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Support Provider for People with Disabilities

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Job Details
Job Order Number
Company Name
Home of Hope
Physical Address
Residential Homes
Claremore, OK 74019
Job Description

Job Title: Personal Support Coordinator Established: 7-01










Client Centered Care:  We are committed to making all decisions and performing all actions with the well-being of our clients as our primary focus, and to always putting our clients interests ahead of our own.


Accountability:  We take personal responsibility, as an organization and as individuals, for our actions, hold each other accountable, and expect to be held accountable at any point throughout the year for our decisions and actions.


Respect:  While keeping the focus on the needs of our clients, we also commit to demonstrating mutual respect in communication and actions so that a positive environment for everyone is maintained.


Excellence:  We are committed to using established best practices, to evaluating effectiveness of our efforts, and to demonstrating a willingness to change current practices at any point based on evidence that change is needed.



Provide people with diverse support needs training and assistance in such as daily living skills, leisure/social activities, personal hygiene skills, social skills and vocational skills, etc.



  1. Train, guide or assist  in personal hygiene, clothing care, mobility, taking medications, managing money, meal planning/preparation, household care, communication, community participation (religious, political, recreational, etc.), health maintenance (nutrition, medical/dental appointments, physical exercise, immunizations, etc.), safety skills and human relations.


  1. Coordinate or provide instruction in vocational skills.  Identify areas where assisted techniques may be useful at a job site.  Develop and utilize natural supports to integrate the person into the work environment.  Report progress to individuals Team to develop vocational activities when job placement is not appropriate.  Document and maintain task analysis for job placement/assessments, billings and vocational profiles.


  1. Assist in achieving maximum potential toward self- determination.  Encourage independence and inclusion regardless of community, social or vocational circumstance. Participate in the identification of strengths, interests and needs of the person to ensure maximum development and goal attainment.  Interact to promote self-esteem, confidence and morale as well as ensuring the happiness and well being of each person served.


  1. Work cooperatively with all employees, service providers, professionals, guardians, and families. Represent HOH in a positive manner.  Conduct yourself in a manner becoming of a role model.  At all time treat people, co-workers, professionals with respect and dignity. 


  1. Report to the Program Coordinator and document incidents when the individual receiving services is awake during sleep hours.  In the case this individual stays awake during all sleep hours, you should report this so that relief staff can be called in to provide care.  Sleeping while the individual is awake is not permitted.


  1. Document and report any accidents, medical issues or behavioral incidents that affect the health, welfare or self- respect/dignity of the individual. Report suspicion of rights violations, financial exploitation, neglect, or abuse by calling the Abuse Hotline.


  1. Will provide transportation to work, therapies/health appointments, leisure or social activities using public transportation, HOH provided vehicles or personal vehicle.


  1. Maintain the cleanliness and safety of the environments for which you are responsible.  Report repair or maintenance needs to the House Manager or Program Coordinator.  Report any and all safety concerns to the EHSRM Director.


  1. Maintain the confidentiality of all information, oral or written, unless authorized to release information in accordance with applicable laws and policies.


  1. Report and document any injury that you sustain while on the job to your supervisor and ConsultCare or the Human Resource Generalist immediately.


  1. Willing to work at multiple or various locations and overtime when business needs call for such. 



  • High School Diploma or equivalency; minimum age 18
  • No experience necessary
  • Criminal arrest checks will be conducted through the OSBI, and person with a felony conviction will not work for HOH without issuance of exception by Oklahoma Department of Human Services.
  • Working home phone or cell phone
  • Valid drivers license; current automotive insurance; dependable transportation; availability to operate vehicle during day/night

  • Provide flexibility for working a variety of shifts and locations.
  • Must complete HOH First Aid/CPR Training which includes full compressions on the floor or ground.

  • Required pre-employment drug screen and subject to random, post-accident and reasonable cause drug screens.

  • Willing to work schedules based on individual client needs and overtime as required.

  • Expected to learn and follow the specific Individual Plan (IP) of each individual.



  1.   Ability to lift 50-70 pounds with and/or without accommodation.

  2.   Ability to push/pull 50 pounds.

  3.   Ability to sit, stoop, or stand for prolonged periods of time.

  4.   Ability to walk at an efficient rate of speed.

  5.   Must have good written and oral communication skills and be able to teach in a variety of settings.

  6.   Must be mentally and physically capable to perform the duties of the position.

  7.   Ability to understand oral and written instructions.

  8.   Reliable motor skills-use of hands and feet.



Medic First Aid Class

Lifting Class

Defensive Driving Class

DDS required training including 24 hours of on-the-job training

DD Medication Administration training

Specialized individual client training


Must be able to successfully complete testing and or competencies on training classes required by HOH, DDSD and according to individualized person specific training.  Cross training with other clients and programs is encouraged for advancement within the HTS levels.


Pay Rate:

$8.25 minimum

$8.50 90 day (End of Probationary Period)

*Claremore employees will receive a standard of living adjustment of .50 cents per hours.


I have read the above job description and fully understand the contents. I also understand that this is not an inclusive job description and that I may be required to complete additional tasks to achieve a desired goal.


I will perform these duties to the best of my ability.  I understand that if there is any change in my criminal history (arrests, etc.) or driving history (license revocation, etc.) that I will immediately report these changes to my supervisor and to the Human Resources Department. 


I also understand that I have to maintain a current valid drivers license and current vehicle insurance and that a loss of either of these could result in the termination of my employment with Home of Hope, Inc.  My signature verifies that I do understand and agree with these job requirements.



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