Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional

Careers for Compassionate People

The Arc of Acadiana is proud that we are a hard-working family, dedicated to the development and happiness of our clients.

We are growing by offering services into greater regions throughout Louisiana and as an organization with constantly developing programs and scope of services. Please check back often to see what positions are available in your area. We are excited to meet people who will be as dedicated to our mission as we are!




Company Name Arc of Acadiana
Location New Iberia, Lafayette, United States
Date Posted November 30, 2017
Category Default
Job Type Full-Time




• Bachelor’s degree in field related to human services and 1 year experience supporting people with developmental disabilities.


• Assure compliance with state and federal licensing requirements, Participate in the programs licensing process.

• Participate in the screening process of potential clients.  Complete all pre-admission and admission process.

• Review client incident reports and take appropriate, timely corrective action.  Notify Home Manager, Program Manager, and Director immediately of all critical incidents.

• Develop and oversee implementation of Individual Service Plan (ISP) for each assigned client, including annual ISP review, team meetings and subsequent documentation distribution.

• Complete required, daily, monthly, quarterly, and annual program documentation and other required reports in timely manner.

• Coordinate and assure service implementation with outside services through regular monitoring and progress reviews.

• Coordinate and assure service implementation with Home Manager, Program Manager, or Director.

• Facilitate client participation in community and recreational activities.

• Coordinate with Physicians for the procurement and maintenance of adaptive equipment required by clients.

• Assist in orientation and annual training of Direct Support Staff.

• Work with the Home Managers, Program Manager and Director as a team for the overall care of clients.

• Insure Home Manager and staff adherence to client schedule, use of specified material and accurate data collection methods.

• Conduct regular audits of client data/progress notes and follow-up with staff on any errors, or discrepancies.

• Maintain open, frequent communication with Home Manager, Program Manager, and Director regarding concerns and general client status.

• Adhere to the agency policy on Client Rights; be able to interpret them to clients and/or family members.

• Be aware and adhere to agency policies and procedures, work cooperatively with interagency departments respecting the established chain of command.

• Assist in client evacuation in the event of a natural disaster.

• Perform additional duties as assigned.