We are looking for responsible, creative individuals who enjoy working with others and who sincerely want to make a difference in someone’s life. We provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities including attendant care, habilitation, and respite. We offer In-Center training for all employees.
Our members require repetition to help them learn how to interact appropriately with each other, their providers, and the community where they live. An effective provider is one who is patient, understanding, caring, and creative.
ABOUT LEXINGTON PROVIDERS
Providers get to know their members and take charge in group situations to guide their members toward achieving their goals. Providers are expected to know their member’s goals and assist in developing activities that will help their members achieve those goals in a social, group setting.
“I couldn’t be happier with Lexington. It’s more than a school with great teachers and caregivers, it’s been a new life for my son.”
Richard Roe, Parent | Mesa Campus
“The Life Academy is probably the best school that my daughter has been in and is the only school that she looks forward to going to and no longer fights me to stay home.”
Sharron Carstens, Parent | Show Low Campus
“Lexington has opened many doors for our son and we believe it will only continue to grow into adulthood.”
Jennifer Barker, Parent | Mesa Campus
To begin the application process, you will need to provide a completed employment application, a notarized Criminal History Affidavit, and 3 references. References must be someone you have known for at least one year and cannot be a direct relative.
Paperwork will be given to you after the initial interview. This paperwork will include the following: W4, A4, I9, Direct Service Position, Digital Signature Disclosure Page, Employee Handbook. You will also need to apply for a level one fingerprint clearance card if you do not already have one.
During or after your paperwork has been submitted you may begin training, which must be completed during the hiring process. Training will vary depending on the position applied for, but may include the following: Article 9, CPR, First Aid, Habilitation, Prevention and Support, Direct Care Worker Level 1: Fundamentals, Direct Care Worker Level 2: Developmental Disabilities.