Direct Care Instructor

Job Description

Caring, compassionate, and motivated Instructors needed for Day Program settings for several facilities throughout Macomb County. Work with developmentally disabled and/or physically disabled adults, providing training and assistance with skills of daily living, communication, socialization, safety skills, etc. while maintaining the health and safety of persons served. Great hours, day shift, Mon-Fri, no nights, holidays or weekends. Great benefits for full-time employees, including health, vision, dental and life insurance, and paid holiday breaks!


To apply, check out our website at Lifeskillscentersinc.org and fill out an application online.
Qualifying Applicants must provide the following:
High School Diploma or equivalent (GED)
Valid Michigan Driver’s License and good driving record
Pass a physical, 60lb lift test, drug screen and TB test
Good moral character, including a clear criminal background check.
Successfully complete all initial and orientation, and agency training within the timelines specified



Company Description
Life Skills Centers, Inc. started in 1981 under Northwest Regional Residential Centers.
In September of 1983, we incorporated with three sheltered workshops. We soon progressed to serving the severely mentally impaired and medically fragile populations after our incorporation.
In 2009 we advanced to our current twelve programs in the tri-county area, covering St. Clair, Macomb, and Oakland Counties. Our primary focus is on both facility based and community based skill building. We also have a strong focus on community integration, consumer advocacy, and helping our consumers to develop full meaningful lives.
All of our programs are individual centered and focused upon helping people to become as independent as possible and to become fully integrated into their community.
We strongly believe that in order to become integrated into the community, people must learn how to develop friendships and socialize with members of their local community.



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