Full-time plus 24-hour on-call responsibilities
Danville Services is dedicated to helping every client achieve his or her desired quality of life. People with a disability often require assistance to manage lifes daily challenges. We are here every single day, with our chins up and our hearts open, to support these people with love, compassion, and dedication.
We support our clients every day whether they are enjoying their morning routine, exploring new things in the community, or getting ready for a family style dinner and quiet evening at home; our employees enrich the lives of our clients (and they enrich ours!).
The ideal candidate already knows they are meant for this position. Whether you have recent experience or you have been missing this type of work, you are ready to apply your knowledge in this managerial position. We understand different people work differently, and we want everyone we hire to be inspired and love what they do. This means that we provide the resources to continue learning, and give the flexibility to tailor your schedule to the needs of each program.
We take client-care education seriously, part of that philosophy includes the ongoing support and continued training of our Program Directors. We are looking for directors that embrace those ideals, and love bringing joy to others.
This opportunity affords the right person a chance to provide a refreshing and fun client experience while providing those critical daily support services our clients need. As a Program Director, you'll go a step further and provide guidance to managers and employees, coordinate services with and for the clients, and become a resource for all involved.
We have outstanding benefits. Employees enjoy a flexible paid time off schedule; medical, dental, vision, and life insurance; short-term and long-term disability, along with a great employee assistance program; ongoing training and development; and last but not least, the knowledge that they are making a difference in the lives of our clients.
- An unencumbered RN license, or a Bachelor's degree in the human services field
- A minimum of one year of experience in working with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities
- Supervisory, quality assurance, and employee training experience preferred
A current resume and proof of educational background (photo of diploma or transcripts) are required to be submitted with this application.