Our Maintenance Specialist I position is responsible for performing at an intermediate skill level in various assignments in the fields of electricity, carpentry, plumbing and general maintenance with some supervision and guidance.
The Resource Center’s Job Coach provides training and support to people with intellectual, developmental disabilities and other related disabilities in competitive employment. The Job Coach will provide necessary training, support follow-up services to support people to maintain competitive employment. This includes working with businesses to ensure successful retention of the person receiving employment supports.
Become part of a team that supports individuals with developmental disabilities live life to the fullest! If you have experiences to share and want to make a difference in people’s lives while making a difference in your own life then apply today to join our team.
The Care Coordinator serves as a member of an interdisciplinary team who coordinates service provision for a caseload of clients that may have a severe mental illness with multiple medical co-morbidities, co-occurring substance abuse disorders, and/or a variety of medical complexities.
To provide assistance to the professional practitioners in performing medical procedures. To prepare operatories and patient for scheduled procedure. To be responsible for patient instruction regarding follow-up scheduling, recording and documentation, supply care and inventory, and other related duties in a professional and confidential manner.
Responsible for assisting patients in achieving health outcomes, as well as the other determinants that influence these outcomes and the interventions that impact the patient’s health. With the ultimate goal of achieving the “triple aim” of healthcare —better health, better care, and lower costs.
Large non-profit organization in the Chautauqua County community seeks a dynamic dentist to join our growing practice of dedicated professionals. This fast-paced, high volume dental office serves the entire community.
Under the direction of a licensed Occupational Therapist, our Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant will contribute to the assessment and evaluation of our individual’s needs, and will plan and implement a treatment program to help meet these identified needs.
Our RN and LPN positions will provide nursing services to individuals with developmental disabilities in a residential setting. New York State licensure or eligibility for New York State licensure to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse. One (1) year professional experience in a related field preferred. The ability to lift. Valid Driver’s license and acceptable
Responsible for the day-to-day operation and management of the residence. Provides supervision and assistance to residence staff and ensures implementation of individualized programming for each individual who resides at the residence. Assists the Residence Coordinator in the development, monitoring and updates of residential habilitation plans.
The Resource Center offers Self-Advocacy groups for both Northern and Southern Chautauqua County. Self-Advocacy is designed for people with developmental disabilities to share and voice their concerns regarding social issues that affect their lives.
Self-Directed Services is an OPWDD initiative that provides a person and his or her family the opportunity to make decisions about what supports and services they need to enjoy meaningful relationships.
The Resource Center offers Community Habilitation to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who live independently in the community. The Community Habilitation service is designed to promote and enhance independent living skills.
The Day Services Department is comprised of Day Habilitation Programs at five locations in Chautauqua County. Day Hab is a compilation of supports and services that assist people with developmental disabilities to develop and attain life goals.
The Resource Center offers a variety of living options for individuals with developmental disabilities, ranging from round-the-clock care for those with specialized needs, to community-based homes operated by TRC, to providing supports that allow individuals to live on their own.
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Our Mission: To support individuals with disabilities and other challenges in achieving maximum independence, contributing to their community, experiencing lifelong growth, and enjoying quality of life.
What people say
"We are extremely grateful for The Resource Center or any group that donates or volunteers, because we serve a lot of people in need in the community."
Patricia Sharp, Community Helping Hands Office Manager
"Southern Tier Brewing Company is happy to bring jobs back to the local economy. Our relationship is important with The Resource Center because it gives us an
opportunity to provide meaningful work to people with disabilities. Additionally, they are providing a wonderful service for us."
Jim Maione, Director of Distribution, Southern Tier Brewing Company
"The Resource Center's Primary Care Staff have been helpful and responsive to my health concerns. I am able to see my provider the same day I contact the office with a need."
Amanda S. – Patient
"I’ve used the clients at The Resource Center in the past and their quality is excellent and their work ethic is very good. The clients knew what the expected quality level was and
where it needed to be."
Mike Richner, Manufacturing Manager, Dahlstrom Roll Form