Individual Living Specialist ll (ILS) – Bozeman MT
The Individual Living Specialist (ILS) works in the Adult Services Program which promotes and supports the life-style choices of adults with developmental disabilities as they live interdependently in the community. The ILS is responsible for developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating Personal Support Plans (PSPs); coordinating staffing and maintaining documentation of Adult Services; coordinating program administration duties; and maintaining confidential consumer files. The position reports to the Support Services Supervisor, and supervises Direct Service Providers (DSPs).
- High school graduation or GED.
- One (1) year related experience which may include service coordination experience.
- Valid Montana driver’s license or ability to obtain one within one month of hire.
- Access to a reliable vehicle.
- Acceptable driving record.
- Successfully complete a background and criminal history check.
- A combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in sociology, psychology, business, or a related field.
This is a full time position with a generous benefits package including health insurance, sick leave, vacation time, 401K, travel reimbursement, and many others.
The starting pay for this position is $15.05 per hour.
If you are interested in this position, please read the attached complete job description then submit an email letter of interest to email@example.com.
Call Tyler Tobol at 406-442-1571 with questions.
Direct Service Providers (DSPs) – Bozeman, Belgrade, Butte, Dillon and Helena, MT.
Family Outreach is looking for people who want more out of their job than just a paycheck. Do you want to feel good at the end of your workday, knowing you made a positive impact in someone’s life? If you do, you might be the person we are looking for!
Family Outreach is hiring people to assist children and adults with developmental disabilities in their day-to-day lives, in a variety of locations. We are dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities in achieving their full potential.
DSP’s are responsible for working with individuals with developmental disabilities in their home and in the community.
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• Must have valid driver’s license
• Must own a vehicle with proof of insurance and registration
• Must be able to pass a background check
Starting Pay: $10.83/hr. DOE
If interested read the job description, complete Family Outreach application and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call Tyler at 406-442-1571 with questions.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $10.83 /hour
Registered Behavioral Technicians – Helena, Bozeman, and Livingston MT.
Looking for Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT) responsible for working in a home-based intervention program with children with autism and/or adult with challenging behaviors. This includes using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) scientific principles of learning and motivation in order to increase more positive behaviors and social interactions and decrease inappropriate behaviors. The position performs and coordinates responsibilities associated with measurement, assessment, skill acquisition, behavior reduction, documentation, and reporting.
The position requires a Registered Behavior Technician Certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. The position reports to Family Support Specialist with Autism Endorsements (FSS-AE), and supports other Children Autism Trainers (CATs) and Direct Service Providers (DSPs).
Family Support Specialist -Helena, Butte and Bozeman, MT
Hiring a Family Support Specialist in Helena and Bozeman to work in a home based intervention program for families with infants, toddlers, or children with developmental disabilities. This position engages assigned families through the establishment of a trusting relationship by providing meaningful and consistent client contact; and provides support and resources to enhance children’s learning and development through everyday learning opportunities. Major responsibilities include providing early intervention services through coaching families, conducting developmental assessments, coordinating services, offering support and resources, referring to other community services as appropriate, monitoring child and family outcomes, and developing, implementing, and evaluating individual family support plans with goals, objectives, and activities to meet the individual families’ needs. Travel and basic computer skills required. College degree required and experience with developmental disabilities preferred. Full Time Position is pay grade 7, starting at $15.05/hr (D.O.E.), benefit package includes: health and vision insurance, generous leave package, flexible work schedule and 401K retirement plan.
Download application below and submit resume to email@example.com
Contact Info: Brittney Tronaas 406-587-2477
Open until filled
Adult Services Program Assistant
The Adult Services Program Assistant is responsible for performing a variety of administrative and programming functions to support, administer and coordinate office functions and support services, as well as other duties as assigned. The position reports to the Adult Services Manager.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Reviews and performs work that is received and/or requested by the Manager; this includes but is not limited to: technical writing, verbal and written communications, coordinating special projects, completing Material Supply Requests (MSRs) and other duties as assigned.
2. Review and process incoming mail/email to ensure timely responses and appropriate routing of information. This includes stamping and disseminating incoming mail and notifying the Manager of correspondence that require an immediate reply.
3. Coordinate communications among and between all office staff, progress reports, coordinating and scheduling meetings and when appropriate facilitating discussions regarding decision making processes.
4. Coordinates and confirms meeting, travel, meal/lodging and related arrangements.
5. Participates in weekly incident management committee meetings as recorder and disseminates information to the committee and prepares monthly reports for the board.
6. Coordinates office functions with the approval of the Manager.
7. Edits, prepares layouts, and coordinates the publishing of forms, brochures, and newsletters using advanced word processing and desktop publishing software. This involves gathering information; editing documents for content and appropriate use of business English, spelling and grammar; determines proper format and graphics based on report requirements; and coordinates printing and mailing external resources.
8. Manages and maintains the storage of exited Client files as well as coordinating the transfer of these files out of storage and back to staff. Manages the retention schedule and coordinates the shredding of exited Client files.
9. Maintains Administrative equipment, supplies, and postage inventories. Coordinates physical plant or equipment servicing and routine maintenance as well as and completing the MSRs.
10. Performs and/ or oversee office reception services. This involves responding to walk-in traffic and phone inquiries, taking messages, or directing visitors and callers to the appropriate staff member. Ensures phone coverage and open and close the office on an as needed basis and ensure proper security of office.
11. Coordinates meetings, prepares agendas and attends meetings to take minutes on an as needed basis.
12. Provides written and verbal communications and assists with public relations activities on an as needed basis.
13. Provides technical assistance to callers to guide them through the chain of command and direct them to the appropriate staff member.
14. Participates in the emergency on-call rotation and scheduling and at times may perform duties related to a direct service provider.
15. Performs a variety of other clerical and administrative tasks as assigned by the Manager. This includes coordinating special projects and events, attending training as required by policy and/or the Program Manager as well as provide backup and coverage for other Family Outreach staff.
Position is full time, starting at $12.67 an hour.
Call Tyler Tobol at 406-442-1571 with questions.
Supported Employment Specialist – Helena, MT
The Supported Employment Specialist (SES) is responsible for providing career planning services; coordinating supported employment services to persons with disabilities; recommending, monitoring and evaluating the employment/vocational component of Personal Support Plans (PSPs); coordinating all aforementioned services for private pay clients and performing program support. The position reports to the Supported Employment Coordinator and supervises/trains Job Coaches.
Starting wage is $13.94 to $15.05, DOE. Benefit package includes: health and vision insurance, generous annual and sick leave package, flexible work schedule and 401K retirement plan.
To apply, download the application below, and submit it, along with your resume, to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, call Tyler Tobol at 406-443-3083 ext. 109.