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The Arc of Rensselaer County

Individualized Service Manager



Job Description
The Individualized Service manager manages the implementation of day to day operations for assigned individuals at our Brunswick Center day-hab location. They will work collaboratively to identify, develop and evaluate community opportunities for the people served based on an individualized planning process that will lead to the development of a Day Habilitation plan that enables life-enriching outcomes. This role requires provision of direct support to individuals in order to assist them in working toward identified goals and accomplishing desired outcomes. This role also oversees the work performance and professional development of assigned Direct Support Professionalism to the Individualized Supports team.

$14.25 hr

Education/Experience Required:
High School Diploma and 3+ years of experience in the field. Must have valid New York State Driver’s license and good driving record. This position requires the capacity to support people’s physical management needs, necessitating the ability to lift in excess of fifty pounds (50).








About The Arc of Rensselaer County
The Arc of Rensselaer County is a non-profit agency located in Troy, NY supporting individuals with disabilities and their families throughout Rensselaer County. We are an association of people with disabilities, parents, professionals and community members dedicated to building the capacity of the community to fully include persons with disabilities.

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