Day Break Aide

The Hub on Smith
Job Description
The Hub on Smith is accepting applications for a Day Break Aide. Day Break is an exciting and fun place to work, so if you have a desire to help people; are energetic, fun loving, a great conversationalist and like facilitating activities, this might be the job you are looking for.

This position works approximately 24 standard hours per week - Monday through Friday. The rate of pay is $11.00 per hour.
o You must be at least eighteen years of age
o Possess a High School diploma or its equivalent
o Experience working with older adults and/or people with disabilities is preferred
o Must be able to pass a Central Registry & Division of Criminal Investigations background check.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please submit your application to the front desk at The Hub – Monday-Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The Hub on Smith is an equal opportunity provider, and an equal employment opportunity and “At Will” employer. 

LOCATION: 211 Smith Street - Sheridan, WY 82801
REPORTS TO: Day Break Director

Essential Job Functions Include:
• Routinely provides supervision and assistance to dependent adults on a daily basis
• Participates in activities with participants one-on-one and in a group setting
• Initiates conversation with Day Break participants and encourages their participation in activities
• Communicates and works with individuals in a respectful manner
• May assist participants with bathing, grooming and needed personal care
• Completes orientation and on-going training as directed
• Orients participants to Day Break Program
• Maintains confidentiality
• Reports concerns of health and safety regarding an individual or the program to supervisor immediately
• Daily completes documentation per Day Break Policies and Procedures
• Participates in staff and client meetings
• Is knowledgeable and complies with Day Break Policies and Procedures
• Works as a cooperative team member with other staff in the area
• Other duties as assigned

Physical Demands:
• Frequently transfers, lifts, positions and physically assists individuals receiving services exerting up to 50 pounds of force unassisted
• Full range of physical motion required
• Frequently communicates and exchanges information with others
• Regularly observes and assesses clients
• Must be able and willing to perform CPR and Basic 1st Aide
• TB testing required on an annual basis

Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Experience working with older adults and people with disabilities
• Ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in writing

Minimum Qualifications:
Eighteen years of age. Possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent. Experience working with older adults &/or people with disabilities preferred. Employment dependent on ability to pass a Central Registry and Division of Criminal Investigations background check.
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