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Current Openings

  • Human Resource Manager

  • Receptionist

  • Residential Direct Support Provider

  • Day Program Direct Support Provider

  • Supported Living Services Direct Support Provider

Human Resource Manager

Requirements

  1. Must be 18 years of age

  2. Valid Colorado driver’s license with acceptable driving record

  3. Acceptable criminal background check

  4. Acceptable negative drug test

Education/Skills

High School Diploma or Equivalent. Computer literacy/possesses good oral and written communications skills. Ability to perform specific responsibilities as listed. Experience with Excel and Word. Use of office equipment, 10-key, and keyboard. 

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Provide Administrative Support-to included, Managing Executive Director's correspondence, as requested: keep reading files up to date. Assist Executive Director and Director of Operations in variety of areas including, but not limited to, public relations, administrative projects, management of policy and procedure data base.

2. Workman's Compensation- manage all work comp claims. This will involve assistance in making appointments as well as monitoring physician's notes after appointments. Provide good working relations between employee, physician and the claim's representative through the workman's compensation carrier.

3. Ensuring communication of policy changes are relayed to all employees.

4. Background Checks-Conduct background checks on all new employees. Background checks must be done both with ADP, CBI, and CAPS.

5. E-Verify-As part of the directives from the Department of Homeland Security, all new hires must be check through the E-Verify system upon hire. 

6. Assisting with the Hiring Process-The HR manager will assist with conducting interviews on potential applicants. 

7. New Hire Paperwork-Ensuring all new hires are met with and set up within the finance system. Completing the new hire checklist to ensure all needed documentation is filled out and filed within the employee's personnel file. 

8. Other Duties and Responsibilities as Assigned.

Our office is open 7:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Thursday. Your hours will be determined by the Director of Operations.

Receptionist

Job Title:         Receptionist

Reports To:     Director of Operations

Supervises:      N/A

Status:             Part-time

Position Overview:

This position provides a professional, friendly individual to represent our team and serve as the first point of contact for guests visiting our busy office from 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Monday-Thursday. This employee is responsible for greeting guests when they arrive on-site, explaining how to navigate our office, answering and transferring phone calls and managing our incoming and outgoing mail/deliveries.

Qualifications:

1.      Must be 18 years of age

2.      High school diploma or equivalent

3.      Valid Colorado driver’s license

4.      Acceptable criminal background check

5.      Acceptable negative drug test

Working Skills:

1.      Physical movements include sitting, standing, reaching, bending, stooping, twisting, turning, walking

2.      Lifting up to 50 lbs.

3.      Basic office skills include reading, writing, counting and/or computing, phone use, typing, filing, computer use, and copier use.

Job Functions:

Job functions are considered essential and all individuals in the position must be able to complete these duties with reasonable accommodations.

1.      Greeting guest and ensuring that each one is appropriately signed in. Sign in sheets should be kept in compliance with state guidelines.

2.      Answering and transferring phone calls in an appropriate and timely manner.

3.      Checking in and putting away deliveries in a timely manner.

4.      Sorting mail and ensuring it is delivered to the appropriate party.

5.      Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Residential Direct Support Provider

Job Title:        Residential Direct Support Provider

Reports To:    Residential Manager

Supervises:     NA

Status:            Full Time, Part Time, Fill In

 

Position Overview:

This position provides direct supervision, care of and training for the Developmentally Disabled in the residence and possibly day program as well.  The employee is responsible for personal care services, behavior maintenance, housekeeping, transportation, cooking, and paperwork associated with the residential program.  This position will assist in organizing and executing community outings for the residents in the home.  The employee may also be responsible for teaching day program groups, assisting with day program activities, and day program outings.  When working in the day program, this employee will be supervised by the Day Program Manager.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Must be 18 years of age.

  2. High School Diploma.

  3. Valid Colorado Driver’s License with acceptable driving record.

  4. Acceptable Criminal background check.

  5. Acceptable negative drug test.

 

Working Skills:

  1. Physical movements include sitting, standing, reaching, bending, stooping, twisting, turning, walking, running, driving, and restraining individuals.

  2. Repeated lifting of no less than 50 pounds.

  3. Basic office skills include reading, writing, counting and/or computing, phone use, typing, filing, computer use, and copier use.

  4. Housekeeping skills include cleaning and sanitizing of the home, laundry, and cooking.

  5. Complete and pass QMAP training.

  6. Attending person specific training.

 

Job Functions:

Job functions are considered essential and all individuals in the position must be able to complete these duties with reasonable accommodation.

  1. Personal Care Services:

    1. Meals – Assist residents in the following: proper nutritional menu planning, shopping, and meal preparation.  Instruction in eating skill/table manners.  Instruction and participation in kitchen duties.

    2. Clothing – Buying, laundering, mending clothing.  Develop/implement programs for dressing and clothing care skills.

    3. Hygiene/Grooming – Purchase of toiletry articles.  Develop/implement programs for daily bathing, toileting, menstrual care, and hair care.

    4. Health Care – Administration of prescribed and over the counter drugs/first aid supplies.  Secure all medication.  Keep daily medication, seizure incident, and illness records as required.  Handle all medical emergencies.  Report illness, injury, or symptoms to your supervisor.  Oversee Health and Welfare of individuals.

  2. Consumer Supervision/Behavior Maintenance:

    1. Plan and implement supervision as outlined in Individual Plan.

    2. Implement Individual Service and Support Plans (ISSP) and Behavioral Support Plans (IBSSP).

    3. Fill out GER reports as needed and daily contact logs via the Therap program on computer. 

    4. Ensure client records are maintained in compliance with the state survey standard.

    5. Conduct daily documentation and quarterly review of client records.

  3. Recreational Services:

    1. Daily Activities – facilitate activities for all individuals on a regular basis.

    2. Scheduled Activities – conduct and participate in activities while on shift, as scheduled by SDS.

    3. Ensure optimal integration of all individuals in some manner.

Day Program Direct Support Provider

Job Title:        Day Program Direct Support Provider

Reports To:    Day Program Manager

Supervises:     NA

Status:            Full Time, Part Time, Fill In

 

Position Overview:

This position provides direct supervision, care of and training for the Developmentally Disabled at the day program site and in the community.  The employee is responsible for personal care services, behavior maintenance, transportation, cooking, and paperwork associated with the day program.  This position will assist in organizing and executing community outings for the individuals in the day program.  The employee will also be responsible for teaching day program groups and facilitating activities while at the day program site. 

 

Qualifications:

  1. Must be 18 years of age.

  2. High School Diploma.

  3. Valid Colorado Driver’s License with acceptable driving record.

  4. Acceptable Criminal background check.

  5. Acceptable negative drug test.

 

Working Skills:

  1. Physical movements include sitting, standing, reaching, bending, stooping, twisting, turning, walking, running, driving, and restraining individuals.

  2. Repeated lifting of no less than 50 pounds.

  3. Basic office skills include reading, writing, counting and/or computing, phone use, typing, filing, computer use, and copier use.

  4. Housekeeping skills include cleaning and sanitizing of the day program site and possible cooking.

  5. Complete and pass QMAP training.

  6. Attending person specific training.

 

Job Functions:

Job functions are considered essential and all individuals in the position must be able to complete these duties with reasonable accommodation.

  1. Personal Care Services:

    1. Meals – Assist individuals in the following: proper nutritional menu planning, shopping, and meal preparation for cooking class.  Instruction in eating skill/table manners.  Instruction and participation in kitchen duties.

    2. Clothing – Buying, laundering, mending clothing.  Develop/implement programs for dressing and clothing care skills.

    3. Hygiene/Grooming – Develop/implement programs for daily bathing, toileting, menstrual care, and hair care.

    4. Health Care – Administration of prescribed and over the counter drugs/first aid supplies.  Secure all medication.  Keep daily medication, seizure incident, and illness records as required.  Handle all medical emergencies.  Report illness, injury, or symptoms to your supervisor.  Oversee Health and Welfare of individuals.

  2. Consumer Supervision/Behavior Maintenance:

    1. Plan and implement supervision as outlined in Individual Plan.

    2. Implement Individual Service and Support Plans (ISSP) and Behavioral Support Plans (IBSSP).

    3. Fill out GER reports as needed and daily contact logs via the Therap program on computer. 

    4. Ensure client records are maintained in compliance with the state survey standard.

    5. Conduct daily documentation and quarterly review of client records.

  3. Community Outings:

    1. Daily Activities – facilitate activities for all individuals on a regular basis.

    2. Scheduled Activities – conduct and participate in activities while on shift, as scheduled by SDS.

    3. Ensure optimal integration of all individuals in some manner.

  4. Day Program Groups:

    1. Teach small groups in various topics assigned by the Program Manager.

    2. Assist with activities related to the lesson.

    3. Assist with physical activities related to fine motor and gross motor skills.

Supported Living Services Direct Support Provider

Job Title:        Supported Living Services Direct Support Provider

Reports To:    Supported Living Services Manager

Supervises:     NA

Status:            Part-time

 

Position Overview:

This position provides direct supervision, care of and training for the Developmentally Disabled at the SDS site, in the home, and in the community.  The employee is responsible for personal care services, behavior maintenance, transportation, homemaking, repite care, and paperwork associated with the Supported Living Services.  This position will assist in organizing and executing community outings for the individuals we serve.  The employee will also be responsible for teaching and/or prompting activities of daily living. 

 

Qualifications:

  1. Must be 18 years of age.

  2. High School Diploma.

  3. Valid Colorado Driver’s License with acceptable driving record.

  4. Acceptable Criminal background check.

  5. Acceptable negative drug test.

 

Working Skills:

  1. Physical movements include sitting, standing, reaching, bending, stooping, twisting, turning, walking, running, driving, and restraining individuals.

  2. Repeated lifting of no less than 50 pounds.

  3. Basic office skills include reading, writing, counting and/or computing, phone use, typing, filing, computer use, and copier use.

  4. Housekeeping skills include cleaning and sanitizing of the day program site and possible cooking.

  5. Complete and pass QMAP training.

  6. Attending person specific training.

 

Job Functions:

Job functions are considered essential and all individuals in the position must be able to complete these duties with reasonable accommodation.

  1. Personal Care Services:

    1. Check individual in via Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) upon arrival.

    2. Provide services such as assistance with scheduling appointments, grocery shopping, running errands, connecting to resources, etc. 

    3. Safely transport individual(s) if necessary.

    4. Document accurately and in a timely manner.

  2. Consumer Supervision/Behavior Maintenance:

    1. Plan and implement supervision as outlined in Individual Plan.

    2. Implement Individual Service and Support Plans (ISSP) and Behavioral Support Plans (IBSSP).

    3. Fill out GER reports as needed and daily contact logs via the Therap program on computer. 

    4. Ensure client records are maintained in compliance with the state survey standard.

    5. Conduct daily documentation and quarterly review of client records.

  3. Community Outings:

    1. Scheduled Activities – conduct and participate in activities while on shift, as scheduled by SDS.

    2. Safely transport individual(s) to and from events.

    3. Ensure optimal integration of all individuals in some manner.

    4. Document accurately and in a timely manner.

  4. Homemaker Services:

    1. Check individual in via Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) upon arrival.

    2. Assess needs and abilities.

    3. Meals – Assist individuals in the following: proper nutritional menu planning, shopping, and meal preparation.  Instruction in eating skill/table manners.  Instruction and participation in kitchen duties.

    4. Hygiene/Grooming – Educating and/or prompting individuals 

    5. Provide education and direction for maintaining a safe, clean home and person.

    6. Document accurately and in a timely manner.

  5. Respite Services:​

    1. Check individual in via Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) upon arrival if services provided off site.

    2. Safely transport individual(s) if required.​

    3. Provide services away from in home care provider.

    4. Document accurately and in a timely manner. 

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