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10/30/2019
Accounting
Direct Support/Community Integration Coach RR
Description:  
Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

 

Role Summary:

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Works with each service recipient in a professional and caring manner, and sets an example through personal actions.
  1. Completes all required paperwork in a timely and accurate manner, including tracking work, behavior data sheets, incident/accident reports, daily and monthly progress notes, communication books and attendance records.
  1. Completes monthly paperwork by the 3rd working day of each month.
  1. Remains current on all service recipient program planning documents and assessments at all times.
  1. Implements individual plans and contributes modifications to plans as necessary.
  1. Assist with medication and informs Supervisor of issues or changes in medication or Treatment Plan.
  1. Meets daily with all program participants and maintains accurate documentation on all meetings.
  1. Promotes a creative learning environment.
  1. Able to take initiative and work one-on-one with Clients if need be.
  1. Able to handle stressful situations and “behavioral problems”.
  1. Participates in trainings, seminars and conferences as assigned.
  1. Contributes to departmental and program goals and objectives, and development.
  1. Presents ideas and assists in the implementation of program goals on a daily basis.
  1. Transports service recipients in agency vehicle as directed
  1. Maintains area in clean, neat fashion at all times.
  1. Observes safety and models appropriate safety practices in the workplace
  1. Arrives on time and maintains a good attendance record.
  1. Remains flexible to new job assignments and responsibilities.
  1. Presents program in a positive, professional manner to the public.
  1. Uses all supplies and equipment in program in an appropriate and professional manner.
  1. Establishes and maintains effective and professional relationships with co-workers, service recipients, supervisor and department head.
  1. Complies with DD waiver, State and General Fund Standards.
  1. Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department -applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  1. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Day Hab Supervisor.
Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:
  1. HS Diploma or GED
  2. One year of experience working with people with disabilities; prior experience in Vocational Services or Day Habilitation desirable.
  3. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Community Services, per licensing requirements.
  4. Must complete required training within 360 days of employment.

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Community Integration Coach should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  2. Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s own time and the time of others well.
  3. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  4. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  5. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  6. Commitment to company values.

 

 

Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must be insurable under state law.
  3. Routine operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
10/30/2019
Accounting
Direct Support/Community Integration Coach Menaul
Description:  
ALBUQUERQUE NM / MENAUL / FT 

Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

Role Summary:

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Works with each service recipient in a professional and caring manner, and sets an example through personal actions.
  1. Completes all required paperwork in a timely and accurate manner, including tracking work, behavior data sheets, incident/accident reports, daily and monthly progress notes, communication books and attendance records.
  1. Completes monthly paperwork by the 3rd working day of each month.
  1. Remains current on all service recipient program planning documents and assessments at all times.
  1. Implements individual plans and contributes modifications to plans as necessary.
  1. Assist with medication and informs Supervisor of issues or changes in medication or Treatment Plan.
  1. Meets daily with all program participants and maintains accurate documentation on all meetings.
  1. Promotes a creative learning environment.
  1. Able to take initiative and work one-on-one with Clients if need be.
  1. Able to handle stressful situations and “behavioral problems”.
  1. Participates in trainings, seminars and conferences as assigned.
  1. Contributes to departmental and program goals and objectives, and development.
  1. Presents ideas and assists in the implementation of program goals on a daily basis.
  1. Transports service recipients in agency vehicle as directed
  1. Maintains area in clean, neat fashion at all times.
  1. Observes safety and models appropriate safety practices in the workplace
  1. Arrives on time and maintains a good attendance record.
  1. Remains flexible to new job assignments and responsibilities.
  1. Presents program in a positive, professional manner to the public.
  1. Uses all supplies and equipment in program in an appropriate and professional manner.
  1. Establishes and maintains effective and professional relationships with co-workers, service recipients, supervisor and department head.
  1. Complies with DD waiver, State and General Fund Standards.
  1. Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department -applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  1. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Day Hab Supervisor.
Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:
  1. HS Diploma or GED
  2. One year of experience working with people with disabilities; prior experience in Vocational Services or Day Habilitation desirable.
  3. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Community Services, per licensing requirements.
  4. Must complete required training within 360 days of employment.

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Community Integration Coach should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  2. Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s own time and the time of others well.
  3. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  4. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  5. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  6. Commitment to company values.

 Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must be insurable under state law.
  3. Routine operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
10/30/2019
Accounting
Direct Support/Comm Integration Coach Literacy
Description:  

ALBUQUERQUE NM / LITERACY / FT 

Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

Role Summary:

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Works with each service recipient in a professional and caring manner, and sets an example through personal actions.
  1. Completes all required paperwork in a timely and accurate manner, including tracking work, behavior data sheets, incident/accident reports, daily and monthly progress notes, communication books and attendance records.
  1. Completes monthly paperwork by the 3rd working day of each month.
  1. Remains current on all service recipient program planning documents and assessments at all times.
  1. Implements individual plans and contributes modifications to plans as necessary.
  1. Assist with medication and informs Supervisor of issues or changes in medication or Treatment Plan.
  1. Meets daily with all program participants and maintains accurate documentation on all meetings.
  1. Promotes a creative learning environment.
  1. Able to take initiative and work one-on-one with Clients if need be.
  1. Able to handle stressful situations and “behavioral problems”.
  1. Participates in trainings, seminars and conferences as assigned.
  1. Contributes to departmental and program goals and objectives, and development.
  1. Presents ideas and assists in the implementation of program goals on a daily basis.
  1. Transports service recipients in agency vehicle as directed
  1. Maintains area in clean, neat fashion at all times.
  1. Observes safety and models appropriate safety practices in the workplace
  1. Arrives on time and maintains a good attendance record.
  1. Remains flexible to new job assignments and responsibilities.
  1. Presents program in a positive, professional manner to the public.
  1. Uses all supplies and equipment in program in an appropriate and professional manner.
  1. Establishes and maintains effective and professional relationships with co-workers, service recipients, supervisor and department head.
  1. Complies with DD waiver, State and General Fund Standards.
  1. Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department -applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  1. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  1. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Day Hab Supervisor.
Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:
  1. HS Diploma or GED
  2. One year of experience working with people with disabilities; prior experience in Vocational Services or Day Habilitation desirable.
  3. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Community Services, per licensing requirements.
  4. Must complete required training within 360 days of employment.

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Community Integration Coach should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  2. Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s own time and the time of others well.
  3. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  4. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  5. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  6. Commitment to company values.

 Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must be insurable under state law.
  3. Routine operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.
Location:  
Menaul
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
10/30/2019
Accounting
Community Discovery Mentor
Description:  
Role Summary:  The CDM provides transportation and support to identified participants, individually or in small groups as they explore the community as they relate to their goals.  Goals can include but are not limited to discovering potential employment opportunities, building and engaging in relationships in the community and/or learning and accessing services provided in the community.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Follow documented plan regarding days, times and places services is being provided.

2.       CDM is responsible for picking up participant as identified in plan. This may mean at the participant’s home or other identified no facility related space.

3.       CDM will complete the daily trip safety vehicle check list for their personal car or company car.

4.       All vehicle safety check lists will be turned into the Employment Team Supervisor weekly.

5.       Completes required paperwork accurately and timely according to departmental procedures.

tab-stops:58.5pt">6.       Communicates effectively with supervisor, LifeROOTS Service Coordinators, employer representatives, and other relevant parties.

7.       Participates in the development of the participant’s Individual Service Plan (ISP).

8.       Presents program in a positive manner to the public.

9.       Provide personal assistance, as needed, and able to according to limitations/doctor’s restrictions.

10.   Build natural support network between the individual and the public.

11.   Identify/solve problems before they become a crisis for the participant(s), individuals in the community and possibly other relevant relationships to the participant.

12.   CDMs will cross train with other CDMs, Job Coaches and possibly CICs to ensure that seamless coverage is being provided to the individual we serve. 

13.   Attend all program, divisional, organizational and identified participant meetings unless prior arrangements have been made with the department head.

14.   Submit for approval mileage sheets as instructed to supervisor the last Friday of every pay period.

15.   Complies with DD Waiver, Mi Via and State General Funds Standards.

16.   Maintains conduct that is professional and ethical at all times.

17.   Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

18.   Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.  Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.

19.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that department applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.

20.   Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all             department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

21.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all             department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.

22.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Employment Team Supervisor.

Requirements:  
Beneficial Skills and Experience:

1.   College education or diploma.

  1. CDM should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  2. Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s own time and the time of others well.  

4.    Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action. 

5.    Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.

6.    Actively looking for ways to help people. 

7.    Commitment to company values.

8.     One year of experience working with people with disabilities.

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       A valid/current driver’s license with good driving record.  Current auto insurance.

3.       Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.       Personal vehicle must meet safety inspection requirements on every trip.

5.       Must be at least 18 years of age. 

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
10/15/2019
Accounting
Facility Security Officer
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions; including, but not limited to):

1.      Review all security paperwork for accuracy, completion and submission via the JPAS.

2.      Conduct new employee briefings, exit interviews and debriefings.

3.      Prepare refresher training courses for staff.

4.      Maintain and monitor JPAS on a regular basis.

5.      Responsible for visitor control functions and arranging visit requests through JPAS.

6.      Establish a Corporate Security Plan for LifeROOTS, Inc.

7.      Prepare and participate with LifeROOTS for DSS security audits.

8.      Conduct inspections of LifeROOTS facility.

9.      Write security policies/procedures and prepare written reports of surveys and inspections.

10. Investigate and report security violations, incident reports.

11. Provide guidance and instruction to employees to ensure completion of security paperwork.

12. Prepare and review of DD254 for subcontractors for security files.

13. Establish and maintain a working relationship with DSS in filing necessary clearance paperwork for new employees and periodic reviews for current employees.

14. Prepare necessary paperwork in support of a DSS investigation or annual visit and meets with DSS representative upon request.

15. Maintain a working relationship with contract’s security office for processing and maintaining employee clearances.

16. Provide follow-up clearance status on processed clearances to managers for specific contracts.

17. Maintain all security documentation and files in accordance with DSS requirements and audits.

18. Prepare security briefings and refresher briefings.

19. Escort duties to Federal Sites.

20. Establish and maintain relationships with basic security personnel @ KAFB (& VGSA)

21. Subcontractor security duties with LifeROOTS subcontractors (such as Adelante, etc.)

22. Maintain and prepare LifeROOTS, Inc. personnel files according to NISPOM.

23. Recommend and conduct semi-annual security briefings/refresher courses.

24. Conduct/manage self-inspection of LifeROOTS, Inc. facility on a quarterly basis.

25. Attend NCMS meetings on behalf of LifeROOTS, Inc.

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Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       Bachelor’s degree preferred or 5+ years of specialized experience.

2.       Preferred in-depth knowledge of the National Industrial Security Program (NISP)

3.       Experience with DSS

4.       Experience in JPAS

5.       Experience in the preparation of DD254 forms

6.       Access Program knowledge of ISFD, EFCL, SWFT (Fingerprinting) & PILI (Smart Card)

7.       Completion of Formal DSS Academy FSO training course (certification required)

8.       Must hold current Top Secret clearance

9.       Must be aware of present day security issues.

10.   Strong organizational and administrative skills

11.   Experience with MS Word, Excel and Power Point.

12.   Able to interact effectively with staff, clients and the public in a professional and courteous manner.       

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

1.      Membership in NCMS

2.      Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

3.   Must be able to work independently and be able to effectively manage multiple tasks.

4.   Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s own time and the time of others well. 

5.      Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action. 

6.   Service Orientation:  Actively looking for ways to help people. 

7.   Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.

8.   Commitment to company values.

Conditions of Employment:

1.      Fingerprints and background check.

2.      Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.      Occasionally operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.      Must be at least 18 years of age.

Hours/Week:  
40
Web Address:  
 
10/15/2019
Accounting
Director of Safety, Facilities & Fleet
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

                                Safety

  1. Conducts and maintains records of quarterly safety inspections of All LifeROOTS facilities.
  2. Maintains data on safety incidents and issues quarterly reports to the Director of Quality Assurance, Director of Human Resources and the CEO/President.
  3. Conducts accident investigations and submits reports upon completion of investigations to HR, including investigating and studying the nature and cause of accidents and making recommendations for corrective action.
  4. Liaison between LifeROOTS and the Workman’s Comp carrier.
  5. Maintains accident log and oversees the light duty program.
  6. Provides technical support to Directors and Managers on all safety concerns.
  7. Develops safety plans for federal contracts and stays abreast of contract safety requirements.
  8. Coordinates with Quality Assurance Director and President and CEO in developing, maintaining and modifying safety-related policies and procedures.
  9. Maintains Safety Handbook and distributes to LifeROOTS employees.
  10. Ensures through monthly inspections that fire extinguishers at all LifeROOTS sites are charged.
  11. Maintains logs of monthly fire drills at LifeROOTS’ main building and quarterly at the Centers.
  12. Coordinates with all local and state fire officials.
  13. Responsible for designing and implementing OSHA program guidelines according to federal labor laws and OSHA Regulations.
  14. Coordinates and conduct work area assessment, surveys and program evaluations to determine the presence of hazardous conditions such as chemical exposure, confined space and ventilation.
  15. Analyze hazard conditions and assign a risk assessment.
  16. Responsible for recording the 300 OSHA report.
  17. Ensures facilities exhibit safe, attractive and hygienic environment for staff, and customers.
  18. Ensures through quarterly inspections or notifications that all identified and needed repairs are corrected within a reasonable time frame.
  19. Assesses and monitors facility repairs to ensure cost effectiveness; establishes criteria for repair versus replacement.
  20. Oversees IT contract and coordinates computer work orders.
  21. Ensures regularly scheduled maintenance requirements are met on equipment and vehicles.
  22. Directs the operation, maintenance and repair of heating and air conditioning electrical equipment and repairs to sinks and faucets as needed in LifeROOTS facilities.
  23. Through manual and/or electronic means, ensures LifeROOTS facilities are secure for the safety of staff, customers and visitors.
  24. Ensures that LifeROOTS fleet vehicles receive regularly scheduled maintenance/repairs as required.
  25. Receives and manages all information gathered weekly from Vehicle Maintenance/Safety Checklist.
  26. Ensures all fleet vehicles are insured, registered and in compliance with state requirements.
  27. Monitors facility emergencies, including equipment breakdowns, malfunctions and alarm calls.

 

                                Training                     

  1. Provides orientation to all new LifeROOTS, Inc. Staff and Service Contract Employees and Commercial Contract Employees on applicable safety requirements, including but not limited to, material handling, slip-trip-fall hazards, electrical hazards, use of tools and equipment, fire safety, fleet safety, violence in the workplace and lifting procedures and on an annual basis thereafter.
  2. Develops a written preventive maintenance plan and ensures that all LifeROOTS vehicle users are trained and in compliance with state regulations.
  3. Develops, maintains and modifies an Emergency/Disaster Plan for all LifeROOTS facilities. Trains management staff on how to implement the training.

 

Management

  1. Maintains key control and assigns keys, cell phones and net books as needed by Department and Division Directors. 
  2. Facilitates, initiates, schedules, and maintains records of Safety/Quality Committee meetings.
  3. Ensures that the exterior grounds and landscaping are maintained and free of any hazards to staff, customers and visitors.
  4. Advises the Quality Assurance Director, Director of Finance and President and CEO concerning the purchase or leasing of LifeROOTS vehicles.
  5. Is the Inventory officer for LifeROOTS. Tracks and documents all LifeROOTS, office and staff assets.  Communicates fixed assets to Fixed Asset Coordinator.
  6. Ensures the timely distribution of supplies to departments per orders.
  7. Complies with applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  8. Has the authority to override all Directors including the CEO on decisions that negatively impacts safety concerns.
  9. Is required to document all safety violations and require supervisors to document employee discipline regarding any violations.
  10. Supervises LifeROOTS facilities custodian.
  11. Maintains confidentiality and exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary charges, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members.
  12. Responsible for participation in the quality assurance program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  13. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department - applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled, including ensuring compliance with budgetary constraints and forecasting and planning facility improvements.
  14. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department- applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  15. Perform other related duties as assigned by the CEO/President
Requirements:  
Education, Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       BA/BS degree is preferred.

2.       A minimum of three years in related field.

3.       Must have current knowledge of applicable local, state and federal safety and fire codes inclusive of, but not limited to, regulations and standards published by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the National Electric Code (NEC) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

4.       Must be able to demonstrate strong organizational, planning, and writing skills and experience.

5.       Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Safety and Facilities, per licensing requirements.

6.       Computer literate in Windows environment.

7.       Fundamental understanding of LIFEROOTS, Inc. policies.

 Conditions of Employment:

1.       Background check required.

2.       Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.       Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Physical Challenges:

1.       Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.

2.       Position requires some walking, standing, bending, and the ability to lift and carry light items.

3.       Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS, Inc. may revise this job description.

Hours/Week:  
40
Web Address:  
 
09/30/2019
Accounting
Career Discovery Coordinator
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Responsible for Career Discovery Program. Provides individualized classroom and community experience that promote career development for individuals.

2.       Develops, assists, implements, modifies and evaluates the Career Discovery curriculum.

3.       Communicates with IDT teams, Supervisors, Service Coordinators and Case Managers.

4.       Develops effective relationships with employer contacts and stakeholders.

5.       Input information to the Marketing Director as to programs stated above.

6.       Maintains a minimum census of six in each program.

7.       Recruit and train volunteers.

8.       Maintains a current schedule of activities for the Career Discovery Program that are work related, community based and appealing to the interest of the individuals.

9.       Maintains a current curriculum for the Career Discovery Program, including a diverse selection of educational tools.

10.   Communicates regularly with Job Developers and Service Coordinators regarding individuals’ literacy needs and potential job opportunities.

11.   Schedules and conducts tours of employment and educational sites based on choices made by individuals.

12.   Attends ISP/IDT and IEP meetings, as needed, to participate in the development of employment and/or career discovery related goals.

13.   Submits all documentation, reports and other required paperwork accurately and timely.

14.   Ensures consistent compliance with all DOH, DDSD and Medicaid.

15.   Coordinates the use of a van with Day Habilitation Program, as appropriate.

16.   Maintains conduct that is professional and ethical at all times.  Representing LifeROOTS and the Career Discovery Program in a positive manner to service individuals and the public.

17.   Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

18.   Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.  Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.

19.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.

20.   Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

21.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.

22.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Community Services.

Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:

1.     HS Diploma or GED required

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2.     BA/BS and/or Teaching Certificate (Educational Background) preferred.

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3.     Two years of experience working with individuals with disabilities.

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4.     Knowledge of person center principles and values.

5.     Two years of experience teaching adults with barriers (i.e. physical, mental development, disabilities) in course development.

6.     Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Community Services, per licensing    requirements. 

             

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

1.       Career Discovery Coordinator should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

2.       Time Management: Proven ability to manage own time and the time of others well.

3.       Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action. 

4.       Service Orientation:  Actively looking for ways to help people.

5.       Experience in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.

6.       Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check, and drug screening.

2.       Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.       Occasionally operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

Hours/Week:  
40
Web Address:  
 
09/30/2019
Accounting
Early Intervention Service Coordinator/Development
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Performs duties of Service Coordination and Developmental Specialist as defined by the NM Department of Health Family Infant Toddler Program for Children referred to the early intervention program at LifeROOTS

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2.       Provides interim service coordination and completion of family and medical history, arrangement for evaluation, development of IFSP, coordination of IFSP services both within and outside the agency and assistance to access services and transition planning and assistance

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3.       Maintains individual records, i.e. daily notes, billing information, IFSP information, and evaluation reports, for all assigned children, entering accurate information in a timely fashion.

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4.       Provides assessments on the disability or ability of a child, help with his/her plan of education and provide techniques to help modify the behavior of the child.

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5.       Provides families with information, skills, and support to enhance the child’s development.

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6.       Provides services that address all Developmental areas such: Cognitive, communication, physical/motor (including vision and hearing), social or emotional and adaptive development.

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7.       Works with team to assist families in achieving their goals.

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8.       Participates as a member of a Trans/interdisciplinary team.

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9.       Complies with standards of ethics established for the early childhood professionals.

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10.   Works with staff to contribute to planning and program development.

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11.   Provides supervision to Developmental Specialist I.

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12.   Maintains clean, pleasant and safe classroom conditions.

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13.   Maintains expected level of efficiency.

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14.   Works with families needing family education and guidance.

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15.   Participates in community awareness campaign and distribution of public relations material.

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16.   Participates in departmental planning.

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17.   Presents program in a positive manner to the public.

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18.   Complies with standards of ethics for social workers or counselors, if licensed.

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19.   Maintains expected level of efficiency.

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20.   Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

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21.   Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary changes, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members.

22.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.

23.   Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

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24.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.

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25.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Children’s and Therapy Services Manager.

Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       BA/BS Degree in Social Work, Early Childhood Education, Counseling or related field.

2.       Must maintain Developmental Specialist Certification in accordance with FIT Program regulations (7.30.8 NMAC and DDSD policy.

3.       Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and/or NM FIT Program.

4.       Must complete required training.

5.       Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements,

6.       Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.

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Beneficial Skills and Experience:

1.       Early Childhood Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialist should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

2.       Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s time and the time of others well.

3.       Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action. 

4.       Service Orientation:  Actively looking for ways to help people. 

5.       Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.

6.       Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints, DOH and CYFD background check  and drug test.

2.       Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.       Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
09/17/2019
Accounting
Early Intervention Quality Trainer
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.      Work closely with Early Intervention Manager to ensure quality and compliance expectations are being met through training processes.

2.      Responsible for and track all Service Coordinator Training required through the Family Infant Toddler program. Staff trained as identified by Director of CTS Q/TC will schedule all field trainings hours with providers or with themselves..

3.      Responsible for and track all Developmental Specialist Training required through the Family Infant Toddler program.  Staff trained as identified by Director of CTS.  Q/TC will schedule all field trainings hours with providers or with themselves.

4.      Responsible for and track all IDA Training required through the Family Infant Toddler program. Staff trained as identified by Director of CTS.  Q/TC will schedule all field trainings hours with providers or with themselves.

5.      Responsible for and track all CME Training required through the Family Infant Toddler program. Staff trained as identified by Director of CTS.  Q/TC will schedule all field trainings hours with providers or with themselves.

6.      Responsible for and track all Annual Training required through the Family Infant Toddler program.  Staff trained as identified by Director of CTS.  Q/TC will schedule all field trainings hours with providers or with themselves.

7.      Review all IFSPs monthly for compliance and quality.  The Q/TC has the authority to require the provider to adjust IFSP until it meets the standard and is approved.

8.      Approved IFSPs and enter into FIT KIDS data base. 

Requirements:  
Conditions of Employment:

1.      Fingerprints, background check and TB test mandatory.

2.      Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must have current           auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.      Must be at least 18 years of age.

Essential Skills and Experience:

1.      Completed Family Service Coordinator, Developmental Specialist and IDA training as required by the Family Infant Toddler Program.

2.     Ability to execute documentation through Microsoft Software-Excel, Outlook and WORD.

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3.     Clerical experience is required.

4.     Understanding of early intervention and/or NM FIT program.

5.     Must have experience and working knowledge of FIT-KIDS database.

6.     Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements.                     

7.         The Early Intervention Quality/Training Coordinator should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

8.         Time Management: Proven ability to manage ones own time and the time of others well. 

9.                     Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action. 

10.                 Service Orientation:  Actively looking for ways to help people. 

11.                 Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player. 

Location:  
            
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
09/17/2019
Accounting
Custodian - KAFB
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Duties include, but are not limited to, vacuuming floors, sweeping and wet mopping floors, cleaning commodes, sinks, moving furniture, and cleaning urinals; cleaning walk-off mats, removing trash, low dusting, cleaning glass, drinking fountains, spot cleaning, re-supplying the restrooms.

2.       Operates custodial equipment such as vacuums, mops, small hand and power tools, buffer/scrubber machines and other equipment as assigned.

3.       Reports safety, sanitary and fire hazards to Crew Leader, Custodial Supervisor and Project Manager.

4.       Responsible for performing scheduled tasks in a safe manner and adheres to LifeROOTS, Inc. safety policies.

5.       Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

6.       Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.  Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.

7.       Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled

8.       Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

9.       Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensures that all department-applicable Health and Safety responsibilities are fulfilled.

10.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Crew Leader, Custodial Supervisor or Project Manager.

Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       Prefer HS Diploma or GED or 1 year custodial experience.      

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

3.       Must meet AbilityOne Requirements. 

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
09/17/2019
Accounting
Grounds Keeping Supervisor
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Oversees maintenance of grounds assigned under this contract.

2.       Schedules all grounds keeping activities to accommodate contract requirements and personnel         assignments.

3.       Ensures all scheduled work is completed in accordance with the contract.

4.       Ensures crew(s) follows the grounds keeping schedule as submitted to the customer by the Project Manager.

5.       Inspects all grounds serviced on a bi-monthly basis and records any discrepancies and corrective actions on inspection sheets and submits findings to the Project Manager on a regular basis.

6.       Implements and documents the quality control plan.

7.       Monitors crew labor hours to detect and correct problems.

8.       Supervises crew leaders, clients and non-client custodians.

9.       Notifies the Project Manager of any inspections conducted and any corrective action taken.

10.   Provides training and monitors the safety and MSDS program.

11.   Promotes and provides training to clients, non-client custodians as instructed by the Project Manager and according to the client’s plan.

12.   Completes supply inventory and storage on a regular basis.

13.   Maintains phone accessibility during work hours.

14.   Establishes basic and periodic grounds keeping schedules in accordance with the task and frequency chart in the contract.

15.   Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

16.   Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, performance appraisals, WSSAs.

17.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.

18.   Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

19.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.

20.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Project Manager.

Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       HS Diploma or GED required; Two or more years of experience in grounds keeping and supervision of five or more people.

2.        Able to read and write English; must have good verbal and written communication skills.              

3.       Computer Literate in Microsoft suite.

4.       Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies. 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       Must have a valid and current driver’s license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.       Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.       Must be at least 18 years of age. 

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
09/17/2019
Accounting
Floor Care Technician
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Duties include, but are not limited to, floors, stripping and waxing floors, burnishing and buffing. Moving furniture and replacing after floors are completed.

2.       Operates floor care equipment such as, small hand and power tools, buffer/scrubber machines and other equipment as assigned.

3.       Reports safety, sanitary and fire hazards to Crew Leader and/or Manager.

4.       Responsible for performing scheduled tasks in a safe manner and adheres to LifeROOTS, Inc. safety policies.

5.       Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

6.       Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.  Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.

7.       Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled

8.       Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

9.       Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensures that all department-applicable Health and Safety responsibilities are fulfilled.

10.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Crew Leader or Custodial Supervisor.

11.   Duties as assigned by the Crew Leader, Custodial Supervisor or Project Manager.

Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       Prefer HS Diploma or GED or 1-year Floor Care experience.

2.       Stripping, waxing, buffing and carpet care experience and working knowledge of floor care equipment.

3.       Training on power washing equipment, provided with a focus on technique and safety. 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       Must be at least 18 years of age. 

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
09/17/2019
Accounting
Grounds Keeper
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Consist of up keeps lawns, trees, shrubs and other landscaping elements.

2.       Enforces and follows the guidelines of the quality control plan.

3.       Responsible for the length and condition of grasses and other elements of the specific contracts.

4.       Uses a variety of hand tools and powered equipment such as lawn owners, rakes, trimmers, chainsaws and snow blowers.

5.       Applies chemicals, including fertilizers or pesticides.

6.       Notifies the Groundskeeper Crew Leader of any inspection conducted & corrective action taken.

7.       Follows the guidelines of the quality control plan.

8.       Acts as role model for crew by exhibiting proper safety practices, hygiene, work practices in accordance with company policies.

9.       Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS polices and procedures.

10.   Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.  Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.

11.   All questions concerning the grounds keeping contract, work scheduling, issues with grounds and equipment, chemicals or supplies shall be directed to the Project Manager, the Supervisor or the Director of Contracts.  No direct contact shall be made with contract personnel.

12.   Adherence to the contracted grounds keeping schedule is of prime importance and critical to the success of the contract.  Any deviations to this must be approved through the Project Manager, the Supervisor or the Director of Contracts.

13.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.

14.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.

15.   Perform other related duties as assigned by Supervisor or Project Manager.

Requirements:  
Essential Skills and Experience:      

1.       HS Diploma or GED; One  year of experience in grounds keeping.

2.       Maintenance Groundskeepers to complete continuing education classes on safety or other topics in order to complete their licenses.

3.       Must be able to read and write English and have good verbal and written communication skills.

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.       Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.       Must be at least 18 years of age. 

Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
receptionist@liferootsnm.org
 
07/05/2019
Marketing
Community Liaison
Albuquerque, NM
Description:  

BreatheAmerica is seeking an outgoing, self-motivated and driven professional to coordinate and implement marketing efforts and serve as the community representative for BreatheAmerica in New Mexico. Qualified candidates should already possess extensive relationships within the broader healthcare community focused specifically in areas of medical practice that would routinely refer patients to an integrated airway condition center like BreatheAmerica. These relationships should include practice managers, administrators and providers; and should encompass family practice, pediatrics and airway treatment subspecialties. Personality and temperament for the position are a must and should include high energy, emotional intelligence and social engagement. Be prepared to present a 90-day plan of action if you are considered for this position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Marketing to Referring Providers:
      -Maintaining current referral relationships/providers/trends
      -Turning around, reestablishing, or correcting referrals that have fallen off
      -Pursuing new referral source
-Community Activity:
      -Local representative for community partnerships and relationships:
      -American Lung Association
      -School PTOs
      -Women’s groups
-Employer Relationships:
      -Employer Health Fairs
      -Lunch and Learns
-Business Activity:
      -Local Chamber representative,
      -Rotary
      -Professional Associations
Requirements:  
Qualifications:

Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be familiar with the BreatheAmerica clinical model of care. Must have in place extensive relationships throughout the healthcare community and grasp a thorough knowledge of the local New Mexico market. Previous work with local Chambers of Commerce, medical associations and school systems a plus.

 

Requirements:

• Bachelor degree or equivalent years of experience

• 3 to 5 years of marketing/sales experience (5 years minimum without degree)

• Experience presenting to or working with physicians and their support team is a plus

• Excellent oral & written communications

• Outstanding interpersonal skills

• Ability to work with Microsoft Office products, manage social media accounts and phone systems 

Location:  
4901 Lang Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
Hours/Week:  
40
Attire:  
Professional
Contact Info:  
Terri Stewart, Executive Director
(505) 883-2574 ext. 2160
 
06/07/2019
Security
Security Officer
Description:  

3D Security Services Group (3D SSG) is looking for a highly motivated previously experienced military, law enforcement or security officers having their NM RLD level 2,3 or PPO to advance their career in private security. 3D SSG has job offerings for full time and part time positions. 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $12.00 to $25.00 /hour

Requirements:  

Be legally authorized to work in the United States

Be at least 21 years of age or older as required by applicable law or contractual requirements

Be able to demonstrate a stable work history

Be able to provide a High school Diploma or equivalent (GED)

Be able to pass an extensive background screening which includes, but is not limited to, criminal background checks (local, state and federal), drug test, aptitude tests, skills assessment, interviews.

Possess or be able to possess an Occupational License for Security Officer (Level 2,3, PPO or Private Investigator) issued by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department

Previous experience in military or law enforcement experience is highly desirable.

Be able to pass a physical fitness test: 1.5 mile run, Push-ups, Sit ups, Bench press.

Shifts available Days, Nights, Weekends

Resumes need to be attached and review prior to contacting 3D SSG at 505-750-1663 to schedule an appointment. 

Location:  

Through out Rio Rancho and Albuquerque. 

Salary Range:  
$14,976 to $31,200
Hours/Week:  
24
Attire:  
Professional
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Brian Finucan
(505) 750-1663
 
05/23/2019
Non-profit
Board Member
Rio Rancho, NM
Description:  

ReadWest is a non-profit agency providing FREE adult literacy services to the west side Albuquerque/Rio Rancho area adults since 1989. ReadWest trains and supports volunteer tutors to teach adults one-to-one in basic reading, writing, GED exam Prep, or English as a Second Language skills. The cost of illiteracy to our nation and our community is high. Time for adult literacy programs is time well spent. 

Being a board member for ReadWest Adult Literacy Program is fun and rewarding. ReadWest Board Members:

=         Take an active role in fundraising: planning and participating in activities and events

=         Network with Albuquerque and Rio Rancho community and business leaders to promote the work of ReadWest.

=         Help in grant seeking and writing.

=         Oversee the operation/policies of ReadWest.

=         Meet once a month.

=         Participate in a retreat once a year.

=         Serve on a committee(s) as desired.

Previous board of directors experience is highly desirable.  If you are interested in applying for a board member position or more information, please contact Muncie Hansen at 505-892-1131 or email readwest@readwest.org.

Requirements:  
  • Believe in our mission to improve Adult Literacy in Sandoval and Bernalillo Counties.
  • Three year Board of Directors term.
  • Share your area of expertise with the organization. 

 

Location:  
103 Rio Rancho Dr. NE Ste. A-5 Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Muncie Hansen
5058921131
 
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Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

 

4001 Southern Blvd. SE, Ste. B
Rio Rancho, NM 87124-2069
Voice: (505) 892-1533    Fax: (505) 892-6157
Email: RioChamber@rrrcc.org

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Thursday: 9AM-4PM
Friday: 9AM-3PM