Careers

Experience Our WOW! Magic Way of Working by being part of the people, the culture, the fun, and the passion for excellence that is American Training.
Join our team and work at one of the Best Places to Work North of Boston.
Check out our open positions and send your resume to our Careers Team or apply online here.

We are seeking an energetic Community Support Colleague that can create WOW! Magic for our Guests. If you have a passion for people, can make good decisions, and love being out in the Community, this is the job for you. The hours are 8-4, Monday through Friday!

We are looking for a talented individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team and a true passion for advocating for American Training Guests, to ensure that they are receiving quality services while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Requirements:

  • Create and implement Mobile CBDS weekly schedules. Solicit input from the Guests to create schedules that are meaningful and relevant to them
  • Ensure to implement the true CBDS Mobile model: ensuring the activities are meaningful and include, job exploration, cultural events, recreational activities and physical exercise each week.
  • Follow the CBDS Mobile model of maintaining all activities in the community.
  • Implement curriculum weekly during job skills and other groups done in the community.
  • Ensure readiness when inclement weather or other obstacles disrupt the planned schedule and have a “plan B” for the day
  • Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision throughout the day
  • Ensure effective communication with supervisors and Colleagues on a daily basis
  • Arrange for job tours and vocational activities for the Guests several times monthly
  • Research and attend weekly volunteer opportunities that are of interest to the Guests
  • Provide assistance with managing Guests opportunities to work in group settings
  • Allow for flexibility with unanticipated changes to the schedule and/or the Guests on your route
  • Ensures that documentation for Guest attendance and data for goals are done on a daily basis.
  • Work closely and cooperatively with the job coaches assigned to your caseloads (if applicable) to promote job exploration opportunities and assessment planning.
  • Oversee the ISP process in conjunction with Supervisor to maintain a caseload of 3-5 Guests which includes ensuring all documentation is completed in a timely manner (Assessments: safety, vocational and other assessments as requested by DDS, datasheets, as well semi-annual and annual progress reports.) Ensures that Guest Confidential Files are maintained in accordance with ATI and DDS requirements.
  • Work in conjunction with supervisor to arrange for documentation days in the program in order to complete the necessary filing and paperwork requirements
  • Maintain the ATI assigned vehicle by ensuring cleanliness, daily and monthly paperwork and reporting any issues to supervisor
  • Utilize the HBSS system (if applicable) in the vehicles to track routes and mileage and report any issues to supervisor if the system is not working.
  • Monitors and/or provides support and supervision during community outings with Guests.
  • Performs a variety of personal care functions to assist Guests who are unable to care for themselves. This may include toileting, dressing, feeding, or lifting and moving Guests.
  • Teaches, trains, guides and directs Guests individually and in groups to reinforce skills, learn new skills and to increase independence for attainment of ISP goals.
  • Regularly observes Guests’ behavior and performance and provides reports, updates and general observations to the Program Coordinator.

Requirements:

  • Strong organization and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of appropriate paperwork necessary for mandated record keeping.
  • Use the highest standard of ethical conduct at all times, this includes respecting the confidentiality of Colleagues and Guests.
  • Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Participate in workplace climate that celebrates and encourages diversity.
  • Positively promote the image of Guests with Developmental Disabilities and American Training, Inc.
  • Maintain an excellent training record by positively completing all training requirements including MAP Certification.
  • A valid driver’s license, great driving record, the use of a personal vehicle with appropriate insurance coverage and a satisfactory CORI are required.

We offer a competitive benefits package; medical and dental insurance, short and long term disability, life insurance, generous earned time off, paid holidays and vacation, a fun work environment, and much more.

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An exciting opportunity to join our creative, energetic, dedicated team of professionals! American Training is seeking a full-time Licensed Clinician. In this role you will be responsible for assessment, evaluation, treatment and documentation of clinical care provided to Guests and Residents.

Responsibilities include:

  • Completing clinical documentation to include safety plans, behavioral plans and behavioral assessments. This includes assuring that plans are regularly brought through the Human Rights Committee, reviewing monthly data, adjusting plans based on collected data and training Colleagues on behavioral issues/interventions as needed.
  • Provides assessment of Guests and Residents that may be in psychiatric crisis.
  • Provides training to Colleagues on treatment plans, behavior plans, trauma informed care and topics related to mental health issues or issues related to developmental disabilities.
  • Collaborate with treatment providers in the community.

Skills needed:

  • Knowledge of Department of Developmental Services and Human Rights regulations
  • Exceptionally strong communication and relationship building skills
  • Ability to write effective behavior management plans
  • Ability to work collaboratively
  • Good community relations skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

Physical and emotional effort:

  • Frequent walking, moderate standing and driving
  • Work environment frequently hectic, fast-paced with periods of high stress
  • Must be able to calmly and analytically respond to crisis and/or crisis situations
  • Must be able to appropriate intervene in medical, psychiatric and behavioral crisis

We are looking for a talented, highly flexible individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team, a positive attitude and a true passion for advocating for the Residents we serve, to assure that they are receiving a level of support consistent with best practices while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Requirements: Master’s degree with three years experience working in the field of mental health and developmental disabilities. Valid driver’s license required, use of personal vehicle, as well as a satisfactory CORI and background check. Flexibility to work in Residential Homes.

American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

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What does a Residential Manager do? A full-time Residential Manager for our Specialized Housing Branch oversees and ensures the dignity of all Guests and Residents in accordance with Department of Developmental Services licensing standard and Survey and Certification Guidelines. You will also supervise Direct Care Support Colleagues and Health Support Colleagues in daily operations of our beautiful residential homes in the Merrimack Valley area. You will act as a liaison between Resident, Families, Community Support Colleagues and Health Care Providers to ensure excellence in quality of care and services.

We are looking for a talented, highly flexible individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team, a positive attitude and a true passion for advocating for the Residents we serve, to assure that they are receiving a level of support consistent with best practices while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Who’s a great fit for the Residential Manager position? American Training is looking for people with the following experience and skills:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required (a degree may be waived if experience indicates competence)
  • 3-5 years experience working in the Human Services field overseeing a residential home
  • Flexibility with hours
  • Strong writing and verbal communication skills
  • Management experience
  • Valid driver’s license required. Ability to use personal registered and insured vehicle.
  • Satisfactory CORI and DDS finger printing.

For consideration, please submit a Cover Letter with your Resume.

Benefits

Why Us? American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

Job Type: Full-time

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LARE Institute a branch of American Training is seeking a full-time enthusiastic Computer Instructor to join our growing company.

Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Must provide extraordinary customer service.
  • Presents program information, individually or in groups, to interested parties.
  • Instructs Computer Application Skills inclusive of :
    • Keyboarding/typing skills
    • NRF Customer Service and Sales
    • Windows File Management
    • MS Word, MS Excel, Access, PowerPoint and QuickBooks,
    • Office procedures and business communications.
  • Prepares students for the certification exams.
  • Coordinates and schedules students for certification exams.
  • Installs, configures and manages the Pearson Test Center environment.
  • Assists in developing Advisory Board with Job Developer.
  • Schedules and participates in Advisory Board meetings.
  • Develops, maintains, and updates curriculum to meet evolving standards in the business industry.
  • Maintains a current working knowledge of relevant practices and software applications used in business world.
  • Implements WOW! Magic Principles when teaching.
  • Takes initiative in developing new and more effective ways to deliver services.
  • Maintains continuing education units as required for licenses and/or certifications
    • Maintains current licensure and/or certifications in relevant areas.
  • Documents daily attendance.
  • Completes and reviews monthly progress reports with students and obtains students signature
  • Maintains student files, including but not limited to:
    • Attendance records
    • Monthly progress reports
    • Homework, quizzes, tests
    • Certifications (scores & copies of certificates)
  • Ensures all required reports are completed and submitted on-time.
  • Creates and prepares lesson plans.
  • Monitors and documents student progress throughout the course and advise student and Career Advisor on student’s progress.
  • Researches and solicits price quotation on lease/purchase of computer equipment and computer peripherals when requested.
  • Requisitions all books and necessary training material and equipment through the Program Director.
  • Meets with Career Advisors, Job Developer, and Program Director regarding student progress and program development.
  • Assists Site Coordinator/Program Director with proposal writing and program-related tasks as needed.
  • Assists VP/Program Director/Site Coordinator with any assigned tasks.
  • Assists with job placement of Students.
  • Provides support to end users.
  • Plans and implements software and hardware migrations and upgrade.
  • Troubleshoots network and printing related issues (Active Directory, DNS, Group Policy, etc.)
  • Manages network security (antivirus software, net monitor, etc.)
  • Attends all required trainings and meetings.
  • Demonstrates a professional image and attitude at all times.
  • Ensures the facility is kept clean at all times

Requirements for this position:

  • A.S. or B.S. degree or Training program certificate
  • Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications 2016
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience related computer applications experience
  • Strong technical skills and expert knowledge of various computer hardware and software, including PCs, Macs, and tablets
  • Must be approved from the MA Department of Professional Licensure
  • Ability to manage multiple assignments simultaneously
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Bilingual Preferred

What is the LARE Institute?

LARE Institute is a Private Occupational School branch of American Training with state, global, and industry-recognized certifications in Allied Health Care, Business, Trade and Education Programs. This award-winning center has been operating for more than 35 years and is licensed by the MA Division of Professional Licensure, Office of Private Occupational School Education. It’s a school with a fun and “family-oriented” approach to learning. Our programs are taught by extraordinary instructors in state-of-the-art facilities – and we need you to join our team!

LARE Institute offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!**

Job Type: Full-time

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Job Description

An exciting opportunity to join our creative, energetic, dedicated team of professionals!

American Training is seeking an LPN to work with our Day Habilitation program location in Lowell, MA. In this role, you will coordinate the provision of residential health care supports through training, monitoring required medical services, interfacing with various health care providers and coordinating essential follow-up. We are looking for a talented individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team and a true passion for advocating for the Residents we serve, to assure that they are receiving a level of care consistent with best practices while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Specific Duties:

  • Provides assessment and direct nursing health care to the Guests as prescribed by Health Care Professional
  • Communicates medical changes/needs /concerns of the Guests to Residential and Clinical Vice President/Directors, Senior Nurse Manager and Colleagues through a variety of media
  • Coordinates medical supports including emergency treatment as required for Guests
  • Assumes direct nursing care for all program Guests in absence of site nurses.
  • Effectively train Colleagues and assures competency (where applicable) of Colleagues in the special needs/ medical issues of the Guests
  • Provides technical training and ensures competency of Colleagues in the use of medical devices in the program i.e., VNS, Thick-it

Requirements: Nursing Degree with a Massachusetts LPN License in good standing, preferably with a minimum of 2 year’s experience. Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required. One year related experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Knowledge of MAP regulations and Department of Developmental Services regulations a plus. Valid driver’s license required, as is the use of a personal vehicle with appropriate insurance coverage and satisfactory CORI. This is a 40 hrs./week position from 8-4 pm or 7:30-3:30 pm.

American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more! If you are interested, please send your resume with cover letter.

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An exciting opportunity to join our creative, energetic, dedicated team of professionals!

American Training is seeking an (float) RN in Day Habilitation and (16) Specialized Housing locations throughout the Merrimack Valley. In this role, you will coordinate the provision of residential health care supports through training, monitoring required medical services, interfacing with various health care providers and coordinating essential follow-up.

You will assist the HCS in assessments, trainings, interface and coordination of care with various Health Care Professionals and documentation to insure compliance with applicable regulations. Demonstrates commitment to the Team process and advocates for the Guests/Residents served to assure a level of care consistent with best practices incorporating the WOW principles

We are looking for a talented individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team and a true passion for advocating for the Residents we serve, to assure that they are receiving a level of care consistent with best practices while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Responsibilities:

Day Habilitation

  • Travels to various Day Habilitation/Specialized Housing sites of American Training as determined by Director of Nurses.
  • Participates in the training and orientation of newly hired nurses as directed by Health Care Services.
  • Ensures compliance with regulatory and health related procedures.
  • Provides assessment and direct nursing care to Guests as prescribed by their Health Care Provider in both Day Hab (during temporary absence of LPN/RN) and Specialized Housing settings.
  • Communicates medical changes/needs/concerns of the guests/ residents to Program Manager, Director of Nurses, VP of Clinical, VP of Specialized Housing through a variety of media.
  • Coordinates medical supports including emergency treatment as required for the guests/residents served.
  • Alerts Health Care Supervisor of need for new supplies as necessary.
  • Maintains medication security and dispenses medications/ treatments as prescribed by the Health Care Professionals. Completes the required medication documentation in a timely, accurate fashion.
  • Ensures all Health Care Professional orders are current, accurate, and transcribed monthly on to new medication sheets.
  • Ensures an adequate supply of Guest’s medication is on hand including PRNs in acceptable containers.
  • Suggests and assists in development/implementation of new trainings/programs for Guests and Colleagues.
  • Assists in training Colleagues and other team members in the special needs/ medical issues of the Guests.
  • Obtain reports and treatment plans from primary care physicians.
  • Assists in completion of all required assessments in a timely manner,Assists in quality checks on program to ensure compliance with all regulatory agencies
  • Advises Director of Nurses of any medical problems that may hinder a Guest’s progress or that may aggravate an existing condition by program activities
  • Demonstrates the ability to analyze, evaluate, problem-solve and prioritize.Attends all required trainings and meetings.
  • Adheres to federal and state standards of privacy in all communications and written documentation.
  • Maintains Health care records in compliance with HIPAA regulations and safeguards confidentiality of medical information.

Specialized Housing

  • Coordinate the provision of health care supports though training, monitoring required medical services and coordinating essential follow-up.
  • Episodic documentation on SharePoint related to Resident’s medical care, assessments and communication of health care needs.
  • Assists in the development and education of Colleagues to Resident specific protocols.
  • Accompanies residents to Health Care Professional/Specialist visits as requested.
  • Conducts trainings and related competencies as assigned by Director of Nurses.
  • Conducts medication audits per schedule. Monitors individual Colleagues’ medication passes for competency and compliance with MAP regulations.
  • Provides 1:1 preparatory MAP training, test tutoring, on an as needed basis, for Residential Colleagues.
  • Assists in Maintenance of Health Care records on HCSIS.
  • Completes Safety Assessments i.e., Falls Assessments, Self-Medication Assessments.
  • Monitors wound care and compliance with recommended interventions.
  • Performs resident specific treatments requiring licensed person. Completes all required documentation.
  • Provides health/wellness counseling services and training to Residents/ Colleagues to promote a safe, healthy living environment.
  • Complies with Mass Health regulations for all Resident’s medical documentation and works closely with the Director of Nurses and Residential Manager to ensure quality of program goals and objectives.

Requirements: Registered Nurse Degree with a Massachusetts Nursing License in good standing, preferably with a minimum of 2 years experience. Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required. One year related experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Knowledge of MAP (a plus) and one year of Developmental Services experience. Valid driver’s license required, as is the use of a personal vehicle with appropriate insurance coverage and satisfactory CORI. This is a 30 to 35 hour a week position.

American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, generous paid time off, 9 paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more! If you are interested, please send your resume with cover letter.

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What does a Residential Counselor do? A Residential Counselor helps to provide direct care for our youth residents ages 16-21 in our homes in Methuen and Lawrence. Responsibilities include providing emotional and vocational support, recreational planning, activity coordination and adherence to a changing environment.

Who’s a great fit for the Residential Counselor position? Our ideal candidate is flexible, a great communicator, has sound decision making skills, experience working with youth and is dedicated to contributing to a positive learning environment. Full and part time positions are available. Qualifications include:

  • Minimum of High School Diploma required
  • Valid driver’s license required
  • Satisfactory CORI and EEC background checks
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.
  • The following shifts are available:
    • Full time:  Residential counselor position.  Tuesday thru Saturday 3-11pm
    • Part time weekends:  Sat/Sun 9am-3pm and 3-11pm
    • Part time weekends: Saturday 3-11pm only open (two shifts)

 Why Us? American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, life and disability insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

For consideration, please send your cover letter and resume to careers@americantraininginc.com

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American Training is seeking a Community Support Colleague for our Specialized Housing branch in Newburyport. This person affirms the dignity of all Guests and Residents by supporting their right to participate in their communities as productive workers, valued neighbors and friends.

Who’s a great fit for the Community Support Colleague position? American Training is looking for people with the following experience and skills:

  • At least two years of experience working with people with developmental disabilities.
  • Must be able and willing to work a flexible schedule, contingent upon Guest needs, which may include evenings, weekends, early AM shifts and Holidays.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, and use of personal vehicle.
  • Must attend and successfully complete Medication Administration Program, EPI Pen, First Aid/CPR, Fire Safety, CPI, Human Rights and OSHA.
  • Must possess basic computer skills.
  • Frequent walking, standing and driving.
  • Must be able to lift 40-50 pounds.

We are looking for a talented individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team and a true passion for advocating for American Training Guests, to ensure that they are receiving quality services while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

American Training, Inc. offers great benefits package including medical and dental insurance, life and disability insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

If interested, please send your resume to careers@americantraninginc.com

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A Community Support Colleague – Individual Supports for our Specialized Housing Branch is responsible for the implementation of Resident’s individual support plan and maintains regular contact with Resident and members of treatment team.  Additionally, the Colleague ensures that Residents have access to necessary services to meet medical, vocational and other treatment needs.

Who’s a great fit for the Community Support Colleague – Individual Supports position? American Training is looking for people with the following experience and skills:

  • Minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • At least two years experience working with people with developmental disabilities. Experience in a community based supported employment or housing preferred
  • Valid driver’s license required and good driving record
  • Ability to use personal registered and insured vehicle
  • Satisfactory CORI and DDS finger printing

American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, disability and life insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

Join our team of talented professionals and work at one of the Best Places to Work North of Boston. Experience Our WOW! Magic Way of Working by being part of the people, the culture, the fun, and the passion for excellence that is American Training. We are looking for talented, highly flexible individuals with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team, a positive attitude and a true passion for advocating for the people we serve, to assure that they are receiving a level of support consistent with best practices while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

For consideration, please send your cover letter and resume to careers@americantraininginc.com

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We are seeking a full-time Community Support Colleague for our Acquired Brain Injury Day Services Program. This person makes a difference by providing a meaningful day to adults who have suffered a brain injury. The Community Support Colleague is accountable for carrying out the day-to-day curriculum to include cognitive stimulating programming, community/volunteer activities, vocational exploration, data collection, progress notes and caring for the personal needs of the Guests.

Who’s a great fit for the ABI Program Coordinator position?

American Training is looking for people with the following experience and skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • At least one year of experience working with individuals with cognitive issues, brain injuries or physical disabilities. If no degree, must have at least 2 years of experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate a sense of empathy and patience when delivering therapeutic interactions to the Guests
  • Strong communication and relationship building skills
  • Satisfactory CORI and DDS finger printing

American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

Join our team of talented professionals and work at one of the Best Places to Work North of Boston. Experience Our WOW! Magic Way of Working by being part of the people, the culture, the fun, and the passion for excellence that is American Training. We are looking for talented, highly flexible individuals with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team, a positive attitude and a true passion for advocating for the people we serve, to assure that they are receiving a level of support consistent with best practices while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

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What does a Direct Care Support Relief Colleague do ?  Direct Care Relief is a pool of Colleagues that are flexible with their availability and might work different shifts weekly depending on the staffing needs. These Colleagues work in our Specialized Housing Branch and Day Services and are responsible for carrying out the day-to-day activities of the program: to include planning of activities, community outings, data collection, record keeping and caring for the personal needs of the Residents.   Specialized Housing and Day Program locations are located throughout the Merrimack Valley depending on staffing needs.

Who’s a great fit for this position? American Training is looking for people with the following experience and skills:

  • Minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • Experience working with people with disabilities is strongly preferred
  • As part of the relief pool, you must have the ability to be flexible with hours and be able to cover shifts based on different staffing needs weekly.
  • Valid driver’s license required. Ability to use personal registered and insured vehicle
  • Satisfactory CORI and DDS finger printing

Many shifts are available:  Weekdays available: 8 am-4 pm and 9 am – 3 pm, Evenings 3-11 pm, and various weekend hours.  Please indicate your availability when sending in your resume.  You must be available to attend required training.

Join our team of talented professionals and work at one of the Best Places to Work North of Boston. Experience Our WOW! Magic Way of Working by being part of the people, the culture, the fun, and the passion for excellence that is American Training. We are looking for talented, highly flexible individuals with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team, a positive attitude and a true passion for advocating for the people we serve, to assure that they are receiving a level of support consistent with best practices while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Interested?  Please apply below, in person at our corporate office at 6 Campanelli Drive, Andover, or email your cover letter and resume to careers@americantraininginc.com

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American Training is seeking a full-time Paraprofessional for our Day Services program in Lowell and Wakefield. This position provides initial and ongoing nursing care to Guests, ensures compliance with applicable regulations and advocates for the Guests we serve to assure they are receiving a level of care consistent with best practices.

Who’s a great fit for the Paraprofessional position? American Training is looking for people with the following experience and skills:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Effective communication skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Experience working with people with disabilities preferred
  • Satisfactory CORI and DDS finger printing

Why Us? American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, life and disability insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

Interested?  Please email your cover letter and resume to careers@americantraininginc.com.

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American Training, Inc. is seeking a Developmental Specialist to carry out the day to-day activities of the program, including programming, data collection and record keeping, and caring for the personal needs of the Guests. This Colleague teaches, trains, guides and directs Guests individually and in groups to reinforce skills, learn new skills and to increase independence for attainment of Day Habilitation Service Plan goals. They regularly observe Guests’ behavior and performance and provide reports, updates and general observations to the Program Director and Interdisciplinary Team. The Developmental Specialist maintains a regular caseload, ensuring all documentation is completed in a timely manner which may include: daily data collection, monthly progress notes, quarterly notes, day habilitation service plans, severity profiles, service needs assessments.

We are looking for a talented individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team and a true passion for advocating for American Training Guests, to ensure that they are receiving quality services while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Requirements: 

  • Bachelor’s degree + 1 year of experience in the Developmental Disabilities field, or 2 years of relevant experience with no degree.
  • Strong organization and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of appropriate paperwork necessary for mandated record keeping.
  • Use the highest standard of ethical conduct at all times, this includes respecting the confidentiality of Colleagues and Guests.
  • Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Participate in a workplace climate that celebrates and encourages diversity.
  • Maintain an excellent training record by positively completing all training requirements.
  • Positively promote the image of Guests with developmental disabilities and American Training, Inc.
  • A valid driver’s license, the use of a personal vehicle with appropriate insurance coverage and a satisfactory CORI are required.

Why Us? American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, disability and life options, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

Interested?  Please email your cover letter and resume to careers@americantraininginc.com.

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What does a Driver for Human Services do? Drivers safely transport our Guests and Students to and from American Training sites or other assigned destinations while making sure that each trip is a fun and entertaining WOW! Magic Experience. We are looking for motivated, responsible individuals with a positive outlook, excellent communication skills, and commitment to working as part of a team, and ability to incorporate our WOW! Magic philosophy into every trip we make.

Who’s a great fit for Driver in our Human Services position? American Training is looking for people with the following experience, skills and qualifications:

  • Must pass a physical
  • Successful CORI check, finger printing and pre-employment drug screening
  • Clean and safe driving record
  • Ability to lift 40 to 60 lbs
  • Requires morning and afternoon shifts
  • Additional hours offered, when available

We are looking for people with a deep commitment to working as part of a team, a positive attitude and a true passion for advocating for the Guests, Residents, and Students we serve. The hourly rate ranges from $12.50 – $13.00, depending on the position. Our generous paid time off package, vacation plan, and paid holidays give you the chance to relax, rejuvenate, or tend to personal matters. You’ll love our dynamic, fun work environment!

Interested? Please email your resume to careers@americantraininginc.com in person at our corporate office at 6 Campanelli Drive, Andover.

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American Training is seeking part-time and full-time Community Support Colleagues for our Specialized Housing branch. This person affirms the dignity of all Guests and Residents by supporting their right to participate in their communities as productive workers, valued neighbors and friends. The Community Support Colleague must support the mission of American Training, Inc. of “Bringing out the best in everyone we touch” and the goal of fostering a fun and entertaining work environment. This individual facilitates contacts and linkages in the community to strengthen goals outlined in the Individual Service Plan. Fosters community membership and facilitates full community integration in accordance with person centered plans. They develop data based, monthly progress reporting and quarterly progress summations, ensuring specific timelines and quality standards are met. The Community Support Colleague maintains maximum safety conditions and cleanliness standards in accordance with licensing standards and program procedures. They provide support to Residents in the maintenance of their homes including such tasks as: cooking meals, shopping, cleaning and laundry, and supports, encourage and ensure that personal preferences, goals and aspirations are a part of every Resident’s lives on a daily basis.

Who’s a great fit for the Community Support Colleague position? American Training is looking for people with the following experience and skills:

  • Degree preferred, degree may be waived if experience indicates competence.
  • At least two years of experience working with people with developmental disabilities.
  • Must be able and willing to work a flexible schedule, contingent upon consumer’s needs, which may include evenings, weekends, early AM shifts and Holidays.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, and use of personal vehicle.
  • Must attend and successfully complete Medication Administration Program, EPI Pen, First Aid/CPR, Fire Safety, CPI, Human Rights and OSHA.
  • Must possess basic computer skills.
  • Frequent walking, standing and driving.
  • Must be able to lift 40-50 pounds.

We are looking for a talented individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team and a true passion for advocating for American Training Guests, to ensure that they are receiving quality services while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

American Training, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, life and disability insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, a dynamic, fun work environment, and much more!

For consideration, please email your resume to careers@americantraininginc.com

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American Training, Inc. is seeking a full-time Community Support Colleague to carry out the day to-day activities of the day program, including programming, community activities, data collection, record keeping, and caring for the personal needs of the Guests. This individual works with Guests to assist them in becoming active participants in the community, monitors and provides support and supervision, ensuring their safety. The Community Support Colleague teaches, trains, guides and directs Guests individually and in groups to reinforce skills, learn new skills and to increase independence for attainment of ISP goals. They regularly observe Guests’ behavior and performance and provides reports, updates and general observations to the Program Director and Interdisciplinary Team.

We are looking for a talented individual with a deep commitment to working as part of a skilled team and a true passion for advocating for American Training Guests, to ensure that they are receiving quality services while incorporating our WOW! Magic philosophy.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma/ GED, minimum of one year of experience with people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities.
  • Strong organization and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of appropriate paperwork necessary for mandated record keeping.
  • Use the highest standard of ethical conduct at all times, this includes respecting the confidentiality of Colleagues and Guests.
  • Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Participate in workplace climate that celebrates and encourages diversity.
  • Positively promote the image of Guests with Developmental Disabilities and American Training, Inc.
  • Maintain an excellent training record by positively completing all training requirements.
  • A valid driver’s license, the use of a personal vehicle with appropriate insurance coverage and a satisfactory CORI are required.
  • Frequent walking, standing and driving. Must be able to lift 40-50 pounds. Must be able to sustain in a fast paced environment with a high energy level. Must be able to physically implement First Aid/CPR to Guests in response to an emergency situation and or the implementation of a Treatment Plan.
  • Ability to work Monday – Friday from 7 am – 3 pm (Wakefield location).

We offer a competitive benefits package; medical and dental insurance, generous earned time off, paid holidays and vacation, a fun work environment, and much more.

Interested?  Please email your cover letter and resume to careers@americantraininginc.com.

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