This is a wonderful opportunity to work with active duty Navy families who have at least one child with a special need or disability in the family's home. Qualifications for this position include experience working with children with special needs and/or disability, reliable transportation, and current or be willing to get CPR/First Aid certification. It is very important that the candidate be reliable, trustworthy, responsible and love working with children.
This position is part-time, and offers flexible hours. Additionally, this position requires a dedicated person who is willing to go through the military's screening process. This process includes a federal & state background check, CPS (child protective services) clearance, sex offender registry check, reference checks, a medication dispensation course, and a recognizing child abuse and neglect course. All checks and courses are reimbursed.