Job Opportunities

DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL

What is a Direct Support Professional?
Direct Support Professionals provide support and supervision to individuals who have developmental, mental health, or physical disabilities. 

What are the responsibilities of a Direct Support Professional?
Helps to establish and keep community relationships and friendships. Assists individuals with daily routines including, but not limited to, household tasks, cooking and eating, individual self-care, socializing, use of leisure time, health and safety, money management and behavior management. Administers medications. Provides transportation. Documents servies and eventsthrough an online computer program.

Who makes a great Direct Support Professional?
An individual who:

Has a passion for helping others Is flexible and dependable Displays the qualities of the company’s core values including enthusiasm, commitment, humility, and ownership Why is being a Direct Support Professional so rewarding? Direct Support Professionals get to know new people and create relationships.  They also get to participate in new experiences and have fun while at work!  Direct Support Professionals go home every single day knowing they made a difference.

Who are we looking for?
Applicants must be 18 years or older, with a high school diploma or equivalent and one year of experience delivering services to individuals with disabilities.  Individuals applying with Genesis Group Homes must also possess a valid driver’s license, have access to an insured vehicle, have a clean driving record, and need to pass a DHS background study.  Applicants also must possess basic computer skills to be successful in this position.

House Supervisor

What is a House Supervisor?
House Supervisors oversee the support and supervision of individuals who have developmental, mental health, or physical disabilities.  House Supervisors manage the employees assigned to their site and are responsible for overall management of the household. 

What are the responsibilities of a House Supervisor?
Develops and demonstrates person centered and therapeutic working relationships with individuals, staff, families and friends, management, and other agency personnel. Maintains employee schedules and time cards. Ensures that all employment standards are met per federal and state law, and GGH’s policies and procedures. Confirms Direct Support Professionals have met their employment requirements and are completing all job duties. Trains new employees assigned to their site. Participates in the writing all monthly, quarterly, annual, or as assigned reviews and reports. Consults with medical providers and document results; convey important information about incidents, accidents, and illnesses to the DC and IDT. Manages individual and company funds. Assists individuals with daily routines including, but not limited to, household tasks, cooking and eating, individual self-care, socializing, use of leisure time, health and safety, money management and behavior management.  Administers medications. Provides transportation. Documents through an online computer program, all services and events.

Who makes a great House Supervisor?
An individual who:

Has a passion for helping others. Has management/leadership experience. Is comfortable with independent decision making and problem solving. Displays the qualities of the company’s core values including enthusiasm, commitment, humility, and ownership. Why is being a House Supervisor so rewarding? House Supervisors get the opportunity to teach new Direct Support Professionals about how to be successful in this field!  In this position, employees enjoy a variety of work including management, care and supervision for individuals in our homes, training, as well as administrative work.  House Supervisors go home every single day knowing not only that they make a difference in individuals lives, but employees lives as well!

Who are we looking for?
Applicants must be 18 years or older, with a high school diploma or its equivalent and three years of experience delivering services to individuals with disabilities.  College coursework in psychology, social work, or social services is a plus. Individuals applying with Genesis Group Homes must also possess a valid driver’s license, have access to an insured vehicle, have a clean driving record, and need to pass a DHS background study.  Applicants also must possess basic computer skills to be successful in this position.

Designated Coordinator

The primary purpose of the position is to directly, or by delegation, perform all leadership and management functions within the assigned caseload.  This position is responsible for service operations, quality assurance, site-based systems, and internal and external working relations. This position ensures that all services are delivered according to GGH policies and procedures; county contracts; Coordinated Service and Support Plans (CSSP) and CSSP Addendum; all applicable federal, state and county statutes, rules and regulations, and policy.  This position is assigned the authority, responsibility, and sole accountability to carry out duties during normal and unusual operating conditions. This position may also deliver direct services to individuals. Other responsibilities include continuing staff development and other duties as assigned by management