Art Specialist Community Integration Noble East
Noble Indianapolis, IN
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
PLAN, ORGANZE AND DIRECT NOBLE'S THERAPUTIC ART PROGRAM TO ADVANCE THE UNDERSTANDING AND VALUE OF VISUAL ARTS IN LEARNING NEW SKILLS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENAL DISABILITES
Duties and Responsibilities
Plan, organize, and direct Noble’s therapeutic arts program for individuals served.
Develop and implement meaningful art activities that are age-appropriate and promote individual creative expression.
Instruct individuals in the use of various art materials such as paint, clay, pencils, etc.
Develop relationships with the local art community to support Noble’s art program through the use of volunteers and guest artists.
Promote the use of fine, gross, and sensory motor skills through various artistic mediums and activities.
Coordinate participation in various events and venues to showcase artwork created by individuals served (i.e. art fairs, libraries, etc.).
Understand and implement Individual Support Plans of individuals served. ISP’s may include, but are not limited to, teaching, assisting, facilitating and building on the individual’s strengths in the following areas: health and safety, recreation, social skills, self-advocacy, employment, personal hygiene, meal planning and food preparation, shopping, budgeting and bill payment, and housekeeping and laundry.
Assess, implement and evaluate progress on identified goals/outcomes for individuals assigned, in accordance with the Individual Support Plan.
Provide direct, interactive supervision and support to engage with individuals served during all activities, and as directed by the supervisor.
Attend to the daily personal, self-care needs (i.e. feeding, toileting, etc.) of individuals served in a timely manner and in a way that signifies respect and dignity to the individual. Requires lifting and transferring of individuals as necessary.
Understand and implement the strategies and techniques in Behavior Support Plans, as applicable.
Administer medication as prescribed by the individual’s health care provider and in compliance with medication administration standards, and document such information in accordance with the individual’s support plan, physician’s orders and agency procedures.
Identify adaptations and/or alternative supports so that each individual may actively participate in all activities of their choice.
Provide transportation to and from community activities for individuals served using personal and/or agency vehicles.
Promote, facilitate and establish linkages and community supports for individuals served.Education Requirement:
- Bachelor’s degree in Art, Art Therapy or related area of art studies.
- Must provide own transportation, have valid driver’s license and driving record must meet insurability requirements.
- Must maintain and provide documentation of auto insurance at limits set by agency.
- Must have ability to lift/move individuals and/or materials weighing up to 75 lbs. periodically.
- Must maintain CPR and First Aid certification, and must stay current on all other training as defined by state, accreditation body or organization guidelines.
Noble is a qualifying organization under the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
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