PALS Inc. Career Opportunities
PALS Inc. is looking for employees with a dynamic personality to add to our team. If you have a big heart in supporting adults in the community and want to be apart of a great working environment--PALS Inc. is the work place for you! We offer competitive salaries/benefits to qualified employees who can provide excellent vocational training support to adults with intellectual and developmentally disabilities.
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Multiple DSP Openings available at the following locations:
Downey, El Monte, Simi Valley, Santa Barbara, Goleta, Lompoc.
Pay; $16-$18 (DOE)
Supervising adults with disabilities can be a fun, enriching role for the right person. Participants attend PALS to be engaged, listened to, laughed with, and supported in becoming more independent in their daily lives. The successful candidate must be a good listener and be skilled at working in a team-oriented environment; good communication skills are a must, as is the ability and willingness to learn therapeutic strategies to improve the lives of persons with disabilities. Routine data collection, and leading activities are a central facet of the job. This person will support adults with intellectual and cognitive disabilities by using Person Centered Practices. We're looking for creative and compassionate people who are teachers at heart, and we encourage you to bring your own ideas. Remote and In Person positions available.
Benefits: health and 401k plan, cell/gas reimbursement, paid sick, holidays and time off.
Requirement: Must have passionate with working with people, reliable transportation to transport individuals in the community, have the ability to represent the agency in the community, complete physical exam with TB test, and have clearance from DOJ/FBI.
Pay: $5,500-$7,500 (DOE)
Benefits: health and 401k benefits, cell/gas reimbursement, paid sick, holidays and time off.
Duties: This person shall serve as the primary point of contact for program daily operations. This person is responsible for overseeing and ensuring the completion of daily operations consistent with Title 17 & Title 22.
Requirement: This person shall meet Title 17 & Title 22 requirement for Program Director. In addition, this person shall not possess less than a bachelor degree from an accredited institution, but more generally shall an advanced degree in psychology, social work, education--MFT, MSW and/or BCBA is highly preferred for this position.
Must have at least (5) five years experience in a human services delivery system, including at least (2) years in management position in implementing BCBA and/or Skill System plans. In addition, this person must have passion for working with people, leading dynamic teams to create effective solutions, reliable transportation to transport individuals in the community, have the ability to represent the agency in the community, complete physical exam with TB test, and have clearance from DOJ/FBI.