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Development Director

Pay Range: Based on experience

Benefits: Vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, medical and dental.

Job Summary:  

Seniors’ Resource Center (SRC) is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced development professional to build and oversee an effective fund development program to ensure SRC is able to help the growing population of older adults in the Denver area.  

The Development Director will design, execute and manage all fundraising activity including foundation and government sources, individual giving, annual fundraising campaigns, corporate sponsorship, and other related solicitations.  Connecting with and motivating current and potential donors to build a strong, vibrant culture of philanthropy, one that aligns with SRC’s values and vision.

The position will focus on increasing revenues and expanding a base of support for the organization.

Full Job Description available at interview.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in experience; Certified Fund Raising Executive certification desirable but not mandatory
  • Minimum of 3 years of proven success in not-for-profit fundraising program management
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and in Raiser's Edge

·         Excellent organizational/project management skills with a particular focus on managing details

  • Demonstrated ability to interact comfortably and competently with people from diverse racial, social, economic, educational, and religious backgrounds
  • Ability to work flexible hours as necessary, including some evenings and/or weekends
  • Statewide travel may be required; valid driver’s license required

Candidates will need to submit a resume, cover letter, writing sample, and salary requirements to apply for this position.

 

* Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Marketing Manager/Director

Pay Range: Based on experience

Benefits: Generous PTO, paid holidays, medical, dental & 401K with immediate employer match

Job Summary

Seniors’ Resource Center (SRC) is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Marketing Manager/Director. The person will play a critical role in providing vision, leadership, and implementation within strategic communications, media relations, marketing and brand management, public awareness, social media, and all forms of communications to ensure SRC is able to help the growing population of older adults in the Denver area. 

The Marketing Manager/Director will plan, execute, and monitor SRC’s marketing and communications plans in alignment with the strategic goals of the organization. The ideal candidate will be a creative self-starter, who shares the mission of SRC and is passionate about making a difference and doing the right thing!  They must possess strong writing, editing, and presentation skills to be successful in the role.

Full Job Description provided with interview.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism, public relations or related field or equivalent experience is required; Master’s degree strongly preferred.
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in public relations, marketing and/or fundraising, preferably, with a non-profit organization.
  • Minimum of 2 years of people management and project management experience desired.
  • Experience managing external contractors and vendors a plus.
  • One or more years of event planning experience.
  • Superior written communication skills along with excellent verbal and presentation skills.
  • Experience with graphic design highly desirable (e.g., InDesign, Photoshop, Adobe Suite, etc.).
  • Experience with public relations and media strategy development and execution (earned and paid media).
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office; experience with email marketing campaigns, social media platforms, and Adobe Creative software. Experience with Razors Edge a plus.
  • Ability to design marketing materials for events and ticket sales (invitations, flyers, Eventbrite.com, email communications, event programs, social media promotion).
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures of media, public, and community relations.
  • Demonstrated abilities in crisis communication.
  • Ability to translate organizational strategy into strong and compelling messages for a range of audiences.
  • Ability to work well under pressure, to meet deadlines while making sound decisions, and to adaptable to shifting priorities while juggling multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to work flexible hours as necessary, including some evenings and/or weekends.

Candidates will need to submit a resume, cover letter, writing sample, WITH salary requirements to be considered for this position. 

 Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Direct Care Supervisor

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt

Location: Wheat Ridge

Job Type: Full time (M-F) Days 40 hours

Pay Range: $21.00-23.00 hourly

Benefits:

  • No evenings or weekends
  • Paid training
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid time off
  • Great healthcare options
  • Affordable dental insurance
  • Retirement benefits
  • Credit Union Membership

Job Summary: Seniors’ Resource Center (SRC) is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Direct Care Supervisor to ensure SRC is able to help the growing population of older adults in the Denver area. The Direct Care Supervisor at SRC is responsible for hiring, training, evaluating, and monitoring service provision with direct care employees as well as contractors. The position will manage various funding streams and compliance requirements.

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for tracking data and reporting outcomes as well as the completion of special projects and assignments.
  • Works as a liaison to Intake Coordinators and Care Managers within Community Services department.
  • Promotes SRC services and is knowledgeable about community resources available to those served by SRC.
  •  Monitors components of the budget that are related to program activities to insure compliance with fiscal guidelines. Apprise supervisor of any problems or potential problems, making recommendations for problems resolution, jobs and the tracking of hours and other needed information.
  • Continued education and development on topics such as management, effective job performance, advances in related technology, etc.
  • Grant management experience; provide reports, presentation materials and statistics as assigned to meet the needs of funders and SRC Administration.
  • Assist supervisor in (a)the evaluation of current services, (b) the effectiveness and efficiency of procedures and systems and (c) the development of future projects, and program goals and objectives.
  • Work closely with all staff members at SRC to foster team-work, inter-departmental cooperation, respect, good customer service and effectiveness of work relationships through clear communications.
  • Plays a key role by providing comprehensive support to the department’s supervisor.
  • The position supervises department and program specific staff in general activities and establishes and maintains appropriate contact with clients and staff.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum requirements: high school diploma or GED, BA strongly preferred
  • 1-year supervisory experience, experience in provision of personal care services a plus
  • Hiring, training, evaluation, and monitoring of service provision with direct care employees as well as contractors
  • Experience with Home and Community Based Services HCBS, Health Care Policy and Finance HCPF, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment CDPHE, and Home Care Agency HCA regulations desired
  • Must be an organized, detail oriented, team player with history that indicates proven and excellent interpersonal, planning, and implementation skills
  • Managing operations and staff, regulatory compliance
  • Solid computer skills, ability to build and maintain a budget
  • Grant management experience desired
  • Clear communication
  • Passion for providing quality, person-centered services to older adults

Supervisor: Director of Community Services

* This Job Description is not meant to be inclusive of all duties and responsibilities of the position and is subject to change at any time.

Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Activities Coordinator

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Location: Wheat Ridge Adult Day and Respite
Job Type: Full time (M-F) Days 40 hours or PT (M-F) Days
Pay Range: $13.00 to 15.00 hourly based on experience

Benefits: vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, medical and dental.

Job Summary

The Activities Coordinator is responsible for the supervision of structured daylong activities. The Coordinator’s plan and implement activities for groups, based on individual participant needs, interests, abilities, and strengths.

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities:

Functional Category: Activity Coordination
Estimated Percent of time Spent – 80%
• Assists in the initial assessment of participants’ ability to manage particular group’s dynamics based on observation and evaluation.
• Prepares goals and care plans for each participant in assigned group with input from multi-disciplinary team.
• Assesses abilities and changing needs of participants and group activities accordingly.
• Monitors participants’ physical and mental level of functioning, as well as the ability to maintain role in activities.
• Establishes appropriate goals for each individual participant.
• Assumes responsibility for safety needs of each participant within group.
• Provides personal care to participants.
• Responds to participants and caregivers with sensitivity and positive empathy.
• Verbalizes, demonstrates and implements in daily room practice, an understanding of infection control in relation to hand washing techniques, disease prevention, food handling and disposal of soiled articles.
• Refers back to team established plan of consistently implementing own role in participant care.
• Clearly documents participant care.
• Monitors and supervises work assignments volunteers and students.

Functional Category: Administration
Estimated Percent of time Spent – 20%
• Monitors assistant and volunteer staff’s ability to manage group interaction.
• Participates in the development and implementation of Quality Assurance activities.
• Maintains up-to-date knowledge relating to geriatric care and/or activities.

REQUIRED:
Education:
• High School Diploma or GED
• Licensure, Certification, Registration or Designation
• Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) card or the ability to obtain one upon employment is required
Work Experience and Qualifications:
• Minimum of two years’ experience in a care setting for the frail and cognitively impaired elderly

PREFERRED:
Education:
• Bachelor’s degree in gerontology, recreation, social services, nursing, rehabilitation or related fields from an accredited college/university.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Certified Nurse Aide - Starr Center

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt

Location:  Starr Center Day Program

Job Type: Full time (M-F) Days 37.5 hours

Pay Range: $13.00 to 15.00 hourly based on experience

Benefits: Vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, medical and dental.

Job Summary:  This is not your typical CNA/Direct Support Professional job! The Starr Center is a day program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Monday through Friday, individuals come to Starr Center, pick what they'd like to do for the day, go out in the community and then reconvene back at Starr before going home for the day.

  • No evenings or weekends!
  • Family like atmosphere!
  • Paid training!
  • Paid holidays!
  • Sick time!
  • Vacation time!
  • Personal time!
  • Great healthcare options!
  • Affordable dental insurance!
  • Retirement benefits!
  • Credit Union Membership!

Come see what makes Starr Center so unique to work for: Check us out on Facebook @SRCStarrCenter

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities

This position will conduct day trips in the community and create in-house activities. This position requires building positive rapport with the families as well as individuals, creating a home-like environment. Great for a quick thinker, and someone who enjoys bringing energy and enthusiasm to the job every day. Utilize your patient care and basic medical skills outside of a nursing facility, at Starr Center!

  • Complete daily documentation per State & Starr Center’s policy and procedures (must be proficient with basic Microsoft Office Programs and typing skills)
  • All outings utilize the RTD bus and light-rail transits; applicant must be comfortable with all elements throughout the year and members of the public
  • Assist individuals to prepare their breakfast, lunch, and snacks in a full-sized kitchen. Assist individuals as needed to consume their meals
  • Assist individuals in the bathroom and change clothes as necessary
  • Assist individuals to clean and maintain cleanliness of the facility throughout the day
  • Provide medical care to individuals as needed and relay the information effectively to families, nurse, site supervisor; document events
  • Must adapt to changes to routines, activities, and outings with enthusiasm and grace
  • Creatively solve problems as they arise with autonomy, poise, and vigor
  • Provide supervision, energetically engage individuals, and provide opportunities for learning life lessons such as self-care, communication, education, vocations, and community skills.
  • Respond to crises using Safety Care Training Skills (training provided)
  • Create and run unique in-house activities
  • Communicate effectively and respectfully to individuals, family members, colleagues, and management
  • Administer medications as needed
  • All other duties as assigned

Work Experience and Qualifications

REQUIRED

  • Current CO CNA license
  • High School diploma or GED
  • Must be of 18 years of age or older
  • Valid driver’s license

Physical requirements include: ability to exert up to 50 pounds of force; physical conditions to enable walking, standing, sitting, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling; stamina to be on feet and active for full work days; ability to speak or exchange information in an audible manner.

PREFERRED

  • First Aid/CPR
  • QMAP

* This Job Description is not meant to be inclusive of all duties and responsibilities of the position and is subject to change at any time.

Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Direct Support Professional-Starr Center

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt

Location:  Starr Center Day Program, 7815 W 16th Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214

Job Type: Full time (M-F) Days 37.5 hours

Pay Range: $13.00 to 15.00 hourly based on experience

 

Benefits: Vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, medical and dental.

Job Summary:  The Starr Center is a day program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Monday through Friday, individuals come to Starr Center, pick what they'd like to do for the day, go out in the community and then reconvene back at Starr before going home for the day.

  • No evenings or weekends!
  • Family like atmosphere!
  • Paid training!
  • Paid holidays!
  • Sick time!
  • Vacation time!
  • Personal time!
  • Great healthcare options!
  • Affordable dental insurance!
  • Retirement benefits!
  • Credit Union Membership!

Come see what makes Starr Center so unique to work for: Check us out on Facebook @SRCStarrCenter

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities

This position will conduct day trips in the community and create in-house activities. This position requires building positive rapport with the families as well as individuals, creating a home-like environment. Great for a quick thinker, and someone who enjoys bringing energy and enthusiasm to the job every day. Utilize your patient care and basic medical skills outside of a nursing facility, at Starr Center!

  • Complete daily documentation per State & Starr Center’s policy and procedures (must be proficient with basic Microsoft Office Programs and typing skills)
  • All outings utilize the RTD bus and light-rail transits; applicant must be comfortable with all elements throughout the year and members of the public
  • Assist individuals to prepare their breakfast, lunch, and snacks in a full-sized kitchen. Assist individuals as needed to consume their meals
  • Assist individuals in the bathroom and change clothes as necessary
  • Assist individuals to clean and maintain cleanliness of the facility throughout the day
  • Provide medical care to individuals as needed and relay the information effectively to families, nurse, site supervisor; document events
  • Must adapt to changes to routines, activities, and outings with enthusiasm and grace
  • Creatively solve problems as they arise with autonomy, poise, and vigor
  • Provide supervision, energetically engage individuals, and provide opportunities for learning life lessons such as self-care, communication, education, vocations, and community skills.
  • Respond to crises using Safety Care Training Skills (training provided)
  • Create and run unique in-house activities
  • Communicate effectively and respectfully to individuals, family members, colleagues, and management
  • Administer medications as needed
  • All other duties as assigned

Work Experience and Qualifications

REQUIRED

  • Current CO CNA license
  • High School diploma or GED
  • Must be of 18 years of age or older
  • Valid driver’s license

Physical requirements include: ability to exert up to 50 pounds of force; physical conditions to enable walking, standing, sitting, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling; stamina to be on feet and active for full work days; ability to speak or exchange information in an audible manner.

PREFERRED

  • First Aid/CPR
  • QMAP

* This Job Description is not meant to be inclusive of all duties and responsibilities of the position and is subject to change at any time.

Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Certified Nurse Aide

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Location: Wheat Ridge Adult Day and Respite
Job Type: Full time (M-F) Days 40 hours or PT (M-F) Days
Pay Range: $13.00 to 15.00 hourly based on experience

Benefits: vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, medical and dental.

Job Summary:  The Certified Nurse Aide is responsible for providing routine care and assisting participants with activities of daily living, restorative and supportive care.

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities:

  • Follows plan of care and assists participants with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, hair care, mouth care, eating, hand and toileting as assigned or needed. Documents care provided in accordance with established policies, guidelines and applicable regulations
  • Carries out, reports and documents care given in an effective, timely manner.
  • Participates in the care planning of participants through cooperation with the multidisciplinary teams.
  • Monitors participant’s health status by taking vital signs and weights.
  • Monitors appetite in addition to looking for changes in functional ability and checking skin condition while assisting with toileting.
  • Monitors/assists participants in a courteous manner with meals and provides assistance with feeding as necessary.
  • Assists participants with restorative and supportive care such as ambulating, positioning, transferring, skin care, catheters, oxygen and provides other aides as assigned or needed.
  • Monitors participant’s health status such as vital signs, weights, skin condition, appetite and changes in functional ability and reports pertinent information to clinical supervisor in a timely manner.
  • Reports any variance, accident or unusual occurrence to the appropriate personnel.
  • Attends in-service and continuing education programs as scheduled and necessary.
  • Creates and participates in group(s) and one-on-one activities in accordance with daily activity calendar when needed.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

Education

  • High School Diploma or GED

Licensure, Certification, Registration or Designation

  • Current and valid state issued Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) license is required

PREFERRED

Work Experience and Qualifications

  • Experience in a care setting for frail and elderly patients participating in a group environment preferred

* This Job Description is not meant to be inclusive of all duties and responsibilities of the position and is subject to change at any time.

Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Program Assistant

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt

Location:  Wheat Ridge Adult Day and Respite

Job Type: Full time Days 40 hours or PT Days, benefits: vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, medical and dental.

Pay Range: $13.00 to 15.00 hourly based on experience

 

Job Summary:  The Program Assistant is responsible for providing routine care and assisting participants with activities of daily living, restorative and supportive care.

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities

  • Follows plan of care and assists participants with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, hair care, mouth care, eating, hand and toileting as assigned or needed. Documents care provided in accordance with established policies, guidelines and applicable regulations
  • Carries out, reports and documents care given in an effective, timely manner.
  • Participates in the care planning of participants through cooperation with the multidisciplinary teams.
  • Monitors participant’s health status by taking vital signs and weights.
  • Monitors appetite in addition to looking for changes in functional ability and checking skin condition while assisting with toileting.
  • Monitors/assists participants in a courteous manner with meals and provides assistance with feeding as necessary.
  • Assists participants with restorative and supportive care such as ambulating, positioning, transferring, skin care, catheters, oxygen and provides other aides as assigned or needed.
  • Monitors participant’s health status such as vital signs, weights, skin condition, appetite and changes in functional ability and reports pertinent information to clinical supervisor in a timely manner.
  • Reports any variance, accident or unusual occurrence to the appropriate personnel.
  • Attends in-service and continuing education programs as scheduled and necessary.
  • Creates and participates in group(s) and one-on-one activities in accordance with daily activity calendar when needed.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

REQUIRED

Education

  • High School Diploma or GED

PREFERRED

Work Experience and Qualifications

  • Current and valid state issued Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) license is required
  • Experience in a care setting for frail and elderly patients participating in a group environment preferred

 

* This Job Description is not meant to be inclusive of all duties and responsibilities of the position and is subject to change at any time.

Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Administrative Assistant

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Location: Wheat Ridge
Job Type: Full time (M-F) Days 40 hours or PT (M-F) Days
Pay Range: $13.00 to 15.00 hourly based on experience

Benefits: Vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, medical and dental.

Job Summary: An Administrative Assistant is responsible for the completion of special projects and assignments as well as a comprehensive set of duties and responsibilities related to general office work including but not limited to: word processing, data entry, record-management, typing, and other general office duties. The Admin. Assistant assists department and program specific staff in general activities and establishes and maintains appropriate contact with consumers and staff. She/he plays a key role by providing comprehensive support to the department’s supervisor. The Admin. Assistant works as a liaison with department staff, persons and organizations contacting the Center, directing them to the correct individual within SRC or, as appropriate, handling the contact themselves. The Admin. Assistant promotes SRC services and is knowledgeable about community resources available to those served by the Center.

Minimum Qualifications: Must have two years’ comprehensive general office experience. Minimum typing speed of speed of 60 words per minute with great accuracy, excellent communication, organization, and interpersonal skills. Must have sound judgement skills and be a self-starter who works efficiently and effectively on multiple tasks. Must enjoy and efficiently manage high levels of contact with staff, volunteers, and the general public in a fast - paced environment. (S)he must have a professional, friendly demeanor when coordinating and/or facilitating communications, meetings, events, etc. with staff, community representatives, clients, volunteers, etc. Strong computer skills a must; knowledge in data base entry and maintenance and spreadsheet design preferred. Strong writing and editing ability desirable. OR a combination of education and experience which clearly demonstrates the capability to perform job duties and meet all job responsibilities.

Supervisor: Department Supervisor

Essential Job Duties include, but are not limited to:
1. Provide general, comprehensive administrative support in an effective and efficient manner. Coordinate and complete all word-processing, data entry, simple spreadsheets, typing, and other assignments as requested by supervisor in a timely manner; work in a collaborative and cooperative manner with personnel throughout the organization in the completion of general office duties and tasks. Duties include but are not limited to: taking and processing minutes, completing complex special projects in a timely manner, drafting letters, memorandums, and reports, as assigned. Provide general office support including, but not limited to: sorting and properly processing department’s incoming and outgoing mail/correspondence, transporting outgoing mail to the post office, as requested, and assistance with calls processed through the Reception area including providing relief and vacation coverage.
2. Assist with managing telephone calls received by the supervisor and other assigned staff to insure that contacts are handled in a timely manner. Set up conference calls and related equipment, as required. Coordinate purchase of supplies from approved vendor according to established procedure.
3. Establish and maintain complex filing systems including: Department, Client, and Staff Files, personal work files, etc.
4. Creates and maintains a strong working relationship with staff who work for the department, assisting in all aspects of their work relationship with SRC including schedules, assignments, answering questions related to assigned duties, schedule, concerns related to client or his/her caregivers, if applicable, etc. Refers more complex matters to supervisor(s).
5. Assist staff and/or personally prepare materials for client intake packets, meetings,
community events, etc., including, but not limited to: gathering of information and preparation of information for mailing, as assigned. Assist with planning, scheduling, and preparation and provide general support for client or departmental staff meetings, special agency projects and events.
6. Assists in maintenance/status of department supplies, office machines, etc. as required. Works with outside vendors, as required, to insure timely ordering of items specific to program service delivery/inventory maintenance (gloves, forms, etc.), service calls, etc. Coordinate office supply purchases for department, following approved administrative and financial procedures; use approved vendors.
7. Assist department team by helping to process requests for facility related maintenance or for addressing safety concerns.
8. Receive and respond to requests for information related to types of services provided by SRC, established procedures for receipt of services or to apply to volunteer, etc. in a courteous, professional and compassionate manner; forward calls that would be more appropriate for a different staff member to handle.
9. Assist in establishing positive and proactive relationships with those who contact the Center as well as with other organizations and persons within the community at large.
10. Attend all assigned meetings including, but not limited to: committees, program staff, supervisory, and SRC All-Staff.
11. Other duties as assigned.

Physical Requirements include, but are not limited to:
The physical requirements to do this job may vary from day to day and also may change as the needs of assigned duties and responsibilities change.

Basically, the staff member must be able accomplish the following in order to fulfill the job functions:
a. Must be able to draft and revise documents including writing procedures, creating presentation materials, etc. Must be able to accomplish tasks manually as well as via
computerized systems. Must be able to take recommendation for change in a proactive manner and implement modifications accordingly.
b. Must be able to use the computer for word processing and data entry and for keeping information up to date related to the SRC database as well as any program/department specific software. Must be able to sit and perform computer-related tasks for extended periods of time. Must be able to stand for up to two hours at a time.
c. Must be able to travel to various locations for meetings, events, procurement of supplies, running job-related errands, etc.
d. Prepares comprehensive reports, analysis, research, etc. as required or assigned. Must be able to comprehend and appropriately manage and organize data/statistics, insuring accuracy in reporting in a timely manner.
e. Preparation of materials for presentations, meetings, etc.
f. Represent the agency at functions, meetings, etc., as assigned.
g. Varying levels of general office work including filing, stapling, collating, phones, word processing, typing, etc. in support of regular job duties.
h. Must have solid math skills and be able to follow detailed financial management procedures and policies as established by the Finance Department.
i. Must be able to use a multi-line telephone system in an effective manner.

Essential job duties also include but are not limited to:
- The ability to travel via own means of transportation including the ability to assist with client intake process, attend various meetings in the community setting, etc.
- Due to the broad scope and responsibilities of this position, must be able to effectively interact with a broad range of individuals, occasionally in settings outside of the office and under the auspices of the individual with whom the Admin. Assistant is meeting.
- The Admin. Assistant must have very effective written and verbal communication skills, be able to react quickly and appropriately in order to assist staff with decisions related to emergencies, and be comfortable making presentations before varied types of groups, individuals, and agencies. He/she must have strong independent judgement skills and effectively manage conflict and interpersonal differences in order to accomplish the goals of the agency.

* This Job Description is not meant to be inclusive of all duties and responsibilities of the position and is subject to change at any time.

Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Day Center Health Tech - Certified Nurse Aide

FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt

Location:  Johnson Adult Day Program

Job Type : Full time Days  40 hours

Job Summary:  The Certified Nurse Aide is responsible for providing routine care and assisting participants with activities of daily living, restorative and supportive care.

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities

  • Follows plan of care and assists participants with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, hair care, mouth care, eating, hand and toileting as assigned or needed. Documents care provided in accordance with established policies, guidelines and applicable regulations
  • Carries out, reports and documents care given in an effective, timely manner.
  • Participates in the care planning of participants through cooperation with the multidisciplinary teams.
  • Monitors participant’s health status by taking vital signs and weights.
  • Monitors appetite in addition to looking for changes in functional ability and checking skin condition while assisting with toileting.
  • Monitors/assists participants in a courteous manner with meals and provides assistance with feeding as necessary.
  • Assists participants with restorative and supportive care such as ambulating, positioning, transferring, skin care, catheters, oxygen and provides other aides as assigned or needed.
  • Monitors participants health status such as vital signs, weights, skin condition, appetite and changes in functional ability and reports pertinent information to clinical supervisor in a timely manner.
  • Reports any variance, accident or unusual occurrence to the appropriate personnel.
  • Attends in-service and continuing education programs as scheduled and necessary.
  • Creates and participates in group(s) and one-on-one activities in accordance with daily activity calendar when needed.

 

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

REQUIRED

Education

  • High School Diploma or GED

Licensure, Certification, Registration or Designation

  • Current and valid state issued Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) license is required

PREFERRED

Work Experience and Qualifications

  • Experience in a care setting for frail and elderly patients participating in a group environment preferred

 

* This Job Description is not meant to be inclusive of all duties and responsibilities of the position and is subject to change at any time.

Employment is at the Will of the Employer and is not guaranteed in any format. This job description is not intended as a contract, implied or real.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Johnson Adult Day Program Activities Coordinator

Job Summary

The Activities Coordinator is responsible for the supervision of structured daylong activities. The Coordinator’s plan and implement activities for groups, based on individual participant needs, interests, abilities, and strengths.

Essential Functions and Work Responsibilities:
Functional Category: Activity Coordination
Estimated Percent of time Spent – 80%
• Assists in the initial assessment of participants’ ability to manage particular group’s dynamics based on observation and evaluation.
• Prepares goals and care plans for each participant in assigned group with input from multi-disciplinary team.
• Assesses abilities and changing needs of participants and group activities accordingly.
• Monitors participants’ physical and mental level of functioning, as well as the ability to maintain role in activities.
• Establishes appropriate goals for each individual participant.
• Assumes responsibility for safety needs of each participant within group.
• Provides personal care to participants.
• Responds to participants and caregivers with sensitivity and positive empathy.
• Verbalizes, demonstrates and implements in daily room practice, an understanding of infection control in relation to hand washing techniques, disease prevention, food handling and disposal of soiled articles.
• Refers back to team established plan of consistently implementing own role in participant care.
• Clearly documents participant care.
• Monitors and supervises work assignments volunteers and students.

Functional Category: Administration
Estimated Percent of time Spent – 20%
• Monitors assistant and volunteer staff’s ability to manage group interaction.
• Participates in the development and implementation of Quality Assurance activities.
• Maintains up-to-date knowledge relating to geriatric care and/or activities.

REQUIRED:
Education:
• High School Diploma or GED
• Licensure, Certification, Registration or Designation
• Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) card or the ability to obtain one upon employment is required
Work Experience and Qualifications:
• Minimum of two years’ experience in a care setting for the frail and cognitively impaired elderly

PREFERRED:
Education:
• Bachelor’s degree in gerontology, recreation, social services, nursing, rehabilitation or related fields from an accredited college/university.

Please email resumes to hiring@srcaging.org. We are an EEO Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Chores (Cleaning) Direct Service Provider

Full time and part time positions available. (Grant Funded) - Seeking hard working, committed, team players with initiative, compassion, a sense of humor, and strong interpersonal abilities with seniors. Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma.

Wage is based on experience; health insurance after qualified hours, paid time off plus paid holidays and retirement benefits.

Responsibilities include the following: Performs a variety of heavy household cleaning duties for clients including deep cleaning of bathroom, kitchen floors, stove and refrigerator, vacuuming rugs, clean up and removal of trash, organizing and packing for home inspections or moves, unpacking following moves and cleaning of closets and stage areas.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities include: familiarity with issues and problems related to senior and disabled citizens; knowledge of cleaning procedures, and skilled in the use of housekeeping materials and general outdoor work tools.

Send resume to: Human Resources, Seniors’ Resource Center, 3227 Chase Street, Denver, CO 80212 or to hiring@SRCAging.org. Drug Free Workplace. We are an EEO Employer.

Personal Care Providers

Part time - We are hiring compassionate women and men to be Personal Care Providers for older adults in the Denver metro area. Seeking committed, very dependable, friendly, flexible individuals to assist seniors in their homes. No experience necessary; training is provided. Flexible hours and a warm supportive working environment. Starting wage is $11.60 per hour. Must have a clear background and good MVR. Please call Ray at 303-235-6976, send resume to hiring@SRCaging.org or stop by for an application. Seniors’ Resource Center, 3227 Chase Street, Denver, CO 80212. Drug Free Workplace. We are an EEO Employer.

Personal Care Providers - Evergreen & Conifer

We are hiring PCPs in Evergreen & Conifer areas!

P/T, flexible hours - Our In Home Care Service at Seniors’ Resource Center is a warm, caring environment.  We are seeking committed, very dependable, friendly, compassionate individuals to assist older adults in their homes.  No experience  necessary, as training is provided. Starting wage for is $11.60 per hour. Send your resume to hiring@srcaging.org or call Joyce Becker at 720.236.1182 This is a great place to work! Drug Free Workplace. We are an EEO Employer.

Urban Bus Drivers

Seniors’ Resource Center is seeking multiple part time drivers for its non-profit transportation system serving the elderly and disabled. Knowledge of the Denver metro area is a must. Clear Background and good Motor Vehicle Record required. CDL not required, but a strong plus. Must be at least 25 years old. Previous driving experience beneficial. Positions are based out of our Wheat Ridge office. Training wage is $12.50 per hour. Stop by to fill out an application at Seniors’ Resource Center, 3227 Chase Street, Denver, CO 80212 or e-mail resume to hiring@SRCAging.org.  Drug Free Workplace. EOE.