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Residential Center Positions

Community Relations Coordinator

The Community Relations Coordinator provides clerical and administrative support to the mission advancement & community relations office with fundraising programs and community awareness activities, coordinates activities regarding the solicitation and receipt of donor contributions through direct mail and/or other fundraising activities, maintains records and mailing lists, generates fundraising progress reports and assists with organizational publications and special events, to include coordination of volunteers. This role requires a collaborative working relationship with all necessary departments in the performance of its operations.

Full Time – First Shift

  • Provides clerical and administrative support for the planning and coordination of fundraising activities such as, direct mailings, campaigns, and special events.
  • Provides clerical support to the development office, including typing and data entry of contributions records and tracks donations.
  • Enters, and/or follows-up on deposits, gift requests, matching gift contributors, and credit card charges into the database system.
  • Maintains database files and records including those used to track contributions; maintains accurate mailing lists.
  • Assists with fundraising reports & results.
  • Generates labels and assists with the mailing of fundraising materials and/or publications to donors.
  • Assists with grant research and grant writing.
  • Assists &/or coordinates tours and visits with community members, groups and businesses.
  • Provides timely donor acknowledgements to include gift thank you, &/or other donor communication.
  • Assists with website maintenance and updates.
  • Coordinates and plans social media schedule and communications.
  • Assists with coordination, planning, communication and follow up of special events as needed.
  • Attends community events as assigned.
  • May participate in the recruitment of volunteers for special events as appropriate to the area of operation.
  • Assures the confidentiality of all data, including resident/client, donor, employee and operations data.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

EDUCATION, Experience and TRAINING

  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from four-year college or university in the area of communications, public relations or related field desired or two years of similar educational background (AA) or experience.
  • Free of a conviction or prior employment history of child or resident abuse or dependent adult abuse.
  • Must have an active driver license with a minimum of 3 years experience in driving. For use of personal vehicle, must maintain appropriate level of insurance.
  • Ability to sit for lengthy periods of time in an office environment up to 70% of the time; ability to complete data entry in various software programs to include agency selected databases.
  • Ability to lift 35 pounds is required; along with travel throughout the community as needed.
  • Subject to various temperatures and weather conditions occasionally when having to assist with special events and fundraisers; need to be able to assist in the set up and take down of materials used at special events.

QIDP Assistant

This position is assisting the QIDP in implementing resident support plans and the implementation of the necessary training to develop employees to the optimum level of performance for the ICF Program Department & other agency staff as assigned, along with rotating shift oversight for the Program department of Hills & Dales.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

  1. Provides support and technical assistance to QIDPIII in day-to-day implementation of resident support plans.
  2. Provides orientation, training and consultation to staff that meets regulatory requirements, and assures effective delivery of quality services.
  3. Monitors and ensures that performance indicators of assigned area are in compliance with Hills & Dales policies, federal, state, managed care organization (MCO), and local regulations and meet the quality standards of the Organization.
  4. Implements under the direction of a QIDPIII, the training curriculum, programs and courses for employees, to include approved on-line learning programs, i.e. College of Direct Support.
  5. Consult with QIDPIII to assess training needs and develop programs to match these needs.
  6. Continually evaluate procedures to monitor and analyze training effectiveness and recommend updates to curriculum as needed.
  7. Assists the QIDP III and department leaders in identifying staffs’ initial and ongoing training needs.
  8. Assists QIDPIII in organizing training materials, testing and evaluation procedures, multi-media visual aids, and other educational materials.
  9. Will assist in the evaluation of the trainee for effectiveness of training and individual employee growth &work with QIDPIII, to develop specific training to meet the needs identified through auditing.
  10. Works directly with the new employee to provide training on core competency with the residents in their homes.
  11. Works with the new employee to develop & coordinate their training schedule.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of high school diploma.
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in a human services setting.
  • Training experience preferred.
  • A minimum of one year of demonstrated leadership.
  • Certification as a MANDT instructor, when assigned.
  • Valid Class C driver’s license (CDL).

This position is Full-time with 80 hours per pay period.  Must have ability to work 1st & 2nd shift when needed and including every other weekend.


Dining Services Assistant

The Dining Services Assistant is responsible for the preparation, cooking, set up and serving of food, as well as for special functions and meetings.

Part Time – 2nd Shift

specific duties and responsibilities

  • Preparation of food.
  • Sets up and serves food.
  • Ensures proper inventory and storage supplies.
  • Ensures clean up of dining areas and kitchen.
  • Prepares, serves, and provides clean up for special events and meetings.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

knowledge, skills and abilities

  • Knowledge of acceptable levels of sanitary standards and cleanliness.
  • Ability to read and follow oral and written instructions completely, thoroughly and in a timely manner, such as recipes, worksheets, menus and diet orders.
  • Maintains confidentiality.
  • Ability to follow department and agency policies, procedures, quality, safety, environmental, and infection control standards.

In all cases of physical requirements, appropriate reasonable accommodations will be considered, whenever possible, to allow position incumbent to accomplish identified essential functions in an alternative manner.

  • Ability to lift 35 pounds is required.  Standing, bending, lifting, stooping, grasping, pulling, pushing, reaching and moving throughout areas as required.
  • The environment can be humid and may be exposed to fumes, odors and noises.  Subject to cuts and burns.
  • The ability to travel to other work sites for purposes of serving meals.

EDUCATION, Experience and TRAINING

  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Free of conviction of prior employment history of child or resident abuse, dependent adult abuse.
  • One or more years of cooking or dining services experience preferred.

Valid driver’s license and eligible to be a qualified driver for Hills & Dales per company policy.


Personal Assistant

Starting wage is $14.00-$14.50 based on experience.

College related education for AA (additional 30 cents per hour) or BS/BA (additional 60 cents per hour).  CNA or CMA certification (additional 15 cents per hour). Shift and weekend differentials also available. The second shift differential, between the hours of 2pm and 10pm, is an additional $2 per hour. 

Must be 18 years of age with a current, valid driver’s license.

Offer of employment contingent upon successful completion of criminal background checks and drug screening. EOE

Personal Assistants are responsible for helping to build meaningful lives for the children and adults Hills & Dales serves and for enhancing the quality of their lives. Personal Assistants assist individuals with disabilities in their day-to-day living activities, providing direct support. No experience is needed and on-the-job training is provided!

Full-time Positions

Second shift: Generally between 1:00pm – 9:00pm, every other third weekend
*Positions consist of an every other weekend rotation

Part-time Positions

Position available across first, second, and third shift. Positions offer various times and flexibility to meet both the needs of the employee and residents. Positions consist of an every other weekend rotation and 16 – 64 hours per pay period.


Personal Assistant III

Personal Assistant III specializes in behavioral supports for the children and adults Hills & Dales serves and for enhancing the quality of their lives.

Starting wage is $14.50 to $16.00 based on experience.

College related education for AA (additional 30 cents per hour) or BS/BA (additional 60 cents per hour).  CNA or CMA certification (additional 15 cents per hour). Shift and weekend differentials also available. The second shift differential, between the hours of 2pm and 10pm, is an additional $2 per hour. 

Must be 18 years of age with a current, valid driver’s license.  

Personal Assistant III’s positions specializes in behavioral supports to individuals with intellectual disabilities.

Offer of employment contingent upon successful completion of criminal background checks and drug screening. EOE

Full-time positions:

Second shift: Generally between 1:00pm – 9:00pm, every other third weekend

Part-time position:
Second shift: Generally between 1:00pm – 9:00pm

*Positions consist of an every other weekend rotation. Available between 14-50 hours per pay period. 


All positions at Hills & Dales require the ability to pass an extensive background check including checks of the Dependent Adult and Child abuse registries, Sex Offender registry and a criminal history check. Offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of criminal background checks & drug screening. EOE.

Full-time positions receive benefits including health, dental, life and disability insurance, paid vacation and sick time, paid holidays, and 401(k). Part-time positions receive paid vacation, sick time and paid holidays.

Hills & Dales is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. Fill out an online application or send resume and cover letter to humanresources@hillsdales.org.