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Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP)- Full Time

CRi - Choice Respect Independence


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CRi is a well-known non-profit organization located throughout Northern VA, Richmond VA, and Maryland that is dedicated to providing quality services to enable individuals with a wide range of disabilities to live as independently as possible.

CRi is seeking a Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals (QIDP) for our ID Residential Program in Woodbridge, VA! If you’re dedicated and ambitious, CRi is an excellent place to grow your career! CRi employees are responsible for collaborating and working hand in hand with a diverse team of dedicated staff who support people in achieving their goals and dreams!

Our Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals (QIDP) are role models, leaders, and mentors. They are solutions focused and support our teams in providing quality services to the individuals we support. The QIDP position is an excellent opportunity to grow your clinical skills!

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assists or instructs consumers on Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).
  • Provides care to consumers as defined by their ISP (Individualized Service Plan).
  • Interact with consumers in a professional manner adhering to all human rights guidelines.
  • Monitors the administration of medication as necessary.
  • Transports consumers to all activities and appointments as specified by supervisor.
  • Completes all required clinical documentation including progress notes, incident reports, and data tracking according to agency policies.
  • Follows Community Residences Health, Safety, and Emergency guidelines.
  • Performs and/or assists in household maintenance to maintain a safe and positive environment. Must complete all requirements of the environment checklist daily. The checklist would include cooking, cleaning, fire safety, and shopping.
  • Communicates effectively with all community and CR contacts.
  • Assist consumers in meal preparation to include cooking, eating with consumers, eating similar food, as well as role modeling appropriate interpersonal and social behaviors at mealtime.
  • Follow program specific guidelines for consumer oversight and supervision.
  • Maintains contact with consumers’ family members, program managers and appropriate community contacts.
  • Assists/Monitors consumers’ medications, physical health, and mental health as appropriate.
  • Performs work as directed by supervisor.
  • Must dress in a clean and appropriate manner suitable to the requirements of the position and/or the occasion.
  • Basic computers skill which would include completing online agency time sheets, online agency clinical documentation, checking agency email, and computerized online agency training.
  • Performs property management, work orders, fire drills, etc.
  • Intervenes in crisis.
  • Assists with vehicle maintenance.

Available Shift: Monday-Friday 2pm-10pm (40hrs)

Qualified candidates for this position will have:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field.
  • A minimum of one (1) year experience supporting individuals with ID/DD.
  • A valid driver’s license.

CRi offers company-paid benefits including health insurance options, 403(b) retirement fund and life insurance for benefits-eligible employees

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