Delaware County Careers – Divine Providence Village

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The bell choir from Divine Providence Village performs as a volunteer service to their peers and guests before an annual Mass for Persons with Disabilities. Image via CatholicPhilly.com.

300x300Located in Springfield, Divine Providence Village is committed to providing individuals with the opportunity to reach their fullest potential in spiritual, emotional, psycho-social and physical well-being. Its staff s to support each person to live their lives with dignity and respect in a caring environment.

Divine Providence Village offers an array of services that reflect the needs of the people it supports. Dedicated religious and lay staff encourage independence and choice that afford each person the opportunity to contribute to the mainstream of society.

Divine Providence Village is operated under the direction of the Developmental Programs division of Catholic Social Services and is owned by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. The following careers are located at its administrative offices in Norwood:

Program Coordinator – Life Sharing Program

This position is assigned to no more than eight homes and shall be responsible for a maximum of 16 people in the Life Sharing through Family Living Program. He/she is responsible for coordinating and completing initial assessments, as well as completing the Annual Assessment. The person will participate in the development of the ISP, including annual updates and revisions of the ISP.

This person is responsible for supervising, monitoring, and evaluating services provided to the individual, as well as reviewing, signing, and dating the monthly documentation of an individual’s participation and progress toward outcomes.

Click here to read more about the Program Coordinator – Life Sharing Program position at Divine Providence Village.

Healthcare Coordinator

This position is responsible for the coordination and/or completion of all healthcare aspects for individuals, utilizing skills in communication, assessment, supervision, and administration. He/she ensures quality compliance of clinical/professional standards of practice, and maintains and updates professional licensure. The demonstrates an ability to be flexible and deviate from the routine, according to the needs of the program.

The ideal candidate will be a registered nurse in the state of Pennsylvania with three years of experience working with people with Intellectual Disabilities, or a licensed practical nurse with at least five years of experience working with people with Intellectual Disabilities. He/she must have the ability to communicate effectively in English, both written and oral, and have working knowledge of Microsoft programs.

Click here to read more about the Healthcare Coordinator Program position at Divine Providence Village.

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