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JoyDew Foundation is a non-profit, DDD and Medicaid approved day habilitation program for young adults with autism.
As an employee of JoyDew Foundation, you will enjoy the experience of a unique work environment, competitive wages, and opportunities for growing with a new innovative program.
We are seeking energetic, caring, compassionate, and dedicated individuals for variety of positions. Join a team that is making a difference in the lives of young adults with autism and their families.
We will train new employees and will continue to develop their skills and expertise while
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JoyDew Foundation is committed to the practice of Equal Employment Opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment without regard of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, familial status, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, sex, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
For immediate consideration, qualified applicants should email their resume and certifications to:
1. Program Coordinator - full time
Program Coordinator will work with the Program Executive Director to ensure smooth daily operation of the program.
- Coordinate upcoming activities for the program.
- Ensure compliance with DDD requirements.
-Assist with curriculum schedule.
- Implement behavioral procedures.
- Assist with recruiting, training, supervising, and evaluating program staff.
- Assist in program development and promotion.
- College graduate with BA degree in the field of special education/psychology or equivalent.
- Minimum of 2 years experience working with teen age or young adults with special needs.
- Possess excellent interpersonal skills.
2. Program Assistants & Support Staff - full time, part time, internship
Must be able to work with physically, mentally, and intellectually demanding young adults. RDI/DIR experience and background a plus. Assist the Program Coordinator or a specialist with activities, and work directly with clients to facilitate participant involvement.
- Must be 18 years of age or older withHigh School Diploma or equivalent
- Possess excellent interpersonal skills, interested and comfortable working with the
special needs community.
- Must take and pass all training required by DDD
- Successful clearance of state and local Background Checks
3. Specialists - full time, part time
Specialists will lead and teach specific activities.
- Therapists: Speech & Communication, Occupational Physical Therapists
- Yoga, Computers, Arts & Crafts, Team Sports instructors.