Assist our clients with developmental disabilities learning the ropes of independent living, an Instructor's primary focus is aiding the client by helping them overcome barriers in a variety of aspects of life, from budgeting to safety, and medical to time management. Thus the primary duty of an Instructor is to provide education that will include hands on demonstration, verbal prompting, the use of visual aids, etc. with the ultimate goal of the clients continuing independence. Other duties will be emailing, creation of calendars, compiling written and daily logs, and keeping good communication with fellow employees, clients, and others. Generally speaking, instruction takes place in a clients home, but at times it may occur in the community (i.e. the grocery store, their doctor's office, etc.).
- Create your own schedule (while still meeting the needs of the client)
- Good written and verbal communication
- Registered/insured vehicle
- Valid Drivers license/clean DMV Printout; First-Aid/CPR (within 90 days of hire)
- Good time management, patience, and flexibility
- Ability to work Nights and Weekends