GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITIONUnder the general supervision of the Deputy Director of the assigned area with direct supervision of the Program Supervisor, the Instructor is responsible for providing training, supervision and support to an assigned group of persons served in the Vocational Services Department. PRIMARY JOB FUNCTION(S) Responsible for providing constant supervision and personal care assistance to a group of person(s) served as defined in the CHOICE Plan and Service Funding Plan which includes, but is not limited to meals, mobility, community outings, medical issues, etc. Responsible for providing skill training and constant supervision to a group of persons served during activities and community outings. Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate an active learning experience to enhance living skills. Develop lesson plans and provide a variety of learning material and resources to be used in educational and leisure activities. Evaluate the performance, development and interaction of the person served progress. Takes inventory of activity supplies and submits request for additional material as needed. Completes all required data in a timely manner, ie incident reports, behavior data, community outing documents, goals, lessons plans etc. Acts as the Agency representative with employers, volunteer coordinators and the public. Provides supervision to persons served until persons served are picked up and dropped off at site by Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) mobility or designated mode of transportation. 10. Must accurately record the pick up and drop off time of persons served in the program. Para-transit rider's vehicle number and name of the vehicle company must be recorded.11. Consistently implements behavior programs in accordance with approved Behavior Plan. 12. Handles all emergency situations in accordance with Agency Policies and Procedures.13. Must report to assigned location during inclement weather, illness or other absence of the person served employed and completes job responsibilities for the person served.14. Maintains assigned activity/work area in a neat and organized manner at all times. 15. Presents a positive role model for persons served and Agency staff.16. Attends work regularly according to assigned work schedule and in accordance with Agency policy.17. Attends and participates in all in-service training, staff meetings and other activities to facilitate professional development.18. Works cooperatively with others including all staff, supervisors, administrators, co-workers, persons served, community professionals, customers, vendors and the public.19. Follows instructions and abides by Agency policies and procedures.20. Assumes other duties, responsibilities, and special projects as needed.EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalent preferred.EXPERIENCE: Experience working with persons with intellectual disabilities and who have challenging medical and/or behavioral issues preferred. Must have a valid driver=s license and an acceptable driving record as determined by criteria established by the Agency=s insurance carrier and by Agency policy.