Job Summary: Delivery of licensed Homemaking Supports and additional licensed support services in non-licensed community settings. The duties include, but are not limited to, picking up groceries & prescriptions, nearby errands, food preparation & cleaning.
Mount Olivet Rolling Acres – MORA – is a diverse and inclusive nonprofit that has supported adults, seniors and children with developmental disabilities, behavioral health needs as well as age-related and chronic medical conditions for over 50 years in the Twin Cities metro.
An array of services: Adult Day Services, Contracted Case Management, Community Supports, over 30 Residential Homes, Respite, Therapeutic Recreation, Training for Guardians & Families, and a unique therapeutic Summer Camp for Youth with Autism. Our Metro Crisis Coordination Program (MCCP) offers a safety net of crucial and cost-effective services for adults and children.
Pay: $15.00 Hourly; Starting with $1500 Retention bonus for full time
Open shifts currently; Monday & Fridays 2:30pm-5:30pm
Key Duties and Responsibilities of Community Support Homemaking Professional:
- Deliver homemaking and cleaning services to individuals living independently or with family.
- Ensure individuals are advised of, understand, and are empowered to exercise their rights with privacy practices/HIPAA, agency policy and procedures for maltreatment reporting, and agency policies and procedures for reporting a grievance.
- Assist individuals with cleaning and organizing tasks to maintain a household and maintain independent living status. Service areas may include but are not limited to surface and deep cleaning, laundry, grocery shopping, meal planning, and routine errands such as picking up prescriptions, scheduling appointments etc.
- Develop routines to maintain a household, and where possible engage with the individual receiving services for upkeep purposes between visits.
- Suggest products the person will need for completing tasks – cleaning products,
- Work in tandem with individual, guardian where applicable, Program Coordinators, and Program Supervisor for comprehensive community support
- Communicate with Program Coordinators and Program Supervisor about any potential barriers with completing homemaking visits and other issues that may interfere with person’s independence with community living.
- Complete all mandatory training determined by MORA or 245D regulations.
- Complete visit forms for every homemaking visit.
- Adhere to processes and procedures related to ADP and Electronic Visit Verification.
- Treat individuals supported with dignity and respect in the performance of duties outlined in this job description and to uphold the rights of those individuals.
- Provides person-centered services demonstrated through practice, action, and language.
- Works harmoniously with and shows respect to all internal and external individuals.
- Follows company policies and procedures.
- Other duties as assigned by Program Supervisor and/or Senior Program Director.
- Professional, personal, and volunteer experience working with people experiencing Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and/or Traumatic Brain Injury and/or Mental Illness is helpful, but not essential.
- Meet and maintain Qualification by Department of Human Services background check.
- Prior experience with cleaning and organization helpful but not essential.
- Ability to lift 10 pounds, carry, bend, vacuum etc.
- Must not be excluded from working in government health programs by the Office of Inspector General.
- Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle, and carry insurance as required by state law.
Benefits: Full-time employees receive a comprehensive and competitive benefit package including:
- Medical insurance with company sponsored health reimbursement account and health savings account
- Dental insurance
- Life insurance; employee, spouse and children’s coverage options
- Long-term disability and short-term disability
- Flexible spending; medical and dependent care
- 403b retirement plans that match after 1 years of employment
- Paid time off up to three weeks annually which increases after the first year of employment
- Opportunity for usage of our private vacation property west of Duluth (McGregor, MN)
- Awards for outstanding employee performance and promotion opportunities
- Generous tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities!
- Many opportunities for advancement. Mount Olivet Rolling Acres promotes from within.
Cherishing the big-hearted heritage of our beginnings, we actively advocate for equity and inclusion for the individuals we serve and for our employees. Healthy. Happy. Human. Join us. MORAcares.org/careers/
Mount Olivet Rolling Acres is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.