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An exciting opportunity to work in a preschool setting with children ages 2-5 with autism and related disabilities. Help children learn skills to function successfully in home, school and community settings.

Change a life today!

About the Role of the Ed Tech III:

As a Woodfords' Ed Tech III:
•You work directly with the students providing hands on guidance while helping them meet their individualized goals.
•You help guide them toward fulfilling their potential for cognitive, social and emotional growth and maturation.
•You will be a member of the Early Childhood program working independently with a child and cooperatively with a team.
•Your schedule is Monday - Friday allowing you to maintain a work/life balance.

We invest in you and provide you with paid training & opportunities for advancement! We will teach you the skills and strategies needed to be successful.

•$14.50 to $16/hour (depending on education and experience)

•Additional $0.50/hour increase if hired with current Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) certification

Key Qualifications of an Ed Tech III:
•A minimum of 90 credit hours required; Bachelor's degree preferred, in special education, early childhood or a related field.
•A minimum of two years' experience preferred and the desire to work with children with special needs.
•Ability to work a year-round, Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 3:30 pm schedule
•Good documentation skills
•A positive attitude and high energy level

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Support adults with disabilities as they work to reach their own unique goals! Help individuals learn life skills, gain independence, and participate in community activities.

Woodfords is seeking dynamic individuals who want to positively impact the lives of adults with special needs. Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) work with adult consumers, their families and other service providers to promote independence and community inclusion.

We have open casual, part-time, and full-time positions throughout Southern Maine!

About the Person We Want to Hire as a full-time, part-time, or casual Direct Support Professional (DSP):

You are compassionate, energetic and a people-person!
You are supportive and have a passion for helping others.
You have good verbal and written communication skills.
You are an excellent problem solver.
You are patient, understanding and creative.
You're a dynamic individual who wants to impact the lives of people with special needs and their families!
If this describes you, then a position as a Direct Support Professional (DSP) at Woodfords could be waiting for you!

APPLY online: woodfords.applicantpro.com/jobs/1179249.html
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Do you want to make a difference in the life of a child?

Apply today to join our team as a BHP!

You will work one-on-one with a child or adolescent with special needs within their home and community focusing on behaviors, social skills, personal and daily routines, as well as community inclusion. You will be a key member of the In-Home Support program working independently with the child and cooperatively with a treatment team.

Please formally apply online here: woodfords.applicantpro.com/jobs/1110196.html
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About the Maintenance Technician Position:

Woodfords Family Services is pleased to announce an opening for a full-time Maintenance Technician. The Maintenance Technician will be part of the Westbrook-based Maintenance team that works to maintain a standard of facility performance that will meet the needs of Woodfords Family Services' staff, our consumers and their families, and our community partners. The Maintenance team provides facility maintenance for Woodfords Family Services' buildings and properties from Kennebunk to Waterville.

Requirements of the Maintenance Technician include:
•High school diploma/GED required
•A minimum of two years of facility maintenance
•Experienced in operating a variety of equipment, including snow blowers, lawn mowers, and small hand tools necessary to complete duties of the position.
•Effective written and oral communication skills
•Able to work well with minimal supervision
•Ability to prioritize tasks and follow specified procedures
•Must have a valid driver's license, current auto insurance and use of a vehicle daily

Responsibilities of the Maintenance Technician include:
•Utilize computer skills to document time and a work order system to support the completion of all requests
•Perform minor building, HVAC, plumbing, electrical and painting repairs as necessary for all sites, independently and/or as directed by the Director of Facilities.
•Perform all inspections on building and safety equipment based on the recommendations of manufacturers, safety committee, management and/or licensing/regulatory agencies
•Perform building upgrades to decks, interior painting, flooring, doors and windows as scheduled by the Director of Facilities. Schedule and perform lawn maintenance as required by all sites
•Perform snow removal and sanding of driveways and walkways to insure the safe passage during winter months
•Inspect Woodfords Family Services' vehicle fleet periodically to insure that they are safe for use, all inspections and registrations are current, and coordinate vehicle maintenance and repair
•Maintain a cell phone and respond to emergency calls by building security, fire department, and police.
•Set up of the training Rooms for scheduled meetings as needed
•Support of company fundraisers and other events
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