required.
Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities or work in a school/human service organization is preferred. A drug test and background checks are required for all employees.
This full-time position will assess, develop and implement individual program plans for children enrolled in Preschool Services. Provide individual instruction, evaluations and portions of the due process paperwork necessary to comply with licensing agencies. Implement, monitor and write quarterly reports and adjust as needed to meet the child’s needs. Supervise and provide support to instructors and their assigned classes. Plan, develop and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and provide the necessary documentation to support services provided. Ensure a clean safe environment is provided for children including classroom and playground areas. Communicate effectively with families on a regular basis regarding their child’s progress, health, behavioral issues, etc. Substitute in assigned classrooms when instructor is absent. File and maintain individual client files according to regulations. Assist with staff development. Develop, train and implement behavior models. Exhibit professionalism at all times. Report any concerns, questions or recommendations regarding children, program issues, etc. directly to the Preschool Director. Other duties as assigned.
A Master’s degree in Special Education is preferred. Experience working with children with developmental disabilities or experience in a preschool, health field or human service agency setting is also preferred.
A bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education (or be working on an alternative licensing plan), good verbal and written communication skills, basic computer knowledge and the ability to be sensitive to cultural differences is required.
Multiple Openings in Saline County!
Position involves supervising, training and providing assistance and support to an individual with developmental disabilities. Will work with client in areas such as recreation/leisure time in the community, communications, socialization, the development of relationships, self-care, community survival and mobility, money management, transportation and other activities that will increase the individuals participation in the community.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or a GED, ability to relate to and work with persons with developmental disabilities, ability to read and write legibly; ability to maintain accurate records. Must have use of a car, be able to drive, have a current driver’s license and liability insurance. Applicants must be able to work in a team and on a one-on-one basis.
This position reports to the Community Services Director and hours are arranged in consultation with the Director.
Sensitivity to cultural/ethical differences and basic computer skills are required. A drug test and background checks are required for all employees.