Details for NORTHERN WISCONSIN CENTER - Ad from 2019-05-11

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is currently recruiting for
RESIDENT CARE SUPERVISOR; CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT and
THERAPY ASSISTANT at the Northern Wisconsin Center (NWC). NWC provides
care and treatment to people with intellectual disabilities.
The RESIDENT CARE SUPERVISOR supervises and directs the activities of staff in
an apartment complex. This position directs staff in the implementation of treatment
programs designed by a multi-disciplinary treatment team. The starting salary will not
be less than $22.89/hr.
The CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT, referred to as Resident Care Technician,
provides care and oversight to people with intellectual disabilities of daily living,
socialization, leisure-time activities and motor skill development within a home-like
environment. We are offering a sign-on bonus of $1000 for eligible CNA’s! The starting
pay is $16.78/hr.
The THERAPY ASSISTANT plans and conducts recreational and vocational activities
appropriate and consistent with leisure time and developmental needs. This position
functions in a para-professional capacity and practices Active Treatment by promoting
the objectives of the clients and using proactive teaching and behavioral approaches.
The starting pay is $15.98/hr.
Visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/nwc/employment.htm for more information.

Attn: Terry McCann
2820 E. Park Ave. • Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
terrance.mccann@dhs.wisconsin.gov • 715-723-5542 ext. 4150
NWC is an Equal Opportunity and Veteran Friendly Employer.

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