The Point Arc Serving Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati

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Current job opportunities are listed below.  Please check back often for open opportunities if you do not see a job opportunity listed.  Contact Elizabeth Suhre, Director of Human Resources, for further questions or to send a resume.


Individuals who are visually impaired may contact Elizabeth Suhre at 859-491-9191 ext. 112 for assistance with applying, or can apply in person at our main office located at 104 West Pike Street, Covington, KY 41011.


Direct Support Professionals -  We are currently seeking Direct Support Professionals to serve adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities in group home and staffed residence settings.  Our residents live in a home environment with 24 hour support provided.  Each home has 3-6 residents, and is located in a communtiy setting.  Unlike facility employment, we offer an opportunity to make a significant difference in the life of our residents by having most shifts double staffed providing a low staff to resident ratio.  We are currently seeking part-time and full-time applicants for our new locations in Independence and Erlanger, as well as existing locations throughout Northern Kentucky.  If you want a career where you can really spend time with and appreciate individuals and to make a difference in someone's life, then this is the position for you!

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide personal care to residents including showering/bathing, skin care, grooming, dressing/undressing, transfers, positioning, meal and hydration assistance
  • Maintain confidentiality and respect the dignity of each resident at all times
  • Ensure the safety, welfare, and rights of all residents
  • Assist residents with daily living activities
  • Assist in evaluating residents' abilities in self-care, home management, and social/leisure skills
  • Transport residents to various locations, such as medical/dental appointments and social outings, as necessary
  • Use agency vehicles and equipment responsibly
  • Be responsible for providing a homelike environment while meeting the physical, social, and psychological needs of the residents
  • Provide ongoing supportive training to assist residents in acheiving the maximum potential for independence and self-direction
  • Respond as trained to any medical issues that arise in the home
  • Document residents' individual program plans, goals, and daily progress notes
  • Administer and oversee medications in accordance with established policies and procedures (training provided)
  • Assist in meal preparation and menu planning
  • Maintian a healthy and clean living environment
  • Other duties as assigned

Eligible candidates must be at least 21 years of age, OR at least 18 years of age with a high school diploma or GED.  State Registered Nurses Aide (SRNA), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), or State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) preferred.  Prior experience working with individuals with intelelctual/developmental disabilities and/or behavioral supports is preferred.  Candidates must possess a valid drivers license with an acceptable driving record.  Candidates must be able to pass a drug test and extensive background checks.  Candidates must have reliable transportation to and from work.  Must have availability to work day hours, evenings, overnights and weekends.


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