Bios Structured Interview
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Applicant's Name *
Applicant's Phone Number
Name of Interviewer *
Date of Scheduled Interview *
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Type of interview *
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What position is this candidate interviewing for? *
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Bios office interviewing for: *
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How did you get referred to Bios? (friend, family, just saw job ad, FB,
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If referred by a Bios employee, list the name of who referred them:
In order to work at Bios, you have to have your own clean reliable transportation to help people get around the community. Do you have access to a clean reliable vehicle?
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Do you have auto insurance with you as a named driver?
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Is your driver's license valid and current?
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If we hire you, will you be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the US? (SSC, Birth Certificate, VISA, etc.)
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This job requires lifting up to 50 lbs, bending, twisting, stooping and walking. Can you perform these activities?
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If you are unable to complete the activities above, what accommodations would allow you to safely perform these tasks? (If the person says they need accommodations, notify your AD.)
We do a very thorough criminal background check, reference checks and abuse and neglect registry checks. Is there anything on your background check that we need to discuss or be concerned about? (If the candidate discloses a criminal history, please request a disposition)
Have you worked for Bios before? If so, where?
What do you know about Bios and the work we do?
What work schedule are you looking for?
What days are you available
What are salary/hourly wage expectations?
What are you looking for in a job, right now? What are your "must have's" from the employer you choose to work with?
Tell me about the work you've been doing over the past two years?
Tell me why you left your last two jobs.
Tell me about things you enjoyed most and least from former jobs?
Did you have any gaps in your employment over the past 10 years? (If yes, ask to explain.)
Tell me about your experience with people with disabilities.
**THIS QUESTION IS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS. SKIP IF NOT NECESSARY. Have you ever supported someone with autism?
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**THIS QUESTION IS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS. SKIP IF NOT NECESSARY. What do you know about autism?
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**THIS QUESTION IS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS. SKIP IF NOT NECESSARY. Have you supported someone who could become physically aggressive (hits, bites, scratches, etc) ?
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**THIS QUESTION IS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS. SKIP IF NOT NECESSARY. How do you feel about working with someone who could get physically aggressive?
**THIS QUESTION IS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS. SKIP IF NOT NECESSARY. How do you feel about working with someone who does not communicate in words?
**THIS QUESTION IS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS. SKIP IF NOT NECESSARY. How would you feel about working with someone who may only get out in the community occasionally? Most programming/work would be performed in the home setting.
**THIS QUESTION IS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS. SKIP IF NOT NECESSARY. What ideas do you have about activities to try in the home or in the community when working with someone with autism?
What training, licenses or certifications do you have?
If hired, you will work as part of a team. What does teamwork mean to you and what are your expectations of employees who are on your work teams.
Tell me about a stressful work situation you have had and how you worked through it.
What situations or circumstances do you think it's okay to call off of work?
Tell me about a time you helped someone be more independent by taking more control in their own life.
On a scale of 1 to 5, five being very comfortable and 1 being unwilling or unable to do it, rank yourself on the following tasks you might do as a DSP. Cook healthy meals
Unwilling or unable to do it
Very comfortable doing it
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House cleaning
Unwilling or unable to do it.
Very comfortable doing it.
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Helping people bathe, toilet, dress
Unwilling or unable to do it
Very comfortable doing it
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Changing adult briefs and providing other total care activities (may include tube feeding, colostomy care, etc.)
Unable or unwilling to do it
Completely comfortable doing it
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Supporting people who have coping or communication challenges that might exhibit verbal or physical aggression
unwilling or unable to do it
completely comfortable doing it
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Supporting people who use few or no words to communicate
Unwilling or unable to do it
Completely comfortable doing it
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Working with someone who likes to be on the go all the time
Unwilling or unable to do it
Completely comfortable doing it
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Working with someone who is a homebody and likes to hang around the house most of the time.
It would drive me crazy
It would be a great fit for me
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Doing a lot of things outdoors in all kinds of weather (as long as weather conditions are safe)
Unwilling or unable to do it
Completely comfortable doing it
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Helping people manage money
Unwilling or unable to do it
Completely comfortable doing it
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Using technology such as a tablet or computer to manage your time and complete documentation
Unwilling or unable to do it
Completely comfortable doing it
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What are three hobbies you enjoy or talents you have that you might be able to share with a person you work with
How would you handle this situation: The person you work with has a doctor's appointment this afternoon but needs to take a shower before going but he's refusing.
Is this phone number the best way for us to reach you? If not, add alternative number
What questions do you have for me?
Why should hire you to work at Bios?
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