Current Openings

Updated - 01/10/2014

Part-Time Positions

Direct Care Professional (PT)
  • No previous experience required; we will provide paid training
  • Applicants must be age 18 or older
  • Employees are required to pass background study, have an operating vehicle, current driver's license and auto insurance (due to transporting clients)
  • Schedules built around applicants' availability and client needs
  • Weekend differential at 24-hour client sites for Sat/Sun day shifts
  • Sleep overnight stipends
  • Employees scheduled weekends work every other weekend

Full-Time Positions

Case Manager
  • Requires a Bachelor’s Degree (B.A., B.S.) in a human services field
  • One year of direct care work experience
  • Employees are required to pass a background study, provide evidence of degree in related area, and have an operating vehicle, current driver’s license and auto insurance (due to transporting clients)

The applicant will be responsible for:

  • Conducting Direct Care Provider’s 90-day performance reviews upon completion of the orientation period
  • Conducting site reviews as directed by the Services Director
  • Performing all of the responsibilities of the Direct Care Provider position as is necessary (including direct client supervision)
  • Directly supervising Direct Care Provider including, but not limited to: directing work, conducting performance reviews, rewarding and disciplining employees, addressing complaints, and resolving conflicts
  • Processing staff Time Sheets and Expense Reports
  • Positive interactions with clients, guardians, client families, representatives of other agencies, and other persons with whom clients interact
  • Admission, orientation, and 45-day review of new clients
  • Development and maintenance of the Individual Program Plan (IPP) including, but not limited to: goal/objective writing, observation of program implementation, ensuring proper documentation, and service recommendations to the IDT
  • Conducting and coordinating client reviews, team meetings, and site meetings, as is necessary or determined by the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT)
  • Completing and distributing Quarterly Reports and maintaining current Consent forms if applicable
  • Preparation of client transfer and discharge summaries
  • Compliance with Minnesota Rule 201 (Foster Care Licensing) and keeping client Foster Care Licenses current for each site
  • The effective implementation of behavioral plans if applicable programming
  • Properly acting upon, documenting, and distributing Incident Reports
  • The development and maintenance of the Risk Management Plan for each client
  • The oversight, coordination, and proper documentation of all client health, medical, and psychiatric care
  • Balancing client financial accounts and maintaining accurate financial records for each client
  • Performing On-Call services when assigned
  • Other duties, as assigned

The applicant will also need to:

  • Support and participate in common teamwork; cooperate and work together with supervisors and co-workers
  • Use tactful, appropriate, and professional communication

EOE/AA Employer