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 (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 criminal history and reference checks?
6. Can you pass a drug screening?
7. Are you a compassionate, motivated person, ready for a new challenge and meaningful work?

Training 
All training required to become a CSP is paid. 

Pay and Benefits
Starting at $10 per hour. View benefit details.

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Submit your online application for this position
This position is open for new applications continuously. 


Residential Administrator/Program Manager- Lincoln City, Oregon

Position Summary
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 including an on call rotation.

Qualifications
*High School degree or equivalent, plus two years of experience and training related to developmental disabilities and/or mental health needs, or…
*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.
*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.

Salary and Benefits
 $2400-$2600 per month depending on experience. View benefit details.

Relocation assistance available. 

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.


Regional Manager- Lincoln City, Oregon

Position Summary
This is a full time position that reports to the Residential Director and the Executive Team to ensure the proper planning, management, and evaluation of all services offered within the region. The Regional Manager provides supervision and oversight to all programs, oversees coordination of services, and ensures quality of care. The Regional Manager directly supervises Program Managers and assists managers with the supervision of Certified Support Providers. The Regional Manager oversees the development of individuals’ plans and support documents, coordination of services, monitors progress, and assists with maintaining client records.

Hours/Shifts
This is a full time, Monday through Friday position which includes regularly-scheduled periods of remaining on call for 24-hours.

Qualifications
*Undergraduate degree in human services field and at least two years of supervisory experience in the area of developmental disabilities and/or mental health, OR at least three years of supervisory experience in the area of developmental disabilities and mental health.
*Satisfactory criminal history check.
*Valid Driver’s license and maintenance of good driving record.
*Must be able to frequently drive personal and/or company vehicle locally and/or regionally.
*Demonstrated knowledge of the developmental disabilities and mental health fields.
*Ability to work as an active team member without direct supervision.
*Ability to facilitate the development of services to meet the needs of people with disabilities.
*Demonstrated knowledge and ability to perform basic word processing tasks and learn to use all other commonly-accessed computer programs such as Outlook Email, etc.

Salary and Benefits
$3200-$3500 per month depending on experience. View benefit details.

Relocation assistance available. 

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- Eugene, Oregon

Position Summary
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 including an on-call rotation.

Qualifications
*High School degree or equivalent, plus two years of experience and training related to developmental disabilities and/or mental health needs, or…
*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.
*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.

Salary and Benefits
$2400-$2600 per month depending on experience. View benefit details.

Relocation assistance available. 

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.


Financial Assistant

Position Summary
The Financial Assistant reports to the Financial Manager to support the daily processing and monthly procedures of the agency financial systems. As part of the position, the Financial Assistant will work under the Financial Manager to assist with budgets, financial analysis, and departmental financial records as required and requested by the Chief Financial Officer.

Qualifications
*High school level education and two years of related work experience in an office setting, or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
*Ability to perform large data entry projects.
*Satisfactory Criminal History Check, meeting the department’s requirements.
*Valid driver’s license and maintenance of a good driving record.
*Must be able to frequently drive personal and/or company vehicle locally and/or regionally.

Salary and Benefits
Starting at $2200 per month. View benefit details

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

Position open until filled.


 
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