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Racine Office Job Openings

Society's Assets Inc. prides itself on providing an excellent work environment for our employees!  We offer a competitive salary and benefits program.

 

Lead Support Aide - Full Time

Society's Assets has an exciting opportunity for a Lead Support Aide. This position would be based out of our Racine office with the service area being Racine and Kenosha. The Lead Support Aide is responsible for assisting the Home Care Program and the Human Resources Department with mentoring and training new and existing Personal Care Workers, helping to ensure competency of PCW's/Home Care Aides and by helping monitor Customer Satisfaction. The Lead Support Aide is responsible for providing personal care services to consumers in their own homes to assist them in living independently.

Qualifications Include:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent preferred
  • Two or more years experience in home care or related field
  • Prefer CNA license
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including participating in before/after hours, weekend and holiday on-call rotation
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to comprehend and complete appropriate paperwork
  • Must have reliable vehicle with you at all scheduled times, valid drivers license and maintain proper auto insurance coverage

Essential Job Functions:

  • Perform personal care services per individual care plan for the consumer
  • Participate in before/after hours, weekend and holiday on-call rotation
  • Provide mentor skills/duties and aide training in consumers homes and/or the office, including participation in training of DCC aides
  • Advising and supporting new aides while providing constructive and appropriate feedback about the aide that is being mentored
  • Perform Customer Service Visits

Please send cover letter and resume to Kate York HR Manager at kyork@societysassets.org

 


 

Independent Living Coordinator- Full Time

 

Society's Assets has an opening for a full-time Independent Living Coordinator in our Racine office. This position will focus on our Youth and Community Programs by facilitating classes in soft skills, self-advocacy, appropriate relationships, boundaries, hygiene, financial literacy, and other topics, both one-on-one with a participant or leading a group. These classes could be held in person with-in Kenosha and Racine high schools or via zoom. Our students can be any age, but are primarily teens and young adults. All of our students have a disability, mental health condition, or both. After each program, this position requires a clearly written report submitted in a timely fashion to our funding sources. It also includes curriculum development for exciting new programs and administrative tasks to support current programs.

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Services or other related field preferred
  • Two or more years of documented experience working with people with disabilities or firsthand experience with a disability required
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in written form
  • An insured vehicle and valid driver's license available for daily use or ability to arrange own transportation required
  • Knowledge of and ability to use computer and basic office programs including Microsoft Office and Zoom required

Essential Job Functions:

  • Implement instructional programs and lesson plans within small groups and/or one-on-one sessions
  • Assists in presenting written progress reports on students and communicating these reports to other staff at appropriate times
  • Provide agency and program required documentation
  • Provide Information and Referral Services
  • Provide Advocacy Services
  • Provide Peer Support Services
  • Provide Skill Training Services
  • Provide Civil Rights Awareness Services
  • Provide Assistive Technology and/or Home Modification Services
  • Support Consumers in the Development of Independent Living Plans
  • Employ professional judgment and continue professional development
  • Provide in-depth written analysis of benefits, written in language the consumer will be able to understand

Please send cover letter and resume to: Tricia Lewis, Director of Independent Living at tlewis@societysassets.org

 

 


Representative Payee - Full Time

Society's Assets has an opening for a full-time Representative Payee in our Racine Office. This position is responsible for providing financial management of benefits, information about available benefits, and advocacy services for persons with disabilities.

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Service Field preferred or life experience equivalent.
  • Two or more years experience working with persons with disabilities.
  • Prior experience working with benefits, subsidies, vouchers and work incentive programs for persons with significant disabilities and economically disadvantaged.
  • Two or more years experience with consumer directed services.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Manage each consumer's budget including assuring that basic needs are met (food and shelter) through timely payment of bills. Establishing a budget for each individual that meets their needs, assuring payment to creditors based on the individual's ability to pay.
  • Manage computer program to assure a daily balance of the Representative Payee Account.
  • Manage consumer files with current and accurate information in regards to rent verification, release of information and other duties.
  • Provide Social Security with annual (as requested) reporting of consumer's accounts.
  • Receive training necessary to stay well informed on all aspects of benefits and subsidies for persons with significant disabilities. SSI, SSDI, PASS, IRWE, MEDICARE, MEDICAID, LONG TERM SUPPORT, SUPPORTIVE HOME CARE, HOUSING SUBSIDIES, and all other work incentives, and subsidies.
  • Provide information to consumers regarding all aspects to benefits.
  • Provide effective communication to consumers, case managers and other service providers.
  • Provide agency and program required documentation.
  • Attend conferences/training both in and out of service area.

Please send cover letter and resume to: Tricia Lewis, Director of Independent Living  tlewis@societysassets.org    and 

                                                          Tyler Wilcox, Asst. Director of Independent Living  twilcox@societysassets.org

 

 

 


Personal Care Workers

The Personal Care Worker is responsible for providing personal care services to consumers in their home. These services support our mission to assist persons with disabilities to live independently. Primary job functions include, but are not limited to: bathing, dressing, toileting, light housekeeping, meal preparation and simple transfers.

Society's Assets accepts applications from individuals who have no experience providing personal care services but have the desire and commitment to be a caregiver.  Society's Assets will provide hands-on, individualized training to eligible applicants.

Qualifications include:

  • Experience in providing personal care services to others or capability to receive training to be a caregiver.
  • Ability to follow a written plan of care and work under the supervision of a Home Care Supervisor.
  • Must be caring and kind with a passion to help others.
  • Possess a high level of honesty and dependability.
  • Background checks including criminal background, references and interviews are completed on all qualified applicants before consideration for employment.

Please email cover letter and resume or call:

Danielle Gier
Lead Human Resources Coordinator
dgier@societysassets.org
262-637-9128


Certified Nursing Assistants

A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is a trained para-professional who provides supportive nursing services to consumers in their home.  These services support our mission to assist persons with disabilities to live independently.  The CNA will provide assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, etc. including medical necessary services such as ostomy care, catheter care and bowel program.

Qualifications include:

  • Must be current and in good standing on the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry.
  • Ability to follow a written plan of care and work under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Must be caring and kind with a passion to help others.
  • Possess a high level of honesty and dependability.
  • Background checks including criminal background, references and interviews are completed on all qualified applicants before consideration for employment.

Please email cover letter and resume or call:

Danielle Gier
Lead Human Resources Coordinator
dgier@societysassets.org
262-637-9128

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