Direct Support Professional (DSP)
(Full and Part Time)

Make a Difference Every Day—Direct Support Professional




You care about helping people and you believe in the power of community. You’re a great listener and encourage others to do their best. As a Direct Support Professional (DSP) – at NCC, you can make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.

“The clients become a second family. It doesn’t feel like a job. I can’t imagine life without them!”
-NCC caregiver

Care to Help – Your Job as a DSP
As a DSP – caregiver you will assist individuals with autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome and other disabilities. You’ll help with everyday activities such as:
· Preparing meals
· Helping them eat
· Talking with them
· Playing games or watching movies together

You also get to help the individuals we serve go:
· Shopping
· To movies or other events
· Bowling
· To the park or have a picnic
· Appointments or perhaps their jobs

“I love helping people with developmental disabilities—they’re just trying to make their mark in the world like everyone else.”
– an NCC Direct Support Professional

NCC Benefits

We take care of the caregivers who support our clients with benefits including:
· Cell phone discounts for Verizon and AT&T
· Tuition reimbursement
· Paid time off
· Paid training to advance your career with us
· Time-and-a-half for holidays
· Insurance and credit union memberships
· Premium pay for drivers and med passers
· Referral bonus program

NCC Supports You

We provide orientation and paid training so you can succeed in a career as a direct support professional. You’ll receive specialized training to learn new job skills. No experience is required. Just bring a passion for people and helping individuals succeed.

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OTHER POSITIONS AVAILABLE

NEW: Human Resources Manager


Minimum Qualifications

    • High School Diploma or GED; BA or BS (Preferably in a related field)
    • Minimum 1-year office experience
    • Competent in basic banking and budgeting procedures
    • Familiar with benefit enrollment process, onboarding, and management of personnel files
    • Proficient in the ability to use a computer
    • Effective written and verbal communication skills
    • Basic understand of HR laws and regulations
    • Possess excellent time management and organizational skills
    • Ability to be an approved company driver
    • Ability to become a Notary Public

Main Responsibilities

    • Management of insurance enrollment
    • Auditing and submission of supplemental insurance bills
    • ACA compliance
    • Maintaining personnel files
    • Onboarding new hires
    • Completing background and driving checks
    • Assisting the HR Director in other HR related tasks

Other Information

    • This position will be open starting in January 2020
    • Internal candidates should have less than 5 attendance points and satisfactory personnel file
    • The ideal candidate must be able to maintain a flexible schedule, demonstrate communication and organizational skills, and promote teamwork in the workplace.
LOCATION

N. Royalton
Please contact Human Resources for more information

NEW: House Manager (ICF)


Minimum Qualifications

    • High School Diploma or GED; BA or BS (Preferably in a related field)
    • Supervisory experience; 1-year preferred
    • Competent in basic banking and budgeting procedures
    • Knowledge of Group Home (ICF) operational procedures
    • Basic computer literacy and working knowledge of Microsoft Office software
    • Must be eligible to become a company driver and med passer

Main Responsibilities

    • Provide direct supervision to direct support professionals
    • Ensure that the home meets licensure and Medicaid guidelines and standards
    • Responsible for the staffing, scheduling and training of employees in the home
    • Ability to demonstrate and model person centered planning techniques
    • Generation of reports, participation in team meetings, maintaining house and individual bank accounts and completing payroll
    • Maintain on-call duties

Other Information

    • Internal candidates should have less than 5 attendance points and satisfactory personnel file
    • The ideal candidate must be able to maintain a flexible schedule, demonstrate communication and organizational skills, and promote teamwork in the workplace.
LOCATION

Alpha 1 – N. Royalton
Please contact Human Resources for more information

NEW: Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP)


Minimum Qualifications

    • BA or BS (Preferably in a related Education, Psychology or Social Work)
    • 1-year experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities
    • Knowledge of Group Home (ICF) operational procedures
    • Basic computer literacy and working knowledge of Microsoft Office software
    • Must be eligible to become a company driver and med passer

Main Responsibilities

    • Developing ISPs for each individual
    • Coordinating all aspects of the ISP services to ensure quality services
    • Providing supportive service and active treatment for individuals
    • Coordinating and developing community resources
    • Serving as a role model, mentor, and teacher of staff; supervising and measuring staff performance
    • Creating an environment that fosters supported routines for individuals with developmental disabilities

Other Information

    • Internal candidates should have less than 5 attendance points and satisfactory personnel file
    • The ideal candidate must be able to maintain a flexible schedule, demonstrate communication and organizational skills, and promote teamwork in the workplace.
LOCATION

to be determined
Contact Human Resources for more details

DSP Supervisor (Full Time)


Minimum Qualifications

    • High School Diploma or GED
    • 1-year experience working in the field of Developmental Disabilities
    • Must be qualified to be a company driver
    • Supervisory experience preferred
    • Must be an approved Company Drive and Med Passer

Main Responsibilities

    • Direct care and providing support services for individuals
    • Planning activities and community outings
    • Participating in ISP meetings and implementing services as written
    • Monitoring documentation
    • Data entry
    • Serving as a role model to integrate supported routines into daily living
    • Other duties as designated

Other Information

    • The ideal candidate must be able to maintain a flexible schedule with on-call responsibilities
    • Serve as an advocate and role model
    • Demonstrate excellent communication and organizational skills
    • Promote teamwork in the workplace

Location

Various locations throughout Cuyahoga County
Please contact Human Resources for more information

For other specific open positions and open shifts at all locations check the Job Posting page:

Job Postings

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NCC Solutions, Inc. 13405 York Rd., N Royalton, OH 44133 – FAX: 440-582-1980 – email: hrdept@necare.org.