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Staff Application

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Current Openings:

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Agency Management

  

PPRS is looking for a dynamic, detail oriented, self-motivating individual with a fantastic personality and communication skills to fill an Agency Management position. 

Agency Management Qualifications:

· High School Diploma at least one year of documented supervisory experience in the provision of personal care 

· Must be 21 years of age

· Must have ability to train and supervise current and oncoming staff. 

· Ability to complete required training

· Reliable Transportation is critical with the flexibility to travel within the Southern Colorado region

· Organization and multi-tasking will be key in this position

· Able to coordinate and manage respite care service 

· Capable writing and documentation skills

· Ability to pass multiple background checks 

The Agency Management position will include but not limited to home visits, interfacing with the Community Case Board, evaluations and monitoring of staff, home visits, interaction with parents/guardians and the individuals we support. This position is an ever-evolving position with the growth of PPRS. We are looking for an individual that not only fits our qualifications but has a wonderful personality to become the public face of PPRS. 

Employment pay and benefits will be discussed at interview, the greatest attribute of PPRS is the flexibility we give our staff to set their own schedules and providing what is needed for you the individual. One size does not fit all at PPRS and this is a wonderful benefit. 

Please send resumes to:

Beverly Seemann – CEO 

cmbev@hotmail.com

PPRS Office Manager

 

Office Manager Wanted:


Hours 9-5 Monday - Friday


• PPRS is looking for a highly energetic person with a great attitude in a fun environment. Organizational skills are a must

• Customer service and communication oriented

• Will need to help manage staff compliance

Our office manager must have reliable transportation.

Some knowledge of Special Needs and Respite work is needed. 


Position Duties:

• Filing 

• spreadsheets

• checking reference

• minimal errands

• scheduling

• ordering supplies 

• assisting the CEO & CFO in their daily work duties

• new staff orientations

• Willingness to learn and grow with an ever-expanding company


Please Send resumes to: 

Beverly Seemann – CEO

cmbev@hotmail.com

Homemaker Basic Positions Open

Homemaker Basic Positions Open


Includes:

routine light housecleaning, such as dusting, vacuuming, mopping and cleaning the bathroom and kitchen areas

meal preparation

bed making for the client only > laundry for the client only

shopping


Providers: Upon arrival, establish a routine for each visit so it is clear what is needed and expected. Before leaving each homemaker basic shift, have the parent/guardian walk through so you can explain what you accomplished while there before they sign your timesheet.


Does not include:

animal care, homemakers are not responsible for aquariums, terrariums, cages, litter boxes, kennels, outside yard area, etc. Service animals are no exception.


toy/book organization- toys and books can be gathered to one area for floor care, such as vacuuming and sweeping

personal care services

moving furniture or appliances, or climbing to clean

yard work, putting up holiday decorations, pool area


All cleaning supplies and equipment are to be supplied by the household receiving services.


Job Type: Contract

Salary: $12.00 /hour


Please Contact Beverly Seemann at 719-659-6344 for application

www.pikespeakrespiteservices.com

Homemaker Enhanced Positions Open

Homemaker Enhanced Guidelines:

 $14 per hour


Includes:
Same house hold tasks as described under homemaker basic with addition

of teaching the tasks or extraordinary cleaning


Goal based service- must fill out proper paper work and have an under standing of the service plan


Primary goal is to increase independence were applicable Extraordinary cleaning is a result of behavioral or medical needs,
such as need for dust-free environment due to allergies or cleaning of fecal smearing due to behaviors


Does not include:

animal care, homemakers are not responsible for aquariums, terrariums, cages, litter boxes, kennels, outside yard area, etc. 

Service animals are no exception.
toy/book organization- toys and books can be gathered to one area for floor care, such as vacuuming and sweeping
personal care services
moving furniture or appliances, or climbing to clean
yard work, putting up holiday decorations, pool area


Job Type: Contract

Salary: $14.00 /hour

Respite Care Provider Positions Open

Your Role as a Professional Caregiver :


A caregiver is committed to meeting the respite needs of a family, by providing a

consistent, safe, secure & fun environment.

A caregiver provides a service that gives parents the opportunity to renew their energy and commitment for the challenges of parenting their child with special needs and typical siblings.

A caregiver sets boundaries with whom they work and with the family while ad- hering to PPRS policies and procedures.

A caregiver duplicates, as much as possible, the family routines, rules, etc., ac- cording to the parents instructions and provides continuity of care while fol- lowing through with PPRS rules and regulations.

A caregiver knows to have both fun and boundaries set by his/her parents while providing care. Remember parents are the experts.

A caregiver needs to avoid triangulation and splitting, including splitting both within the family and between the family and professionals.

A caregiver respects confidentiality and privacy according to HIPPA laws.

A caregiver fills out PPRS paperwork daily including: Shift Checklist, Diaper Changing Log, Communication Log, Potty Schedules and Respite Room Clean- ing documents. These documents prove PPRS’s continuity of care and act as legal documents in a court of law.

A caregiver is to leave an environment better than it was found, if you see some- thing that needs to be done please help.

A caregiver will act as a professional while at PPRS adhering to the rules and regulations set forth by PPRS policies and procedures while respecting every- one at all times.


It is the caregiver’s responsibility to know the services allowed in the service plan. Please confirm any service plan changes with management, prior to working amended hours. Gastrostomy services are not allowed until prior client specific training and written authorization from PPRS.


  • Includes:

Short term break for primary caregiver
Respite services can be in the individual’s home or in the community

  • Sibling care when the client is receiving services as allowed by the service plan
  • Does not include:
  • Pet care
  • Care of non-siblings in the the home
  • Personal Care
  • Homemaker services beyond cleaning up after the individual receiving services during the shift

Job Type: Contract

Salary: $13.00 /hour

Community Connector Provider

Community Connector Guidelines: $21.00 per hour

Community Connectors must pass background checks and go through orientation just as our Respite Care Providers do.


Includes:


One on one support to support in the community
Variety of activities in the community
Opportunity to build natural relationships and supports
Interaction with individuals other than the service provider 

Goal-based service- must fill out proper paper work and have an under standing of service plan


Does not include:
Paying admission for the for movies, events, concerts etc.


https://pikespeakrespiteservices.com/staff-opportunities


Job Type: Contract

Salary: $21.00 /hour

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Pikes Peak Respite Services

4845 Old Brook Circle South, Colorado Springs, CO 80917, US

(719) 659-6344

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