Employment type: full-time / non-exempt

Position Description: To monitor and ensure a residential program that promotes each person’s own independence and that meets their own individual needs.  Provide supervision, training and teaching opportunities to Independent Living Coordinators, so they can provide mentoring and support to the individuals in services. 

Job duties:

  • Must observe the standard job description for Independent Living Coordinators

  • Follow all consumers Service Plans, Individual Service and Support Plans, and the recommendations of the team members

  • Monitor ILC’s to ensure their support matches the Programs philosophies

  • Provide daily documentation, as per PPCH policies and procedures and the rules/ regulations of Health Care Policy and Financing

  • Review of all consumers records and staff documentation

  • All duties are carried out with the utmost professionalism and appropriate manner at all times

  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all consumers by providing proper supervision to staff and instructing/ training as needed

  • Maintain ongoing communication with supervisors, team members, family members regarding any issues, concerns, problems (i.e. programmatically and medically)

  • Responsible for conducting assessments of consumers, staff, and environment as directed by the Program Director

  • Oversee and maintain ILS functions.

  • Oversee and maintain consumer schedules for medical appointments and ensure proper follow through.

  • Observe confidentiality and of consumers and PPCH operations.

  • Review safety checks and communicate any concerns regarding PPCH vehicles

  • Maintain compliance with all PPCH policies/ procedures as well as those outlined by Division for Developmental Disabilities

  • Must attend and show competency in all PPCH training and meetings



  • Paid Vacation, Holidays and Sick time

  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance

  • 401k



  • High School diploma or equivalent

  • Ability to read and write English proficiently

  • Experience with the Colorado Developmental Disabilities system

  • Any experience or knowledge of the health care field

  • Working with others in a health care capacity

  • Good oral and written communication skills

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office components

  • Professional attitude and teamwork mentality

  • Outstanding attendance and ability to self-direct

  • Current/Valid Colorado Driver’s License

  • Good driving record that meets the requirements of agencies insurance carrier

  • Able to safely operate a 15 passenger van

  • Ability to pass criminal background checks

  • Ability to prove the right to work in the U.S.


Minimum Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:

  • Must be able to lift approximately 75lbs. 

  • Requires repetitive lifting and carrying of approximately 15lbs as it pertains to consumer care items and/or office supplies.

  • Must be able to push/pull a wheelchair with a consumer of moderate weight. 

  • Requires moderate amount of reaching over head and away from body

  • May be required to bend, stoop, squat as it pertains to assessing an environment.

  • Requires sitting at a desk for up to 8 hours with breaks and the ability to walk or stretch as needed.

  • May include repetitive motions such as typing and sitting at a computer, sorting recyclables.

  • Walking short distances

  • Driving for no more than one hour but may include several trips in one day.

  • Requires staff to squat and climb as it pertains to consumer care

  • Work is primarily indoors and out in the community, which does require driving and brief exposure to various elements and road conditions. 

  • Must be able to operate a vehicle in varying weather conditions. 

  • Must be cognitive and utilize safety skills while walking, driving and maneuvering through various weather conditions.

  • Must be able to sit in a moving vehicle for long periods of time.

  • Daily significant contact with agency personnel and its employees or contractors as well as outside governing agencies and benefit carriers. 

  • Daily significant contact with individuals with Developmental Disabilities.  Daily contact with community members and professionals within the community.

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. 

It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of essential functions, responsibilities or requirements.


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Arvada & Lakewood, CO
Parker Personal Care Homes 2018