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Part - Time Program Specialist

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Posted By:
Craig Strohbeck
Posting ID:
3867k4135
Location:
Clayton
Telephone:
314-863-0202
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Category:Nonprofit / Social Services
Listing Type:Job
Employment:Part Time
Company:Pathways to Independence

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Pathways to Independence, a non-profit agency supporting adults with learning disabilities and associated developmental disorders through a group, recreation/leisure based social development program, is seeking a PART-TIME PROGRAM SPECIALIST. This team member will support and oversee participants from the City of St. Louis and those who utilize the agency’s private-pay option. The proper candidate will begin supporting 15-20 participants and develop the program among the service areas identified. Successful candidate will begin with a schedule of 8-12 hours per week both during the regular work day and during evenings and weekends. A partial list of job requirements and duties is listed below.

Interested candidates are encouraged to send cover letter and resume to the attention of:

Craig Strohbeck, CTRS
Pathways to Independence
200 South Hanley Rd., Suite 103
Clayton, MO 63105
email (preferred) - see post
Phone: 314-863-0202
Fax: 314-863-7865

Pathways to Independence is an equal opportunity employer. Pathways to Independence is partially funded by the Productive Living Board of St. Louis County and the St. Louis Office for Developmental Disability Resources.

For more information about the agency, please visit our website at pathways2independence dot com.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires:

• A Bachelors Degree, preferably with a background in recreation and/or social services, or experience in the social service related field.
• Use of a vehicle and proof of insurance. Transporting program participants in agency vehicle is a requirement.
• Work schedule varies based on the needs of the program participants, but is primarily Tuesday-Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.
• The successful completion and maintenance of Adult CPR and Standard First Aid and other trainings as specified in the agency Policy Manual.
• Submit to a criminal records check and driving records check.
• Energetic, creative individual with good communication and organizational skills. Knowledge of community resources and ability to use word processing programs on the computer. Ability to promote independence, community involvement, social skill enhancement, leadership skills and safety awareness for adults with disabilities.

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