Staff Supervisor/Direct Care Worker Trainer
United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona Tucson, AZ
- Expired: February 24, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description UCP of Southern Arizona (UCPSA) is currently seeking a Bi-Lingual (English & Spanish) Staff Supervisor/DCW Trainer. The Staff Supervisor is responsible for the orientation and ongoing evaluation of caregivers. Ideal candidates must be able to motivate, coach and provide clear direction to Direct Care Workers to achieve the highest level of home care for individuals with disabilities and the elderly.
They must ensure all direct care staff understand and comply with UCPSA policies and procedures and member care plans. They will maintain positive leadership and give frequent performance feedback. This job is ideal for someone who is dependable, thrives in a high pressure environment. Essential Job Functions: · Must have excellent Spanish/English written and oral communication skills · Provide leadership and employ affective conflict resolution skills. · Use critical thinking, problem solving, time management, and interpersonal skills. · Possesses exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. · Always represent UCPSA in a professional manner. · Interview and process new employees. · Teach potential and existing employees based on the AHCCS DCW curriculum. · Conduct Article 9 trainings. * Direct Care Worker experience a must UCPSA is proud to offer: Competitive Pay Management Support Generous Vacation & Sick leave 10 Paid Holidays Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, EAP 401(k) Retirement Plan with Match Program Growth & Advancement Opportunities On-going Training & Development Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org UCP of Southern Arizona 630 N.
Craycroft Tucson, AZ 85711 www.ucpsa.org Company Description UCPSA has been an affiliate of the national organization since 1962. UCPSA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing services and support to individuals with all disabilities and the elderly. Up to 70% of the individuals served by UCPSA have a disability other than cerebral palsy.
UCPSA has an administrative staff of about 65 people and about 750 direct care workers, each of whom help people with disabilities and the elderly develop greater independence in their lives. UCPSA strives to continually improve and build on its programs and services. With the continued support of generous donors, such as Circle K, and its committed staff, the agency will continue to help people live life without limits.
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