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Shelter Worker (multiple positions)

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Shelter Worker will manage daily operations of the shelter. This position works closely with other shelter employees in a team atmosphere to ensure consistent, safe operation of the shelter for all guests and volunteers. Primary responsibilities include answering phones and performing intakes for new shelter guests, monitoring guest behavior, light housekeeping tasks, meal preparation, meal service, and administrative work, documentation and data entry. Additional responsibilities include regularly attending staff meetings, and representing St. Stephen’s Human Services’ shelters at various community meetings and trainings.

How to apply
Visit ststephensmpls.isolvedhire.com and select the opening for which you wish to apply. Submit your information under "Apply Now" and you will be directed to the full application, where you can upload your resume and cover letter – both are required. If you have previously created an account to apply for a position at St. Stephen's, login to your account before attempting to apply for another position. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be selected for interviews as applications are received. No phone calls please.

Salary
$16 to $17 DOQ

Posted
04/16/2021

Expires
06/01/2021

Community Living Adviser - Rosemount

Twin Cities Metro | Part Time

Job Description
Thomas Allen is Hiring Community Living Advisers! Paid training provided! LOCATION: Rosemount, MN HOURS AVAILABLE: 4 flexible hours Monday - Thursday and 4 hours on Fridays regularly needed JOB SUMMARY: Join our team supporting an Individual whom lives independently. Duties include assisting individual running errands (shopping, bank, etc.), transporting to and attending medical appointments as needed , assist with home care skills, filling out renewal forms and organizing mail, and getting out in to the community for fun activities. Will be required to attend Individuals annual team meetings and completion of required paperwork. Good communications skills needed. QUALIFICATIONS: Must have 1 year of related experience working with individuals with disabilities Willing to commit to and implement person-centered supports High school diploma or equivalent Department of Human Services background clearance Valid driver's license, reliable vehicle, acceptable driving record, and proof of auto insurance required Must be 18 years or older Ability to effectively communicate in English, both written and verbally AA/EOE To view other open positions, click here. Thomas Allen, Inc. is a social services agency that provides a variety of person-centered services to individuals with disabilities throughout the state of Minnesota. Our team of nearly 800 employees are key players in assisting individuals served with group home support, semi-independent and independent living, case management, care coordination, and guardianship. As our agency continues to grow, we are looking for team members who are passionate about providing services that empower those we support. Join our team and make a difference! hiring immediately dsp

How to apply
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1744707-124143

Salary
13.27 - Hourly

Posted
04/15/2021

Expires
06/06/2021

Direct Support Professional (DSP) South St. Paul (Hmong Speaking)

Twin Cities Metro | Part Time

Job Description
Thomas Allen is Hiring DSPs! No experience necessary. Paid training provided! LOCATION: South St. Paul, MN HOURS AVAILABLE: Part-time: Wednesday Thursday 5pm - 10:30pm Every-other Saturday Sunday 8am - 8pm JOB SUMMARY: As a Direct Support Professional, you will have the primary responsibility of meeting the needs of the individuals supported in the home, including providing proactive, empowering, and inclusive support, guidance, and supervision. DUTIES INCLUDE: Encourage and assist individuals to realize both long and short-term goals Assist with special adaptive equipment and Life Sustaining Medical Equipment Assist with self-cares such as bathing and dressing Prepare meals or assist the individuals served with meal preparation Log all day-to-day occurrences Accompany individuals to medical appointments Medication administration and/or working with medical equipment Help individuals to maintain their home by assisting with laundry, budgeting, cleaning, and shopping Work alongside guardians, families, case managers, and other team members Other duties as assigned REQUIREMENTS: Proficiency in speaking the Hmong language Ability to lift and carry up to 50lbs, perform 1-person transfers, and provide physical support, such as repositioning and propelling a wheelchair, to an individual weighing 180lbs Willingness to attend to personal cares and health needs, light housekeeping, and meal preparation Willing to commit to and implement person-centered supports High school diploma or equivalent Department of Human Services background clearance Valid driver's license, acceptable driving record, and proof of auto insurance required Must be 18 years or older Ability to effectively communicate in English, both written and verbally

How to apply
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1743942-124143

Salary
19.00 - Hourly

Posted
04/15/2021

Expires
06/06/2021

Outpatient Clinic Supervisor

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The mission of Canvas Health is to bring hope, healing, and recovery to people's lives. Helping People, Changing Lives Canvas Health employs a dynamic and diverse group of professionals that reflect the many facets of our clients and provide a wide range of services to children, adolescents, adults, and families who struggle with mental health, chemical health, and domestic and sexual abuse. A career with Canvas Health provides an opportunity to enrich your own life alongside coworkers who share a special passion for making a real difference in the lives of others. We hold ourselves and each other accountable to the highest standards in all of our service and seek demonstrated ability to provide the highest quality of professional and customer service. RETENTION BONUS! This position is eligible for a $3,000 retention bonus ($500 paid after 6 months, the remainder after 12 months) Outpatient Clinical Supervisor Oakdale/Stillwater Position Summary: Responsible for conducting diagnostic assessments and providing ongoing psychotherapy for outpatient mental health services. Three-quarters of the time provides direct client services and one quarter provides supervisory activities. Clinical supervision of other psychotherapist(s), coordinates Canvas Health outpatient services provided for its local community. Represents Canvas Health to the community. Helps plan the development of Canvas Health services within the community. Strong preference for providers who work with a large age span, including children, families, and adults. Qualifications: Masters or Doctorate Degree in social work, family therapy, clinical counseling, or psychology with emphasis on clinical practice. MN state license and eligibility to become a credentialed provider with insurance entities required (e.g., LP, LICSW, LMFT, LPCC). For a full job description, please click on the link below.

How to apply
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1744885-432945

Salary
DOE

Posted
04/15/2021

Expires
05/16/2021

Social Worker II

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Social Worker II - FT Opportunity Center & Higher Ground- St. Paul $55,000 to 67,000 Annual Salary Job Summary and Requirements Master’s degree in social work from an accredited college/university State of MN LICSW licensure required Experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders Experience working with homeless individuals as well as individuals from diverse backgrounds Ability to work closely with an interdisciplinary team and participate in frequent consultation and coordination to best meet client’s needs Experience/skill in de-escalation techniques and crisis intervention Ability to frequently consult and coordinate client care with emergency services including, EMT’s, fire, police, and ER/hospitals Conduct diagnostic assessments to assist in initiating referrals for targeted case management, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) etc. Initiate referrals for psychiatry, psychotherapy, etc. when warranted Provide short-term, individual psychotherapy and psychoeducation to clients in crisis Ability to refer to supportive, mental health service programming such as Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS), crisis residences, partial hospitalization program (PHP), etc. Develop treatment plans, safety plans, and crisis intervention plans and re-evaluate and revise as needed Ability to provide consultation regarding diagnostic impressions and recommendations for team, as well as shelter and opportunity center staff Ability to educate and train direct service staff on common mental health disorders observed, and how staff can best anticipate and respond to certain presenting symptoms and behaviors Catholic Charities is an Equal Opportunity Employer

How to apply
https://www.cctwincities.org/r/careers

Salary
$55,0000-$67,000

Posted
04/15/2021

Expires
06/15/2021

Care Coordinator - MSHO/ MSC+

Full Time

Job Description
Thomas Allen is Now Hiring in our Managed Care Division! LOCATION: Office in Burnsville, MN (temporarily working remotely) HOURS AVAILABLE: Flexible Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm JOB SUMMARY: As a Care Coordinator, you will help members of Minnesota Health Care Programs make informed choices about their health care services, conduct assessments, coordinate services, and help members make progress toward their health goals. In addition, you will be responsible for the process of ongoing assessment, planning, referral, orientation, monitoring, and advocacy assistance through which multiple medical service needs of members are addressed. REQUIREMENTS: Licensed Social Worker by the MN Board of Social Work, Registered Nurse or Public Health Nurse 1 year of full-time professional experience working in the human services field Experience with Medical Assistance, Medicaid, Elderly Waiver, and MSHO/MSC+ programs preferred Candidates should have expert level knowledge of community resources for the aging/disabled population Experience working with diverse and/or senior population is necessary Bilingual candidates preferred Must be at least 18 years of age Background clearance Ability to effectively communicate in English, written and verbal Driver's license, acceptable driving record, and proof of auto insurance required AA/EOE To view other open positions, click here. Thomas Allen, Inc. is a social services agency that provides a variety of person-centered services to individuals with disabilities throughout the state of Minnesota. Our team of nearly 800 employees are key players in assisting individuals served with group home support, semi-independent and independent living, case management, care coordination, and guardianship. As our agency continues to grow, we are looking for team members who are passionate about providing services that empower those we support. Join our team and make a difference!

How to apply
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1742453-124143

Salary
21.72 DOQ - Salary

Posted
04/14/2021

Expires
04/23/2021

Dental Scheduling & Registration Coordinator (Spanish bilingual)

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center is seeking someone who is fluent in both English and Spanish who enjoys working with the public, has strong communication skills, and a desire to help others while serving the community to fill their Dental Scheduling & Registration Coordinator position. This position is responsible for guest reception, registration, appointment scheduling, referrals, phone calls, scanning, and facilitating the patient flow of all dental appointments at the Dental Clinic. Location and hours: This position is located at the NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center at 1313 Penn Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Due to Covid, work hours will be Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Some Saturday shifts will be required from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. on a rotating basis. Once we are back to regular service hours, this position may have some evening hours working 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. This position will also provide backup as needed for the other dental clinic at 800 West Broadway, Minneapolis, MN. About the position type: This is a full-time, benefit earning position.

How to apply
Submit applications to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hennepin/jobs/3033823/dental-scheduling-registration-coordinator-spanish-bilingual

Salary
$41,600.00 - $50,413.43 Annually

Posted
04/14/2021

Expires
04/20/2021

Employment Specialist Youth Serving Wright and Sherburne Counties

Central MN | Full Time

Job Description
CMJTS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider committed to creating an environment of inclusion where everyone is valued and has a sense of belonging. We work to confront and eliminate the barriers racism has created, and to earn the trust of our community to create a culture of accountability. Primary Objective: This position will assist participants in identifying strengths, evaluating and overcoming challenges, in order to obtain long-term employment and self-sufficiency. Qualifications: * 1-2 years experience and/or education preferred * Bachelors degree preferred * Proficiency with personal computer usage * Demonstrated case management skills * Ability to communicate professionally and effectively * Highly organized and self-motivated to work independently and manage schedules efficiently * Knowledge of job search strategies * Ability to support and motivate participants *Approximately 60% travel through service area with employee-provided transportation Responsibilities: * Identify and match participants to community resources * Provide outreach to recruit and inform community members that may benefit from services * Direct delivery of services to participants * Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner * Maintain an up-to-date case file on each participant * Ability to direct CareerForce visitors with online job-search and related activities * Maintain knowledge of internal data management systems * Responsible to implement program and grant plans and procedures * Authorize and justify support expenditures * Effectively utilize training and support budgets * Conduct initial enrollment interviews * Coach and provide employment counseling to participants on issues such as career success skills, interviewing, résumé writing, job search techniques, and job retention * Meet established case management timelines * Closely monitor participant activities to ensure goals are met

How to apply
Send cover letter and résumé to: Human Resources - CMJTS PO Box 720, Monticello, MN 55362 or email to: employment@cmjts.org

Salary
Range: $19.18 - $27.82

Posted
04/14/2021

Expires
05/07/2021

Employment Specialist Youth in Mora Serving Kanabec, Pine, and Mille lacs Counties

Central MN |

Job Description
CMJTS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider committed to creating an environment of inclusion where everyone is valued and has a sense of belonging. We work to confront and eliminate the barriers racism has created, and to earn the trust of our community to create a culture of accountability. Primary Objective: This position will assist participants in identifying strengths, evaluating and overcoming challenges, in order to obtain long-term employment and self-sufficiency. Qualifications: * 1-2 years experience and/or education preferred * Bachelors degree preferred * Proficiency with personal computer usage * Demonstrated case management skills * Ability to communicate professionally and effectively * Highly organized and self-motivated to work independently and manage schedules efficiently * Knowledge of job search strategies * Ability to support and motivate participants *Approximately 60% travel through service area with employee-provided transportation Responsibilities: * Identify and match participants to community resources * Provide outreach to recruit and inform community members that may benefit from services * Direct delivery of services to participants * Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner * Maintain an up-to-date case file on each participant * Ability to direct CareerForce visitors with online job-search and related activities * Maintain knowledge of internal data management systems * Responsible to implement program and grant plans and procedures * Authorize and justify support expenditures * Effectively utilize training and support budgets * Conduct initial enrollment interviews * Coach and provide employment counseling to participants on issues such as career success skills, interviewing, résumé writing, job search techniques, and job retention * Meet established case management timelines * Closely monitor participant activities to ensure goals are met

How to apply
Send cover letter and résumé to: Human Resources - CMJTS PO Box 720, Monticello, MN 55362 or email to: employment@cmjts.org

Salary
Range: $19.18 - $27.82

Posted
04/14/2021

Expires
05/07/2021

Employment Specialist, Public Assistance Programs in Monticello, MN

Central MN |

Job Description
CMJTS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider committed to creating an environment of inclusion where everyone is valued and has a sense of belonging. Primary Objective: This position will assist participants in identifying strengths, evaluating and overcoming challenges, in order to obtain long-term employment and self-sufficiency. Qualifications: * 1-2 years experience and/or education strongly preferred * Bachelors degree preferred * Proficiency with personal computer usage, Microsoft Office products, email, and internet usage * Demonstrated case management skills * Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with general public, participants and internal staff * Highly organized and self-motivated to work independently and manage schedules efficiently * Knowledge of job search strategies * Ability to support and motivate participants * Must be able to travel as necessary in a 75-mile radius with employee-provided transportation Responsibilities: * Identify and match participants to community resources * Direct delivery of services to participants * Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner * Maintain an up-to-date case file on each participant * Ability to direct CareerForce visitors with online job-search and related activities * Maintain knowledge of internal data management systems * Responsible to implement program and grant plans and procedures * Authorize and justify support expenditures * Effectively utilize training and support budgets * Conduct initial enrollment interviews * Coach and provide employment counseling to participants on issues such as career success skills, interviewing, résumé writing, job search techniques, and job retention * Meet established case management timelines * Closely monitor participant activities to ensure goals are met

How to apply
Send cover letter and résumé to: Human Resources - CMJTS PO Box 720, Monticello, MN 55362 or email to: employment@cmjts.org

Salary
Range: $19.18 - $27.82

Posted
04/14/2021

Expires
05/07/2021

Case Manager - LTC Anoka County

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Thomas Allen's Case Management Division is Hiring! LOCATION: Office in Blaine working with Anoka County contracts. Local travel is required for meetings and visits with individuals served when in-person visits resume. Temporarily working remotely. HOURS AVAILABLE: Flexible Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm JOB SUMMARY: As a Case Manager, you will conduct assessments, create and review care plans, and coordinate services with individuals served and the interdisciplinary team. You will also connect individuals served with community resources and ensure waiver coordination and documents meet lead agency guidelines. Our Blaine office serves primarily Anoka County. Our team provides Case Management for individuals receiving CADI/BI/EW Waivers and the Alternative Care Program. The CADI waiver services individuals that need NF level of care so have an array of disabilities or are experiencing mental health. Individuals eligible for the BI waiver have a Brain Injury and the EW Waiver and AC program is for the over 65 population. Our case managers carry a caseload from about 40-50 individuals. This varies due to the wide range of people we serve and how much time they depend on us to set up and monitor services for them. You can expect to have 1-3 visits per week with individuals served and spend a majority of your time in the office putting the requested services in place. For a full job description, please click on the link below. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in social work and LSW, or a bachelor's degree in a related field such as psychology, human services, or sociology, or Registered Nurse, or Public Health Nurse Must have at least two years full-time social service experience in the education or treatment of persons from vulnerable populations Background clearance Ability to effectively communicate in English, written and verbally

How to apply
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1740084-124143

Salary
21.72 DOQ - Salary

Posted
04/12/2021

Expires
04/18/2021

Case Manager/Social Worker

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Position: Social Worker/Case Manager Locations: The primary location for this position is in Golden Valley, MN or Hopkins, MN. Travel throughout the Twin Cities is required for meetings and visits with persons served. Based on caseload, travel throughout other parts of Minnesota may be required. Schedule: Monday - Friday (Full time) Typical daytime hours with occasional evenings as needed for meetings Starting wage: $48,600.00 Annually. We offer a higher starting salary for employees with a master’s degree. $1,000 sign-on bonus after 3 months Job Summary: As a Case Manager/Social Worker, you will be working on finding resources and services for persons (clients) that best fit their needs and situations. At Meridian Service’s, each Case Manager is an advocate for persons with disabilities/elderly and helps to make a difference in their lives. Our Case Managers will carry caseloads that consists of persons with intellectual disabilities,traumatic brain injuries, mental health diagnosis and/or elderly persons. In this position you will be completing the following: *Visits with persons on the caseload and attending team meetings *Completing or attend meetings on needs assessment; individual service plan development (CSSP) *Assisting with planning for new service development *Locating residential, vocational, and other needed services depending on each person’s needs *Monitoring service delivery and ensuring the health and safety needs of each person are being met. *Completion of referrals and crisis intervention as needed *Developing waiver budgets *Completing case notes *Acting as advocates for people we provide services for. Requirements: *Be licensed as a Social Worker by the Minnesota Board of Social Work (Bachelor of Social Work required for licensure) or licensed as a Graduate Social Worker (Master’s in Social Work required for licensure) by the Minnesota Board of Social Work.

How to apply
Please apply at https://meridiansvs.com/openings and go to Case Management LSW

Salary
Starting wage: $48,600 for LSW.

Posted
04/12/2021

Expires
06/12/2021

Laboratory Assistant

Twin Cities Metro |

Job Description
Join the Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation (DOCCR) as a Laboratory Assistant. This position will serve the Adult Field Services (AFS) with urinalysis collection for clients who are court ordered to submit to random drug testing. The Laboratory Assistant position is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is interested in a career in working in a municipal county laboratory providing services within the criminal justice system. Location and hours: This position is located at the Hennepin County Government Center, 300 South 6th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55487. The hours of the Drug Testing Lab are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Schedule will vary to meet these needs and will not to exceed 40 hours per week. All personal protective equipment materials are provided and safety protocols are required to be followed. This position is recruitment critical and eligible for an employee referral bonus. Current Hennepin County employees who refer candidates may be eligible for a $500.00 referral bonus About the position type: This is a full-time, benefit earning position. This position requires direct observation of male clients submitting urinalysis, so being male has been determined to be a Bona Fide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ), therefore this position must be filled by a male applicant.

How to apply
Submit applications to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hennepin/jobs/3037019/laboratory-assistant

Salary
$41,600.00 - $44,187.82 Annually

Posted
04/12/2021

Expires
04/26/2021

Program Manager- Group Home

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Meridian Services Do you want to make a positive difference in someone’s life? Join our team as a Program Manager at our Adult Crisis Program in Crystal, MN! Program Manager- Edgewood Crisis SLS Home- Crystal, MN Wage: $46,800 salary and a full benefits package to include paid volunteer time. Schedule: Monday – Friday typically day hours with availability for evenings and weekends based on needs of the program and staffing. Managers are on-call for their program during the week and rotate being on-call during the weekends and holidays with a team of managers. JOB SUMMARY: The Program Manager has full responsibilities at their assigned program along with supporting other program for on-call coverage. Responsibilities will include direct care at the site, supervision and training of direct care staff, oversight of the people we serve, programming and licensing regulations, and all administrative functions and reporting for the program. At the Edgewood home, located in Crystal, is an adult crisis home. The home is developed for typically 45 day stay for individuals. Staff work on developing and implementing methods for stabilizing difficult behaviors. Staff at the home should have some experience working with autism, mental health, behavioral management plans, comfortable with personal cares and following routines. Staff within the home must be comfortable and experienced with use of emergency manual restraints.

How to apply
meridiansvs.com/openings- Program Management

Salary
$46,800

Posted
04/12/2021

Expires
05/12/2021

Program Manager- Social Services- Group Home

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Program Manager- Residential SLS Homes Meridian Services Schedule: Monday – Friday typically day hours with availability for evenings and weekends based on needs of the program and staffing. Managers are on-call for their program during the week and rotate being on-call during the weekends and holidays with a team of managers. MERIDIAN SERVICES provides person centered services to people with Mental Illness, intellectual and physical disabilities in a variety of settings, including Residential Services, In Home Services/semi-independent living assistance, and vocational services. Our mission is to provide services of the finest quality, so that those we serve will be able to realize their dreams. JOB SUMMARY: The Program Manager has full responsibilities at their assigned program along with supporting other program for on-call coverage. Responsibilities will include direct care at the site, supervision and training of direct care staff, oversight of the people we serve, programming and licensing regulations, and all administrative functions and reporting for the program. PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • Experience working direct care with individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or mental health diagnosis. • Experience supervising staff in a social service field • Certificate or Bachelor Degree in human service related background. Requirements: • Must be at least 18, 21 at some specific sites • Have a vehicle with current car insurance • Have an acceptable driving record as determined by Meridian Services policy. • Successful clearance from a DHS Background Study

How to apply
Please apply at meridiansvs.com/openings and go to Management to see specific openings

Salary
$36,150-$46,800/year

Posted
04/12/2021

Expires
05/12/2021

Residential Program Manager

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Thomas Allen is Hiring a Residential Program Manager! LOCATION: Shakopee, MN HOURS AVAILABLE: 35 hours/ week, Monday - Friday. Must be flexible with start and end times based on the schedules of the individuals served and willing to be on-call 24/7 For a full job description, please click on the link below. JOB SUMMARY: As a Residential Program Manager, you will have the primary responsibility of ensuring the smooth operation of all day-to-day activities in your assigned division. DUTIES INCLUDE: Managing staff in the home, including hiring, scheduling, training, assigning duties, evaluating, reviewing time cards, and conducting staff meetings Communicating and coordinating services and meeting with support teams Coordinating inclusive activities in the home and the community with the individuals served Reviewing and submitting incident and VA reports Complete annual documentation, maintaining files, and monitoring medical services Providing financial oversight of the Household and finances of the individuals served Covering direct care shifts as needed Perform other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS: Must meet the qualifications of a Designated Coordinator: A baccalaureate (BA) degree in a field related to human services and 1 year of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 or older OR an associate (AA) degree in a field related to human services and 2 years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 or older OR a diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution and 3 years of full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or person age 65 or older.

How to apply
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1740078-124143

Salary
20.50 - Salary

Posted
04/12/2021

Expires
06/04/2021

Chief Administration Officer

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Chief Administration Officer is responsible for providing executive leadership and oversight to central operations services that go across divisions and locations. Working in a heavily regulated environment, the Chief Administration Officer is responsible for identifying opportunities which enhance client services, meet regulatory requirements and align with legislative direction. This includes providing managerial oversight and strategic direction to the administrative areas critical to the effective operations of these sites. Areas of oversight include the management of facilities, leases, fleet and assets; safety (personal protective equipment, cleaning supplies); and physical plant (building automation, asset preservation, bonding and special projects) across all core divisions of DCT. The Chief Administrative Officer is able to carry out these responsibilities through creative partnerships and establishing collaborative relationships with other providers. The Chief Administration Officers provides quality deliverables that balance the State of Minnesota interests with those of the facilities and the people we serve.

How to apply
How to Apply Click “Apply” at the bottom of this page. If you are unable to apply online, please contact the job information line at 651.259.3637. For additional information about the application process, go to http://www.mn.gov/careers. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Salary
$43.39-$62.12/hourly; $90,598 - $129,706/annually

Posted
04/09/2021

Expires
04/27/2021

Infection Preventionist

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
**The location of this position will be in mid to northern Minnesota and the exact work location may be negotiated (for example, Brainerd or Willmar) when a candidate has been selected.** Using their knowledge, the Infection Preventionist influences and educates in an ever-changing healthcare environment. The Infection Preventionist brings expertise and leadership to develop risk reduction measures to prevent the transmission of infections between patients, visitors, and staff of the programs served. Principles of infection control using the epidemiologic approach consisting of surveillance, data collection, and trend identification are used to prevent and control healthcare related infections. In this highly specialized role, the Infection Preventionist ensures timely and appropriate management of infection control issues and has the authority to institute measures in response to emergent infection control issues. These services are governed by varying rules, regulations, accreditation organizations and by state and federal laws that define minimum standards to provide safe treatment within safe buildings.

How to apply
Click “Apply” at the bottom of this page. If you are unable to apply online, please contact the job information line at 651.259.3637. For additional information about the application process, go to http://www.mn.gov/careers. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Salary
$33.93-$48.28/hourly; $70,845 - $100,808/annually

Posted
04/09/2021

Expires
04/20/2021

Social Worker - Child Protection

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Otter Tail County is accepting applications for a full-time Child Protection Social Worker. The purpose of the position is to provide intake, assessment, and ongoing direct services and case management supervision for children and families that have been identified as needing protection from maltreatment and coordinate and provide services to those children and families residing in Otter Tail County when needs have been identified. Workers need to establish collaborative relationships, participate and assist with the implementation of unit and agency goals, policies and procedures to provide optimal services to clients based on resources available to the agency. Human Services employees perform work in the Fergus Falls and New York Mills locations. The current opening is in Fergus Falls. View the full list of duties at the link: https://ottertailcountymn.us/department/employment/

How to apply
Learn more and apply here: https://ottertailcountymn.us/department/employment/

Salary
Starting at $25.90/hour

Posted
04/09/2021

Expires
04/20/2021

Social Worker - MnChoices Assessor

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Otter Tail County is seeking a full-time Social Worker-MnChoices Assessor. The purpose of this position is to provide a Person-Centered assessment for the general population for determination of eligibility for waivers and home and community-based services, including Developmental Disabilities or Related Condition (DD/RC) Waiver, Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) Waiver, Community Alternative Care (CAC) Waiver, Brain Injury (BI) Waiver, Elderly Waiver, Alternative Care (AC) Program, Essential Community Supports (ECS), Personal Care Assistance (PCA). Workers establish collaborative relationships, participate and assist with the implementation of unit and agency goals, policies and procedures to provide optimal services to people based on resources available to the agency. Find examples of job duties at the link: https://ottertailcountymn.us/department/employment/

How to apply
Learn more and apply at https://ottertailcountymn.us/department/employment/

Salary
Starting at $25.90/hour

Posted
04/09/2021

Expires
04/21/2021