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Programs Employing People (PEP) is a Philadelphia based nonprofit organization established in 1969 to support individuals living with intellectual disabilities in areas including Supported Employment, Vocational Training, Adult Skills of Daily Living, Senior Services, In-Home and Community Habilitation, Adult Literacy Education, Summer Camp and Recreation Programs. We are located in the vibrant South Philadelphia Community of Point Breeze at Broad and Federal Street.
PEP has an annual operating budget of $3 million to provide program services to over 300 individuals annually and employs 60 professional staff.
PEP prides itself on the many organizational achievements, promotes an excellent work environment with unlimited possibilities for future professional growth, while providing exemplary supports to individuals with disabilities. Staff turnover is very low compared to industry standards and positions are very competitive. PEP offers competitive wages, excellent benefits including health, vacation, personal and sick time, paid holidays, and a 403(b) retirement plan. A supportive and professional work environment including professional training for employees. PEP is a great place to work!
PEP is searching for an Accountant to join their Finance Department. The successful candidate will be responsible for accounts payable, payroll, billing, cash receipts and some general ledger activity. The organization is looking for someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from an accredited university with 2-4 years relevant experience. Also the applicant must have experience with accounting and payroll systems, preferable QuickBooks and Proxus iSolved and Microsoft Office. Qualified individuals should apply with resume and cover letter with salary requirements.
Janitorial Staff – (Full Time)
PEP seeks experienced Janitorial staff to support facility management. Requires housekeeping/janitorial experience. Valid motor vehicle operator’s license and good driving record required. Must be High School graduate or GED certified. Qualified individuals should apply with resume and cover letter.
Life Skills Instructor
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Fulltime – permanent
- Develop and maintain the delivery of quality service consistent with agency program policy and procedure.
- Provide supports to consumers of service in the acquisition of skills in the following domains:
- Skills of daily living
- Community exploration
- Vocational interests and training
- Recreational and leisure options
- Participate in initial assessment of consumers seeking service and update annually as required.
- Participate in development of goal planning and program selection of consumers seeking service.
- Develop task analysis for goal implementation.
- Implement goals and objectives as written in an ISP, or Person Centered Plan.
- Collect daily data on program implementation using standardized forms developed by the planning team.
- Summarize program data on a monthly basis and submit to program manager or designee for review.
- Attend in service training as directed by supervisor.
- Other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:
High School graduate and one year’s experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities; valid driver’s license; and demonstrated understanding of acceptable instructional methods for skill acquisition. Associate or Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services preferred.
Home and Community Habilitation Instructor
Program intent is to increase and utilize community resources where individuals with intellectual disability live and to construct and deliver effective community training methods and sites in order to facilitate greater independence and control in the lives of consumers supported through this program. The program delivery system will consist of introducing community mobility and social interaction skills through community inclusion practices.
POSITION DESCRIPTION; Fulltime- permanent
- Survey the community and identify sites that are likely to provide natural learning experiences based on the needs of consumers.
- Provide mobility training and social interaction by supporting individuals in small group or one on one ratios into community settings and activities.
- Prepare and plan activities unique to the interest and needs of individuals being supported. ensuring positive outcomes
- Develop and implement instructional plans for consumers in community settings.
- Maintain memberships associated with the daily activities of consumers.
- Coordinate the services necessary for a consumer to continue in the Community Based Instruction program with job coaches, rehabilitation trainers, vocational trainers, and case managers.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:
BA/BS or High School Diploma plus a minimum of four years experience working with people with intellectual disabilities. Valid vehicle operator’s license required. Demonstrated ability to independently work with small groups of consumers in a community environment. Ability to plan and follow Individual Support Plan and Person Centered Planning process.
Knowledge of Philadelphia transportation system, cultural community, and educational centers. Knowledge of pre-employment activity that supports employment first principles
How to Apply for a Position at PEP
By email: If you interested in applying for a position here at PEP, please e-mail your resume and cover letter including salary requirements to: Human Resources
By mail: Please mail your resume and cover letter including salary requirements to: Human Resources, Programs Employing People, 1200 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146