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Current Open PositionsHuman Resources Manager
Are you looking for exciting opportunities and new challenges? A fun place to work? Do you want to work with great people and make a difference in the lives of many individuals?
Then we invite you to join our team at ASPIRO. Our mission is to create opportunities for people with disabilities to reach goals, connect community, and achieve independence. We focus on the abilities of every individual rather than on disabilities.
ASPIRO is looking for an experienced professional who can make an impact at the organization by planning and implementing all phases of human resource activity. This is a full-time exempt position with scheduled hours from 7:30 to 4:00, Monday through Friday.
Salary is determined by education and experience. ASPIRO offers an excellent benefit package, including vacation, sick, and holiday pay, a 403(b) plan, and health, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Directs recruiting activities. Screens and interviews candidates as appropriate.
- Administers new employee orientation.
- Makes recommendations regarding the organization's salary and wage policies.
- Administers employee benefits and researches and recommends changes in benefits.
- Serves as COBRA administrator.
- Assists with annual audits, including financial, worker's compensation, and retirement.
- Reviews and makes recommendations regarding the employee handbook.
- Provides guidance and interpretation of policies to supervisors and employees.
- Coordinates professional development programs.
- Coordinates the performance appraisal system and trains supervisors regarding employee performance and appraisals.
- Prepares and maintains legally required reports and records.
- Processes FMLA requests, communications, and related paperwork.
- Represents the organization in worker's compensation and unemployment insurance matters.
- Provides reports related to the above functions to the appropriate staff and programs of the organization.
Bachelor's degree in business, human resources, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. PHR/SPHR certification is preferred.
Supervises the activities of two payroll/administrative professionals.
Service Coordinator - responsible for facilitating Person-Centered Planning for people receiving services. Acts as the primary liaison for people receiving services and their parents, guardians, referral and funding sources and significant others. 40 hours per week, Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Work Services Supervisor - manages the contract work assigned so that the business needs of production and our customers are met. Manages the environment of the various workstations consistent with the case plans of the individual clients within his or her area of supervision. 40 hours per week, Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Program Instructor - provides instruction, support and supervision to assigned clients. Essential Functions: Plans daily and monthly activities for assigned clients using their Person Centered Plans. Makes necessary preparations to carry out all activities, including work, classes and community outings. Assists clients during arrival and departure with deboarding and boarding busses, vans and other vehicles. Reports client absences to appropriate Service Coordinator. Provides instruction, assistance and supervision for assigned clients in areas such as: activities of daily living, work, leisure-time, recreation, sports, socialization and all other areas identified in their Person Centered Plan. Assists clients with daily personal care as needed including toileting, showering, nail care, tooth brushing, feeding assistance, and incontinent care. Safely transports clients to community activities by driving ASPIRO vehicles, which includes operation of wheelchair lifts. Assists in maintaining a neat, clean and safe environment by cleaning bathrooms, sweeping and wiping floors, wiping tables and counters, shampooing furniture and performing general housekeeping as needed. Creates an environment that supports learning and positive social interactions and relationships. Provides individualized attention, which encourages each client's ability to maintain or attain the highest practical physical, mental and psychosocial well-being. Practices crisis prevention and intervention.Experience with people with disabilities, specifically the geriatric population, or another human service group required. 40 hours per week, Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
One-On-One Support Staff - plans daily and monthly activities for assigned client(s) using their Person Centered Plan. Makes necessary preparations to carry out all activities, including work, classes and community outings. Provides instruction, assistance and supervision for assigned client(s) in areas such as: activities of daily living, work, leisure-time, recreation, sports, socialization and all other areas identified in their Person Centered Plan. Assists client(s) with daily personal care as needed including toileting, showering, nail care, tooth brushing, feeding assistance, and incontinent care. If this involves assigned client(s), safely transports client(s) to community activities by driving company vehicles, which may include operation of wheelchair lifts. Assists in maintaining a neat, clean and safe environment by cleaning bathrooms, sweeping and wiping floors, wiping tables and counters, shampooing furniture and performing general housekeeping as needed. Creates an environment that supports learning and positive social interactions and relationships. Provides individualized attention, which encourages assigned client(s) to maintain or attain the highest practical physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being. Practices acceptable crisis prevention and intervention strategies. Follows safe lifting practices in lifting client(s) to and from wheelchairs or from reclining positions to sitting and/or standing. Operates automated lift equipment as needed. 30 hours per week, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Respite Care Worker - provide respite for families needing a break from caring for their family member with special needs. Provide specified care per families for assigned clients. Set your own hours- schedules vary depending on families' needs Choose clients from a variety of age groups. Support individuals with varying types and levels of disabilities. Currently looking for in-home care for children and adults. Hours needed - late afternoon hours, evening hours, weekends, before/after school, early dismissals and days off of school.
Home Support Worker - works cooperatively with the person receiving services through the Residential Options Program (ROP), providing needed support for people living in their own residence. Essential function of the job include: supporting assigned individual(s) in all areas of Activities of Daily Living including, but not limited to: self-care, housekeeping, money management, shopping, menu planning, meal preparation, laundry, medical/dental and other appointments, transportation, religious opportunities and leisure-time/recreation. Hours and schedules vary, 10-19 hours per week, generally late afternoons and early evenings with occasional weekend hours.