All applicants need to complete an application when applying for all position openings at ASPIRO.
Minorities Encouraged to Apply.
Current Open Positions
One-On-One Support Staff - plans daily and monthly activities for assigned client(s) using their Person Centered Plan. Makes necessary preparations to carry out all activities, including work, classes and community outings. Provides instruction, assistance and supervision for assigned client(s) in areas such as: activities of daily living, work, leisure-time, recreation, sports, socialization and all other areas identified in their Person Centered Plan. Assists client(s) with daily personal care as needed including toileting, showering, nail care, tooth brushing, feeding assistance, and incontinent care. If this involves assigned client(s), safely transports client(s) to community activities by driving company vehicles, which may include operation of wheelchair lifts. Assists in maintaining a neat, clean and safe environment by cleaning bathrooms, sweeping and wiping floors, wiping tables and counters, shampooing furniture and performing general housekeeping as needed. Creates an environment that supports learning and positive social interactions and relationships. Provides individualized attention, which encourages assigned client(s) to maintain or attain the highest practical physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being. Practices acceptable crisis prevention and intervention strategies. Follows safe lifting practices in lifting client(s) to and from wheelchairs or from reclining positions to sitting and/or standing. Operates automated lift equipment as needed. Full-Time, 30 Hours Per Week, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Respite Care Worker - provides specified care per families for assigned clients. Work is performed at either the client's home or your home depending on the respite request. This position is an on-call position and cannot guarantee that any work hours will be made available in a given pay period to the employee. Schedules vary depending on the families' needs. Currently looking for in-home and out of home respite for children and adults. Hours needed - late afternoon hours, evening hours, weekends, before/after school, early dismissals and days off of school.
Home Support Worker - works cooperatively with the person receiving services through the Residential Options Program (ROP), provides needed support for people living semi-independently in their residence. Essential duties require housekeeping and money management skills, the ability to support housemates in exploring choices, problem solving and decision-making while maintaining a stable and safe environment. Other essential duties include attendance, punctuality, strict confidentiality, innovation, and perseverance, ability to get work done on time, communication skills, interpersonal skills, and customer service skills. Written reports require accuracy, thoroughness, and timeliness. Part-Time, 1 to 7 Hours Per Week (evenings and weekends between 3:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.)