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Purpose: To provide quality care for Intellectually Disabled Adults and maintain the level of programming established by the Administration.


  1. Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent
  2. One year work experience in human services or direct service with persons with developmental disabilities preferred – not required.
  3. Has demonstrated a commitment to a supportive and respectful attitude that empowers persons with disabilities to develop to their highest potential.
  4. Has demonstrated the ability to maintain co-operative relationships with fellow employees, persons for whom care is being given, parents and other persons and agencies involved with the residential facility.


  1. Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle operator's license, and a clear driving record.
  2. Good health as verified by a health screening, including a TB test, performed by a physician within six (6) months prior to, or seven (7) days after, date of employment.
  3. Possession of a current American Red Cross First Aid and CPR certificate or enrollment in the next available class.
  4. Department of Justice criminal record (fingerprint) clearance (DOJ).
  5. Must be 18 years of age, fluent in English.
  6. Must sign a criminal statement.


  1. Responsible for the overall safety and well-being of the consumers.
  2. Responsible for required daily record keeping.
  3. Responsible for adhering to all SFRC safety standards.
  4. Will consult with House Manager on any decisions affecting program design.
  5. Will maintain a co-operative working relationship with significant others, appropriate agencies, fellow employees, Board members, and members of the community.
  6. Will attend all staff meetings, in service, workshops, and other job-related meetings as requested, unless prior arrangements have been made.
  7. Will demonstrate respect for the residents and treat them in a dignified, respectful and humane manner.
  8. Will respect the residents' rights and property and maintain confidentiality.
  9. Assisting with personal care: bathing and grooming, dressing, toileting, and exercise.
  10. Basic food preparation: preparing meals, shopping, housekeeping, laundry, and other errands.
  11. General health care: overseeing medication and prescriptions usage, appointment reminders and medication assistance.
  12. Mobility assistance: help with getting in and out of vehicles or shower.
  13. Personal supervision: providing constant companionship and general supervision.
  14. Transportation: driving to and from activities, running errands, and personal shopping while maintaining proper staff to client ratio.
  15. Emotional support: being a stable companion and supporter in all matters personal, health-related and emotional.
  16. Care for the consumers: orienting or grounding someone with developmental delays, relaying information from a doctor to family members.
  17. Back-up care services: providing other caregivers a break.
  18. Home organization: help with organizing, packing or cleaning for a trip, or general house care and cleaning.
  19. Health monitoring: following a care plan and noticing any changes in the individual's health, recording and reporting any differences.
  20. Will supervise residents, ensure resident safety and encourage care of personal hygiene and support growth of self esteem and self worth.
  21. Will report incidents of alleged harm, abuse or behavior change to House Manager or Administrator
  22. Will advocate for residents and provide routine counseling in accordance with individual program plan.