Employment Opportunties

Employment Opportunities: 

 

Position: Training Coordinator 

TARC, Inc. is currently seeking and individual to coordinate staff development and training for all TARC staff and affiliate staff as requested.  Must be qualified to teach CPR, First Aid, Health and Safety, Fire Safety, MANDT, Abuse Neglect & Exploitation, KDOT Driver Trainings, and.  Monitor and update staff training requirements on a regular basis to comply with all licensing and federal and state regulations. Develop and maintain training materials and maintain the training database. Coordinate the TARC Safety Committee to ensure safety protocols are being met by all divisions.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Human Services or related field.  Teacher certification preferred.
  • Five years’ experience in planning, conducting and coordinating training activities or classroom teaching.  Must have exceptional people skills and the ability to adapt training material to meet different learning styles.

This position is full-time, Monday-Friday, no evenings or weekends with eight (8) paid holidays.  Health Care, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and PTO is offered and much more.   TARC, Inc. is a participant in KPERS.  

TARC, Inc. conducts background screenings and post-offer pre-employment drug testing.  Must have and maintain a valid Kansas Driver’s License with a satisfactory motor vehicle record.

May submit application online at www.tarcinc.org or make application/send resume to: Human Resources, TARC, Inc. 2701 SW Randolph Ave, Topeka, KS 66611 or e-mail to [email protected]   E.O.E.

 

 

Position: Targeted Case Managers

Great opportunity to expand your skills.   FT position  M-F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The Targeted Case Managers provide case management services to eligible persons by developing, linking, coordinating, and monitoring services, support and resources within and outside of KETCH.  Serves as a program manager for individuals on caseload and facilitates the development and implementation of the personal plan. Responsible for home visits, assisting individuals with obtaining Medicaid/SSI funds, and advocating for individuals on case load. Requires 4 ½ years verifiable direct care experience OR BA/BS plus six months direct care in a human service capacity, valid driver’s license, and good driving record.  EOE

KETCH is an EEO/AAP employer

APPLY ONLINE, IN PERSON OR SEND LETTER/RESUME TO [email protected].

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT KETCH, SEE OUR WEBSITE AT www.ketch.org

KETCH  ∎  230 S. Ida    Wichita, KS  67211    ph (316)383-8777  ∎  fx (316)383-8715

Pratt/Wichita, Kansas – Nurse: Full-time Position – 30 hours in Wichita and 10 hours in Pratt per week. Minimum of one year nursing experience.  Must hold a current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Kansas. Requires weekly travel to Pratt/Medicine Lodge. Valid driver’s license. Must be able to effectively communicate. $19.50 - $26.50 per hour

Dodge City, Kansas – Program Supervisor: Responsible for the day-to-day coordination in the Adult Life Skills, Retirement and Work Services programs. Responsible for the facilitation of meaningful participation in activities and community inclusion for clients. Preference of two years of college (60 credit hours) in a related field and six months relevant work experience. $29,120-$39,120

Dodge City, Kansas – Early Childhood Interventionist: Supports infants/toddlers and their families in home and community based settings. Responsible for completing screenings, evaluations, service planning, family coaching, and team collaboration in order to work toward identified outcomes for each child.  Serves as a Family Service Coordinator (FSC) for assigned families collaborating with other community resources. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education, be a Registered Nurse as verified by the State of Kansas OR a licensed Speech & Language Pathologist. Requires knowledge of early childhood development and early childhood disorders. Salary determined by Special Education Cooperative.

Pratt, Kansas - Early Childhood Interventionist: Supports children birth to three and their families in home and community based settings. Responsible for completing screenings, evaluations, service planning, caregiver coaching, and team collaboration in order to work toward family identified outcomes for each child. Serves as a Family Service Coordinator (FSC) for assigned families.  Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education.  Requires knowledge of early childhood development and early childhood disorders. Salary and benefits set by the South Central Kansas Education Cooperative

To apply, please to www.arrowheadwest.org

 

Position: CDDO Director

A career with Johnson County Government is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to serve a diverse and expanding community in meaningful ways.  We challenge ourselves to be a different kind of government because we care deeply about our community and each other.  Committed to our shared values, we provide excellent public service, seeking always to improve ourselves and our organization.  We offer wonderful benefits, retirement plans, wellness incentives, a great organizational culture, and much more!  If you’re searching for something more than just a job, something akin to a calling, then consider the challenge and opportunity of being a member of Johnson County Government!

Johnson County Developmental Supports (JCDS) is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Developmental Disabilities Organization (CDDO) Director.  JCDS serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  We focus on individuals’ abilities, provide choice driven supports, and advocate alongside people to live and work in our community.  We aspire to build a community that promotes, supports, and embraces people of all abilities.  The CDDO Director oversees the coordination of services and supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Job Duties:

  • Leads the development of a High Performing Organization through active demonstration of the county’s Pillars of Performance, encouraging leadership and empowerment at all levels of the organization; dedicates QII activities for self and staff; actively mentors, coaches and collaborates with employees to enhance the county mission and vision keeping in mind the common goal of leaving our community better than we found it.
  • Maintains a provider network and CDDO service capacity; interprets and relays funding decisions to staff, affiliates and members of the public; collaborates with County departments and agencies to address regulatory or legal compliance matters; assesses service capacity resource needs for CDDO affiliates.
  • Serves as a member of JCDS Senior Management Team; develops and manages the network strategic plan in providing leadership of the CDDO; collaborates on strategies to address current and future operational issues including long-term and short-term strategic initiatives; assists in the County budget and planning processes.
  • Represents JCDS and Johnson County Government interests in local and statewide development and committee activities including annual contract negotiations with outside agencies; participates in the Johnson County Transition Council and Community Coordination Team; provides testimony at hearings or special committee meetings locally or at the State.
  • Directs and leads Community Developmental Disabilities Organization (CDDO) operations in effectively addressing consumer, family, and affiliate service access issues and Quality Assurance matters; initiates and facilitates problem solving discussions and develop strategies that lead to actionable decisions; provides systemic leadership to Johnson County affiliate providers; serves as a liaison with local organizational staff and state officials concerning consumer crisis situations; reviews and submits crisis recommendations to the State.

Job Requirements:
A bachelor's degree in special education, rehabilitation, business, psychology, human services, or related field is required.  Five years of human services or relevant experience, including experience and knowledge of state regulations and funding options is required.  One year leading, directing, supervising or coordinating the work of others is also required. 

A master's degree in special education, rehabilitation, business, psychology, human services, or related field is preferred.  Five years of experience in the IDD field is also preferred.

Experience may substitute for education and education may substitute for experience.  

Candidate must be able to successfully complete criminal and motor vehicle background screenings, which includes KDADS required screenings and registry checks.

Johnson County offers a competitive salary and benefits package.  The expected salary range for this position is $64,937 - $97,406 annually and will be based on experience.  For more details and consideration, apply online at https://www.jocogov.org/careers Applications will be accepted through 4:00pm on January 16, 2019.  

 

Position: Community Relations Officers - Multiple Locations

Mosaic is the largest national faith-based provider of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our more than 4,000 employees and independent contractors provide a life of possibilities to nearly 3,700 people across 10 states. Building upon more than a century of service, Mosaic navigates continuous transformation in service delivery while maintaining a focus on those things that matter most: people served and their families; the people who serve; and our mission of service and advocacy. 

Positions are available at the following locations:  Waco Texas, San Antonio Texas, Bryan Texas, San Angelo Texas, Omaha Nebraska, Rockford Illinois, Cromwell Connecticut, Forest City Iowa

Overview:

Mosaic is seeking passionate community relations and donor development professionals who are interested in working to make a difference in the lives of others. The people Mosaic serves and their families desire and deserve independence; close ties to the community; new opportunities for employment, volunteer and social activities; and a healthy, active lifestyle

Responsibilities:

  • Developing and executing a comprehensive community relations and donor development plan.
  • Enhancing donor relationships for the organization in assigned community.
  • Collaborate with the National Supports office on grant proposals, funding applications, marketing materials and maintenance of contact lists.
  • Gaining measurable and sustainable financial support for Mosaic through fundraising, friend raising, public relations, marketing, special event and volunteer management.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, public relations, communications, or a related field.
  • Minimum of two years of experience in a similar position.
  • Previous experience in fundraising preferred.
  • Previous experience with grant writing and volunteer management is helpful. 

Leaders at Mosaic will:

  • Create and convey trust
  • Build collaborative relationships
  • Think and act strategically
  • Encourage innovation and change
  • Demonstrate open communication
  • Engage and develop others
  • Drive for results through others

The Mosaic Advantage 

Operating with the philosophy of One Mosaic, local agencies and the national supports office complement one another in successfully carrying out our mission. Agencies have the responsibility to serve people, engage staff and involve local communities. The national supports office provides technical and operational resources, using centralized and standardized processes where possible to increase efficiencies and ease the local workload.

Why Mosaic? We put people first. Both the people we serve and the people who serve.  We believe the work we do is life-giving and life-changing, and we invite passionate, experienced leaders to learn more about our opportunities.

For a confidential discussion about this position or other career opportunities, please contact Jason Metz, Talent Sourcing Coordinator, at [email protected] or 402-896-3884, x30020.

 

Position: Executive Director for Northern Iowa

Mosaic is the largest national faith-based provider of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our more than 4,000 employees and independent contractors provide a life of possibilities to nearly 3,700 people across 10 states. Building upon more than a century of service, Mosaic navigates continuous transformation in service delivery while maintaining a focus on those things that matter most: people served and their families; the people who serve; and our mission of service and advocacy. 

Overview:

The Executive Director is the leader of our agency operational team, which includes community relations, program management and direct support. Critical to their role is ensuring safety, respect, connection and integrity for the people and families we serve.  This position will serve our Northern Iowa Agency and can be based in Forest City, Waukon or Clarion community. 

Responsibilities:

  • Daily operational oversight of the agency
  • Strategic planning, partnering and collaboration with the national supports office (finance and accounting, HR, marketing, community relations, IT and more) and statewide teams
  • Financial and budget oversight
  • Employee management, including coaching and development
  • Program oversight
  • Community relations, fundraising and advocacy
  • Compliance and regulatory responsibilities

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Services or a related field
  • Minimum of five years of experience in a related field (i.e. Behavioral Health, IDD, Senior Living)
  • Minimum two years management experience
  • Budget/Finance management, Employee management and Compliance/Regulatory oversight
  • Travel between locations in Northern Iowa and occasional travel to meetings primarily within driving distance

Leaders at Mosaic will:

  • Create and convey trust
  • Build collaborative relationships
  • Think and act strategically
  • Encourage innovation and change
  • Demonstrate open communication
  • Engage and develop others
  • Drive for results through others

The Mosaic Advantage 

Operating with the philosophy of One Mosaic, local agencies and the national supports office complement one another in successfully carrying out our mission. Agencies have the responsibility to serve people, engage staff and involve local communities. The national supports office provides technical and operational resources, using centralized and standardized processes where possible to increase efficiencies and ease the local workload.

Why Mosaic? We put people first. Both the people we serve and the people who serve.  We believe the work we do is life-giving and life-changing, and we invite passionate, experienced leaders to learn more about our opportunities.

If you’d like to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities enjoy a full life, apply today at our career site (https://www.mosaicinfo.org/work-us) or, to discuss opportunities confidentially, contact Jason Metz, Talent Sourcing Coordinator, at [email protected] or 402.896.3884 x30020.

 

Position: Service Access Specialist

Sedgwick County CDDO has an opening for a Service Access Specialist. This position assist individuals and families through the intake process for I/DD services, determines eligibility, and completes initial functional assessments. This position also responds to requests for information and educates applicants and stakeholders about the I/DD system. They engage individuals in options counseling and complete Pre Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) screenings. Successful applicants will have at least 1 year I/DD experience and a bachelor’s degree in a human services related field. Starting pay is $15.20/hour. To apply, please visit www.hrepartners.com.

 

Position: Targeted Case Manager, Johnson County - Work from Home

Directs and coordinates the delivery of habilitative services in compliance with regulatory requirements. Responsibilities include training staff in behavior modification techniques, developing new programs and maintaining records.

Schedule: Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

This is a work from home position that will be housed in Johnson County with minimal travel to Wyandotte county for office meetings and majority local travel within Johnson County. Stipends and equipment will be provided.

State Kansas Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Special Education or related field. Minimum of one year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities required. May require QMRP certification and experience in an ICFMR.

Full-time Apply online at mosaicinfo.org/work-us.

 

Position: Vice President of Human Resources

Rainbows United, Inc. is seeking highly qualified candidates to consider for our Vice-President of Human Resources position. The person we seek must have a proven track record in organizational planning and development, employment law, benefits and compensation, employee relations and HRIS. The person selected will have excellent leadership, organizational and communication skills, work well with all levels of the organization, including Board and Leadership members, have a passion for Rainbows’ mission and guiding principles.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge and skillfulness in organizational planning and development
  • Demonstrates advanced knowledge and experience in employment law, compensation, employee relations and safety
  • Leads and develops human resources staff.
  • Responsible for the development and implementation of agency policy and procedures.
  • Effectively administers all agency benefits, compensation and other HR programs.
  • Deploy effective recruitment and retention strategies to ensure the hiring and retention of quality staff.
  • Demonstrates the ability to serve as a successful participant on the leadership team and to interact effectively with the agency Board of Directors.  Serves as a member of the HR committee.
  • Promotes appropriate employee relations throughout the agency and assists and advises agency coordinators on HR issues.
  • Insures the agency stays in compliance with all Federal and State regulations and files reports timely.
  • Affiliates with appropriate human resource networks and organizations.
  • Computer skills to include a working knowledge of industry related software, data bases and Microsoft Office programs. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree in Human Resources and 5 years’ experience required.
  • In lieu of Master’s degree, Bachelor’s Degree and 7 years’ experience required.
  • HR Certification preferred.

To apply please visit our website at www.rainbowsunited.org/careers

EOE