SOAR/Teen Club Direct Support Professional

As a Direct Support Professional (DSP) in the SOAR Teen Club program, you will support individuals with developmental disabilities, ages 12-21, who require protective oversight, behavioral support, or assistance with activities of daily living to maximize their ability to be as independent as possible. In this role, you will work to implement individualized support plans, complete reports and document care, promote the wellbeing of our participants, and provide training, coaching, and assistance to participants in daily living skills as needed. Additionally, you can expect to assist with transportation, providing personal care needs, and assisting youth on community outings.

SOAR (Social Opportunities and Recreation) offers three program options at various locations throughout St. Charles County: Teen Club, Break Camp and Summer Camp. The SOAR Teen Club program is a Monday – Friday program that operates from when middle/high school dismisses to 6 p.m.

Part-Time, Up to 20 Hours/Week

Pay Rate: Starting at $18 per hour

Position Requirements:
• Must be 17 or older
• Must meet prerequisites for employment, which includes:
o Criminal Background Check,
o Division of Aging Employee Disqualification List, and
o A valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance and an acceptable driving record must be maintained. Must be able to drive a large van and take and pass defensive driving course.

Don’t have any relevant experience? We provide all the necessary training needed and you will get paid as you train!

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