Careers

QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

Provides direct care for consumers of age 12 to 18 years old.  The Residential Qualified Professional shall perform clinical and administrative responsibilities a minimum of 10 hours each week; 70% of the time shall occur when Consumers are awake and present in the facility. The Qualified Professional is responsible for the safety and security of all consumers; therefore the ability to set and observe therapeutic boundaries is a critical function.  The Qualified Professional is expected to be professional and therapeutic in his/her practices and interactions with the consumer and develop healthy, positive relationships with them.

RESIDENDIAL PARA PROFESSIONAL 

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The Residential Para Professional provides direct care for consumers of age 10 to 18 years old.  The Residential Para Professional is responsible for the safety and security of all consumers; therefore the ability to set and observe therapeutic boundaries is a critical function.  The Para Professional is responsible for consistently demonstrating efforts to contain, redirect and actively confront inappropriate behaviors and assist consumers in unlearning maladaptive behaviors and assisting the consumer in improving relationships at school, work and/or other community settings. Para Professional is responsible for the documentation of interactions with consumers and the effectiveness of the interactions in daily shift notes expected to be professional and therapeutic in his/her practices and interactions with the consumer and develop healthy, positive relationship with them.

LEVEL III RESIDENTIAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONAL 

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The Residential Associate Professional is a full time employee who meets or exceeds the requirements of an associate professional as set forth in 10A NCAC 27G .0104(1) provides direct care for consumers of age 10 to 18 years old.  The Residential Associate Professional manages and oversees the daily operations of the Level III Residential Facility which includes but is not limited to the supervision of paraprofessionals, Participation in Child and family Team meetings and is responsible for the safety and security of all consumers; therefore the ability to set and observe therapeutic boundaries is a critical function as well as the ability to exhibit maturity and critical thinking skills AEB on the spot problem solving and the ability to interact professionally with  members of each Consumer’s CFT, Direct Care Staff, Agency Administrative Staff and Community Stakeholders.  The Associate Professional is expected to be professional and therapeutic in his/her practices and interactions with the consumer and develop healthy positive Therapeutic relationships with them.