Little Friends is currently seeking a dedicated, caring, DSP for a Community Support Specialist position committed to assisting developmentally disabled individuals with daily living skills in their adult residential program: The CSS is the primary direct care staff for assigned adult clients with the responsibility of ensuring that goals and objectives in the Individual Support Plan (ISP) are completed. The CSS will also work with other Support Staff in the home to assist in the completion of day to day tasks, such as, budgeting, menu planning, community outings with the clients.
• Full time positions
• Manageable residential environments (typically 4 adults per home).
• Incentive-based, career-shaping DSP training.
• Competitive Pay Rates-CSS positions start at $12.50 per hour.
• Excellent Benefits for Full-Time Positions.
*HS diploma/GED required, BA preferred.
*Must be at least 21 years of age with valid IL drivers license and good driving record. Must be able to transport clients in own vehicle.
*Must be able to pass pre-employment basic education.
*Experience with DD population preferred.
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Little Friends is a private, non-profit organization serving children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. Based in Naperville, Illinois, Little Friends operates 11 dynamic programs including three alternative schools, family support and consultation services, vocational training programs, community-based residential services and the Little Friends Center for Autism. Founde...d in 1965, Little Friends serves more than 800 people each year throughout DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Will, and western Cook counties.
Little Friends employs more than 400 professionals in a variety of full-time and part-time positions. Our dedicated staff is highly regarded for its dedication to serving children and adults with autism and other development disabilities, and for the innovative solutions they often find to help each of the individuals we serve reach their fullest potential.