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Hammer Residences, Inc. (Posted December 4, 2013)
OVERVIEW:Hammer Residences’ mission is to provide adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to experience life to its fullest. Since 1923, Hammer has provided innovative services for people with disabilities to live meaningful, self-directed lives. Headquartered in Wayzata, we have 46 locations in the Twin Cities. We are proud to be a Star Tribune Top Workplace the last three years and among The NonProfit Times' 50 Best Nonprofits to Work For.
RESPONSIBILITIES:Hammer Residences, Inc. has been providing quality Case Management Services since 2007. Hammer Case Manager’s provide vital support for people with disabilities and their families, helping them to find their way through the maze of the social service system while promoting consumer choice and self-determination.
• Develop a comprehensive person-centered plan for each individual
• Determines individual’s requirements by having regular contact; with other team members determining need for therapeutic medical, psycho-social, and psychiatric evaluations; reviewing therapist evaluations, objectives, and plans
• Ensure safety with risk management and assessment
• Maintains individual records by reviewing progress and documenting status updates
• Help individuals understand available service options
• Identify potential providers
• Provide support in accessing and coordinating services
• Evaluate and monitor services: monitors cases by verifying individual’s attendance; observing and evaluating treatments and responses; advocating for needed services and entitlements; obtaining additional resources; intervening in crises; providing support.
REQUIREMENTS:Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree required in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology; LSW preferred. Previous case management experience preferred; Must have expertise in working within the Waiver systems, particularly DD and CADI waivers; and an understanding of Medical Assistance.
HOW TO APPLY: To find out what sets Hammer apart and to apply for this position, please go to the Hammer website at www.hammer.org to submit your resume and cover letter.
Mains'l Services, Inc. (Posted November 25, 2013)
OVERVIEW:Mains’l Services, Inc., is seeking a positive and innovative Registered Nurse to work in our supported living sites in the Northeast metro. This nursing position would require working Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week and on some on-call hours as well. This person must have the following qualifications: Licensed as a Registered Nurse in MN, have recent experience in home health, experience working with individuals with disabilities as well as long term care, excellent computer skills, and excellent leadership skills as well. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation with insurance coverage. This position has a case load of approximately 12 SLS houses to visit weekly in the northeast metro area. The nurse assesses the health of the consumers, reviews medical records to include MARs, does staff training in medical equipment, and contacts physicians regarding consumer health concerns. This position will involve working with home health consumers as Mains'l plans on increasing the number of consumers who have home health. The nurse needs to be skillful in working with computers as this position will be responsible for working with the homes to implement ERecords.
HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in this opening, please apply online at: www.mainsl.com.
REM Hennepin, a partner of The MENTOR Network (Posted November 20, 2013)
OVERVIEW: REM Hennepin is seeking a full-time Program Coordinator, starting at $13.50 an hour, to provide assistance to adults with disabilities in a community-based setting. We offer a supportive team environment and a professional platform to further a career path in Social and Human Services, both of which complement our benefits package and non-traditional benefits.
Program Coordinators are a critical link to the community for those we serve, as well as serving as a bridge between our direct care and clinical staff to ensure the seamless delivery of services to the individuals we support. Program Coordinators manage the day to day activities, budgets, and schedules for one home and best ensure that all individuals receiving services are properly cared for, including implementing programs and services for those individuals. This role will comply with regulatory requirements and will manage, hire, train and schedule direct care staff. Additionally, the Program Coordinator will schedule activities and appointments for individuals served and will maintain records.
• High school diploma or GED
• Must be 18 years of age
• Valid driver’s license in good standing
• Successful clearance of local and/or state background checks
One or two years of experience supporting individuals with disabilities including emotional, behavioral, medical complexities and/or brain injuries
• Supervisory experience
ABOUT REM HENNEPIN:
REM Hennepin, a part of REM Minnesota, offers home and community-based services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as autism spectrum disorders, mental health challenges, physical disabilities with complex medical needs and brain injuries. With program locations throughout the Hennepin area, REM Hennepin offers a range of residential services with supports tailored to the needs of each individual as well as hourly support and respite services designed to allow each individual to be as independent as possible.
We have a proud history of growth from within – many of our senior leaders began their MENTOR careers in Program Coordinator roles! To that end, we offer a wide variety of learning methods and experiences for employees to gain new knowledge and skills in order to enrich their careers.
HOW TO APPLY:
Apply today at jobs.thementornetwork.com/minneapolis.
REM Woodvale (Posted November 15, 2013)
OVERVIEW:Founded in 1967, REM serves adults with physical, intellectual and development disabilities, acquired brain injury, and other complex needs throughout the state. We are innovators in the field of human services – providing flexible group living arrangements and supported living programs, specialized services for people with dual diagnosis and a range of other individualized supports. With more than forty years of experience, REM is a trusted provider who is committed to helping each individual we serve grow and thrive in the communities they call home.
The Area Director is responsible to supervise services for people with disabilities within a region or portion of a region. The Area Director may supervise Intermediate Care Facilities, Semi-Independent Living Services, Waivered, and other related services. This particular Area Director superivses ICF/MR, Waivered, and Semi-Independent Living programs and Alternative Service Models in the towns of Owatonna, Albert Leaand Kasson. The invididuals served in these communities have a variety of diagnosis including: Intellectual Developmental Disabilities, Brain Injury, Mental Health and Physical Disabilities.
RESPONSIBILITIES:The Area Director supervises assigned Program Directors and is responsible for the operation of specific sites or services including program services, personnel management, financial management, physical plant, county and consumer relations, and quality enhancement programs. Above all, the Area Director is responsible to protect and promote the health, safety, and well-being of the people served. A key function of this role is to proactively look at all aspects of the area and identify areas that could be improved and then to create a plan to implement those process improvements.
- 18 years of age or older.
- Four year degree in a related field.
- Two years experience serving people with developmental disabilities.
- QMRP recognition as determined by federal and state regulations.
- Knowledge and understanding of applicable federal and state regulations.
- Demonstrated ability in areas of leadership, personnel, program operation, and fiscal management.
- Skilled in written and oral communication, community relations and service development.
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of behavior management principles, program development, and monitoring techniques.
- Eligible as determined by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the Department of Human Services, and the Company’s Corporate Compliance Plan.
- Valid driver’s license and driving record that meets insurability requirements as defined by the Company’s insurance carrier.
HOW TO APPLY: Please apply at jobs.thementornetwork.com.
Fraser (Posted November 15, 2013)
Program Coordinator, Minneapolis
OVERVIEW: Fraser, a Minnesota non-profit organization provides comprehensive education, healthcare, and housing services to children and adults with special needs. It is our vision to build a world where all people have equal opportunity and choice to realize their dreams to live, work, learn and play as members of our community.
The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership to assure continuous quality improvement in active treatment service development and implementation at 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 QMRP, including developing risk management 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.
1. A Bachelor's degree in Human Services, Education, Psychology or other similar majors to fulfill qualifications for QMRP/QDDP
2. A valid Minnesota driver's license and satisfactory driving record
3. The ability to use clear and understandable written and verbal English
4. A minimum of one year in a leadership position in a group home setting
5. The ability to demonstrate strong decision-making skills
6. Proficiency in leading staff and guiding performance
7. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word and Outlook
Two years or more of management experience in a group home setting
In addition to competitive compensation and benefits, Fraser also offers employees the opportunity to develop new skills and encourages career growth and development for employees within the organization. As providers of comprehensive education, healthcare, and housing services, we employ professionals across a wide array of housing, education and healthcare services. Fraser is a place to learn, stay, and grow. Fraser is proud to be an EEO/AA employer.
HOW TO APPLY: This position is posted at www.fraser.org/employment until filled.
Fraser (Posted November 15, 2013)
Human Resources Representative
OVERVIEW:Fraser, a Minnesota non-profit organization provides comprehensive education, healthcare, and housing services to children and adults with special needs. It is our vision to build a world where all people have equal opportunity and choice to realize their dreams to live, work, learn and play as members of our community.
The HR Representative provides Human Resources recruitment and staffing support for assigned client/program areas. Also provides HR consultation for assigned client/program areas with primary emphasis on recruitment, staffing, and retention initiatives. Regularly participates in facilitation of New Hire Orientations.
1. Establish relationships with client/program areas to effectively assist with recruitment and retention.
2. Identify cost effective recruitment sources with emphasis on managing advertising costs within budget and developing the effectiveness of social media as a recruitment source.
3. Utilize solid judgment skills to prepare specific interview questions, interview candidates, and provide quality recommendations for hire.
4. Consult with assigned client/program areas to build interview processes to adjust for program restructures/staffing changes as client/program area needs evolve.
5. Extend job offers and effectively negotiate offers as needed within defined salary ranges.
6. Identify and participate in continuous quality improvement processes that will increase recruiting efficiencies and success.
7. Provide suggestions on job description updates and compensation administration that will maintain internal and external equity.
8. Initiate and participate in outreach efforts to promote Fraser while sourcing applicants with emphasis on diversity recruitment, referrals, and/or college and university recruitment efforts.
9. Complete background and reference checks and ensure new hires present appropriate documentation to work.
10. Complete paperwork for payroll including paperwork for new hires, change of statuses, terminations, and other paperwork supports upon request.
11. Develop and maintain legible and organized records of Human Resource processes for assigned program areas.
OTHER HR FUNCTIONS:
1. Serve as a primary facilitator for weekly New Hire Orientations as assigned.
2. Serve as the first point of contact with Fraser’s employees and supervisors regarding Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and personal medical leaves to assigned program areas. Appropriately communicate and distribute all relevant information to supervisors and employees which may include: request forms, federal policies and notices, internal policies, medical certifications, restrictions, approvals and other communication. Maintain accurate and organized tracking systems for all areas of responsibility to assure Fraser’s compliance with applicable policies and laws to minimize organization risk. Make recommendations and seek guidance from Employee Relations Manager where appropriate.
3. Attend staff meetings for client areas, as requested.
4. Participate in achievement of department MBOs and HR related projects as assigned.
5. Provide guidance to client/program areas, once trained, on basic employee relations issues. Refer more complex issues to the Employee Relations Manager for investigation and resolution.
6. Determine sources, advertise or otherwise collect adequate applicant pools for openings, which may include working with temporary agencies and negotiating contracts while managing advertising costs to stay within assigned allocations.
1. BA/BS in Human Resources, Business, or a related field or equivalent education and experience required.
2. Valid Minnesota driver’s license, acceptable record, and access to a reliable vehicle required.
3. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies.
4. Minimum of one year full time equivalent staffing or recruiting experience required.
5. Effective communication in the English language, including verbal and written communication with both internal and external contacts required.
5. Basic mathematical skills, including the ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide and calculate percentages required.
6. Ability to recognize problems, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions required.
7. Computer proficiency using Word and Excel with proficiency in keyboarding skills required.
8. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail required.
9. Strong judgment skills in order to facilitate hiring quality candidates in a high volume recruitment environment required.
10. Strong customer service orientation required.
11. Ability to work in a high volume, fast paced environment required.
12. Knowledge of and ability to apply basic employment law concepts in every day work required.
1. HRIS database experience preferred.
2. Healthcare, Social Service, and non-profit recruiting experience highly preferred.
In addition to competitive compensation and benefits, Fraser offers its employees much more. We offer a flexible, casual environment which provides employees work and life balance. Our employees say that being part of the Fraser team is being a part of something special; where co-workers genuinely care about the work that we do, and about one another. We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer.
HOW TO APPLY: This position is posted at www.fraser.org/employment until filled.
Alternatives for People with Autism, Inc. (Posted November 15, 2013)
Entry Level Supervisor
OVERVIEW:Alternatives for People with Autism, Inc. is currently hiring entry level supervisors to provide care for adults disabled by autism and developmental disability in a residential group home setting. Supervisors are responsible for overseeing and assisting in the quality of all resident interactions with staff, providing direct care for residents on a regular basis, preparing materials for IDT and Program Development, constructing goals for programs, scheduling staff and posting daily duties, schedules and attends resident medical and dental appointments, handling emergencies, and covering on-call duties three days per week.
This is a full-time, exempt position, and is eligible for health, dental, and life insurance as well as paid holidays, two weeks paid vacation, and five days paid sick time per year. Starting salary is: 32,011.46 per year, with quarterly opportunities for wage increases based on performance.
Please be aware that applicants must be available to work all of the following shiftsto be considered for this position.
• AM Hours (6am-9am; 1-4x per week)
• PM Hours (2pm-10pm/3pm-11pm; 2-4x per week)
• Every other weekend
• On-call responsibilities 3 days per week
• Completion of a 4-year degree in a related field (psychology, human service, or social services) no later than Spring 2014.
• Applicants must be able to communicate effectively in English, and must be able to work effectively as a leader in a fast-paced, physically-demanding environment.
• Experience working with people with disabilities and knowledge of applied behavioral analysis is preferred.
HOW TO APPLY: For more information, or to set up an initial application meeting, please contact our Human Resources Coordinator at 763-560-2988. Alternatively, resumes may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.