Careers

 

You will be working with people living with a mental illness or

disability. These individuals may be living in various settings, such

as a group residential settings, apartment living or in their own

homes. 

This position is full time and will require travel within the Twin Cities

area. You will have the opportunity to work independently with your clients and develop your own schedule. 

 

OPEN POSITIONS:

IHS Case Worker

HSS Coordinator

Individualized Home Supports Professional (IHS)

 


Location: 6043 Hudson Rd. Suite 350, Woodbury, MN 55125

Job Type: Full-time; Monday-Friday

 

Department: Individualized Home Supports

Pay: $17-$19 per hour


Description:


The role of the Individualized Home Supports (IHS) Professional is to provide support and/or training
for people with mental, physical and developmental disabilities. Some individuals may have
substance use disorders and criminal backgrounds. As the IHS professional, you will hold a case
load of 12-17 clients, with caseloads varying based on need/difficulty. You will meet with the IHS
supervisor on a weekly basis to discuss scheduling and to consult. Primarily, your role will be in
person with your clients. You will be expected to meet with clients both in their homes and in the
community. There will be times where you will need to drive clients to community
outings/appointments.


In this position, you will:

  •  Review Community Supports and Services Plans (CSSPs) and utilize this as a guide on how to work with your client

  •  Collaborate with clients support team members on ways to assist and care for the client

  •  Provide weekly updates to case managers on client progress

  •  Determine which goals your client would like to accomplish and develop a plan on how to assist them in achieving these           goals

  •  Drive clients to community outings, stores, post-office and appointments

  •  Provide supervision and training to clients on how to complete routine household care and maintenance

  •  Assist clients in researching and accessing community resources

  •  Assess clients risks and assist them in ways to mitigate these risks

  •  Skill build with clients which could include, but not limited to: teaching clients to cook, meal plan, budget, complete                   paperwork and manage their appointments

  •  Guide and assist clients with their activities of daily living

  •  Implement strategies with clients on ways to manage their behaviors

Expectations:

 

  •  You will meet weekly with your supervisor to discuss your schedule and consult about client issues.

  •  You will work Monday thru Friday, starting your shift anytime between the hours of 7am-9am and ending your shift between       the hours of 3pm-5pm, working 8 hours each day.

  •  You will be evaluated on an annual basis. Evaluations will be completed by your direct supervisor.

  •  You will complete Relias and other IHS trainings within your first two weeks of employment. After that, Relias trainings will            need to be completed on an annual basis.

  •  Any time off will need to be discussed with your Supervisor so that tasks can be divided and covered during your absence.

  •  You will not have more than 4 hours of office time during the week.

  •  Communication is key! If you are struggling with keeping up with tasks or the position please communicate that with your         Supervisor. We are here to support you and help you develop in the role.

Benefits:

  •  Great pay

  •  PTO

  •  Paid Holidays

  •  Flexible Scheduling

  •  Health Insurance Reimbursement

  •  401K

  •  Great team to work with

 


Required Qualifications:

  •  Must be at least 18 years or older with a High School diploma or GED.

  •  Proof of Valid Drivers license and car insurance.

  •  Must pass criminal background check administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS)

  •  Can work well with a diverse population, including people with low-income, who struggle with substance abuse, criminal           backgrounds, and people with developmental, mental and physical disabilities

  •  Ability to manage time effectively

  •  Some knowledge of Microsoft office, including Word and Excel

 


Preferred Qualifications:

 

  •  Bachelors degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Human Services or related field

  •  Experience in working with individuals with disabilities

  •  Knowledge of public programs, medical assistance and Medicaid waivers

  •  Experience in researching and accessing different community resources

  •  Conversational in more than one language.

 

 

If you would like to apply, please fill out the job application form above and email it to SCunningham@ilpmn.com or fax it to our office at 1-651-702-2502

Housing Stabilization Services (HSS) Professional

 

 


Location: 6043 Hudson Rd. Suite 350, Woodbury, MN 55125

Job Type: Full-time


Department: Housing Stabilization Services

Pay: $18-$19 per hour

 


Description:


The role of the Housing Stabilization Services (HSS) Professional is to assist people with mental,
physical, developmental disabilities and seniors find and keep housing. Some individuals may have
substance use disorders and criminal backgrounds that may provide searching and maintaining
housing difficult. As the HSS professional, you will hold a case load of 12-17 clients, with caseloads
varying based on need/difficulty. You will meet with the HSS supervisor on a weekly basis to discuss
scheduling and to consult. Primarily, your role will consist of searching for housing on the behalf of
and with your clients. You will be expected to meet with your clients in their home and will need to be
able to drive your clients to housing tours.

 


In this position, you will:

 

  •  Meet regularly with clients to discuss types of housing, planning, progress, and trouble shoot issues regarding the housing search.

  •  Drive clients to housing tours.

  •  Assist clients in completing housing applications.

  •  Assist clients in getting on Public housing/subsidized waitlists.

  •  Research new affordable housing options for clients.

  •  Assist clients in applying for public programs to assist with housing costs.

  •  Assist clients in managing and coordinating with Metro HRA.

  •  Coordinate with clients support team members such as, case managers and landlords.

  •  Assist clients in planning for their move.

  •  Assist clients with maintaining their housing.

  •  Perform outreach to the community and other appropriate agencies regarding your clients housing.

 


Expectations:

 

  •  You will meet weekly with your supervisor to discuss your schedule and consult about client issues.

  •  You will be expected to be in the office during hours worked other than when you are meeting with clients. There maybe times where client meetings are scheduled at the beginning or end of your workday where you can finish working from home.

  •  You will work Monday thru Friday, starting your shift anytime between the hours of 7am-9am and ending your shift between the hours of 3pm-5pm, working 8 hours each day.

  •  You will be evaluated on an annual basis. Evaluations will be completed by your direct supervisor.

  •  You will complete Relias and other housing stabilization trainings within your first two weeks of employment. After that, Relias trainings will need to be completed on an annual basis.

  •  Any time off will need to be discussed with your Supervisor so that tasks can be divided and covered during your absence.

  •  You will not have more than 4 hours of office time during the week.

  •  Communication is key! If you are struggling with keeping up with tasks or the position please communicate that with your Supervisor. We are here to support you and help you develop in the role.

Benefits:

 

  •  Great pay

  •  PTO

  •  Paid Holidays

  •  Flexible Scheduling

  •  Health Insurance Reimbursement

  •  401K

  •  Great team to work with

 


Required Qualifications:

 

  •  Must be at least 18 years or older with a High School diploma or GED.

  •  Proof of Valid Drivers license and car insurance.

  •  Must pass criminal background check administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS)

  •  Can work well with a diverse population, including people with low-income, who struggle with substance abuse, criminal backgrounds, and people with developmental, mental and physical disabilities,.

  •  Ability to manage time effectively.

  •  Some knowledge of Microsoft office, including Word and Excel.

 


Preferred Qualifications:

 

  •  Bachelors degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Human Services or related field and/or experience working with people with disabilities.

  •  Experience in working with individuals with searching for and obtaining housing.

  •  Knowledge of subsidized/public housing and Section 8.

  •  Knowledge of public programs, such as MSA Housing Assistance and Housing Support.

  •  Conversational in more than one language.

If you would like to apply, please fill out the job application form above and email it to ACardona@ilpmn.com or fax it to our office at 1-651-702-2502