Habilitation Training Specialist (HTS)
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Tulsa, OK 74135
Premier Community Services, Inc.
Habilitation Training Specialist (HTS)
Employment Agreement Attachment
Job Description Summary
additional provisions to general agreement
Expected Performance: HTS’s are hired to work with disabled individuals in their homes and assist them in performing and maintaining a healthy living environment. As such, employees should maintain a pleasant attitude and appearance while working in the individual’s homes. All PCS HTS’s are expected to be at work on time and ready to work.
Transportation: PCS reimburses HTS’s for their mileage at a rate of $0.35 per mile. Odometer readings, totals and description of the trip must be on the mileage sheet submitted for payment. In addition, proof of current insurance, license and registration pursuant to Oklahoma code must be on file in the PCS office for mileage to be paid. See PCS Policy 905.0 Vehicle Usage.
JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY (Also Additional Provisions)
Reports to Other Similar Titles (aka) DOL Classifications
Residential/House Supervisor Health Care Assistant F/T: Salary, fluctuating work hours
Direct Care Staff P/T: Hourly
Companion Worker All: Companionship Service Worker
The HTS is responsible for the care and treatment of one to three persons who have a developmental disability and are living in their own residence. The HTS is required to have a high school diploma or the equivalent of such as a GED and be at least 18 years old. Due to the nature of the individuals the employee is working with, passing a criminal background screening is required for all employees.
Duties of the Employee
1. Provides direct care services to the individuals in accordance with the goals and objectives of the
consumer’s Individual Plan or Person-Centered Plan. (IP/PCP)
2. Provides input to the IP regarding behavior difficulties and implementation strategies.
3. Develops and follows a daily activity schedule for the consumer.
4. Reports any and all incidents and accidents to the House Manager (HM), and completes the
appropriate paperwork to document them. (See PCS Policy 116.0 Incidents and Accidents.)
5. Assists the consumer in all aspects of personal hygiene.
6. Assists the consumer in dressing and dress training.
7. Assists the consumer in selecting recreational activities in which to participate and participates with
the consumer in these activities.
8. Helps the consumer make choices.
9. Assists the consumer in selecting and preparing food for meals. Maintains a weekly menu and shopping list.
10. Advocates for the best interest of the consumer.
11. Maintains appropriate forms and records as directed.
12. Acts respectful at all times to the consumer and other staff.
13. Assist the consumer in maintaining the consumer’s residence in a neat and healthy condition. This includes any housekeeping duties (i.e., laundry, vacuuming, mopping, grocery shopping, etc.) the consumer is not capable of performing him/herself.
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14. Assist the consumer in money management.
15. Encourages and participates with the consumer in social activities with peers and the community in
16. Performs other reasonable job-related duties as assigned.
17. Adheres to all current PCS, State, and Federal policies.
18. Responsible for checking their work schedule as needed.
19. Notifies their supervisor when unclear regarding training, any instructions, or policy interruption.
20. Must be capable of lifting 50 pounds.
HTS Job Description/Agreement © – PCS Created 11/99- Rev 08/06 Retyped 08/06/07-tv