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CLINICAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL
This position will require advanced knowledge of mental health and positive behavioral support, advanced training expectations and when appropriate and necessary, sharing of overall department/team goals. This position must encourage the best practice of supporting people using evidence-based therapeutic models and environmental change to achieve consistent, stable and productive lives.
DSP AREA RELIEF
A primary purpose of the DSP-AR is to assist people who need support to lead self-directed lives and to participate fully in our communities and nation. The DSP-AR is generally utilized when there are long-term openings or there is a need for additional staff. It is the role of the DSP-AR to provide a feeling of reassurance, stability, and support to the team members and people supported. They are role models, mentors, and ambassadors to the team members they work with and people they support. Work schedule varies in days/times/location, you will receive your schedule at least 2 weeks in advance from your supervisor. You will also need to provide on-call support for one week every five weeks.
INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL
An Individualized Support Professional will support people with intellectual disabilities to live their lives as they choose and participate within their community. You may assist people with food preparation, personal health and hygiene needs, personal and household shopping, personal funds management and all required documentation. Successful candidates will be ethical, patient, reliable, communicative, compassionate, able to work independently, and adaptable.
Successful candidates will have a strong commitment to the people supported by PCL and our mission and values, ethical decision making, provide great customer service, a dedication to learn and improve skills, able to have fun at work in a respectful manner, able to work independently and address multiple priorities, take great pride in meeting deadlines and the quality of work they produce, work within a budget and have computer skills.
SERVICE TEAM COORDINATOR IN TRAINING
The STCT is responsible for learning all the associated responsibilities for leading teams of Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) who provide services in the homes of people who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and sometimes co-occurring mental illness. This position requires an individual with strong, or developing, leadership/management skills: and, ideally, a human services background. A successful STCT will be able to demonstrate how to ensure quality service delivery as well as compliance with State regulations and all agency policies. Additionally, a STCT will be able to learn/demonstrate the ability to lead through team development, open communication and also promote and challenge learning indicatives for those supervised and the people we support. This includes promoting a positive team attitude and be able to effectively respond to unexpected changes or demands. As this STCT is an in-training position, it is expected that, upon completion of training and an open STC caseload occurs, that the person in this position will fill the open caseload and will transition to a new position of STC Apprentice (salaried exempt, up to $3,600/monthly DOE).
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL
A primary purpose of the DSP is to assist people who need support to lead self-directed lives and to participate fully in our communities and nation. This emphasis on empowerment and participation is critical because the prejudices of society form powerful barriers that prevent many people with mental or physical disabilities from enjoying a high quality of life. It is the mandate of the DSP to follow the individual path suggested by the unique gifts, preferences, and needs of each person they support, and to walk in partnership with the person, and those who love him or her, toward a life of opportunity, well-being, freedom, and contribution.
We are excited that you have shown interest in working for our organization. We feel that we offer a fun and challenging work environment. Before you fill out an application, there are a few things we would like you to know about PCL.
For Northern Branch~ Contact Davida @ 503-838-2403 ext. 372
For Southern Branch~ Contact Melissa @ 541-955-5186
- Must be 18 years of age
- Must be able to pass a basic computer skills assessment
- Must pass required DHS background check. Click here for link to current Potential Disqualifying Crimes and Conditions. Fingerprints may be required.
- Must pass Pre-employment drug screening.
- Must be able to regularly lift and transfer 25 pounds or one-fourth of your body weight (whichever is less). Some positions do require a higher lifting requirement.
- Must have a valid driver’s license with a minimum of three (3) years of driving experience and be insurable through our organization’s insurance company. Click here for driver eligibility guide.
- Complete and maintain all certifications as required by the position, PCL and other governing agencies
- PCL pays its Team Members one time a month, typically on the first business day of the month.
- New Hire Training is paid at Orientation wages, which is minimum wage. After successfully completing New Hire Orientation and Core Competencies wages start from $11.00/hour – $12.50/hour, depending on location and service department.
- We provide an initial New Hire Orientation consisting of two (2) weeks of classroom and on-site training. Typically the training is Mon – Fri, 8am – 5pm. Some evening or weekend training may be required.
- Training for Northern Oregon Division is held in Monmouth. Training for Southern Oregon Division is held in Grants Pass. Click here for sample Orientation Calendar for Northern Oregon Division.
- Promote and implement PCL’s mission in the lives of those we support
- Provide a stable living environment by promoting and attending to the individual’s right to respect and dignity, individual choice and input, and health and safety needs at all times.
- Dependable, reliable and regular work attendance
- Take pride in meeting deadlines and the quality of work they produce
- Complete all duties related to being a Mandatory Abuse Reporter
- Responding to emergency and/or crisis situations (may require physical intervention)
- Able to schedule and coordinate multiple projects
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Well organized and attentive to detail
- Cooperative and willing to learn
- Able to operate all related computer applications and business machines
- Ability to interpret various instructions
- Ability to perform basic math skills
- Ability to read a variety of books, magazines, instruction manuals and other related writings
- Ability to prepare written reports using proper punctuation, spelling and grammar
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Team Members of the Year
Every month at least three PCL team members are recognized as Staff of the Month. These employees are the ones who go out of their way each and every day to help the people we support lead great lives. At the end of the year, 3 people who received Staff of the Month during that year are selected as the Team Members of the Year. These 3 recipients are awarded a plaque, a gift card, a customized jacket and a $500 getaway package.
Audrey’s knowledge of support for people is truly remarkable. She seems to be a walking encyclopedia of knowledge for this field and is a bright light for the people she supports as well as her teammates.
David is very motivated and loves to encourage those around him. His work continues to be an example of the incredible impact that a Direct Support Professional can have.
Neni always has a smile on her face when she comes into work. She has an awesome sense of humor and uses it to brighten the lives of the people we support as well as her teammates.