Are you feeling fulfilled in your work life? Why not consider a career as a job coach or program assistant with ABC, working alongside people with disabilities and completing contracts for our partners? Coaching is a little like teaching, a little like counseling, and a lot like no other kind of job!
Review our open positions and complete an online application. Or you can stop by our office at 1911 14th Street, NW in Rochester and fill out an application.
Questions? Call Kellie Wendland at (507) 535-7104.
Current ABC Staff Openings Last updated Friday, March 24, 2017
Job Coaches (multiple openings, Rochester, Caledonia and La Crescent)
Driver, Part-time (Rochester)
Responsible for transportation of participants to and from work each day. Must be able to problem-solve, work within a team structure and work with a variety of different people. Occasionally may have to lift or push up to 150 pounds with or without assistance and be able to perform a variety of other physical tasks. This driver must be flexible and have a desire to work with high needs participants.
High School diploma with preference given to persons with experience working with persons with developmental disabilities.
Must possess a valid Class D driver's license, have a clean driving record, pass a Department of Transportation physical and drug test, be insurable and have personal insurance.
Monday-Friday, 1:00 pm-6:00 pm, 25 hours per week maximum.
Responsible for the development and management of a large Day Training and Habilitation Program. Responsible for the overall supervision of staff. Responsible for assuring that the program meets state, federal, and licensing/accreditation standards. Position assures the maximum number of individuals are served in the most appropriate community-based employment situations.
Bachelor's Degree in Human Service or related field required.
Three years of experience working with people with disabilities in a management capacity.
Supervisory experience prefened.
Knowledge of 245D licensing standards required.
Monday-Friday with hours between 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Commensurate with qualifications and experience + benefits.
To assist program participants with daily living skills and personal care needs and to support participants in program activities and community outings, as indicated in their service plan. Lead and supervise daily activities. Assist staff and participants in the organization, set-up and clean-up of activity programs, meals and special events. Document attendance, program participation and progress in meeting service plan goals. Perform other duties as assigned.
High School diploma.
One year working with individuals with disabilities preferred.
Ability to work with groups and individuals with physical and cognitive impairments.
Must have good written and verbal communications skills.
Must be willing to receive DHS required trainings.
Requires a valid Minnesota Driver's license, insurance and the ability to provide own transportation to work.
Monday-Friday with hours between 7:30 am and 3:30 pm.