Current Team Position Openings


Join Our Team!
We are currently looking for compassionate, dedicated people to assist children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health needs in residential and supported living programs throughout northwest Oregon. If you're passionate about serving people with disabilities or you would like to begin a career in the social services field--and you meet the minimum qualifications listed below--we would like to hear from you!

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.

 

 

Certified Support Provider I (CSP)

Position Summary

The Certified Support Provider (CSP) directly serves our clientele, providing care, support and skills-training to individuals with developmental disabilities and/or mental health challenges. Basic job duties may include: food preparation, house cleaning, skills-training at home and/or in the community, basic hygiene care, medication administration, if needed, assisting with activities of daily living, following a support plan, transportation of clients (approved drivers only), social skills training, and integration into the community.

Hours/Shifts

Available shifts will vary depending upon work locations and the needs of our clients: Full time and part time; day, swing, night and companion; permanent and on-call.

Qualifications

Before completing an online application, be sure that you can answer, "yes" to the following questions:
1. Are you age 18 or older?
2. Do you have a high school diploma or equivalent?
3. Do you have a valid driver's license?
4. Do you have two or fewer incidents on your driving record within the last three years?
5. Can you pass a DHS criminal history and reference checks?
6. Are you a compassionate, motivated person, ready for a new challenge and meaningful work?
7. Can you work while frequently standing, walking, bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, stretching, twisting, crouching, kneeling, and/or lifting.
8. Can you lift and/or transfer up to 50 lbs. and continuously use your hands/fingers?

Training

All training required to become a CSP is paid.


Pay and Benefits

Starting at $10.50 per hour. Some locations offer a .50 differential. View benefit details.

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This position is open for new applications continuously.

 

 

Residential Administrator/Program Manager- Eugene, Oregon

Position Summary
This is a full time Residential Administrator/Program Manager position will provide oversight of a residential program in Eugene, Oregon for adults with developmental disabilities and mental health needs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Hiring, training, supervision and scheduling of Certified Support Providers (CSPs), ensuring adherence to Oregon Administrative Rules and OSHA guidelines, coordination of client services, maintaining client records and quality assurance supervision.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full time position. Shifts may vary, but will most often be daytime, Monday through Friday, and include regularly-scheduled periods of remaining on-call for 24-hours.

Qualifications
*High School Degree or equivalent, plus two years of experience and training related to developmental disabilities and/or mental health needs, or
*A two year college degree, plus one year of experience and training related to mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities, or
*Four year college degree in Human Services field.
*Satisfactory criminal history check, meeting the Oregon Administrative Rules and company policy requirements.
*A valid driver’s license and a good driving record that meets company insurance requirements.
*Must be able to frequently drive a personal and/or company vehicle locally and/or regionally.

Salary and Benefits
Starting at $2,400 to $2,600 per month depending on experience. View benefit details.

View the complete job description for this position.

Submit your online application for this position.
Current Employees may submit by emailing your resume to Darcee LaCalli, Human Resources Manager.

Position open until filled.

 

Residential Administrator/Program Manager-Beaverton, Oregon 

Position Summary
This is a full time Residential Administrator/Program Manager position will provide oversight of a residential program in Beaverton, Oregon for adults with developmental disabilities and mental health needs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Hiring, training, supervision and scheduling of Certified Support Providers (CSPs), ensuring adherence to Oregon Administrative Rules and OSHA guidelines, coordination of client services, maintaining client records and quality assurance supervision.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full time position. Shifts may vary, but will most often be daytime, Monday through Friday, and include regularly-scheduled periods of remaining on-call for 24-hours.

Qualifications
*High School Degree or equivalent, plus two years of experience and training related to developmental disabilities and/or mental health needs, or
*A two year college degree, plus one year of experience and training related to mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities, or
*Four year college degree in Human Services field.
*Satisfactory criminal history check, meeting the Oregon Administrative Rules and company policy requirements.
*A valid driver’s license and a good driving record that meets company insurance requirements.
*Must be able to frequently drive a personal and/or company vehicle locally and/or regionally.

Salary and Benefits
Starting at $2,400 to $2,600 per month depending on experience. View benefits details. 

View the complete job description for this position.

Submit your online application for this position.
Current employees may submit by emailing your resume to Darcee LaCalli, Human Resources Manager.

Position open until filled.


Residential Administrator/Program Manager- Depoe Bay, Oregon

Position Summary
This is a full time Residential Administrator/Program Manager position will provide oversight of a residential program in Depoe Bay, Oregon for adults with developmental disabilities and mental health needs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Hiring, training, supervision and scheduling of Certified Support Providers (CSPs), ensuring adherence to Oregon Administrative Rules and OSHA guidelines, coordination of client services, maintaining client records and quality assurance supervision.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full time position. Shifts may vary, but will most often be daytime, Monday through Friday, and include regularly-scheduled periods of remaining on-call for 24-hours.

Qualifications
*High School Degree or equivalent, plus two years of experience and training related to developmental disabilities and/or mental health needs, or
*A two year college degree, plus one year of experience and training related to mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities, or
*Four year college degree in Human Services field.
*Satisfactory criminal history check, meeting the Oregon Administrative Rules and company policy requirements.
*A valid driver’s license and a good driving record that meets company insurance requirements.
*Must be able to frequently drive a personal and/or company vehicle locally and/or regionally.

Salary and Benefits
Starting at $2,400 to $2,600 per month depending on experience. View benefits details.

View the complete job description for this position.

Submit your online application for this position.
Current employees may submit by emailing your resume to Darcee LaCalli, Human Resources Manager.

Position open until filled.


Residential Coordinator- Albany, Oregon

Position Summary
This is a full time Residential Coordinator position and will provide clerical, communication, quality assurance and organizational assistance. The goal for this position is that the Residential Coordinator will be able to assist with the opening of new programs, continued stabilization of existing ones, coordination of care for individuals served, and be able to conduct training and provide technical assistance throughout the company on behalf of the Residential Directors as assigned. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, quality assurance tasks such as checking and/or reviewing records and verifying documentation, compiling data and creating written reports, preparing and editing professional written and verbal correspondence, organizing and maintaining files in hard copy and electronic form, managing and maintaining schedules and appointments and other duties as assigned. Additional duties will likely include location research, planning processes for new programs, assisting team members with screening and hiring as appropriate, in time being able to fill in for a Program Manager and/or support a Regional Manager as the need arises on a short term basis. This person will also assist in originating and leading practices and objectives that will provide an employee-oriented; high performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, quality, productivity, standards, goal attainment and ongoing development of superior workforce. The Residential Coordinator is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and evaluation of processes that support the achievement of the organization’s business goals. This position requires a strong work ethic, the experience in leadership and/or management roles, and the willingness and ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously. An ability to maintain confidentiality in all situations is a necessity.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full time, Monday through Friday position with periods of on-call responsibilities.

Qualifications
*High school level education plus two years of related work experience in an office setting or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
*Experience in the fields of social services, developmental disabilities, or mental health is preferred.
*Satisfactory Criminal History Check meeting company requirements.
*Valid driver’s license and a good driving record, meeting company insurance requirements.
*Must be able to frequently drive personal and/or company vehicle locally and/or regionally.
*Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
*Experience with basic office technologies, including Microsoft Excel and Outlook preferred, however Renew may provide training if needed.
*Ability to work without direct supervision.
*Ability to lift up to 50 pounds as needed.

Salary and Benefits
$2,400 per month. View benefit details.

View the complete job description for this position.
Submit your online application for this position.
Current Employees may submit by emailing your resume to Darcee LaCalli, Human Resources Manager.

Position open until filled.

 

Behavior Specialist 1

Position Summary
The Behavior Specialist 1 will ensure proper planning, management and evaluation of behavior support services and activities. The Behavior Specialist 1 oversees Renew Consulting’s behavior support services including the creation of Functional Assessments, Interaction Guidelines, and Behavior Support Plans as well as data tracking and staff training on behalf of Renew Consulting clients. The Behavior Specialist 1 trains staff on positive behavior supports and Oregon Intervention Systems philosophy and practices. As a part of the position, the Behavior Specialist 1 will also be trained to assist with consulting cases that are not directly assigned to this position.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full time position. Shifts may vary, but will most often be daytime, Monday through Friday, and includes regularly-scheduled periods of remaining on call 24-hours.

Qualifications
* Undergraduate degree in human services field plus at least one year of experience in the area of behavior supports for the individuals with mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities; or three years equivalent education, certifications, and work experience relating to behavior supports for individuals with mental health disorders and/or developmental disabilities.
*If not already certified, obtain Oregon Intervention System (OIS) Agency Instructor certification within one year of hire.
*Satisfactory criminal history check, meeting company policy requirements.
*Valid Driver’s license and good driving record, meeting company insurance requirements.
*Must be able to frequently drive personal and/or company vehicle.
*Demonstrated knowledge of the developmental disabilities and mental health fields, including the Oregon Administrative Rules for all areas of service (i.e. Foster Care, Supported Living Programs, Vocational/ATE Programs, 24-Hour Residential Programs, etc.) If not familiar with a particular program, must demonstrate knowledge of that service within three months of hire.
*Verifiable computer/office technology skills.

Salary and Benefits
Starting at $2400.00-$2900.00 per month depending on experience. View benefit details.

View the complete job description for this position.
Submit your online application for this position.
Current Employees may submit a resume by emailing it to Darcee LaCalli, Human Resources Manager.

Position open until filled.


Behavior Specialist 2

Position Summary
The Behavior Specialist 2 will ensure proper planning, management and evaluation of behavior support services and activities, the Behavior Specialist 2 oversees Renew Consulting, Inc.’s behavior support services including the writing of Functional Assessments, Interaction Guidelines, and Behavior Support Plans as well as data tracking and staff training on behalf of Renew Consulting, Inc. clients. The Behavior Specialist 2 trains staff on positive behavior supports and Oregon Intervention System (OIS) philosophy and practices. The Behavior Specialist 2 is responsible for ensuring quality of services and contract fulfillment of consulting services for Renew Consulting, Inc. clients. As a part of the position, the Behavior Specialist 2 will also be trained to assist with consulting cases that are not directly assigned to this position.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full time position. Shifts may vary, but will most often be daytime, Monday through Friday, and include regularly-scheduled periods of remaining on call 24-hours.

Qualifications
*Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the human services field plus at least three years of experience in the area of behavior supports for individuals with mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities, or five years of work experience directly relating to and working on behavior supports or therapy plans for individuals with mental health disorders and/or developmental disabilities.
*Current Oregon Intervention System (OIS) Independent Instructor Certification or obtained within 6 months of hire currently eligible and qualified to apply.
*Demonstrate competence in written and verbal communication skills and experience with Functional Assessments, Interaction Guidelines and Behavior Support Plans.
*Ability and willingness to solve problems by seeking out and collaborating with resources from within and outside of Renew.
*Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of personalities and individuals including clients, guardians, healthcare professionals, and state and county officials.
*Verifiable computer/office technology skills.
*Satisfactory criminal history check, meeting company policy requirements.
*Valid driver’s license and a good driving record, meeting company insurance requirements.
*Must be able to frequently drive a personal and/or company vehicle.

Salary and Benefits
Starting at $3,300 to $3,500 per month depending on experience. View benefit details.

View the complete job description for this position.
Submit your online application for this position.
Current Employees may submit a resume by emailing it to Darcee LaCalli, Human Resources Manager.

Position open until filled.

 

Registered Nurse/Contract RN

Position Summary
This full-time Registered Nurse or Registered Contract Nurse willprovide medical supports for clients in various counties throughout northwest Oregon. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Providing initial, annual, and on-going Nursing Assessments; Developing, implementing, reviewing and continuation of Nursing Care Plans and protocols; Training support staff on medical supports and employee delegation where applicable.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full-time, Monday through Friday position.

Qualifications
*Bachelor's degree in Nursing from an accredited university.
*Current license to practice in Oregon as a Registered Nurse.
*At least one year experience in community nursing is preferred but not required.
*Satisfactory criminal history check, meeting the Oregon Administrative Rules and company policy requirements.
*Valid driver's license and a good driving record, meeting company insurance requirements.
*Must be able to frequently drive a personal and/or company vehicle locally and/or regionally.
*Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.

Salary and Benefits
Contract Rate-$45.00-$55.00 per hour DOE
Employee Salary-$4,300.00-$5,000.00 per month DOE
View benefit details.

View the complete job description for this position.
Submit your online application for this position.
Current Employees may submit a resume by emailing it to Darcee LaCalli, Human Resources Manager.

Position open until filled.

 

 

 
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