Residential Program

In 1979, Quilceda Community Services began providing residential care for adults with developmental disabilities. Providing quality, individualized care in homey, low-income residences has been the paramount concern of the agency since inception.

 

This agency concern continues to the present. Quilceda Community Services is known for having highly trained, compassionate, long-term caregivers who are dedicated to their disabled clients. In a profession with high employee turnover, the agency rarely has unfilled positions.

 

Quilceda Community Services is qualified to receive funds as a Certified Supportive Living Provider, licensed as an Adult Family Home Provider, and as a Private Pay Provider. The Residential Manager oversees all residential sites and has a good working knowledge of the regulations/expectations for each funding category.

 

Though each residential site has different funding sources and functions differently, the care provided to clients remains the same - consistent, quality, and individualized.

 

The agency promotes healthy living for it's tenants and employees. Being a tobacco-free agency, clients can be assured of no exposure to second hand smoke. Clients are encouraged to make healthy food choices with small portions, variety of foods, and selective goodies as a treat. Staying active is encouraged with routine walking, dancing, and bowling each week. Cognitive wellness is maintained when clients attend recreation day programs, volunteer job sites, and community events.

Our residential program at Quilceda Community Services is always reviewing applications for quality staff members to care for our adult clients with special needs.

We are a non-profit, equal opportunity employer. Our Locations are in Marysville residential neighborhoods and are completely tobacco free. The agency provides medical, dental and vision benefits to full time employees.

     

 

 

 

Support Instructional Staff Member– Job Information

Some of the required qualifications are:

  • Employees must always have a good attitude and ensure that our clients are in a safe and caring environment.
  • In addition to reading and writing efficiently using the English language, employees must also be able to perform job duties and communicate well others.
  • Exercise good personal hygiene is a must, in addition to maintaining a clean work environment and living space for clients.
  • Needs to have the ability to prepare meals for clients.
  • Be physically able to stand, bend, kneel, reach, twist, lift, push, pull, balance and crouch.
  • Other duties or working alternate shifts might be assigned as needed.

 

The following certifications and qualifications are preferred, but not required. Training is available:

  • NAC, NAR, HCA
  • Nurse Delegation
  • Food handling card
  • Experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities
  • Must pass fingerprint background check
  • Have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must be over 18 years of age

If you would like to apply for this rewarding opportunity, and feel that you meet the required qualifications, please contact Connie Smith at: Quilceda Community Services 360.653.2324  X2     Email: qcscanderson@hotmail.com

 

 

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