Employment type: full-time / non-exempt

Position Description: To provide meaningful educational and pre vocational activities to developmentally disabled adults. Providing supervision, mentorship and teaching opportunities so that they may learn the skills of daily living. To enhance their choice making and empowering the individuals to make informed decisions about their own life experiences.

Job duties:

  • Following all customers Service Plans, Individual Service and Support Plans, and the recommendations of team members

  • Providing daily documentation, as per PPCH policies and procedures and the rules/ regulations of Division for Developmental Disabilities adhering to professional standards as well as federal, state and local requirements

  • Ensure the safety and wellbeing of all customers by providing proper Medical supervision and assisting as needed

  • Keeps medications ready by inventorying stock, placing orders and verifying receipt

  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities and reading professional publications

  • Ongoing communications with supervisors, team members, family members regarding any issue, concerns, or problems concerning Medical needs

  • Verify patient information on all agency medical forms/medication records and input medical history into the computer system.

  • Returns and makes phone calls to Caregivers, Physicians and clients as requested

  • Attend team meetings and staffing’s as requested by your Program Director

  • Maintains the monthly Independent Living Services newsletter for clients

  • Pays all Independent Living Services clients’ monthly phone bills

  • All duties are carried out with the upmost professionalism and appropriate manner at all times

  • Observing confidentiality of customers and PPCH operations.

  • Provide supervision and assistance door to door for each customer

  • Review safety checks and communicate any concerns regarding PPCH vehicles.

  • Being familiar with all PPCH policies and procedures as well as those outlined by the Division for Developmental Disabilities.

  • Must attend and show competency in all PPCH training and meetings.

  • Duty

  • Must abide by and follow the rules and regulations, as set forth by the Division of Intellectual Disabilities.


Benefits for full time employees:

  • Paid Vacation, Holidays and Sick time

  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance

  • 401k



  • Must knowledge of PPCH operations and systems

  • Must have hands on experience working with children with developmental disabilities

  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent

  • Any experience or knowledge of the health care field

  • Ability to read and write English proficiently

  • Good oral and written communication skills

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office components

  • Professional attitude and teamwork mentality

  • Outstanding attendance and ability to self-direct

  • Current/Valid Colorado Driver’s License

  • Good driving record that meets the requirements of agencies insurance carrier

  • Ability to pass criminal background checks

  • Must be able to document your eligibility to legally work in the United States


Minimum Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:

  • Must be able to lift approximately 75lbs. 

  • Requires repetitive lifting and carrying of approximately 15lbs as it pertains to customer care items and/or office supplies.

  • Must be able to push/pull a wheelchair with a customer of moderate weight. 

  • Must be able to physically assist customers with transfers from wheelchair to changing table, toilet or car seat as needed.

  • Requires moderate amount of reaching over head and away from body

  • May be required to bend, stoop, squat and climb as it pertains to assessing an environment and/or to customer care.

  • Requires staff to sit for periods of time, walk for up to several hours at a time with breaks

  • Work is primarily indoors and out in the community, which does require driving and brief exposure to various elements and road conditions. 

  • Must be able to operate a vehicle in varying weather conditions. 

  • Must be cognitive and utilize safety skills while walking, driving and maneuvering through various weather conditions.

  • Must be able to sit in a moving vehicle for long periods of time.

  • Daily significant contact with agency personnel and its employees or contractors as well as outside governing agencies and benefit carriers. 

  • Daily significant contact with individuals with Developmental Disabilities. 

  • Daily contact with community members and professionals within the community.


The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. 

It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of essential functions, responsibilities or requirements.


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Arvada & Lakewood, CO
Parker Personal Care Homes 2018