Are you looking for a Job? We’re Hiring!

Don’t miss our hiring event! **Tuesday, April 30, 2019, from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm**

For: STRiVE

Where: Mesa County Workforce Center at 512 29 1/2 Road, Grand Junction 970-248-7560 mcwfc.us

Open Positions:

Registered Nurse (Job #7818720)

  • Full-time and Part-time Positions Available
  • Must be an RN or LPN
  • The position will include assisting with training staff in a group home setting.
  • Job Requirements:
    Must be a Registered Nurse or an LPN
    Must have valid Driver’s License (driving is required)
    Must pass background and drug screen
  • Preferred Skills/Qualifications:
    Ability to train staff
  • Duties:
    Assistance with training staff in a group home setting
  • Shift: Multiple shifts. Full and Part-time positions available.
  • Wage: Negotiable, DOE

Direct Service Professional DSP (Job #7818746)

  • Full-time and Part-time Positions Available
  • The position provides residential supports to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Position Overview:
    The Direct Support Professional provides residential supports to individuals with developmental disabilities. Supports are provided in the home (group home) and in the community. The DSP strives to assure the health and safety of persons served while also encouraging them to take reasonable risks to foster growth and independence. The DSP participates in person-centered planning and assists individuals in achieving their goals as noted in the Service Plan (SP) The DSP facilitates a full range of services and supports, with the nature and complexity of duties depending on the behavioral, medical and personal care needs of the individuals served. The
    DSP takes the lead role in coordinating residential services and serves as the primary link between the residential setting, other staff, and community service.
  • JOB FUNCTIONS:
    Job functions are considered essential (all individuals in this position must be able to complete these duties with or without reasonable
    accommodation) unless otherwise denoted in italic type. Duties noted in italic type may be reassigned by a supervisor.

Early Intervention Case Manager (Job #7818788)

  • Full-time Position Available
  • This position works to assure the provision of quality services to assigned children and their families are consistent with program policies and prevailing statutes and regulations.
  • POSITION OVERVIEW:
    The Early Intervention (EI) Program serves children 0-3 years old who are developmentally delayed or disabled and provides developmental programs and support services to children and their families. The Case Manager works to assure the provision of quality services to assigned children and their families are consistent with program policies and prevailing statutes and regulations.
  • JOB FUNCTIONS:
    Job functions are considered essential (all individuals in this position must be able to complete these duties with or without reasonable
    accommodation) unless otherwise denoted in italic type. Duties noted in italic type may be reassigned by a supervisor.

Visit: connectingcolorado.com for more detailed job descriptions.

*All positions require passing a drug screen and background check

Apply online prior to attending the Hiring Event at: strivecolorado.org click on Careers.

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  1. Gather Pertinent Information
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  5. Seize Your Interview Opportunity

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As you’re finishing up your conversations, ask recruiters at the hiring event for their business cards. After the event, send them a follow-up email. It’s a simple, polite way to thank them for their time—and it may help you stand out in their memory from the many candidates they’ve met. For email examples to use in your follow-up note, review the following:

 

 

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About STRiVE:

STRiVE, formerly known as Mesa Developmental Services, has been serving Mesa County residents for over 50 years. Offering a variety of services to help families and support individuals with developmental disabilities, STRiVE is a partnership of people supporting people.

Throughout the history of our organization, we have been striving to fill in the gaps that exist in support services by providing qualified occupational therapy, respite, vocational, residential and other child and family support opportunities. As the needs have increased so has the diversity of our programs.

The new identity “STRiVE,” represents our staff and the people we support every day.

As we STRiVE to provide the best possible person-centered services, our clients STRiVE every day to be independent and take greater control of their lives.

Our organization is made up of over 350 employees. Our staff is qualified and trained to provide quality, results-driven services with over 12 Day and Supported Employment Programs and more than 17 Residential Sites. We are an organization that continually sees the needs in the community and strives to make a difference in those areas.