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Are you someone who enjoys making a difference in another person’s life?

Community Link is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality services to people with intellectual/cognitive challenges.

We are looking to hire fun and compassionate people to support the people we serve in your own home. (Please note this is NOT shift work but modeled after the adult foster care program. Don’t worry if you don’t have prior experience or formal training – We will provide training and continued support for the right candidate.

Provided Supports and Supervision:

*General household skills: light housekeeping with a focus on encouragement to maintain current skills

*Preparing healthy nutritious meals: guidance around healthy choices and participation with meal preparation

*Medication Management: Assistance administering medications and supports to schedule/attend medical appointments

*Money Management: Help maintain simple budget and encouragement to plan for future purchases

*Community Access: Provide support to attend/participate in community events and maintain friendships

Preferences/Qualifications:

Ability to work with a team particularly around medical and behavioral supports

Many benefits, including:

Rewarding career

Make a real difference

Opportunities to grow and learn as a person

Work from home

We offer a generous, tax free monthly stipend

Please fill out an application, and indicate Host Home Provider under the job title.

Community Connectors in the Employment Access and Retirement Services Programs start their day at 7:45 a.m. at the Community Link office. They then proceed to pick up the individuals they will be working with by using a company van. From 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Community Connectors work with a group of four to five individuals in the community. Activities may include volunteer work, paid work, vocational skill development or retirement activities. Some of the non-profits in the county where volunteer work is performed include Meals on Wheels, Boulder Public Library, Elder Share, Longmont Humane Society, and many more. Community Connectors provide instruction, supervision, safety monitoring and assistance to individuals in their group. When working with the retirement program, the Connector will also assist seniors participate in retirement activities such as bowling, coffee groups and trips to local senior centers. At 2:00 p.m., Community Connectors transport their group members home and return to the office to complete light paperwork. The work day ends at 3:30 p.m. All activities and transportation occur in Boulder County.

The Community Connector position is an entry level position that does not require specific experience. A BA in Social Science is preferred and a valid Colorado driver’s license is required. Physical demands for the job include lifting (60 lbs. or more, associated with consumer transfer); pushing, pulling, stooping, bending, twisting, reaching, turning (preceding demands primarily associated with tying down wheelchairs); driving; sitting; ambulating, and computer use. The position pays $12.00 per hour. Monday through Friday during the hours of 7:45 AM to 3:30 PM. Community Link offers benefits to full time regular status employees including: Health Insurance, Retirement Plan with Employer Paid Contributions, Paid Time Off, and Paid Holidays.

Required Documentation:

Driver’s license with less than 3 moving violations or 1 serious moving violation (as defined in the MVR Procedure), and consent for Colorado Bureau of Investigation and MVR check. After you have read the MVR Procedure, please email a cover letter and resume to Trent Merrifield and Jennifer Biggs