Assure timely implementation and completion of trainings in AID programs per accreditation, licensure and certification rules and procedures; organize and facilitate trainings and conduct assigned training. As the Relias Administrator, post curriculum and sessions per AID procedures, training staff on use of Relias, and trouble shooting. Set up locations for face-to-face training. Document and maintain training reports and records. Work collaboratively with programs and management to assure completion of assigned trainings by staff, interns and volunteers in an expeditious manner. Assure training materials are routinely updated with current policies, procedures, and best practice. Assist with preparation of and during surveys and audits, and participate in other quality improvement activities, as assigned.
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Bachelor’s degree in a human service field required
Experience working in the field of human services, with at least one year working directly with people with developmental disabilities
Must meet QIDP qualifications
Minimum age requirement: 21 years
Use of personal automobile to drive self
Must have and maintain
A valid Illinois driver’s license
The minimum amount of automobile liability insurance, as defined in AID’s Personnel Policies
AID’s driver eligibility requirements.
Attendance: Work scheduled hours. Flexibility required to work evenings and weekends to meet employee training needs.
Ability to work multiple locations.
Good teaching skills
Detail oriented and organized
Ability to multi-task
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Physical agility and stamina to repetitively demonstrate and practice the ability to push, pull, reach, stoop, bend over, kneel, and crouch during staff training
Ability to train staff on physical crisis intervention including CPI restraint techniques
Able to train staff to teach daily housekeeping, independent living skills, self-care, transportation, home appliances, and assistive devices.
Ability to lift and move up to 20 pounds
About Association for Individual Development
To empower people with physical, developmental, intellectual and mental health challenges to enjoy lives of dignity and purpose
Recognized leader providing best quality outcomes for individuals served in areas of housing, employment, community integration, health promotion, recovery and crisis prevention
AID IS A REGISTERED 501(c)(3) NON-PROFIT