A support worker for Children’s Respite at Bethesda supports children with intellectual disabilities. A support worker cooperates with a team of people, including community resources and other support workers, and is responsible for a wide range of needs.
The position of support worker requires a high degree of Christian commitment and love to the children we support and to the philosophy of Bethesda. Confidentiality with respect to children receiving our services and the operations of Bethesda is required. The worker must have the desire and capacity to support children with diverse abilities, and must believe that the person receiving support is uniquely valuable.
A support worker may be scheduled to work shifts over a 24-hour day period and will report to and be assigned duties by the resource manager.
The following list of job duties and responsibilities are some of the duties that a support worker does. But the job is diverse.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
At Bethesda, we’re about creating community among the people we serve, our staff and our surrounding communities. We are all interdependent as we experience life together, and all valuable for the abilities we share. We know we learn from and need each other to thrive.
Bethesda’s ministry is a Christian faith-based service.
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