Thank you for your interest in joining the Living Innovations Team!

To apply for one of our open positions follow these steps:

  1. Find the position you’d like to apply for in the list below. Read the description to confirm it’s the right fit for you.
  2. Select the state the position is available in.
  3. Select the office that is hiring the specific position. Note: The selected office is the home base for the position. Your supervisors will work out of this office and your staff meetings will be held there however you may support individuals in surrounding towns.
  4. Fill out the application. Once, submitted you’ll hear from a member of the Living Innovations recruitment team within 24-48 hours

Note: Training is required for all positions. You must attend/complete all training upon being hired.

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION: Living Innovations does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. Our Personnel Services Manager has been designated to coordinate our efforts to comply with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regulations implementing these Federal Laws. You may contact our Personnel Services Manager at (603)-422-7308 for further information about these regulations.

Positions currently available:

Job Title Description
Behavior Health Professional (BHP) i

Behavioral Health Professional Job Description:  

As a Behavioral Health Professional, you’ll provide support as a caregiver for children with behavioral challenges and developmental disabilities. Experience is welcomed but not required. Full training is provided. The primary requirements are a compassionate attitude and a desire to help others. This position provides excellent job satisfaction – Feel good at the end of the day!

As a BHP you’ll be responsible to:
– Teach daily living skills to increase independence
– Help develop social skills
– Assist the child with the communications of their needs, self-expression, and goals
– Offer support in the child’s home and community
– Personal care, if needed
– Provide the child with behavior management and assist them with the development of coping skills
– Assist the child with locating and utilizing community resources and activities such as clubs, classes, and social events
– Recognize the worth of each child and treat them with respect, dignity, and equality

Qualifications:
– High School diploma or GED
– Ability to pass a background check according to the Living Innovations policy and state regulations
– Must have a valid driver’s license, regular access to a reliable vehicle, and auto insurance
– Certifications in BHP curriculum is helpful but not required

Coordinator i

Coordinator Job Description:

This description is for Community Living Coordinators, Children’s Service Coordinators, and Community Connection Coordinators.

As a Coordinator you’ll be responsible for the management and oversight of assigned Living Innovations programs. This includes leadership, supervision, development and professional growth opportunities for Company staff. This is achieved through supporting the Living Innovations’ mission and values.

As a Coordinator you’ll be responsible to:

Direct Care (Program Services)
– Responsible for Individuals service plans – assessment, development and implementation
– Oversight of direct care services to ensure quality and satisfaction
– Oversight of contracted providers to ensure quality and satisfaction
– Ensures compliance requirements are met Crisis and emergency management, on call coverage 24/7
– Ensures individuals’ health, safety, hygiene, and nutritional needs are met
Leadership
– Adheres to all policies, practices and Living Innovations mission and values
– Conducts coaching sessions and performance evaluations for staff assigned
– Supports staff to be effective in their role
– Provides scheduling for program coverage
– Facilitates meetings for supported individuals
– Conducts, attends, and participates in regular staff and office team meetings
– Schedules training and development of new staff (i.e. job shadow, coach, OJT)
– Monitors training certifications and training needs of assigned staff
– Maintains current certifications/trainings
– Ensures that LI communications are accurately and effectively conveyed
– Participates in professional growth opportunities
– Maintains confidentiality of all stakeholder information (individuals, home providers, coworkers, and Living Innovations)
Administrative and Reporting
– Processes billing, payroll and travel
– Conducts maintenance of supported individuals files
– Conducts regular home visits
– Performs CRM/APS/EIS data entry as required
– Processes reportable event – incident reports
– Provides support to PSM on workers’ compensation and unemployment matters

Qualifications:
– High school diploma or equivalent
– Bachelor’s degree in social services (preferred)
– Bachelor’s degree is required for Children’s Services Coordinator
– One or more years of related experience
– Valid state issued driver’s license, current vehicle insurance declaration and vehicle registration
– Must pass comprehensive background checks per state and company regulations/policies
– Certifications will vary per state regulation and program needs
– Ability to make well‐reasoned decisions, both independently and as part of a team
– Ability to use discretion in handling confidential information
– Ability to use effective communication skills, including speaking, reading, writing, listening, presentation, etc. with coworkers, family members, guardians, and individuals at all levels of the organization
– Ability manage, prioritize, and carry out multiple tasks
– Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization
– Must possess effective coping skills, such as flexibility in dealing with issues typical to a social service setting
– Ability to resolve or facilitate the resolution of complex problems
– Knowledge of regulatory and legislative standards related to services provided by the organization

 

 

Direct Support Professional (DSP) i

Direct Support Professional Job Description:

As a Direct Support Professional, you’ll provide support to individuals with disabilities at their home and in the community. Experience is welcomed but not required. Full training is provided. The primary requirements are a compassionate attitude and a desire to help others. This position provides excellent job satisfaction – Feel good at the end of the day!

As a DSP you’ll be responsible to:
– Act as a caregiver for the individuals you support in their home, at work, school, church, and in other community locations
– Teach daily living skills
– Provide companionship
– Help develop social skills
– Assist individuals with the communications of their needs, self-expression, and goals
– Job coaching
– Assist individuals with locating and utilizing community resources and activities
– Personal care, if needed
– Provide transportation to and from activities
– Recognize and reinforce the worth of each person and treat everyone with respect, dignity, and equality

Qualifications:
– High School diploma or GED
– Ability to pass a background check according to the Living Innovations policy and state regulations
– Must have a valid driver’s license, regular access to a reliable vehicle, and auto insurance

Team Leader i

Team Leader Job Description:

As a Team Leader you are responsible for providing direct care and support to the individuals that Living Innovations works with as well [overseeing a team of DSPs] You are also tasked with providing excellent customer service to internal and external customers, employees, and the individuals the organization supports.

As a  Team Leader you’ll be responsible to:
Leadership
– Provide consistent, reliable leadership and establish relationships and coaching to assigned staff members
– Maintain program schedules to ensure needed coverage is provided
– Facilitate and participate in planning of meetings
– Create, implement, and maintain service plans for individuals
– Ensure that policies and procedures are communicated, applied, and enforced
– Participate in training and development of new staff including job shadowing and coaching
Direct Care
– Ensure each individual’s service plan is implemented
– Act as a role model to the individuals Living Innovations supports by modeling appropriate behavior
– Advocate for individuals internally and externally and assist them in setting and achieving personal goals
– Provide crisis and emergency management
– Administer prescribed medications as needed
– Plan activities and provide access to community resources
– Ensure the health, safety, nutritional, and hygiene needs of the individual are met
Administrative and Reporting
– Assist with the development of each plan for the individual’s supported by the staff you oversee.
– Submit required documentation in an accurate and timely manner

Qualifications:
– High School diploma or GED
– Ability to pass a background check according to the Living Innovations policy and state regulations
– Must have a valid driver’s license, regular access to a reliable vehicle, and auto insurance
– Demonstrated ability to make well‐reasoned decisions, both independently and as part of a team
– Ability to follow‐through to meet the needs of the organization, the individuals and families/guardians Living Innovations supports, and the staff members on your team
– Discretion in handling confidential information in compliance with HIPAA regulations
– Excellent written and oral communication skills in English
– Effective time management skills including prioritization
– A collaborative and effective approach with individuals at all levels of the organization
– Demonstrated flexibility in dealing with issues typical to a social service setting
– Must be a self-starter who works to full performance expectations with direct supervision and guidance