Job Description - Team Leader
The Team Leader is responsible to support adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, which include teaching job skills, and life skills, creating a positive, and friendly environment, and to identify creative solutions to encourage, support, and engage in vocational, recreational, and learning activities.
Supervisor: Provides direction and general supervision of Team Members
Trainer: Use creative techniques to teach Team Members to perform job duties, carry out the steps of habilitation training, and plans, and facilitate enrichment activities
Role Model: Demonstrate the ability to perform job duties as well as model and teach appropriate
workplace behavior, and participate in enrichment activities
Team Member: Attend, and contribute information, and suggestions in (or for) team meetings
Other Functions: Provide a healthy, safe, and positive learning/working environment. Provide required documentation in a timely manner
Examples of Duties:
Some duties of a Team Leader may include, but are not limited to:
Teaching specific job skills to Team Members
Assist with recreational, and life skill activities
Assisting Team Members to complete required paperwork
Successfully managing challenging behavioral issues
Assisting Team Members to maintain appropriate workplace hygiene
Settling minor disputes among Team Members, and acting as a liaison between employees, and employer
Maintaining communication with United Cerebral Palsy of Nevada Management as requested
Completing required paperwork in a professional, and timely manner
Must be 18 years of age with a valid photo ID and proof of eligibility to work in the United States
Must have High School Diploma or G.E.D equivalent
Must have reliable method of travel to work site
Must have a history of being punctual and reliable
Must demonstrate a desire to work with people with disabilities, and a willingness to learn
Director, Assistant Director, Site Supervisors, Human Resources, President.
All communications with Employers, Service Coordinators, SLA providers, parents, guardians, etc., should FIRST be reported to Site Supervisors, the Assistant Director of Services and/or the Director. Should any of the above contact the Team Leader directly; you are to notify the site supervisor and the Assistant Director of Services for appropriate follow-up.
All Progress Notes, Monthly Reports, Payroll Timesheets, Incident Reports, and other required paperwork will be provided to the Site Supervisor, Assistant Director of Services, and/or Director.
Classification and Required Conditions of Employment
Criminal Background Check
Tuberculosis Screening (or ability to obtain within 30 days of employment)
CPR/First Aid Certified (or ability to obtain within 30 days of employment)
Shift hours are typically Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
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