Job DescriptionWe are hiring for a Full-Time Residential Advisor, Monday-Friday 8-4p. Our Advisors make a difference in the lives of our consumers in a community living setting.Responsibilities:As part of a curriculum-based, residential program - teach individuals the skills they need to be able to live independently upon graduation from the program.Participate in classroom instruction.Support and guide individuals through the practical application of skills in the home and in the community.Assess individual performance and provide constructive feedback.Transport individuals using agency vehicle.Maintain a good working relationship with peers and entities inside and outside the agency.Requirements:High school or equivalentExperience working with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities preferred but not required.Must possess a valid drivers license and drive agency vehicles as required.Lift and transfer persons with disabilities using mechanical lift systems.Participate in 24 hours of training annually.Complete a biannual physical examination.Complete first-aid, CPR and medication administration training within three months of hire.Work for us and get:Pay rate of $11 an hourCOLLEGE STUDENTS: If you graduate with your Bachelors degree and two years experience with us, you will be eligible for advancement.All positions are eligible for recognition through our great staff recognition programs.All positions are eligible to participate in our 403(b) retirement savings plan.Excellent medical and dental benefitsWhat's it like to work for an organization that puts family first? What organization values employees and our consumers? UCP of Central PA!! Apply now to be a part of a leading non-profit organization serving individuals with disabilities.Company DescriptionFor over 60 years, UCP Central PA (UCP) has been meeting the needs of individuals of all ages with all types of disabilities.UCP currently provides both community and center-based programs and services in 17 Central Pennsylvania counties, serving nearly 4,000 people with disabilities and their families.