Part-Time Respite Worker – The respite worker will provide supervision and care for a person with a disability in their own home while their primary caregiver (parent or legal guardian) is away. Respite workers follow the routine of the home: feed, assist with bath, homework, and other light duties as needed by client’s level of disability. No medical experience is required. Routine respite is non-medical care. Job requirements are: CPR and First Aid certification (UCP will pay and assist for potential employee to obtain CPR and First aid card); TB test, fingerprint clearance through FBI and DOJ; legal identification card or driver’ license, current car insurance and registration to qualify for mileage reimbursement. Hours vary dependent on the needs of the family.

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Part-Time After-School and Summer Recreation Coach – The social recreation coach will provide supervision for youth with a disability in a community setting such as the local Boys & Girls Club. The coach helps youth achieve personal goals and teaches social skills, independence skills, communication skills and safety skills. A candidate’s experience in a special education classroom as a para-professional is highly desirable. Candidate must meet job requirements which are: CPR and First Aid certification (UCP will pay and assist for potential employee to obtain CPR and First aid card); TB test, fingerprint clearance through FBI and DOJ; legal identification or driver’ license, current car insurance and registration to qualify for mileage reimbursement. Hours are twice a week after-school, typically between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.

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