If you gain joy and fulfilment through serving, supporting and caring for people who have developmental disabilities and autism – you are encouraged to consider an outstanding career opportunity with Liberty Healthcare.
Liberty Healthcare helps people who have disabilities receive supports and services so they may achieve their personal goals while optimizing their health and independence.
Due to continued organizational growth, Liberty Healthcare is now hiring for several new full-time Assessor positions.
These are field-based roles which will allow you to primarily work remotely from home and also require you to travel to client locations throughout the region.
As an Assessor with Liberty Healthcare, your responsibilities and everyday work will include:
Leading in person and virtual meetings with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or autism, as well as their family members and caregivers
Gathering and interpreting pertinent information from individuals and their families and caregivers
Using standardized assessment tools to help determine needs for services and supports
Completing structured reports within established deadlines
As an Assessor and valued full-time employee of Liberty Healthcare you can expect:
Annual salary of $48,000
Eligibility for a $5,000 retention bonus after 18 months of employment
30 days of paid time off each year for holidays, personal, sick and vacation
Health insurance, 401k and many other benefits – click here for details.
Comprehensive training on best practices in person-centered assessment tools and techniques
Moreover, you will gain valuable resume-building skills and experience with Liberty’s high-performance culture and well-respected program.
You’re a good fit for an Assessor position with Liberty if you possess the following:
Professional or personal experience serving people who have autism and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities
Solid verbal communication skills, including the ability to engage people in productive conversations
Solid written communication, computer, active listening, and analytical skills
Residence in the State of Idaho
You must also be very organized, self-motivated, independent and able to be productive in an autonomous role.
Although a college degree is not required, individuals who have an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Special Education or a related human services field are encouraged to apply.
You have relevant work experience and transferrable skills if you’ve worked as a Direct Support Professional, Social Worker, Healthcare or Human Services Intake / Admissions Specialist, Case Manager, Social Services Professional, Service Coordinator, Case Worker or Client Advocate.
Liberty Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diversity, equality and inclusion are among our deepest-held values. We work to create an environment that attracts real talent and we seek to motivate, inspire and recognize high performance among all employees – regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or disability. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment.
If you're looking for an opportunity to be a part of something truly special – click “Apply” and submit your resume for immediate consideration.