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fold faq Careworker at Residential Group Home

Posted: 07/29/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Able to work as a team with flexibility. Bachelors preferred but not required.
  • DUTIES:If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential. The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security. Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities. A complete description is available by request.
  • LOCATION: Henderson, Nebraska
  • DAYS/HOURS: 6 days on; 3 days off
  • WAGE: 13,000 year to start
  • CONTACT: Laura Jost (402)363-1012
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Program Coordinator

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA/BS in Human Services or a related field is highly preferred. OR Associate degree in a field related to human services OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by rule 245D. 3. Experience requirements vary based on level of education: A. BA/BS in Human Services or related field: 1 year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR B. Associate degree in a human services or related field: 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR C. Diploma in a human services related field from an accredited post-secondary institute: 3 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older 4. A valid Minnesota driver’s license and satisfactory driving record 5. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English 6. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills 7. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance 8. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. One year or more of leadership or management experience in a group home setting is highly preferred.
  • DUTIES:The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at one or two group home sites. The Program Coordinator will also comply with all regulations and the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser while: 1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the group homes 2. Supervising all direct care staff 3. Managing the budget of the homes 4. Serving as site Designated Coordinator, including risk management plans and outcome-based plans for the residents We are seeking a new manager with strong decision making skills, who is able to manage their time well to get tasks done accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires individuals to be self-motivated. Applicants with strong communication skills and experience supervising others are strongly desired.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Working Monday-Friday during standard business hours, on-call Monday 8am-5pm, and on-call every fourth weekend from Friday 5pm-Monday 8am
  • WAGE: $33,000-$35,000 + $1000 hiring bonus
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www.fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq LEAD Direct Support Professional

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record, able to pass a MN Department of Human Services background study. High School degree/GED or college degree.
  • DUTIES:Make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing assistance with daily activities, including personal care, meal preparation, passing medications, spiritual support, hobbies and personal interests and accompanying and supporting individuals on appointments and actvities. The Lead DSP is also key in supporting current employees and welcoming and mentoring during the training of new employees.
  • LOCATION: Victoria, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Tues-Sat or Sun-Thurs, day and evening hours
  • WAGE: $11.85-13.60
  • CONTACT: Dawn Margavage 952-443-2608
  • ONLINE: BethesdaJobs.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Counselor

Posted: 07/01/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Position Overview: Support and reinforce the therapeutic plan of clients by providing guidance and direction to residents in their daily living activities. Provide mentorship and supervision of resident daily activities and behavior according to established guidelines and procedures. Participate with coworkers as a team on implementation of treatment plans and therapeutic services. Ensure resident safety and collaborate with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean and therapeutic. Plan and participate in off-campus resident activities and assist in the transportation of clients to home visits, doctor appointments, planned recreational activities. Perform other responsibilities, tasks and projects as needed.
  • DUTIES:Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Minimum of 21 years of age and a valid driver’s license Please submit profiles to www.nexustreatment.org or stop by to pick up an application at 407 130th Ave. South Onamia, MN. 56359. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disab
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Varies
  • WAGE: TBD
  • CONTACT: Dennis Carter (320) 738-5505
  • ONLINE: www.nexustreatment.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Fall Camp Counselor 2014

Posted: 06/25/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
  • DUTIES:Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday. POSITIONS: Counselors For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD Camp Courageous of Iowa 12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418 Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919 E-mail: www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.
  • LOCATION: Monticello, Iowa
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday
  • WAGE: $400/week
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Muellerleile 319-465-5916
  • ONLINE: www.campcourageous.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Quality Assurance Program Assistant

Posted: 06/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA / BS in Human Services or a related field. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified. 3. Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required. 4. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies. 5. Ability to pass certification course to administer medications and treatments (within 60 days of hire) 6. At least one year of experience as a Fraser Program Coordinator OR two years of equivalent experience working in a 24-hour residential setting with people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or related conditions. 7. Demonstrated organizational leadership and supervisory skills, including training and development, required. 8. Proficiency in regulatory compliance required, especially rules 245B, 203 and knowledge of 245D. 9. Knowledge of funding sources and proficiency in budget management required.
  • DUTIES:OVERVIEW This position provides leadership, oversight and supervision to assigned Residential Living sites. Assures continuous quality improvement in service development and management. Ensures compliance with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser. Quality Assurance Functions 1. Monitor service delivery excellence, regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction through an onsite and an online quality assurance process for assigned clients/sites. The emphasis of the monitoring process is with auditing and improvements on 45 Day and Annual documentation, Program Coordinator training, assisting Program Coordinators in maintaining electronic files in correct online folders so that Admin staff can access and monitor as needed. Assist Program Coordinators in maintaining standard individual file records on site and thinning/archiving records. 2. Assist in the development and implementation of service delivery methods to comply with current regulatory standards. Monitor Outcome documentation at sites as assigned and make recommendations to site Program Coordinator/Assistant Director/Senior Assistant Director. 3. Respond to documentation and program deficiencies and implement recommendations for corrective action. 4. Assist Program Coordinator/Assistant Directors in preparation /training regarding annual licensing as needed. 5. Monitor Residential Service sites periodically for required licensing requirements such as fire drill reports, medical equipment training, first aid supplies, etc. 6. Monitor Residential Service sites licensing requirements as outlined in the quality assurance process. 7. Audit health services documentation, supplies and equipment for residential service sites. 8. Conduct periodic financial audits at sites and assist in either making recommendations and/or implementing changes. Program Coordinator Functions Day to Day Site Management 1. Assure availability as required, either at the work site or electronically, to respond to emergencies immediately and provide direction and support to staff and clients. 2. Assure necessary staff coverage, and recommend staffing, to meet the needs of the clients served and the budgetary parameters of Fraser. 3. Assess customer satisfaction, service delivery excellence, and regulatory compliance, and respond to opportunities for improvement, through implementation of a quality assurance process. 4. Assure correctly prepared and accurate medication sheets, and the accuracy and documentation of administration of medication and treatments. Coordinate medication ordering. 5. Assure required documentation for all areas of client care are completed as required, including but not limited to Health Progress Notes, appointment forms, narrative notes, and data collection. 6. Coordinate weekly meal planning, grocery shopping and meal preparation as directed for each client served. 7. Maintain accurate financial information for sites supervised and all clients served. Collaborate with the finance department regarding financial management. 8. Coordinate and/or complete all household repairs and other upkeep. DC/QDDP Responsibilities 1. Assure routine active treatment for each person served. 2. Develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, and individual behavior plans for each client served, and assure accurate implementation of those plans. 3. Provide periodic progress reports to interdisciplinary team members, and ongoing communication for changes or issues as requested/required. 4. Coordinate admissions, discharges and grievances, in collaboration with the Assistant Director and the Director. 5. Implement responses to citations and recommendations for corrective action. 6. Coordinate consultative services for clients served. 7. Collaborate with medical professionals to coordinate health and medical needs for each client served. 8. Facilitate communication regarding program implementation among team members. Develop assessments, reports and conduct periodic meetings as required by the ISP/CSSP. 9. Facilitate the recognition of and response to service needs based on the cultural realities of clients served. 10. Assure regulatory compliance with documentation of incident/accident reports and internal investigations of possible maltreatment. General Functions 1. Support Assistant Directors in on-call coverage as directed. 2. Assist in the development, implementation and achievement of a management by objective (MBO) plan for Residential Living. 3. Recognize opportunities for and promote collaboration and team work within and between Residential Services and other divisions. 4. Assist in the development and implementation of division policies, procedures, budget, and quality assurance system for Residential Living. 5. Maintain knowledge of and contact with advocacy organizations.
  • LOCATION: Richfield
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday business hours with on-call responsibilities as assigned
  • WAGE: $38-40,000/yr. DOQ
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www/fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Manager I

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Qualifications (Need to meet one of the following qualifications): •(1) a baccalaureate degree in a field related to human services, and one year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(2) an associate degree in a field related to human services, and two years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(3) a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited postsecondary institution and three years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(4) a minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities; and (5) four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older under the supervision of a staff person who meets the qualifications identified in clauses (1) to (3).
  • DUTIES:Mains'l Services, Inc. is seeking an energetic and creative professional to join our team as a Manager I , supporting a caseload of individuals in the Shakopee, Chaska, and Chanhassen areas. We are looking for an individual with a proven ability to foster the team environment, who shows strength in both written and oral communication, and who has demonstrated leadership in the Human Services Field. Schedule: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week Position overview: Supervise Direct Support Professionals with completing necessary documentation, following policies and procedures, communicating with stakeholders, completing outcomes, completing IAPP's. Complete annual paperwork/meetings, daily documentation, monthly staff meetings/trainings, timesheet/ILS Summary verification, disciplinary action, direct care shifts as necessary, etc. Attend quarterly company forums, mandatory/optional trainings, and various internal meetings. Manage contracts/utilization of hours, communicate with Case Managers and other stakeholders on a regular basis, problem-solve with consumers and their teams, advocate for consumers, etc. Assist with program development, marketing, and problem solving. Ability to create/sustain/maintain stakeholder relationships. For additional information about this position, view our website: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp or call Catherine at 763-416-9167. Requirements: •Supervisory experience •Experience working with people with mental health concerns, brain injury and developmental disabilities •Strong problem solving skills •Ability to work with little direct supervision
  • LOCATION: Shakopee
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week
  • WAGE: Salary
  • CONTACT: Catherine Wiese 763-416-9167 cawiese@mainsl.com
  • ONLINE: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online
fold faq Resident Care Big Brother or Sister

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Committed Christian At least 22 years of age Experience helping teenagers Undergraduate or Graduate degree Work well on a team Teachable Work well in stress situations
  • DUTIES:We hire graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:http://files.tubesnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=thcsb35p&wmode=window&bgcolor=FFFFFF&t=1388434506" We hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It's a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful. Our next openings for male staff are for August and December, 2014 start dates and for females December. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply athttp://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
  • LOCATION: Independence, Missouri
  • DAYS/HOURS: 5 days on per week/60+ hours per week in ministry
  • WAGE: $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits.
  • CONTACT: Greg Stone (816) 812-2464 gstone@shelterwood.org
  • ONLINE: http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
fold faq Residential Care Home Client Assistant

Posted: 06/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Loving and responsible caregivers to provide care for elderly ladies in a residential care home in Eden Prairie. Background check and two step Mantoux required.
  • DUTIES:Personal cares, light housekeeping, preparing meals.
  • LOCATION: Eden Prairie, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Looking for immediate awake night and weekend hours.
  • WAGE: $13.00/hour
  • CONTACT: Becky Dorr 612-719-2915
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Program Coordinator, Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Join the team at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. QDDP/QIDP status related to Human Services required. Bachelor’s degree or higher in the Human Services field, including, but not limited to: Psychology,Social Work, Sociology, Education, Rehabilitation, or Counseling. At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or other developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Training in the field. CPR, Med Administration Certified (training provided at MORA). Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office Of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessment. Must have a current valid driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Provides leadership in the residential/community home, and shift supervision. Assists in program development, writing and data collection. Assists consumers with activities of daily living. Assists with daily cares, behavioral and medical needs of consumers. Assists with house financials, including resident accounts, house bills, rec fund. Assists in assessment, development, writing, data collection of individual programs for consumers. Implements, monitors individual programs. Participates in annual, quarterly interdisciplinary team planning meetings. Assists with consumer med appointments. Liaison with day programs. Assists with household management, including staff scheduling, groceries and house maintenance. Provides leadership and shift supervision. Ensures adequate supervision of consumers, including "if your shift replacement does not arrive, you are expected to remain on shift at your worksite until a suitable replacement staff has been located and arrives to replace you." Works harmoniously with and shows respect for employees, supervisors, vendors and consumers. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-F, mostly daytime, some early evening hours
  • WAGE: $14.00 - $19.32 DOQ
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor), Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Interest/experience in working with persons with Developmental Disabilities. Must be at least 18 years old. Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessments. Must have a valid current driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Join the Mount Olivet Rolling Acres team. This is a good entry level position for a Psychology or education major. The Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor) is responsible for the daily well-being and safety of the residents he/she supervises. The Residential Counselor assists the resident with all the activities of daily living, personal cares and program implementation. Residential Counselors insure adequate supervision of residents; assist with household maintenance and house-keeping. The Residential Counselor may accompany the resident to appointments and fun community activities. The Residential Counselor documents electronically all program data and daily log information accurately and in a timely fashion. Residential Counselors communicate effectively with others at work verbally and in writing, using the primary spoken language of residents in the home. Residential Counselors administer medications without errors (as requested) and demonstrate mastery of basic computer skills. Benefits: Full time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package, including: life insurance and voluntary life insurance opportunity, medical, dental, long term disability, short term disability opportunity, paid time off, flexible spending account, 403b retirement plans, company sponsored health reimbursement account, opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN), computer training, awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities. Take advantage of our generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Days vary, some weekdays, and every other weekend. Daytime and evening hours.
  • WAGE: $10.50 weekday, $11.50 weekend
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Careworker at Residential Group Home

Posted: 07/29/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Able to work as a team with flexibility. Bachelors preferred but not required.
  • DUTIES:If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential. The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security. Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities. A complete description is available by request.
  • LOCATION: Henderson, Nebraska
  • DAYS/HOURS: 6 days on; 3 days off
  • WAGE: 13,000 year to start
  • CONTACT: Laura Jost (402)363-1012
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Program Coordinator

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA/BS in Human Services or a related field is highly preferred. OR Associate degree in a field related to human services OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by rule 245D. 3. Experience requirements vary based on level of education: A. BA/BS in Human Services or related field: 1 year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR B. Associate degree in a human services or related field: 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR C. Diploma in a human services related field from an accredited post-secondary institute: 3 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older 4. A valid Minnesota driver’s license and satisfactory driving record 5. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English 6. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills 7. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance 8. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. One year or more of leadership or management experience in a group home setting is highly preferred.
  • DUTIES:The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at one or two group home sites. The Program Coordinator will also comply with all regulations and the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser while: 1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the group homes 2. Supervising all direct care staff 3. Managing the budget of the homes 4. Serving as site Designated Coordinator, including risk management plans and outcome-based plans for the residents We are seeking a new manager with strong decision making skills, who is able to manage their time well to get tasks done accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires individuals to be self-motivated. Applicants with strong communication skills and experience supervising others are strongly desired.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Working Monday-Friday during standard business hours, on-call Monday 8am-5pm, and on-call every fourth weekend from Friday 5pm-Monday 8am
  • WAGE: $33,000-$35,000 + $1000 hiring bonus
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www.fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq LEAD Direct Support Professional

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record, able to pass a MN Department of Human Services background study. High School degree/GED or college degree.
  • DUTIES:Make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing assistance with daily activities, including personal care, meal preparation, passing medications, spiritual support, hobbies and personal interests and accompanying and supporting individuals on appointments and actvities. The Lead DSP is also key in supporting current employees and welcoming and mentoring during the training of new employees.
  • LOCATION: Victoria, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Tues-Sat or Sun-Thurs, day and evening hours
  • WAGE: $11.85-13.60
  • CONTACT: Dawn Margavage 952-443-2608
  • ONLINE: BethesdaJobs.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Counselor

Posted: 07/01/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Position Overview: Support and reinforce the therapeutic plan of clients by providing guidance and direction to residents in their daily living activities. Provide mentorship and supervision of resident daily activities and behavior according to established guidelines and procedures. Participate with coworkers as a team on implementation of treatment plans and therapeutic services. Ensure resident safety and collaborate with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean and therapeutic. Plan and participate in off-campus resident activities and assist in the transportation of clients to home visits, doctor appointments, planned recreational activities. Perform other responsibilities, tasks and projects as needed.
  • DUTIES:Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Minimum of 21 years of age and a valid driver’s license Please submit profiles to www.nexustreatment.org or stop by to pick up an application at 407 130th Ave. South Onamia, MN. 56359. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disab
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Varies
  • WAGE: TBD
  • CONTACT: Dennis Carter (320) 738-5505
  • ONLINE: www.nexustreatment.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Fall Camp Counselor 2014

Posted: 06/25/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
  • DUTIES:Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday. POSITIONS: Counselors For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD Camp Courageous of Iowa 12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418 Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919 E-mail: www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.
  • LOCATION: Monticello, Iowa
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday
  • WAGE: $400/week
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Muellerleile 319-465-5916
  • ONLINE: www.campcourageous.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Quality Assurance Program Assistant

Posted: 06/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA / BS in Human Services or a related field. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified. 3. Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required. 4. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies. 5. Ability to pass certification course to administer medications and treatments (within 60 days of hire) 6. At least one year of experience as a Fraser Program Coordinator OR two years of equivalent experience working in a 24-hour residential setting with people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or related conditions. 7. Demonstrated organizational leadership and supervisory skills, including training and development, required. 8. Proficiency in regulatory compliance required, especially rules 245B, 203 and knowledge of 245D. 9. Knowledge of funding sources and proficiency in budget management required.
  • DUTIES:OVERVIEW This position provides leadership, oversight and supervision to assigned Residential Living sites. Assures continuous quality improvement in service development and management. Ensures compliance with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser. Quality Assurance Functions 1. Monitor service delivery excellence, regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction through an onsite and an online quality assurance process for assigned clients/sites. The emphasis of the monitoring process is with auditing and improvements on 45 Day and Annual documentation, Program Coordinator training, assisting Program Coordinators in maintaining electronic files in correct online folders so that Admin staff can access and monitor as needed. Assist Program Coordinators in maintaining standard individual file records on site and thinning/archiving records. 2. Assist in the development and implementation of service delivery methods to comply with current regulatory standards. Monitor Outcome documentation at sites as assigned and make recommendations to site Program Coordinator/Assistant Director/Senior Assistant Director. 3. Respond to documentation and program deficiencies and implement recommendations for corrective action. 4. Assist Program Coordinator/Assistant Directors in preparation /training regarding annual licensing as needed. 5. Monitor Residential Service sites periodically for required licensing requirements such as fire drill reports, medical equipment training, first aid supplies, etc. 6. Monitor Residential Service sites licensing requirements as outlined in the quality assurance process. 7. Audit health services documentation, supplies and equipment for residential service sites. 8. Conduct periodic financial audits at sites and assist in either making recommendations and/or implementing changes. Program Coordinator Functions Day to Day Site Management 1. Assure availability as required, either at the work site or electronically, to respond to emergencies immediately and provide direction and support to staff and clients. 2. Assure necessary staff coverage, and recommend staffing, to meet the needs of the clients served and the budgetary parameters of Fraser. 3. Assess customer satisfaction, service delivery excellence, and regulatory compliance, and respond to opportunities for improvement, through implementation of a quality assurance process. 4. Assure correctly prepared and accurate medication sheets, and the accuracy and documentation of administration of medication and treatments. Coordinate medication ordering. 5. Assure required documentation for all areas of client care are completed as required, including but not limited to Health Progress Notes, appointment forms, narrative notes, and data collection. 6. Coordinate weekly meal planning, grocery shopping and meal preparation as directed for each client served. 7. Maintain accurate financial information for sites supervised and all clients served. Collaborate with the finance department regarding financial management. 8. Coordinate and/or complete all household repairs and other upkeep. DC/QDDP Responsibilities 1. Assure routine active treatment for each person served. 2. Develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, and individual behavior plans for each client served, and assure accurate implementation of those plans. 3. Provide periodic progress reports to interdisciplinary team members, and ongoing communication for changes or issues as requested/required. 4. Coordinate admissions, discharges and grievances, in collaboration with the Assistant Director and the Director. 5. Implement responses to citations and recommendations for corrective action. 6. Coordinate consultative services for clients served. 7. Collaborate with medical professionals to coordinate health and medical needs for each client served. 8. Facilitate communication regarding program implementation among team members. Develop assessments, reports and conduct periodic meetings as required by the ISP/CSSP. 9. Facilitate the recognition of and response to service needs based on the cultural realities of clients served. 10. Assure regulatory compliance with documentation of incident/accident reports and internal investigations of possible maltreatment. General Functions 1. Support Assistant Directors in on-call coverage as directed. 2. Assist in the development, implementation and achievement of a management by objective (MBO) plan for Residential Living. 3. Recognize opportunities for and promote collaboration and team work within and between Residential Services and other divisions. 4. Assist in the development and implementation of division policies, procedures, budget, and quality assurance system for Residential Living. 5. Maintain knowledge of and contact with advocacy organizations.
  • LOCATION: Richfield
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday business hours with on-call responsibilities as assigned
  • WAGE: $38-40,000/yr. DOQ
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www/fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Manager I

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Qualifications (Need to meet one of the following qualifications): •(1) a baccalaureate degree in a field related to human services, and one year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(2) an associate degree in a field related to human services, and two years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(3) a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited postsecondary institution and three years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(4) a minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities; and (5) four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older under the supervision of a staff person who meets the qualifications identified in clauses (1) to (3).
  • DUTIES:Mains'l Services, Inc. is seeking an energetic and creative professional to join our team as a Manager I , supporting a caseload of individuals in the Shakopee, Chaska, and Chanhassen areas. We are looking for an individual with a proven ability to foster the team environment, who shows strength in both written and oral communication, and who has demonstrated leadership in the Human Services Field. Schedule: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week Position overview: Supervise Direct Support Professionals with completing necessary documentation, following policies and procedures, communicating with stakeholders, completing outcomes, completing IAPP's. Complete annual paperwork/meetings, daily documentation, monthly staff meetings/trainings, timesheet/ILS Summary verification, disciplinary action, direct care shifts as necessary, etc. Attend quarterly company forums, mandatory/optional trainings, and various internal meetings. Manage contracts/utilization of hours, communicate with Case Managers and other stakeholders on a regular basis, problem-solve with consumers and their teams, advocate for consumers, etc. Assist with program development, marketing, and problem solving. Ability to create/sustain/maintain stakeholder relationships. For additional information about this position, view our website: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp or call Catherine at 763-416-9167. Requirements: •Supervisory experience •Experience working with people with mental health concerns, brain injury and developmental disabilities •Strong problem solving skills •Ability to work with little direct supervision
  • LOCATION: Shakopee
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week
  • WAGE: Salary
  • CONTACT: Catherine Wiese 763-416-9167 cawiese@mainsl.com
  • ONLINE: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online
fold faq Resident Care Big Brother or Sister

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Committed Christian At least 22 years of age Experience helping teenagers Undergraduate or Graduate degree Work well on a team Teachable Work well in stress situations
  • DUTIES:We hire graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:http://files.tubesnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=thcsb35p&wmode=window&bgcolor=FFFFFF&t=1388434506" We hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It's a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful. Our next openings for male staff are for August and December, 2014 start dates and for females December. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply athttp://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
  • LOCATION: Independence, Missouri
  • DAYS/HOURS: 5 days on per week/60+ hours per week in ministry
  • WAGE: $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits.
  • CONTACT: Greg Stone (816) 812-2464 gstone@shelterwood.org
  • ONLINE: http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
fold faq Residential Care Home Client Assistant

Posted: 06/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Loving and responsible caregivers to provide care for elderly ladies in a residential care home in Eden Prairie. Background check and two step Mantoux required.
  • DUTIES:Personal cares, light housekeeping, preparing meals.
  • LOCATION: Eden Prairie, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Looking for immediate awake night and weekend hours.
  • WAGE: $13.00/hour
  • CONTACT: Becky Dorr 612-719-2915
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Program Coordinator, Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Join the team at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. QDDP/QIDP status related to Human Services required. Bachelor’s degree or higher in the Human Services field, including, but not limited to: Psychology,Social Work, Sociology, Education, Rehabilitation, or Counseling. At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or other developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Training in the field. CPR, Med Administration Certified (training provided at MORA). Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office Of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessment. Must have a current valid driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Provides leadership in the residential/community home, and shift supervision. Assists in program development, writing and data collection. Assists consumers with activities of daily living. Assists with daily cares, behavioral and medical needs of consumers. Assists with house financials, including resident accounts, house bills, rec fund. Assists in assessment, development, writing, data collection of individual programs for consumers. Implements, monitors individual programs. Participates in annual, quarterly interdisciplinary team planning meetings. Assists with consumer med appointments. Liaison with day programs. Assists with household management, including staff scheduling, groceries and house maintenance. Provides leadership and shift supervision. Ensures adequate supervision of consumers, including "if your shift replacement does not arrive, you are expected to remain on shift at your worksite until a suitable replacement staff has been located and arrives to replace you." Works harmoniously with and shows respect for employees, supervisors, vendors and consumers. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-F, mostly daytime, some early evening hours
  • WAGE: $14.00 - $19.32 DOQ
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor), Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Interest/experience in working with persons with Developmental Disabilities. Must be at least 18 years old. Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessments. Must have a valid current driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Join the Mount Olivet Rolling Acres team. This is a good entry level position for a Psychology or education major. The Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor) is responsible for the daily well-being and safety of the residents he/she supervises. The Residential Counselor assists the resident with all the activities of daily living, personal cares and program implementation. Residential Counselors insure adequate supervision of residents; assist with household maintenance and house-keeping. The Residential Counselor may accompany the resident to appointments and fun community activities. The Residential Counselor documents electronically all program data and daily log information accurately and in a timely fashion. Residential Counselors communicate effectively with others at work verbally and in writing, using the primary spoken language of residents in the home. Residential Counselors administer medications without errors (as requested) and demonstrate mastery of basic computer skills. Benefits: Full time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package, including: life insurance and voluntary life insurance opportunity, medical, dental, long term disability, short term disability opportunity, paid time off, flexible spending account, 403b retirement plans, company sponsored health reimbursement account, opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN), computer training, awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities. Take advantage of our generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Days vary, some weekdays, and every other weekend. Daytime and evening hours.
  • WAGE: $10.50 weekday, $11.50 weekend
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Careworker at Residential Group Home

Posted: 07/29/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Able to work as a team with flexibility. Bachelors preferred but not required.
  • DUTIES:If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential. The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security. Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities. A complete description is available by request.
  • LOCATION: Henderson, Nebraska
  • DAYS/HOURS: 6 days on; 3 days off
  • WAGE: 13,000 year to start
  • CONTACT: Laura Jost (402)363-1012
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Program Coordinator

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA/BS in Human Services or a related field is highly preferred. OR Associate degree in a field related to human services OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by rule 245D. 3. Experience requirements vary based on level of education: A. BA/BS in Human Services or related field: 1 year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR B. Associate degree in a human services or related field: 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR C. Diploma in a human services related field from an accredited post-secondary institute: 3 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older 4. A valid Minnesota driver’s license and satisfactory driving record 5. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English 6. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills 7. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance 8. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. One year or more of leadership or management experience in a group home setting is highly preferred.
  • DUTIES:The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at one or two group home sites. The Program Coordinator will also comply with all regulations and the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser while: 1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the group homes 2. Supervising all direct care staff 3. Managing the budget of the homes 4. Serving as site Designated Coordinator, including risk management plans and outcome-based plans for the residents We are seeking a new manager with strong decision making skills, who is able to manage their time well to get tasks done accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires individuals to be self-motivated. Applicants with strong communication skills and experience supervising others are strongly desired.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Working Monday-Friday during standard business hours, on-call Monday 8am-5pm, and on-call every fourth weekend from Friday 5pm-Monday 8am
  • WAGE: $33,000-$35,000 + $1000 hiring bonus
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www.fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq LEAD Direct Support Professional

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record, able to pass a MN Department of Human Services background study. High School degree/GED or college degree.
  • DUTIES:Make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing assistance with daily activities, including personal care, meal preparation, passing medications, spiritual support, hobbies and personal interests and accompanying and supporting individuals on appointments and actvities. The Lead DSP is also key in supporting current employees and welcoming and mentoring during the training of new employees.
  • LOCATION: Victoria, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Tues-Sat or Sun-Thurs, day and evening hours
  • WAGE: $11.85-13.60
  • CONTACT: Dawn Margavage 952-443-2608
  • ONLINE: BethesdaJobs.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Counselor

Posted: 07/01/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Position Overview: Support and reinforce the therapeutic plan of clients by providing guidance and direction to residents in their daily living activities. Provide mentorship and supervision of resident daily activities and behavior according to established guidelines and procedures. Participate with coworkers as a team on implementation of treatment plans and therapeutic services. Ensure resident safety and collaborate with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean and therapeutic. Plan and participate in off-campus resident activities and assist in the transportation of clients to home visits, doctor appointments, planned recreational activities. Perform other responsibilities, tasks and projects as needed.
  • DUTIES:Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Minimum of 21 years of age and a valid driver’s license Please submit profiles to www.nexustreatment.org or stop by to pick up an application at 407 130th Ave. South Onamia, MN. 56359. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disab
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Varies
  • WAGE: TBD
  • CONTACT: Dennis Carter (320) 738-5505
  • ONLINE: www.nexustreatment.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Fall Camp Counselor 2014

Posted: 06/25/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
  • DUTIES:Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday. POSITIONS: Counselors For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD Camp Courageous of Iowa 12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418 Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919 E-mail: www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.
  • LOCATION: Monticello, Iowa
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday
  • WAGE: $400/week
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Muellerleile 319-465-5916
  • ONLINE: www.campcourageous.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Quality Assurance Program Assistant

Posted: 06/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA / BS in Human Services or a related field. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified. 3. Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required. 4. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies. 5. Ability to pass certification course to administer medications and treatments (within 60 days of hire) 6. At least one year of experience as a Fraser Program Coordinator OR two years of equivalent experience working in a 24-hour residential setting with people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or related conditions. 7. Demonstrated organizational leadership and supervisory skills, including training and development, required. 8. Proficiency in regulatory compliance required, especially rules 245B, 203 and knowledge of 245D. 9. Knowledge of funding sources and proficiency in budget management required.
  • DUTIES:OVERVIEW This position provides leadership, oversight and supervision to assigned Residential Living sites. Assures continuous quality improvement in service development and management. Ensures compliance with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser. Quality Assurance Functions 1. Monitor service delivery excellence, regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction through an onsite and an online quality assurance process for assigned clients/sites. The emphasis of the monitoring process is with auditing and improvements on 45 Day and Annual documentation, Program Coordinator training, assisting Program Coordinators in maintaining electronic files in correct online folders so that Admin staff can access and monitor as needed. Assist Program Coordinators in maintaining standard individual file records on site and thinning/archiving records. 2. Assist in the development and implementation of service delivery methods to comply with current regulatory standards. Monitor Outcome documentation at sites as assigned and make recommendations to site Program Coordinator/Assistant Director/Senior Assistant Director. 3. Respond to documentation and program deficiencies and implement recommendations for corrective action. 4. Assist Program Coordinator/Assistant Directors in preparation /training regarding annual licensing as needed. 5. Monitor Residential Service sites periodically for required licensing requirements such as fire drill reports, medical equipment training, first aid supplies, etc. 6. Monitor Residential Service sites licensing requirements as outlined in the quality assurance process. 7. Audit health services documentation, supplies and equipment for residential service sites. 8. Conduct periodic financial audits at sites and assist in either making recommendations and/or implementing changes. Program Coordinator Functions Day to Day Site Management 1. Assure availability as required, either at the work site or electronically, to respond to emergencies immediately and provide direction and support to staff and clients. 2. Assure necessary staff coverage, and recommend staffing, to meet the needs of the clients served and the budgetary parameters of Fraser. 3. Assess customer satisfaction, service delivery excellence, and regulatory compliance, and respond to opportunities for improvement, through implementation of a quality assurance process. 4. Assure correctly prepared and accurate medication sheets, and the accuracy and documentation of administration of medication and treatments. Coordinate medication ordering. 5. Assure required documentation for all areas of client care are completed as required, including but not limited to Health Progress Notes, appointment forms, narrative notes, and data collection. 6. Coordinate weekly meal planning, grocery shopping and meal preparation as directed for each client served. 7. Maintain accurate financial information for sites supervised and all clients served. Collaborate with the finance department regarding financial management. 8. Coordinate and/or complete all household repairs and other upkeep. DC/QDDP Responsibilities 1. Assure routine active treatment for each person served. 2. Develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, and individual behavior plans for each client served, and assure accurate implementation of those plans. 3. Provide periodic progress reports to interdisciplinary team members, and ongoing communication for changes or issues as requested/required. 4. Coordinate admissions, discharges and grievances, in collaboration with the Assistant Director and the Director. 5. Implement responses to citations and recommendations for corrective action. 6. Coordinate consultative services for clients served. 7. Collaborate with medical professionals to coordinate health and medical needs for each client served. 8. Facilitate communication regarding program implementation among team members. Develop assessments, reports and conduct periodic meetings as required by the ISP/CSSP. 9. Facilitate the recognition of and response to service needs based on the cultural realities of clients served. 10. Assure regulatory compliance with documentation of incident/accident reports and internal investigations of possible maltreatment. General Functions 1. Support Assistant Directors in on-call coverage as directed. 2. Assist in the development, implementation and achievement of a management by objective (MBO) plan for Residential Living. 3. Recognize opportunities for and promote collaboration and team work within and between Residential Services and other divisions. 4. Assist in the development and implementation of division policies, procedures, budget, and quality assurance system for Residential Living. 5. Maintain knowledge of and contact with advocacy organizations.
  • LOCATION: Richfield
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday business hours with on-call responsibilities as assigned
  • WAGE: $38-40,000/yr. DOQ
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www/fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Manager I

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Qualifications (Need to meet one of the following qualifications): •(1) a baccalaureate degree in a field related to human services, and one year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(2) an associate degree in a field related to human services, and two years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(3) a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited postsecondary institution and three years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(4) a minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities; and (5) four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older under the supervision of a staff person who meets the qualifications identified in clauses (1) to (3).
  • DUTIES:Mains'l Services, Inc. is seeking an energetic and creative professional to join our team as a Manager I , supporting a caseload of individuals in the Shakopee, Chaska, and Chanhassen areas. We are looking for an individual with a proven ability to foster the team environment, who shows strength in both written and oral communication, and who has demonstrated leadership in the Human Services Field. Schedule: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week Position overview: Supervise Direct Support Professionals with completing necessary documentation, following policies and procedures, communicating with stakeholders, completing outcomes, completing IAPP's. Complete annual paperwork/meetings, daily documentation, monthly staff meetings/trainings, timesheet/ILS Summary verification, disciplinary action, direct care shifts as necessary, etc. Attend quarterly company forums, mandatory/optional trainings, and various internal meetings. Manage contracts/utilization of hours, communicate with Case Managers and other stakeholders on a regular basis, problem-solve with consumers and their teams, advocate for consumers, etc. Assist with program development, marketing, and problem solving. Ability to create/sustain/maintain stakeholder relationships. For additional information about this position, view our website: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp or call Catherine at 763-416-9167. Requirements: •Supervisory experience •Experience working with people with mental health concerns, brain injury and developmental disabilities •Strong problem solving skills •Ability to work with little direct supervision
  • LOCATION: Shakopee
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week
  • WAGE: Salary
  • CONTACT: Catherine Wiese 763-416-9167 cawiese@mainsl.com
  • ONLINE: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online
fold faq Resident Care Big Brother or Sister

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Committed Christian At least 22 years of age Experience helping teenagers Undergraduate or Graduate degree Work well on a team Teachable Work well in stress situations
  • DUTIES:We hire graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:http://files.tubesnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=thcsb35p&wmode=window&bgcolor=FFFFFF&t=1388434506" We hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It's a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful. Our next openings for male staff are for August and December, 2014 start dates and for females December. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply athttp://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
  • LOCATION: Independence, Missouri
  • DAYS/HOURS: 5 days on per week/60+ hours per week in ministry
  • WAGE: $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits.
  • CONTACT: Greg Stone (816) 812-2464 gstone@shelterwood.org
  • ONLINE: http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
fold faq Residential Care Home Client Assistant

Posted: 06/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Loving and responsible caregivers to provide care for elderly ladies in a residential care home in Eden Prairie. Background check and two step Mantoux required.
  • DUTIES:Personal cares, light housekeeping, preparing meals.
  • LOCATION: Eden Prairie, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Looking for immediate awake night and weekend hours.
  • WAGE: $13.00/hour
  • CONTACT: Becky Dorr 612-719-2915
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Program Coordinator, Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Join the team at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. QDDP/QIDP status related to Human Services required. Bachelor’s degree or higher in the Human Services field, including, but not limited to: Psychology,Social Work, Sociology, Education, Rehabilitation, or Counseling. At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or other developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Training in the field. CPR, Med Administration Certified (training provided at MORA). Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office Of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessment. Must have a current valid driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Provides leadership in the residential/community home, and shift supervision. Assists in program development, writing and data collection. Assists consumers with activities of daily living. Assists with daily cares, behavioral and medical needs of consumers. Assists with house financials, including resident accounts, house bills, rec fund. Assists in assessment, development, writing, data collection of individual programs for consumers. Implements, monitors individual programs. Participates in annual, quarterly interdisciplinary team planning meetings. Assists with consumer med appointments. Liaison with day programs. Assists with household management, including staff scheduling, groceries and house maintenance. Provides leadership and shift supervision. Ensures adequate supervision of consumers, including "if your shift replacement does not arrive, you are expected to remain on shift at your worksite until a suitable replacement staff has been located and arrives to replace you." Works harmoniously with and shows respect for employees, supervisors, vendors and consumers. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-F, mostly daytime, some early evening hours
  • WAGE: $14.00 - $19.32 DOQ
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor), Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Interest/experience in working with persons with Developmental Disabilities. Must be at least 18 years old. Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessments. Must have a valid current driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Join the Mount Olivet Rolling Acres team. This is a good entry level position for a Psychology or education major. The Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor) is responsible for the daily well-being and safety of the residents he/she supervises. The Residential Counselor assists the resident with all the activities of daily living, personal cares and program implementation. Residential Counselors insure adequate supervision of residents; assist with household maintenance and house-keeping. The Residential Counselor may accompany the resident to appointments and fun community activities. The Residential Counselor documents electronically all program data and daily log information accurately and in a timely fashion. Residential Counselors communicate effectively with others at work verbally and in writing, using the primary spoken language of residents in the home. Residential Counselors administer medications without errors (as requested) and demonstrate mastery of basic computer skills. Benefits: Full time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package, including: life insurance and voluntary life insurance opportunity, medical, dental, long term disability, short term disability opportunity, paid time off, flexible spending account, 403b retirement plans, company sponsored health reimbursement account, opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN), computer training, awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities. Take advantage of our generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Days vary, some weekdays, and every other weekend. Daytime and evening hours.
  • WAGE: $10.50 weekday, $11.50 weekend
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Careworker at Residential Group Home

Posted: 07/29/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Able to work as a team with flexibility. Bachelors preferred but not required.
  • DUTIES:If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential. The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security. Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities. A complete description is available by request.
  • LOCATION: Henderson, Nebraska
  • DAYS/HOURS: 6 days on; 3 days off
  • WAGE: 13,000 year to start
  • CONTACT: Laura Jost (402)363-1012
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Program Coordinator

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA/BS in Human Services or a related field is highly preferred. OR Associate degree in a field related to human services OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by rule 245D. 3. Experience requirements vary based on level of education: A. BA/BS in Human Services or related field: 1 year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR B. Associate degree in a human services or related field: 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR C. Diploma in a human services related field from an accredited post-secondary institute: 3 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older 4. A valid Minnesota driver’s license and satisfactory driving record 5. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English 6. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills 7. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance 8. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. One year or more of leadership or management experience in a group home setting is highly preferred.
  • DUTIES:The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at one or two group home sites. The Program Coordinator will also comply with all regulations and the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser while: 1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the group homes 2. Supervising all direct care staff 3. Managing the budget of the homes 4. Serving as site Designated Coordinator, including risk management plans and outcome-based plans for the residents We are seeking a new manager with strong decision making skills, who is able to manage their time well to get tasks done accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires individuals to be self-motivated. Applicants with strong communication skills and experience supervising others are strongly desired.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Working Monday-Friday during standard business hours, on-call Monday 8am-5pm, and on-call every fourth weekend from Friday 5pm-Monday 8am
  • WAGE: $33,000-$35,000 + $1000 hiring bonus
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www.fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq LEAD Direct Support Professional

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record, able to pass a MN Department of Human Services background study. High School degree/GED or college degree.
  • DUTIES:Make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing assistance with daily activities, including personal care, meal preparation, passing medications, spiritual support, hobbies and personal interests and accompanying and supporting individuals on appointments and actvities. The Lead DSP is also key in supporting current employees and welcoming and mentoring during the training of new employees.
  • LOCATION: Victoria, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Tues-Sat or Sun-Thurs, day and evening hours
  • WAGE: $11.85-13.60
  • CONTACT: Dawn Margavage 952-443-2608
  • ONLINE: BethesdaJobs.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Counselor

Posted: 07/01/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Position Overview: Support and reinforce the therapeutic plan of clients by providing guidance and direction to residents in their daily living activities. Provide mentorship and supervision of resident daily activities and behavior according to established guidelines and procedures. Participate with coworkers as a team on implementation of treatment plans and therapeutic services. Ensure resident safety and collaborate with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean and therapeutic. Plan and participate in off-campus resident activities and assist in the transportation of clients to home visits, doctor appointments, planned recreational activities. Perform other responsibilities, tasks and projects as needed.
  • DUTIES:Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Minimum of 21 years of age and a valid driver’s license Please submit profiles to www.nexustreatment.org or stop by to pick up an application at 407 130th Ave. South Onamia, MN. 56359. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disab
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Varies
  • WAGE: TBD
  • CONTACT: Dennis Carter (320) 738-5505
  • ONLINE: www.nexustreatment.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Fall Camp Counselor 2014

Posted: 06/25/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
  • DUTIES:Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday. POSITIONS: Counselors For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD Camp Courageous of Iowa 12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418 Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919 E-mail: www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.
  • LOCATION: Monticello, Iowa
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday
  • WAGE: $400/week
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Muellerleile 319-465-5916
  • ONLINE: www.campcourageous.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Quality Assurance Program Assistant

Posted: 06/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA / BS in Human Services or a related field. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified. 3. Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required. 4. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies. 5. Ability to pass certification course to administer medications and treatments (within 60 days of hire) 6. At least one year of experience as a Fraser Program Coordinator OR two years of equivalent experience working in a 24-hour residential setting with people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or related conditions. 7. Demonstrated organizational leadership and supervisory skills, including training and development, required. 8. Proficiency in regulatory compliance required, especially rules 245B, 203 and knowledge of 245D. 9. Knowledge of funding sources and proficiency in budget management required.
  • DUTIES:OVERVIEW This position provides leadership, oversight and supervision to assigned Residential Living sites. Assures continuous quality improvement in service development and management. Ensures compliance with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser. Quality Assurance Functions 1. Monitor service delivery excellence, regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction through an onsite and an online quality assurance process for assigned clients/sites. The emphasis of the monitoring process is with auditing and improvements on 45 Day and Annual documentation, Program Coordinator training, assisting Program Coordinators in maintaining electronic files in correct online folders so that Admin staff can access and monitor as needed. Assist Program Coordinators in maintaining standard individual file records on site and thinning/archiving records. 2. Assist in the development and implementation of service delivery methods to comply with current regulatory standards. Monitor Outcome documentation at sites as assigned and make recommendations to site Program Coordinator/Assistant Director/Senior Assistant Director. 3. Respond to documentation and program deficiencies and implement recommendations for corrective action. 4. Assist Program Coordinator/Assistant Directors in preparation /training regarding annual licensing as needed. 5. Monitor Residential Service sites periodically for required licensing requirements such as fire drill reports, medical equipment training, first aid supplies, etc. 6. Monitor Residential Service sites licensing requirements as outlined in the quality assurance process. 7. Audit health services documentation, supplies and equipment for residential service sites. 8. Conduct periodic financial audits at sites and assist in either making recommendations and/or implementing changes. Program Coordinator Functions Day to Day Site Management 1. Assure availability as required, either at the work site or electronically, to respond to emergencies immediately and provide direction and support to staff and clients. 2. Assure necessary staff coverage, and recommend staffing, to meet the needs of the clients served and the budgetary parameters of Fraser. 3. Assess customer satisfaction, service delivery excellence, and regulatory compliance, and respond to opportunities for improvement, through implementation of a quality assurance process. 4. Assure correctly prepared and accurate medication sheets, and the accuracy and documentation of administration of medication and treatments. Coordinate medication ordering. 5. Assure required documentation for all areas of client care are completed as required, including but not limited to Health Progress Notes, appointment forms, narrative notes, and data collection. 6. Coordinate weekly meal planning, grocery shopping and meal preparation as directed for each client served. 7. Maintain accurate financial information for sites supervised and all clients served. Collaborate with the finance department regarding financial management. 8. Coordinate and/or complete all household repairs and other upkeep. DC/QDDP Responsibilities 1. Assure routine active treatment for each person served. 2. Develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, and individual behavior plans for each client served, and assure accurate implementation of those plans. 3. Provide periodic progress reports to interdisciplinary team members, and ongoing communication for changes or issues as requested/required. 4. Coordinate admissions, discharges and grievances, in collaboration with the Assistant Director and the Director. 5. Implement responses to citations and recommendations for corrective action. 6. Coordinate consultative services for clients served. 7. Collaborate with medical professionals to coordinate health and medical needs for each client served. 8. Facilitate communication regarding program implementation among team members. Develop assessments, reports and conduct periodic meetings as required by the ISP/CSSP. 9. Facilitate the recognition of and response to service needs based on the cultural realities of clients served. 10. Assure regulatory compliance with documentation of incident/accident reports and internal investigations of possible maltreatment. General Functions 1. Support Assistant Directors in on-call coverage as directed. 2. Assist in the development, implementation and achievement of a management by objective (MBO) plan for Residential Living. 3. Recognize opportunities for and promote collaboration and team work within and between Residential Services and other divisions. 4. Assist in the development and implementation of division policies, procedures, budget, and quality assurance system for Residential Living. 5. Maintain knowledge of and contact with advocacy organizations.
  • LOCATION: Richfield
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday business hours with on-call responsibilities as assigned
  • WAGE: $38-40,000/yr. DOQ
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www/fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Manager I

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Qualifications (Need to meet one of the following qualifications): •(1) a baccalaureate degree in a field related to human services, and one year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(2) an associate degree in a field related to human services, and two years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(3) a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited postsecondary institution and three years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(4) a minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities; and (5) four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older under the supervision of a staff person who meets the qualifications identified in clauses (1) to (3).
  • DUTIES:Mains'l Services, Inc. is seeking an energetic and creative professional to join our team as a Manager I , supporting a caseload of individuals in the Shakopee, Chaska, and Chanhassen areas. We are looking for an individual with a proven ability to foster the team environment, who shows strength in both written and oral communication, and who has demonstrated leadership in the Human Services Field. Schedule: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week Position overview: Supervise Direct Support Professionals with completing necessary documentation, following policies and procedures, communicating with stakeholders, completing outcomes, completing IAPP's. Complete annual paperwork/meetings, daily documentation, monthly staff meetings/trainings, timesheet/ILS Summary verification, disciplinary action, direct care shifts as necessary, etc. Attend quarterly company forums, mandatory/optional trainings, and various internal meetings. Manage contracts/utilization of hours, communicate with Case Managers and other stakeholders on a regular basis, problem-solve with consumers and their teams, advocate for consumers, etc. Assist with program development, marketing, and problem solving. Ability to create/sustain/maintain stakeholder relationships. For additional information about this position, view our website: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp or call Catherine at 763-416-9167. Requirements: •Supervisory experience •Experience working with people with mental health concerns, brain injury and developmental disabilities •Strong problem solving skills •Ability to work with little direct supervision
  • LOCATION: Shakopee
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week
  • WAGE: Salary
  • CONTACT: Catherine Wiese 763-416-9167 cawiese@mainsl.com
  • ONLINE: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online
fold faq Resident Care Big Brother or Sister

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Committed Christian At least 22 years of age Experience helping teenagers Undergraduate or Graduate degree Work well on a team Teachable Work well in stress situations
  • DUTIES:We hire graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:http://files.tubesnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=thcsb35p&wmode=window&bgcolor=FFFFFF&t=1388434506" We hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It's a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful. Our next openings for male staff are for August and December, 2014 start dates and for females December. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply athttp://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
  • LOCATION: Independence, Missouri
  • DAYS/HOURS: 5 days on per week/60+ hours per week in ministry
  • WAGE: $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits.
  • CONTACT: Greg Stone (816) 812-2464 gstone@shelterwood.org
  • ONLINE: http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
fold faq Residential Care Home Client Assistant

Posted: 06/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Loving and responsible caregivers to provide care for elderly ladies in a residential care home in Eden Prairie. Background check and two step Mantoux required.
  • DUTIES:Personal cares, light housekeeping, preparing meals.
  • LOCATION: Eden Prairie, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Looking for immediate awake night and weekend hours.
  • WAGE: $13.00/hour
  • CONTACT: Becky Dorr 612-719-2915
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Program Coordinator, Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Join the team at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. QDDP/QIDP status related to Human Services required. Bachelor’s degree or higher in the Human Services field, including, but not limited to: Psychology,Social Work, Sociology, Education, Rehabilitation, or Counseling. At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or other developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Training in the field. CPR, Med Administration Certified (training provided at MORA). Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office Of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessment. Must have a current valid driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Provides leadership in the residential/community home, and shift supervision. Assists in program development, writing and data collection. Assists consumers with activities of daily living. Assists with daily cares, behavioral and medical needs of consumers. Assists with house financials, including resident accounts, house bills, rec fund. Assists in assessment, development, writing, data collection of individual programs for consumers. Implements, monitors individual programs. Participates in annual, quarterly interdisciplinary team planning meetings. Assists with consumer med appointments. Liaison with day programs. Assists with household management, including staff scheduling, groceries and house maintenance. Provides leadership and shift supervision. Ensures adequate supervision of consumers, including "if your shift replacement does not arrive, you are expected to remain on shift at your worksite until a suitable replacement staff has been located and arrives to replace you." Works harmoniously with and shows respect for employees, supervisors, vendors and consumers. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-F, mostly daytime, some early evening hours
  • WAGE: $14.00 - $19.32 DOQ
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor), Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Interest/experience in working with persons with Developmental Disabilities. Must be at least 18 years old. Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessments. Must have a valid current driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Join the Mount Olivet Rolling Acres team. This is a good entry level position for a Psychology or education major. The Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor) is responsible for the daily well-being and safety of the residents he/she supervises. The Residential Counselor assists the resident with all the activities of daily living, personal cares and program implementation. Residential Counselors insure adequate supervision of residents; assist with household maintenance and house-keeping. The Residential Counselor may accompany the resident to appointments and fun community activities. The Residential Counselor documents electronically all program data and daily log information accurately and in a timely fashion. Residential Counselors communicate effectively with others at work verbally and in writing, using the primary spoken language of residents in the home. Residential Counselors administer medications without errors (as requested) and demonstrate mastery of basic computer skills. Benefits: Full time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package, including: life insurance and voluntary life insurance opportunity, medical, dental, long term disability, short term disability opportunity, paid time off, flexible spending account, 403b retirement plans, company sponsored health reimbursement account, opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN), computer training, awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities. Take advantage of our generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Days vary, some weekdays, and every other weekend. Daytime and evening hours.
  • WAGE: $10.50 weekday, $11.50 weekend
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Careworker at Residential Group Home

Posted: 07/29/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Able to work as a team with flexibility. Bachelors preferred but not required.
  • DUTIES:If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential. The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security. Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities. A complete description is available by request.
  • LOCATION: Henderson, Nebraska
  • DAYS/HOURS: 6 days on; 3 days off
  • WAGE: 13,000 year to start
  • CONTACT: Laura Jost (402)363-1012
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Program Coordinator

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA/BS in Human Services or a related field is highly preferred. OR Associate degree in a field related to human services OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by rule 245D. 3. Experience requirements vary based on level of education: A. BA/BS in Human Services or related field: 1 year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR B. Associate degree in a human services or related field: 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR C. Diploma in a human services related field from an accredited post-secondary institute: 3 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older 4. A valid Minnesota driver’s license and satisfactory driving record 5. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English 6. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills 7. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance 8. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. One year or more of leadership or management experience in a group home setting is highly preferred.
  • DUTIES:The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at one or two group home sites. The Program Coordinator will also comply with all regulations and the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser while: 1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the group homes 2. Supervising all direct care staff 3. Managing the budget of the homes 4. Serving as site Designated Coordinator, including risk management plans and outcome-based plans for the residents We are seeking a new manager with strong decision making skills, who is able to manage their time well to get tasks done accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires individuals to be self-motivated. Applicants with strong communication skills and experience supervising others are strongly desired.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Working Monday-Friday during standard business hours, on-call Monday 8am-5pm, and on-call every fourth weekend from Friday 5pm-Monday 8am
  • WAGE: $33,000-$35,000 + $1000 hiring bonus
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www.fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq LEAD Direct Support Professional

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record, able to pass a MN Department of Human Services background study. High School degree/GED or college degree.
  • DUTIES:Make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing assistance with daily activities, including personal care, meal preparation, passing medications, spiritual support, hobbies and personal interests and accompanying and supporting individuals on appointments and actvities. The Lead DSP is also key in supporting current employees and welcoming and mentoring during the training of new employees.
  • LOCATION: Victoria, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Tues-Sat or Sun-Thurs, day and evening hours
  • WAGE: $11.85-13.60
  • CONTACT: Dawn Margavage 952-443-2608
  • ONLINE: BethesdaJobs.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Counselor

Posted: 07/01/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Position Overview: Support and reinforce the therapeutic plan of clients by providing guidance and direction to residents in their daily living activities. Provide mentorship and supervision of resident daily activities and behavior according to established guidelines and procedures. Participate with coworkers as a team on implementation of treatment plans and therapeutic services. Ensure resident safety and collaborate with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean and therapeutic. Plan and participate in off-campus resident activities and assist in the transportation of clients to home visits, doctor appointments, planned recreational activities. Perform other responsibilities, tasks and projects as needed.
  • DUTIES:Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Minimum of 21 years of age and a valid driver’s license Please submit profiles to www.nexustreatment.org or stop by to pick up an application at 407 130th Ave. South Onamia, MN. 56359. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disab
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Varies
  • WAGE: TBD
  • CONTACT: Dennis Carter (320) 738-5505
  • ONLINE: www.nexustreatment.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Fall Camp Counselor 2014

Posted: 06/25/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
  • DUTIES:Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday. POSITIONS: Counselors For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD Camp Courageous of Iowa 12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418 Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919 E-mail: www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.
  • LOCATION: Monticello, Iowa
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday
  • WAGE: $400/week
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Muellerleile 319-465-5916
  • ONLINE: www.campcourageous.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Quality Assurance Program Assistant

Posted: 06/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA / BS in Human Services or a related field. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified. 3. Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required. 4. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies. 5. Ability to pass certification course to administer medications and treatments (within 60 days of hire) 6. At least one year of experience as a Fraser Program Coordinator OR two years of equivalent experience working in a 24-hour residential setting with people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or related conditions. 7. Demonstrated organizational leadership and supervisory skills, including training and development, required. 8. Proficiency in regulatory compliance required, especially rules 245B, 203 and knowledge of 245D. 9. Knowledge of funding sources and proficiency in budget management required.
  • DUTIES:OVERVIEW This position provides leadership, oversight and supervision to assigned Residential Living sites. Assures continuous quality improvement in service development and management. Ensures compliance with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser. Quality Assurance Functions 1. Monitor service delivery excellence, regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction through an onsite and an online quality assurance process for assigned clients/sites. The emphasis of the monitoring process is with auditing and improvements on 45 Day and Annual documentation, Program Coordinator training, assisting Program Coordinators in maintaining electronic files in correct online folders so that Admin staff can access and monitor as needed. Assist Program Coordinators in maintaining standard individual file records on site and thinning/archiving records. 2. Assist in the development and implementation of service delivery methods to comply with current regulatory standards. Monitor Outcome documentation at sites as assigned and make recommendations to site Program Coordinator/Assistant Director/Senior Assistant Director. 3. Respond to documentation and program deficiencies and implement recommendations for corrective action. 4. Assist Program Coordinator/Assistant Directors in preparation /training regarding annual licensing as needed. 5. Monitor Residential Service sites periodically for required licensing requirements such as fire drill reports, medical equipment training, first aid supplies, etc. 6. Monitor Residential Service sites licensing requirements as outlined in the quality assurance process. 7. Audit health services documentation, supplies and equipment for residential service sites. 8. Conduct periodic financial audits at sites and assist in either making recommendations and/or implementing changes. Program Coordinator Functions Day to Day Site Management 1. Assure availability as required, either at the work site or electronically, to respond to emergencies immediately and provide direction and support to staff and clients. 2. Assure necessary staff coverage, and recommend staffing, to meet the needs of the clients served and the budgetary parameters of Fraser. 3. Assess customer satisfaction, service delivery excellence, and regulatory compliance, and respond to opportunities for improvement, through implementation of a quality assurance process. 4. Assure correctly prepared and accurate medication sheets, and the accuracy and documentation of administration of medication and treatments. Coordinate medication ordering. 5. Assure required documentation for all areas of client care are completed as required, including but not limited to Health Progress Notes, appointment forms, narrative notes, and data collection. 6. Coordinate weekly meal planning, grocery shopping and meal preparation as directed for each client served. 7. Maintain accurate financial information for sites supervised and all clients served. Collaborate with the finance department regarding financial management. 8. Coordinate and/or complete all household repairs and other upkeep. DC/QDDP Responsibilities 1. Assure routine active treatment for each person served. 2. Develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, and individual behavior plans for each client served, and assure accurate implementation of those plans. 3. Provide periodic progress reports to interdisciplinary team members, and ongoing communication for changes or issues as requested/required. 4. Coordinate admissions, discharges and grievances, in collaboration with the Assistant Director and the Director. 5. Implement responses to citations and recommendations for corrective action. 6. Coordinate consultative services for clients served. 7. Collaborate with medical professionals to coordinate health and medical needs for each client served. 8. Facilitate communication regarding program implementation among team members. Develop assessments, reports and conduct periodic meetings as required by the ISP/CSSP. 9. Facilitate the recognition of and response to service needs based on the cultural realities of clients served. 10. Assure regulatory compliance with documentation of incident/accident reports and internal investigations of possible maltreatment. General Functions 1. Support Assistant Directors in on-call coverage as directed. 2. Assist in the development, implementation and achievement of a management by objective (MBO) plan for Residential Living. 3. Recognize opportunities for and promote collaboration and team work within and between Residential Services and other divisions. 4. Assist in the development and implementation of division policies, procedures, budget, and quality assurance system for Residential Living. 5. Maintain knowledge of and contact with advocacy organizations.
  • LOCATION: Richfield
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday business hours with on-call responsibilities as assigned
  • WAGE: $38-40,000/yr. DOQ
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www/fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Manager I

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Qualifications (Need to meet one of the following qualifications): •(1) a baccalaureate degree in a field related to human services, and one year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(2) an associate degree in a field related to human services, and two years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(3) a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited postsecondary institution and three years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(4) a minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities; and (5) four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older under the supervision of a staff person who meets the qualifications identified in clauses (1) to (3).
  • DUTIES:Mains'l Services, Inc. is seeking an energetic and creative professional to join our team as a Manager I , supporting a caseload of individuals in the Shakopee, Chaska, and Chanhassen areas. We are looking for an individual with a proven ability to foster the team environment, who shows strength in both written and oral communication, and who has demonstrated leadership in the Human Services Field. Schedule: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week Position overview: Supervise Direct Support Professionals with completing necessary documentation, following policies and procedures, communicating with stakeholders, completing outcomes, completing IAPP's. Complete annual paperwork/meetings, daily documentation, monthly staff meetings/trainings, timesheet/ILS Summary verification, disciplinary action, direct care shifts as necessary, etc. Attend quarterly company forums, mandatory/optional trainings, and various internal meetings. Manage contracts/utilization of hours, communicate with Case Managers and other stakeholders on a regular basis, problem-solve with consumers and their teams, advocate for consumers, etc. Assist with program development, marketing, and problem solving. Ability to create/sustain/maintain stakeholder relationships. For additional information about this position, view our website: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp or call Catherine at 763-416-9167. Requirements: •Supervisory experience •Experience working with people with mental health concerns, brain injury and developmental disabilities •Strong problem solving skills •Ability to work with little direct supervision
  • LOCATION: Shakopee
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week
  • WAGE: Salary
  • CONTACT: Catherine Wiese 763-416-9167 cawiese@mainsl.com
  • ONLINE: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online
fold faq Resident Care Big Brother or Sister

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Committed Christian At least 22 years of age Experience helping teenagers Undergraduate or Graduate degree Work well on a team Teachable Work well in stress situations
  • DUTIES:We hire graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:http://files.tubesnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=thcsb35p&wmode=window&bgcolor=FFFFFF&t=1388434506" We hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It's a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful. Our next openings for male staff are for August and December, 2014 start dates and for females December. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply athttp://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
  • LOCATION: Independence, Missouri
  • DAYS/HOURS: 5 days on per week/60+ hours per week in ministry
  • WAGE: $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits.
  • CONTACT: Greg Stone (816) 812-2464 gstone@shelterwood.org
  • ONLINE: http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
fold faq Residential Care Home Client Assistant

Posted: 06/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Loving and responsible caregivers to provide care for elderly ladies in a residential care home in Eden Prairie. Background check and two step Mantoux required.
  • DUTIES:Personal cares, light housekeeping, preparing meals.
  • LOCATION: Eden Prairie, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Looking for immediate awake night and weekend hours.
  • WAGE: $13.00/hour
  • CONTACT: Becky Dorr 612-719-2915
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Program Coordinator, Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Join the team at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. QDDP/QIDP status related to Human Services required. Bachelor’s degree or higher in the Human Services field, including, but not limited to: Psychology,Social Work, Sociology, Education, Rehabilitation, or Counseling. At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or other developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Training in the field. CPR, Med Administration Certified (training provided at MORA). Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office Of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessment. Must have a current valid driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Provides leadership in the residential/community home, and shift supervision. Assists in program development, writing and data collection. Assists consumers with activities of daily living. Assists with daily cares, behavioral and medical needs of consumers. Assists with house financials, including resident accounts, house bills, rec fund. Assists in assessment, development, writing, data collection of individual programs for consumers. Implements, monitors individual programs. Participates in annual, quarterly interdisciplinary team planning meetings. Assists with consumer med appointments. Liaison with day programs. Assists with household management, including staff scheduling, groceries and house maintenance. Provides leadership and shift supervision. Ensures adequate supervision of consumers, including "if your shift replacement does not arrive, you are expected to remain on shift at your worksite until a suitable replacement staff has been located and arrives to replace you." Works harmoniously with and shows respect for employees, supervisors, vendors and consumers. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-F, mostly daytime, some early evening hours
  • WAGE: $14.00 - $19.32 DOQ
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor), Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Interest/experience in working with persons with Developmental Disabilities. Must be at least 18 years old. Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessments. Must have a valid current driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Join the Mount Olivet Rolling Acres team. This is a good entry level position for a Psychology or education major. The Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor) is responsible for the daily well-being and safety of the residents he/she supervises. The Residential Counselor assists the resident with all the activities of daily living, personal cares and program implementation. Residential Counselors insure adequate supervision of residents; assist with household maintenance and house-keeping. The Residential Counselor may accompany the resident to appointments and fun community activities. The Residential Counselor documents electronically all program data and daily log information accurately and in a timely fashion. Residential Counselors communicate effectively with others at work verbally and in writing, using the primary spoken language of residents in the home. Residential Counselors administer medications without errors (as requested) and demonstrate mastery of basic computer skills. Benefits: Full time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package, including: life insurance and voluntary life insurance opportunity, medical, dental, long term disability, short term disability opportunity, paid time off, flexible spending account, 403b retirement plans, company sponsored health reimbursement account, opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN), computer training, awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities. Take advantage of our generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Days vary, some weekdays, and every other weekend. Daytime and evening hours.
  • WAGE: $10.50 weekday, $11.50 weekend
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Careworker at Residential Group Home

Posted: 07/29/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Able to work as a team with flexibility. Bachelors preferred but not required.
  • DUTIES:If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential. The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security. Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities. A complete description is available by request.
  • LOCATION: Henderson, Nebraska
  • DAYS/HOURS: 6 days on; 3 days off
  • WAGE: 13,000 year to start
  • CONTACT: Laura Jost (402)363-1012
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Program Coordinator

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA/BS in Human Services or a related field is highly preferred. OR Associate degree in a field related to human services OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by rule 245D. 3. Experience requirements vary based on level of education: A. BA/BS in Human Services or related field: 1 year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR B. Associate degree in a human services or related field: 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR C. Diploma in a human services related field from an accredited post-secondary institute: 3 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older 4. A valid Minnesota driver’s license and satisfactory driving record 5. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English 6. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills 7. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance 8. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. One year or more of leadership or management experience in a group home setting is highly preferred.
  • DUTIES:The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at one or two group home sites. The Program Coordinator will also comply with all regulations and the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser while: 1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the group homes 2. Supervising all direct care staff 3. Managing the budget of the homes 4. Serving as site Designated Coordinator, including risk management plans and outcome-based plans for the residents We are seeking a new manager with strong decision making skills, who is able to manage their time well to get tasks done accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires individuals to be self-motivated. Applicants with strong communication skills and experience supervising others are strongly desired.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Working Monday-Friday during standard business hours, on-call Monday 8am-5pm, and on-call every fourth weekend from Friday 5pm-Monday 8am
  • WAGE: $33,000-$35,000 + $1000 hiring bonus
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www.fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq LEAD Direct Support Professional

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record, able to pass a MN Department of Human Services background study. High School degree/GED or college degree.
  • DUTIES:Make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing assistance with daily activities, including personal care, meal preparation, passing medications, spiritual support, hobbies and personal interests and accompanying and supporting individuals on appointments and actvities. The Lead DSP is also key in supporting current employees and welcoming and mentoring during the training of new employees.
  • LOCATION: Victoria, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Tues-Sat or Sun-Thurs, day and evening hours
  • WAGE: $11.85-13.60
  • CONTACT: Dawn Margavage 952-443-2608
  • ONLINE: BethesdaJobs.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Counselor

Posted: 07/01/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Position Overview: Support and reinforce the therapeutic plan of clients by providing guidance and direction to residents in their daily living activities. Provide mentorship and supervision of resident daily activities and behavior according to established guidelines and procedures. Participate with coworkers as a team on implementation of treatment plans and therapeutic services. Ensure resident safety and collaborate with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean and therapeutic. Plan and participate in off-campus resident activities and assist in the transportation of clients to home visits, doctor appointments, planned recreational activities. Perform other responsibilities, tasks and projects as needed.
  • DUTIES:Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Minimum of 21 years of age and a valid driver’s license Please submit profiles to www.nexustreatment.org or stop by to pick up an application at 407 130th Ave. South Onamia, MN. 56359. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disab
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Varies
  • WAGE: TBD
  • CONTACT: Dennis Carter (320) 738-5505
  • ONLINE: www.nexustreatment.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Fall Camp Counselor 2014

Posted: 06/25/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
  • DUTIES:Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday. POSITIONS: Counselors For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD Camp Courageous of Iowa 12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418 Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919 E-mail: www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.
  • LOCATION: Monticello, Iowa
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday
  • WAGE: $400/week
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Muellerleile 319-465-5916
  • ONLINE: www.campcourageous.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Quality Assurance Program Assistant

Posted: 06/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA / BS in Human Services or a related field. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified. 3. Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required. 4. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies. 5. Ability to pass certification course to administer medications and treatments (within 60 days of hire) 6. At least one year of experience as a Fraser Program Coordinator OR two years of equivalent experience working in a 24-hour residential setting with people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or related conditions. 7. Demonstrated organizational leadership and supervisory skills, including training and development, required. 8. Proficiency in regulatory compliance required, especially rules 245B, 203 and knowledge of 245D. 9. Knowledge of funding sources and proficiency in budget management required.
  • DUTIES:OVERVIEW This position provides leadership, oversight and supervision to assigned Residential Living sites. Assures continuous quality improvement in service development and management. Ensures compliance with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser. Quality Assurance Functions 1. Monitor service delivery excellence, regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction through an onsite and an online quality assurance process for assigned clients/sites. The emphasis of the monitoring process is with auditing and improvements on 45 Day and Annual documentation, Program Coordinator training, assisting Program Coordinators in maintaining electronic files in correct online folders so that Admin staff can access and monitor as needed. Assist Program Coordinators in maintaining standard individual file records on site and thinning/archiving records. 2. Assist in the development and implementation of service delivery methods to comply with current regulatory standards. Monitor Outcome documentation at sites as assigned and make recommendations to site Program Coordinator/Assistant Director/Senior Assistant Director. 3. Respond to documentation and program deficiencies and implement recommendations for corrective action. 4. Assist Program Coordinator/Assistant Directors in preparation /training regarding annual licensing as needed. 5. Monitor Residential Service sites periodically for required licensing requirements such as fire drill reports, medical equipment training, first aid supplies, etc. 6. Monitor Residential Service sites licensing requirements as outlined in the quality assurance process. 7. Audit health services documentation, supplies and equipment for residential service sites. 8. Conduct periodic financial audits at sites and assist in either making recommendations and/or implementing changes. Program Coordinator Functions Day to Day Site Management 1. Assure availability as required, either at the work site or electronically, to respond to emergencies immediately and provide direction and support to staff and clients. 2. Assure necessary staff coverage, and recommend staffing, to meet the needs of the clients served and the budgetary parameters of Fraser. 3. Assess customer satisfaction, service delivery excellence, and regulatory compliance, and respond to opportunities for improvement, through implementation of a quality assurance process. 4. Assure correctly prepared and accurate medication sheets, and the accuracy and documentation of administration of medication and treatments. Coordinate medication ordering. 5. Assure required documentation for all areas of client care are completed as required, including but not limited to Health Progress Notes, appointment forms, narrative notes, and data collection. 6. Coordinate weekly meal planning, grocery shopping and meal preparation as directed for each client served. 7. Maintain accurate financial information for sites supervised and all clients served. Collaborate with the finance department regarding financial management. 8. Coordinate and/or complete all household repairs and other upkeep. DC/QDDP Responsibilities 1. Assure routine active treatment for each person served. 2. Develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, and individual behavior plans for each client served, and assure accurate implementation of those plans. 3. Provide periodic progress reports to interdisciplinary team members, and ongoing communication for changes or issues as requested/required. 4. Coordinate admissions, discharges and grievances, in collaboration with the Assistant Director and the Director. 5. Implement responses to citations and recommendations for corrective action. 6. Coordinate consultative services for clients served. 7. Collaborate with medical professionals to coordinate health and medical needs for each client served. 8. Facilitate communication regarding program implementation among team members. Develop assessments, reports and conduct periodic meetings as required by the ISP/CSSP. 9. Facilitate the recognition of and response to service needs based on the cultural realities of clients served. 10. Assure regulatory compliance with documentation of incident/accident reports and internal investigations of possible maltreatment. General Functions 1. Support Assistant Directors in on-call coverage as directed. 2. Assist in the development, implementation and achievement of a management by objective (MBO) plan for Residential Living. 3. Recognize opportunities for and promote collaboration and team work within and between Residential Services and other divisions. 4. Assist in the development and implementation of division policies, procedures, budget, and quality assurance system for Residential Living. 5. Maintain knowledge of and contact with advocacy organizations.
  • LOCATION: Richfield
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday business hours with on-call responsibilities as assigned
  • WAGE: $38-40,000/yr. DOQ
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www/fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Manager I

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Qualifications (Need to meet one of the following qualifications): •(1) a baccalaureate degree in a field related to human services, and one year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(2) an associate degree in a field related to human services, and two years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(3) a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited postsecondary institution and three years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(4) a minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities; and (5) four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older under the supervision of a staff person who meets the qualifications identified in clauses (1) to (3).
  • DUTIES:Mains'l Services, Inc. is seeking an energetic and creative professional to join our team as a Manager I , supporting a caseload of individuals in the Shakopee, Chaska, and Chanhassen areas. We are looking for an individual with a proven ability to foster the team environment, who shows strength in both written and oral communication, and who has demonstrated leadership in the Human Services Field. Schedule: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week Position overview: Supervise Direct Support Professionals with completing necessary documentation, following policies and procedures, communicating with stakeholders, completing outcomes, completing IAPP's. Complete annual paperwork/meetings, daily documentation, monthly staff meetings/trainings, timesheet/ILS Summary verification, disciplinary action, direct care shifts as necessary, etc. Attend quarterly company forums, mandatory/optional trainings, and various internal meetings. Manage contracts/utilization of hours, communicate with Case Managers and other stakeholders on a regular basis, problem-solve with consumers and their teams, advocate for consumers, etc. Assist with program development, marketing, and problem solving. Ability to create/sustain/maintain stakeholder relationships. For additional information about this position, view our website: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp or call Catherine at 763-416-9167. Requirements: •Supervisory experience •Experience working with people with mental health concerns, brain injury and developmental disabilities •Strong problem solving skills •Ability to work with little direct supervision
  • LOCATION: Shakopee
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week
  • WAGE: Salary
  • CONTACT: Catherine Wiese 763-416-9167 cawiese@mainsl.com
  • ONLINE: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online
fold faq Resident Care Big Brother or Sister

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Committed Christian At least 22 years of age Experience helping teenagers Undergraduate or Graduate degree Work well on a team Teachable Work well in stress situations
  • DUTIES:We hire graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:http://files.tubesnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=thcsb35p&wmode=window&bgcolor=FFFFFF&t=1388434506" We hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It's a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful. Our next openings for male staff are for August and December, 2014 start dates and for females December. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply athttp://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
  • LOCATION: Independence, Missouri
  • DAYS/HOURS: 5 days on per week/60+ hours per week in ministry
  • WAGE: $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits.
  • CONTACT: Greg Stone (816) 812-2464 gstone@shelterwood.org
  • ONLINE: http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
fold faq Residential Care Home Client Assistant

Posted: 06/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Loving and responsible caregivers to provide care for elderly ladies in a residential care home in Eden Prairie. Background check and two step Mantoux required.
  • DUTIES:Personal cares, light housekeeping, preparing meals.
  • LOCATION: Eden Prairie, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Looking for immediate awake night and weekend hours.
  • WAGE: $13.00/hour
  • CONTACT: Becky Dorr 612-719-2915
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Program Coordinator, Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Join the team at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. QDDP/QIDP status related to Human Services required. Bachelor’s degree or higher in the Human Services field, including, but not limited to: Psychology,Social Work, Sociology, Education, Rehabilitation, or Counseling. At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or other developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Training in the field. CPR, Med Administration Certified (training provided at MORA). Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office Of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessment. Must have a current valid driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Provides leadership in the residential/community home, and shift supervision. Assists in program development, writing and data collection. Assists consumers with activities of daily living. Assists with daily cares, behavioral and medical needs of consumers. Assists with house financials, including resident accounts, house bills, rec fund. Assists in assessment, development, writing, data collection of individual programs for consumers. Implements, monitors individual programs. Participates in annual, quarterly interdisciplinary team planning meetings. Assists with consumer med appointments. Liaison with day programs. Assists with household management, including staff scheduling, groceries and house maintenance. Provides leadership and shift supervision. Ensures adequate supervision of consumers, including "if your shift replacement does not arrive, you are expected to remain on shift at your worksite until a suitable replacement staff has been located and arrives to replace you." Works harmoniously with and shows respect for employees, supervisors, vendors and consumers. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-F, mostly daytime, some early evening hours
  • WAGE: $14.00 - $19.32 DOQ
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor), Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Interest/experience in working with persons with Developmental Disabilities. Must be at least 18 years old. Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessments. Must have a valid current driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Join the Mount Olivet Rolling Acres team. This is a good entry level position for a Psychology or education major. The Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor) is responsible for the daily well-being and safety of the residents he/she supervises. The Residential Counselor assists the resident with all the activities of daily living, personal cares and program implementation. Residential Counselors insure adequate supervision of residents; assist with household maintenance and house-keeping. The Residential Counselor may accompany the resident to appointments and fun community activities. The Residential Counselor documents electronically all program data and daily log information accurately and in a timely fashion. Residential Counselors communicate effectively with others at work verbally and in writing, using the primary spoken language of residents in the home. Residential Counselors administer medications without errors (as requested) and demonstrate mastery of basic computer skills. Benefits: Full time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package, including: life insurance and voluntary life insurance opportunity, medical, dental, long term disability, short term disability opportunity, paid time off, flexible spending account, 403b retirement plans, company sponsored health reimbursement account, opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN), computer training, awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities. Take advantage of our generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Days vary, some weekdays, and every other weekend. Daytime and evening hours.
  • WAGE: $10.50 weekday, $11.50 weekend
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Careworker at Residential Group Home

Posted: 07/29/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Able to work as a team with flexibility. Bachelors preferred but not required.
  • DUTIES:If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of struggling teenagers, then Grace is the place! We are looking for a caring couple or individual to help care for youth who are unable to live with their parents on a temporary basis. Grace Children’s Home provides a distinctly Christian environment for teenagers to learn to live life to their fullest potential. The basics are: Responsible to establish and support the daily cottage routines which can become learning experiences for each resident, as well as promote feelings of predictability and security. Examples would be consistent meal times, study times, household chores, appropriate dress, and other routine, cottage activities. A complete description is available by request.
  • LOCATION: Henderson, Nebraska
  • DAYS/HOURS: 6 days on; 3 days off
  • WAGE: 13,000 year to start
  • CONTACT: Laura Jost (402)363-1012
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Program Coordinator

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA/BS in Human Services or a related field is highly preferred. OR Associate degree in a field related to human services OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified as defined by rule 245D. 3. Experience requirements vary based on level of education: A. BA/BS in Human Services or related field: 1 year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR B. Associate degree in a human services or related field: 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older OR C. Diploma in a human services related field from an accredited post-secondary institute: 3 years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 years and older 4. A valid Minnesota driver’s license and satisfactory driving record 5. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English 6. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills 7. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance 8. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. One year or more of leadership or management experience in a group home setting is highly preferred.
  • DUTIES:The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at one or two group home sites. The Program Coordinator will also comply with all regulations and the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser while: 1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the group homes 2. Supervising all direct care staff 3. Managing the budget of the homes 4. Serving as site Designated Coordinator, including risk management plans and outcome-based plans for the residents We are seeking a new manager with strong decision making skills, who is able to manage their time well to get tasks done accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires individuals to be self-motivated. Applicants with strong communication skills and experience supervising others are strongly desired.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Working Monday-Friday during standard business hours, on-call Monday 8am-5pm, and on-call every fourth weekend from Friday 5pm-Monday 8am
  • WAGE: $33,000-$35,000 + $1000 hiring bonus
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www.fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq LEAD Direct Support Professional

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record, able to pass a MN Department of Human Services background study. High School degree/GED or college degree.
  • DUTIES:Make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing assistance with daily activities, including personal care, meal preparation, passing medications, spiritual support, hobbies and personal interests and accompanying and supporting individuals on appointments and actvities. The Lead DSP is also key in supporting current employees and welcoming and mentoring during the training of new employees.
  • LOCATION: Victoria, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Tues-Sat or Sun-Thurs, day and evening hours
  • WAGE: $11.85-13.60
  • CONTACT: Dawn Margavage 952-443-2608
  • ONLINE: BethesdaJobs.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Counselor

Posted: 07/01/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Position Overview: Support and reinforce the therapeutic plan of clients by providing guidance and direction to residents in their daily living activities. Provide mentorship and supervision of resident daily activities and behavior according to established guidelines and procedures. Participate with coworkers as a team on implementation of treatment plans and therapeutic services. Ensure resident safety and collaborate with coworkers to maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, clean and therapeutic. Plan and participate in off-campus resident activities and assist in the transportation of clients to home visits, doctor appointments, planned recreational activities. Perform other responsibilities, tasks and projects as needed.
  • DUTIES:Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Minimum of 21 years of age and a valid driver’s license Please submit profiles to www.nexustreatment.org or stop by to pick up an application at 407 130th Ave. South Onamia, MN. 56359. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disab
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Varies
  • WAGE: TBD
  • CONTACT: Dennis Carter (320) 738-5505
  • ONLINE: www.nexustreatment.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Fall Camp Counselor 2014

Posted: 06/25/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
  • DUTIES:Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday. POSITIONS: Counselors For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD Camp Courageous of Iowa 12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418 Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919 E-mail: www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.
  • LOCATION: Monticello, Iowa
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday
  • WAGE: $400/week
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Muellerleile 319-465-5916
  • ONLINE: www.campcourageous.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Quality Assurance Program Assistant

Posted: 06/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. BA / BS in Human Services or a related field. 2. Designated Coordinator qualified. 3. Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required. 4. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies. 5. Ability to pass certification course to administer medications and treatments (within 60 days of hire) 6. At least one year of experience as a Fraser Program Coordinator OR two years of equivalent experience working in a 24-hour residential setting with people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or related conditions. 7. Demonstrated organizational leadership and supervisory skills, including training and development, required. 8. Proficiency in regulatory compliance required, especially rules 245B, 203 and knowledge of 245D. 9. Knowledge of funding sources and proficiency in budget management required.
  • DUTIES:OVERVIEW This position provides leadership, oversight and supervision to assigned Residential Living sites. Assures continuous quality improvement in service development and management. Ensures compliance with regulations as well as the vision, policies and budgetary parameters of Fraser. Quality Assurance Functions 1. Monitor service delivery excellence, regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction through an onsite and an online quality assurance process for assigned clients/sites. The emphasis of the monitoring process is with auditing and improvements on 45 Day and Annual documentation, Program Coordinator training, assisting Program Coordinators in maintaining electronic files in correct online folders so that Admin staff can access and monitor as needed. Assist Program Coordinators in maintaining standard individual file records on site and thinning/archiving records. 2. Assist in the development and implementation of service delivery methods to comply with current regulatory standards. Monitor Outcome documentation at sites as assigned and make recommendations to site Program Coordinator/Assistant Director/Senior Assistant Director. 3. Respond to documentation and program deficiencies and implement recommendations for corrective action. 4. Assist Program Coordinator/Assistant Directors in preparation /training regarding annual licensing as needed. 5. Monitor Residential Service sites periodically for required licensing requirements such as fire drill reports, medical equipment training, first aid supplies, etc. 6. Monitor Residential Service sites licensing requirements as outlined in the quality assurance process. 7. Audit health services documentation, supplies and equipment for residential service sites. 8. Conduct periodic financial audits at sites and assist in either making recommendations and/or implementing changes. Program Coordinator Functions Day to Day Site Management 1. Assure availability as required, either at the work site or electronically, to respond to emergencies immediately and provide direction and support to staff and clients. 2. Assure necessary staff coverage, and recommend staffing, to meet the needs of the clients served and the budgetary parameters of Fraser. 3. Assess customer satisfaction, service delivery excellence, and regulatory compliance, and respond to opportunities for improvement, through implementation of a quality assurance process. 4. Assure correctly prepared and accurate medication sheets, and the accuracy and documentation of administration of medication and treatments. Coordinate medication ordering. 5. Assure required documentation for all areas of client care are completed as required, including but not limited to Health Progress Notes, appointment forms, narrative notes, and data collection. 6. Coordinate weekly meal planning, grocery shopping and meal preparation as directed for each client served. 7. Maintain accurate financial information for sites supervised and all clients served. Collaborate with the finance department regarding financial management. 8. Coordinate and/or complete all household repairs and other upkeep. DC/QDDP Responsibilities 1. Assure routine active treatment for each person served. 2. Develop and assure documentation of outcome-based recommendations, and individual behavior plans for each client served, and assure accurate implementation of those plans. 3. Provide periodic progress reports to interdisciplinary team members, and ongoing communication for changes or issues as requested/required. 4. Coordinate admissions, discharges and grievances, in collaboration with the Assistant Director and the Director. 5. Implement responses to citations and recommendations for corrective action. 6. Coordinate consultative services for clients served. 7. Collaborate with medical professionals to coordinate health and medical needs for each client served. 8. Facilitate communication regarding program implementation among team members. Develop assessments, reports and conduct periodic meetings as required by the ISP/CSSP. 9. Facilitate the recognition of and response to service needs based on the cultural realities of clients served. 10. Assure regulatory compliance with documentation of incident/accident reports and internal investigations of possible maltreatment. General Functions 1. Support Assistant Directors in on-call coverage as directed. 2. Assist in the development, implementation and achievement of a management by objective (MBO) plan for Residential Living. 3. Recognize opportunities for and promote collaboration and team work within and between Residential Services and other divisions. 4. Assist in the development and implementation of division policies, procedures, budget, and quality assurance system for Residential Living. 5. Maintain knowledge of and contact with advocacy organizations.
  • LOCATION: Richfield
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday business hours with on-call responsibilities as assigned
  • WAGE: $38-40,000/yr. DOQ
  • CONTACT: Mandi Campeau 612-767-7221
  • ONLINE: www/fraser.org/employment
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Manager I

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Qualifications (Need to meet one of the following qualifications): •(1) a baccalaureate degree in a field related to human services, and one year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(2) an associate degree in a field related to human services, and two years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(3) a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited postsecondary institution and three years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older •(4) a minimum of 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities; and (5) four years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older under the supervision of a staff person who meets the qualifications identified in clauses (1) to (3).
  • DUTIES:Mains'l Services, Inc. is seeking an energetic and creative professional to join our team as a Manager I , supporting a caseload of individuals in the Shakopee, Chaska, and Chanhassen areas. We are looking for an individual with a proven ability to foster the team environment, who shows strength in both written and oral communication, and who has demonstrated leadership in the Human Services Field. Schedule: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week Position overview: Supervise Direct Support Professionals with completing necessary documentation, following policies and procedures, communicating with stakeholders, completing outcomes, completing IAPP's. Complete annual paperwork/meetings, daily documentation, monthly staff meetings/trainings, timesheet/ILS Summary verification, disciplinary action, direct care shifts as necessary, etc. Attend quarterly company forums, mandatory/optional trainings, and various internal meetings. Manage contracts/utilization of hours, communicate with Case Managers and other stakeholders on a regular basis, problem-solve with consumers and their teams, advocate for consumers, etc. Assist with program development, marketing, and problem solving. Ability to create/sustain/maintain stakeholder relationships. For additional information about this position, view our website: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp or call Catherine at 763-416-9167. Requirements: •Supervisory experience •Experience working with people with mental health concerns, brain injury and developmental disabilities •Strong problem solving skills •Ability to work with little direct supervision
  • LOCATION: Shakopee
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 40 hours per week
  • WAGE: Salary
  • CONTACT: Catherine Wiese 763-416-9167 cawiese@mainsl.com
  • ONLINE: http://www.mainsl.com/careers/job-openings.php#mp
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online
fold faq Resident Care Big Brother or Sister

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Committed Christian At least 22 years of age Experience helping teenagers Undergraduate or Graduate degree Work well on a team Teachable Work well in stress situations
  • DUTIES:We hire graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:http://files.tubesnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=thcsb35p&wmode=window&bgcolor=FFFFFF&t=1388434506" We hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It's a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful. Our next openings for male staff are for August and December, 2014 start dates and for females December. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply athttp://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
  • LOCATION: Independence, Missouri
  • DAYS/HOURS: 5 days on per week/60+ hours per week in ministry
  • WAGE: $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits.
  • CONTACT: Greg Stone (816) 812-2464 gstone@shelterwood.org
  • ONLINE: http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
fold faq Residential Care Home Client Assistant

Posted: 06/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Loving and responsible caregivers to provide care for elderly ladies in a residential care home in Eden Prairie. Background check and two step Mantoux required.
  • DUTIES:Personal cares, light housekeeping, preparing meals.
  • LOCATION: Eden Prairie, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Looking for immediate awake night and weekend hours.
  • WAGE: $13.00/hour
  • CONTACT: Becky Dorr 612-719-2915
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Program Coordinator, Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Join the team at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. QDDP/QIDP status related to Human Services required. Bachelor’s degree or higher in the Human Services field, including, but not limited to: Psychology,Social Work, Sociology, Education, Rehabilitation, or Counseling. At least one year of experience in working directly with persons with intellectual or other developmental disabilities. Proven leadership skills. Training in the field. CPR, Med Administration Certified (training provided at MORA). Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office Of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessment. Must have a current valid driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Provides leadership in the residential/community home, and shift supervision. Assists in program development, writing and data collection. Assists consumers with activities of daily living. Assists with daily cares, behavioral and medical needs of consumers. Assists with house financials, including resident accounts, house bills, rec fund. Assists in assessment, development, writing, data collection of individual programs for consumers. Implements, monitors individual programs. Participates in annual, quarterly interdisciplinary team planning meetings. Assists with consumer med appointments. Liaison with day programs. Assists with household management, including staff scheduling, groceries and house maintenance. Provides leadership and shift supervision. Ensures adequate supervision of consumers, including "if your shift replacement does not arrive, you are expected to remain on shift at your worksite until a suitable replacement staff has been located and arrives to replace you." Works harmoniously with and shows respect for employees, supervisors, vendors and consumers. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-F, mostly daytime, some early evening hours
  • WAGE: $14.00 - $19.32 DOQ
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor), Mayer, MN

Posted: 05/30/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Interest/experience in working with persons with Developmental Disabilities. Must be at least 18 years old. Must pass Department of Human Services background check and maintain “qualified” status. Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General. Must be able to successfully complete company’s basic job skills assessments. Must have a valid current driver’s license and must have insurance as required by state law.
  • DUTIES:Join the Mount Olivet Rolling Acres team. This is a good entry level position for a Psychology or education major. The Direct Support Professional (Residential Counselor) is responsible for the daily well-being and safety of the residents he/she supervises. The Residential Counselor assists the resident with all the activities of daily living, personal cares and program implementation. Residential Counselors insure adequate supervision of residents; assist with household maintenance and house-keeping. The Residential Counselor may accompany the resident to appointments and fun community activities. The Residential Counselor documents electronically all program data and daily log information accurately and in a timely fashion. Residential Counselors communicate effectively with others at work verbally and in writing, using the primary spoken language of residents in the home. Residential Counselors administer medications without errors (as requested) and demonstrate mastery of basic computer skills. Benefits: Full time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package, including: life insurance and voluntary life insurance opportunity, medical, dental, long term disability, short term disability opportunity, paid time off, flexible spending account, 403b retirement plans, company sponsored health reimbursement account, opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN), computer training, awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities. Take advantage of our generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
  • LOCATION: Mayer, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Days vary, some weekdays, and every other weekend. Daytime and evening hours.
  • WAGE: $10.50 weekday, $11.50 weekend
  • CONTACT: Don Talbert 952.767.3296
  • ONLINE: http://www.mtolivetrollingacres.org/employment/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online