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BEMIDJI / RED RIVER VALLEY

Qualified Professional

Sorry, we're not hiring QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS at this location at this time.

DULUTH

$30+/hour

Qualified Professional

REGISTERED NURSE (RN)

The ideal candidate is flexible, a team player with good computer skills, and must be willing to travel a large area. The QP's purpose is training, supervision and evaluation of PCAs and the services they deliver, as well as to evaluate the effectiveness of PCAs.

 

Duties:
- Travel to clients' homes
- Travel to different office locations
- Supervise, train, orientate, and evaluate PCAs
- Develop care plans
- Maintain open communication between clients, staff, and case managers
- Evaluate the effectiveness of PCA services

Requirements & Qualifications:
- REGISTERED NURSE (RN)
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be willing to oversee a team and travel throughout the region
- Have demonstrated ability to work with little direct supervision and make appropriate judgments
- Have demonstrated dependability, tact and ability to follow orders
- Possess good interpersonal communication skills
- Possess, and maintain good physical and mental health
- Must not have jeopardized health and welfare of vulnerable adults through physical abuse, sexual abuse or neglect
- Be able to pass a state and FBI background check
- Valid driver's license and proof of vehicle liability insurance

SANDSTONE

Qualified Professional

Sorry, we're not hiring QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS at this location at this time.

HIBBING

$28 - $30+/hour

Qualified Professional

SOCIAL WORKER

The ideal candidate is flexible, a team player with good computer skills, and must be willing to travel a large area. The QP's purpose is training, supervision and evaluation of PCAs and the services they deliver, as well as to evaluate the effectiveness of PCAs.

 

Duties:
- Travel to clients' homes
- Travel to different office locations
- Supervise, train, orientate, and evaluate PCAs
- Develop care plans
- Maintain open communication between clients, staff, and case managers
- Evaluate the effectiveness of PCA services

Requirements & Qualifications:
-LICENSED SOCIAL WORKER
- Current license in Minnesota
- Bachelor's Degree
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be willing to oversee a team and travel throughout the region
- Have demonstrated ability to work with little direct supervision and make appropriate judgments
- Have demonstrated dependability, tact and ability to follow orders
- Possess good interpersonal communication skills
- Possess, and maintain good physical and mental health
- Must not have jeopardized health and welfare of vulnerable adults through physical abuse, sexual abuse or neglect
- Be able to pass a state and FBI background check
- Valid driver's license and proof of vehicle liability insurance

BEMIDJI / RED RIVER VALLEY

$17.20 - $19/hour

PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT
The Personal Care Assistant (PCA) performs services with clients who are unable to live independently in the community without assistance. The Personal Care Assistant works within the guidelines of a plan of care established by the client and supervising Qualified Professional (QP).

PCAs MUST:

- Be at least sixteen (16) years of age
- Be willing to complete (or have already completed) the MN DHS training program that provides skills required to perform services (CNA, HHA, or other training may be approved for substitution)
- Demonstrate ability to work with little direct supervision and make appropriate judgments
- Demonstrate dependability, tact, and ability to follow orders
- Possess good interpersonal communication skills
- Possess, and maintain good physical and mental health
- Not have jeopardized health and welfare of vulnerable adults through physical abuse, sexual abuse or neglect
- Be able to pass a state and FBI Background check
- Must be adaptable to a variety of environments and settings in the community
- Must be able to assess clients' physical and emotional needs and be able to respond appropriately
Preferred: Valid driver's license and proof of vehicle liability insurance


A PCA's Purpose:

- Provide services necessary to maintain client's personal health and safety
- Assist client to complete daily living skills such as dressing/undressing, oral hygiene, bathing, grooming, hair washing, and other personal hygiene needs
- Perform transfers, turning, and positioning
- Provide assistance with food, nutrition and diet-related activities
- Assist with incidental household services
- Assist with medications (normally self-administered)
- Accompany client to obtain medical diagnoses or treatment
- Maintain client confidentiality; treat clients and families with respect
- Understand, accept and respond to the emotional needs of each client
- Perform other related duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary

Physical & Environmental Demands:

- Lifting clients, bending, stooping, and stretching

DULUTH

$17.20 - $19/hour

PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT

The Personal Care Assistant (PCA) performs services with clients who are unable to live independently in the community without assistance. The Personal Care Assistant works within the guidelines of a plan of care established by the client and supervising Qualified Professional (QP).

PCAs MUST:

- Be at least sixteen (16) years of age
- Be willing to complete (or have already completed) the MN DHS training program that provides skills required to perform services (CNA, HHA, or other training may be approved for substitution)
- Demonstrate ability to work with little direct supervision and make appropriate judgments
- Demonstrate dependability, tact, and ability to follow orders
- Possess good interpersonal communication skills
- Possess, and maintain good physical and mental health
- Not have jeopardized health and welfare of vulnerable adults through physical abuse, sexual abuse or neglect
- Be able to pass a state and FBI Background check
- Must be adaptable to a variety of environments and settings in the community
- Must be able to assess clients' physical and emotional needs and be able to respond appropriately
Preferred: Valid driver's license and proof of vehicle liability insurance


A PCA's Purpose:

- Provide services necessary to maintain client's personal health and safety
- Assist client to complete daily living skills such as dressing/undressing, oral hygiene, bathing, grooming, hair washing, and other personal hygiene needs
- Perform transfers, turning, and positioning
- Provide assistance with food, nutrition and diet-related activities
- Assist with incidental household services
- Assist with medications (normally self-administered)
- Accompany client to obtain medical diagnoses or treatment
- Maintain client confidentiality; treat clients and families with respect
- Understand, accept and respond to the emotional needs of each client
- Perform other related duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary

Physical & Environmental Demands:

- Lifting clients, bending, stooping, and stretching

SANDSTONE

$17.20 - $19/hour

PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT
The Personal Care Assistant (PCA) performs services with clients who are unable to live independently in the community without assistance. The Personal Care Assistant works within the guidelines of a plan of care established by the client and supervising Qualified Professional (QP).

PCAs MUST:

- Be at least sixteen (16) years of age
- Be willing to complete (or have already completed) the MN DHS training program that provides skills required to perform services (CNA, HHA, or other training may be approved for substitution)
- Demonstrate ability to work with little direct supervision and make appropriate judgments
- Demonstrate dependability, tact, and ability to follow orders
- Possess good interpersonal communication skills
- Possess, and maintain good physical and mental health
- Not have jeopardized health and welfare of vulnerable adults through physical abuse, sexual abuse or neglect
- Be able to pass a state and FBI Background check
- Must be adaptable to a variety of environments and settings in the community
- Must be able to assess clients' physical and emotional needs and be able to respond appropriately
Preferred: Valid driver's license and proof of vehicle liability insurance


A PCA's Purpose:

- Provide services necessary to maintain client's personal health and safety
- Assist client to complete daily living skills such as dressing/undressing, oral hygiene, bathing, grooming, hair washing, and other personal hygiene needs
- Perform transfers, turning, and positioning
- Provide assistance with food, nutrition and diet-related activities
- Assist with incidental household services
- Assist with medications (normally self-administered)
- Accompany client to obtain medical diagnoses or treatment
- Maintain client confidentiality; treat clients and families with respect
- Understand, accept and respond to the emotional needs of each client
- Perform other related duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary

Physical & Environmental Demands:

- Lifting clients, bending, stooping, and stretching

HIBBING

$17.20 - $19/hour

PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT
The Personal Care Assistant (PCA) performs services with clients who are unable to live independently in the community without assistance. The Personal Care Assistant works within the guidelines of a plan of care established by the client and supervising Qualified Professional (QP).

PCAs MUST:

- Be at least sixteen (16) years of age
- Be willing to complete (or have already completed) the MN DHS training program that provides skills required to perform services (CNA, HHA, or other training may be approved for substitution)
- Demonstrate ability to work with little direct supervision and make appropriate judgments
- Demonstrate dependability, tact, and ability to follow orders
- Possess good interpersonal communication skills
- Possess, and maintain good physical and mental health
- Not have jeopardized health and welfare of vulnerable adults through physical abuse, sexual abuse or neglect
- Be able to pass a state and FBI Background check
- Must be adaptable to a variety of environments and settings in the community
- Must be able to assess clients' physical and emotional needs and be able to respond appropriately
Preferred: Valid driver's license and proof of vehicle liability insurance


A PCA's Purpose:

- Provide services necessary to maintain client's personal health and safety
- Assist client to complete daily living skills such as dressing/undressing, oral hygiene, bathing, grooming, hair washing, and other personal hygiene needs
- Perform transfers, turning, and positioning
- Provide assistance with food, nutrition and diet-related activities
- Assist with incidental household services
- Assist with medications (normally self-administered)
- Accompany client to obtain medical diagnoses or treatment
- Maintain client confidentiality; treat clients and families with respect
- Understand, accept and respond to the emotional needs of each client
- Perform other related duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary

Physical & Environmental Demands:

- Lifting clients, bending, stooping, and stretching

HOMEMAKER
Homemakers play a vital role in providing compassionate services to our clients. Homemakers focus on creating a comfortable and nurturing environment for individuals who may require assistance with daily tasks due to age, illness, or disability. Your dedication to enhancing the quality of life for our clients and supporting their independence is crucial to our mission.

Duties:
- Perform light housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean, safe, and organized living space for clients. This includes dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and cleaning common areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
- Assist clients with their laundry needs, including washing, drying, folding, and ironing clothes and linens. Ensure that laundry tasks are completed according to clients' preferences and instructions.
- Prepare nutritious and appetizing meals based on clients' dietary requirements, preferences, and any specific instructions provided by healthcare professionals or family members. Help with meal planning, grocery shopping, and maintaining kitchen cleanliness.
- Provide emotional support and companionship to clients by engaging in meaningful conversations, playing games, reading aloud, or accompanying them on walks or outings as appropriate. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust and respect.
- Assist clients with errands such as picking up prescriptions, grocery shopping, or attending medical appointments. Safely transport clients to and from appointments or recreational activities using company vehicles or public transportation.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to help others
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with clients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently
- Physical stamina and mobility to perform housekeeping duties and assist clients with activities of daily living
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Valid driver's license and a clean driving record (if transportation services are required)

DULUTH

$15.25/hour

HOMEMAKER

Homemakers play a vital role in providing compassionate services to our clients. Homemakers focus on creating a comfortable and nurturing environment for individuals who may require assistance with daily tasks due to age, illness, or disability. Your dedication to enhancing the quality of life for our clients and supporting their independence is crucial to our mission.

Duties:
- Perform light housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean, safe, and organized living space for clients. This includes dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and cleaning common areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
- Assist clients with their laundry needs, including washing, drying, folding, and ironing clothes and linens. Ensure that laundry tasks are completed according to clients' preferences and instructions.
- Prepare nutritious and appetizing meals based on clients' dietary requirements, preferences, and any specific instructions provided by healthcare professionals or family members. Help with meal planning, grocery shopping, and maintaining kitchen cleanliness.
- Provide emotional support and companionship to clients by engaging in meaningful conversations, playing games, reading aloud, or accompanying them on walks or outings as appropriate. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust and respect.
- Assist clients with errands such as picking up prescriptions, grocery shopping, or attending medical appointments. Safely transport clients to and from appointments or recreational activities using company vehicles or public transportation.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to help others
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with clients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently
- Physical stamina and mobility to perform housekeeping duties and assist clients with activities of daily living
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Valid driver's license and a clean driving record (if transportation services are required)

SANDSTONE

$15.25/hour

HOMEMAKER
Homemakers play a vital role in providing compassionate services to our clients. Homemakers focus on creating a comfortable and nurturing environment for individuals who may require assistance with daily tasks due to age, illness, or disability. Your dedication to enhancing the quality of life for our clients and supporting their independence is crucial to our mission.

Duties:
- Perform light housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean, safe, and organized living space for clients. This includes dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and cleaning common areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
- Assist clients with their laundry needs, including washing, drying, folding, and ironing clothes and linens. Ensure that laundry tasks are completed according to clients' preferences and instructions.
- Prepare nutritious and appetizing meals based on clients' dietary requirements, preferences, and any specific instructions provided by healthcare professionals or family members. Help with meal planning, grocery shopping, and maintaining kitchen cleanliness.
- Provide emotional support and companionship to clients by engaging in meaningful conversations, playing games, reading aloud, or accompanying them on walks or outings as appropriate. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust and respect.
- Assist clients with errands such as picking up prescriptions, grocery shopping, or attending medical appointments. Safely transport clients to and from appointments or recreational activities using company vehicles or public transportation.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to help others
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with clients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently
- Physical stamina and mobility to perform housekeeping duties and assist clients with activities of daily living
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Valid driver's license and a clean driving record (if transportation services are required)

HIBBING

$15.25/hour

HOMEMAKER
Homemakers play a vital role in providing compassionate services to our clients. Homemakers focus on creating a comfortable and nurturing environment for individuals who may require assistance with daily tasks due to age, illness, or disability. Your dedication to enhancing the quality of life for our clients and supporting their independence is crucial to our mission.

Duties:
- Perform light housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean, safe, and organized living space for clients. This includes dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and cleaning common areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
- Assist clients with their laundry needs, including washing, drying, folding, and ironing clothes and linens. Ensure that laundry tasks are completed according to clients' preferences and instructions.
- Prepare nutritious and appetizing meals based on clients' dietary requirements, preferences, and any specific instructions provided by healthcare professionals or family members. Help with meal planning, grocery shopping, and maintaining kitchen cleanliness.
- Provide emotional support and companionship to clients by engaging in meaningful conversations, playing games, reading aloud, or accompanying them on walks or outings as appropriate. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust and respect.
- Assist clients with errands such as picking up prescriptions, grocery shopping, or attending medical appointments. Safely transport clients to and from appointments or recreational activities using company vehicles or public transportation.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to help others
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with clients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently
- Physical stamina and mobility to perform housekeeping duties and assist clients with activities of daily living
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Valid driver's license and a clean driving record (if transportation services are required)

RESPITE CAREGIVER
Respite Caregivers provide essential support to individuals and families who are caring for loved ones with special needs, disabilities, or chronic illnesses. This role is to offer temporary relief to primary caregivers, allowing them time to rest and recharge while ensuring the well-being and safety of their loved ones.

Duties:
- Provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) as needed, including bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, and mobility assistance. Respectfully uphold clients' dignity and independence while delivering personalized care.
- Engage with care recipients in meaningful activities and conversations to promote mental stimulation, emotional well-being, and social connection. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust, empathy, and respect.
- Maintain a vigilant watch over care recipients to ensure their safety and well-being at all times. Be prepared to respond promptly to emergencies or unexpected situations, following established protocols and procedures.
- Assist with medication reminders and administration according to prescribed schedules, ensuring compliance with healthcare plans and medication regimens. Maintain accurate records of medication administration and any observed side effects or concerns.
- Perform light housekeeping duties to maintain a clean, safe, and comfortable environment for care recipients. This may include tidying up living areas, washing dishes, laundry assistance, and meal preparation as needed.
- Provide temporary relief to primary caregivers by taking over caregiving responsibilities during scheduled respite periods. Offer emotional support, encouragement, and reassurance to caregivers, acknowledging the challenges they face and the importance of self-care.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to support individuals and families facing caregiving challenges
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with care recipients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to remain calm under pressure and handle stressful situations with grace and professionalism
- Physical stamina and mobility to assist with personal care tasks and respond to emergencies as needed
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Basic knowledge of caregiving principles, including hygiene practices, safety protocols, and medication management

DULUTH

$15.25/hour

RESPITE CAREGIVER

Respite Caregivers provide essential support to individuals and families who are caring for loved ones with special needs, disabilities, or chronic illnesses. This role is to offer temporary relief to primary caregivers, allowing them time to rest and recharge while ensuring the well-being and safety of their loved ones.

Duties:
- Provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) as needed, including bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, and mobility assistance. Respectfully uphold clients' dignity and independence while delivering personalized care.
- Engage with care recipients in meaningful activities and conversations to promote mental stimulation, emotional well-being, and social connection. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust, empathy, and respect.
- Maintain a vigilant watch over care recipients to ensure their safety and well-being at all times. Be prepared to respond promptly to emergencies or unexpected situations, following established protocols and procedures.
- Assist with medication reminders and administration according to prescribed schedules, ensuring compliance with healthcare plans and medication regimens. Maintain accurate records of medication administration and any observed side effects or concerns.
- Perform light housekeeping duties to maintain a clean, safe, and comfortable environment for care recipients. This may include tidying up living areas, washing dishes, laundry assistance, and meal preparation as needed.
- Provide temporary relief to primary caregivers by taking over caregiving responsibilities during scheduled respite periods. Offer emotional support, encouragement, and reassurance to caregivers, acknowledging the challenges they face and the importance of self-care.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to support individuals and families facing caregiving challenges
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with care recipients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to remain calm under pressure and handle stressful situations with grace and professionalism
- Physical stamina and mobility to assist with personal care tasks and respond to emergencies as needed
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Basic knowledge of caregiving principles, including hygiene practices, safety protocols, and medication management

SANDSTONE

$15.25/hour

RESPITE CAREGIVER
Respite Caregivers provide essential support to individuals and families who are caring for loved ones with special needs, disabilities, or chronic illnesses. This role is to offer temporary relief to primary caregivers, allowing them time to rest and recharge while ensuring the well-being and safety of their loved ones.

Duties:
- Provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) as needed, including bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, and mobility assistance. Respectfully uphold clients' dignity and independence while delivering personalized care.
- Engage with care recipients in meaningful activities and conversations to promote mental stimulation, emotional well-being, and social connection. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust, empathy, and respect.
- Maintain a vigilant watch over care recipients to ensure their safety and well-being at all times. Be prepared to respond promptly to emergencies or unexpected situations, following established protocols and procedures.
- Assist with medication reminders and administration according to prescribed schedules, ensuring compliance with healthcare plans and medication regimens. Maintain accurate records of medication administration and any observed side effects or concerns.
- Perform light housekeeping duties to maintain a clean, safe, and comfortable environment for care recipients. This may include tidying up living areas, washing dishes, laundry assistance, and meal preparation as needed.
- Provide temporary relief to primary caregivers by taking over caregiving responsibilities during scheduled respite periods. Offer emotional support, encouragement, and reassurance to caregivers, acknowledging the challenges they face and the importance of self-care.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to support individuals and families facing caregiving challenges
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with care recipients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to remain calm under pressure and handle stressful situations with grace and professionalism
- Physical stamina and mobility to assist with personal care tasks and respond to emergencies as needed
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Basic knowledge of caregiving principles, including hygiene practices, safety protocols, and medication management

HIBBING

$15.25/hour

RESPITE CAREGIVER
Respite Caregivers provide essential support to individuals and families who are caring for loved ones with special needs, disabilities, or chronic illnesses. This role is to offer temporary relief to primary caregivers, allowing them time to rest and recharge while ensuring the well-being and safety of their loved ones.

Duties:
- Provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) as needed, including bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, and mobility assistance. Respectfully uphold clients' dignity and independence while delivering personalized care.
- Engage with care recipients in meaningful activities and conversations to promote mental stimulation, emotional well-being, and social connection. Foster a warm and supportive relationship built on trust, empathy, and respect.
- Maintain a vigilant watch over care recipients to ensure their safety and well-being at all times. Be prepared to respond promptly to emergencies or unexpected situations, following established protocols and procedures.
- Assist with medication reminders and administration according to prescribed schedules, ensuring compliance with healthcare plans and medication regimens. Maintain accurate records of medication administration and any observed side effects or concerns.
- Perform light housekeeping duties to maintain a clean, safe, and comfortable environment for care recipients. This may include tidying up living areas, washing dishes, laundry assistance, and meal preparation as needed.
- Provide temporary relief to primary caregivers by taking over caregiving responsibilities during scheduled respite periods. Offer emotional support, encouragement, and reassurance to caregivers, acknowledging the challenges they face and the importance of self-care.

Qualifications:
- Compassionate and empathetic, with a genuine desire to support individuals and families facing caregiving challenges
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with care recipients, their families, and team members
- Reliable and responsible with the ability to remain calm under pressure and handle stressful situations with grace and professionalism
- Physical stamina and mobility to assist with personal care tasks and respond to emergencies as needed
- Ability to follow instructions, adapt to changing circumstances, and maintain confidentiality
- Basic knowledge of caregiving principles, including hygiene practices, safety protocols, and medication management

BEMIDJI / RED RIVER VALLEY

JOB COACH
Sorry, we're not hiring JOB COACHES at this location at this time.

DULUTH

JOB COACH
Sorry, we're not hiring JOB COACHES at this location at this time.

SANDSTONE

$21/hour

JOB COACH
PART-TIME SCHEDULE:
- Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8am - 1pm
- Occasional Fridays, 8am - 1pm

Our JOB COACH will...
- help individuals with disabilities ("clients") maintain employment by supporting them with workplace self-care, proper dress etiquette, personal hygiene, grooming skills, etc
- assist with training to strengthen & maintain skills, behaviors, and coworker relationships
- help support goals & progress
- help explain earned wages and impacts of benefits
- help clients thrive in their work environment

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:
- Experience as a job coach
- Experience working with people with disabilities
- Ability to adhere to regulations and standards
- Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
- Excellent organizational and problem-solving ability
- Respect to diversity
- Ability to inspire & motivate
- High school diploma; Bachelors in a relevant field is a plus

RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Develop effective job coaching and employment plans
- Communicate with clients to understand their goals and ambitions
- Assist clients to discover and overcome their personal barriers
- Assist clients to set goals
- Assess the strengths of clients and teach them to use them effectively
- Guide clients in learning to complete job tasks
- Assist in developing social and life skills
- Advise on workplace accommodations for people with disabilities
- Monitor and evaluate progress of clients
- Keep records and documentation and prepare appropriate reports

HIBBING

JOB COACH
Sorry, we're not hiring JOB COACHES at this location at this time.