Jobs

Developmental Disabilities Management Position Now Open

Contribute meaningfully to a caring community as a Household Director for adults with developmental disabilities. Direct a four person home in Northfield. Hire, schedule, train, and supervise staff, manage budgets, coordinate medical care, work with team to provide high quality, person-centered services.

30 hours per week. Option of creating a 40 hr/wk position by adding 10 hrs/wk direct support.

Minimum of 6 years combined relevant education and experience. Full benefits package including: medical, paid time off, life, and 401K match. Pay range $13.65 & up, DOE.

Submit letter & resume to jobs@laurabaker.org by February 2, 2015

Must pass background check and drug screening.


QDDP/Behavior Analyst Position Now Open

We are looking for a self-motivated, compassionate person to join our team. Duties include collecting and analyzing programmatic data, writing behavior support plans, monitoring psychotropic medications, and some direct care. Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field & experience working with people who have developmental disabilities required.

Full-time position with full benefits package.

By January 30th, 2015, submit: letter of application, resume, salary requirements, and 3 professional references to: jobs@laurabaker.org

ONLY email submissions accepted for this position. No phone calls.

Successful candidate must pass criminal background and drug screenings.


Direct Care Positions Now Open

What’s it like to work at Laura Baker Services Association?

OUR DIRECT CARE staff work in all locations. Experience working with people who have developmental disabilities is helpful, but not required. We will provide training. If you enjoy working with people, are dependable, have a positive attitude, and see the potential in others — LBSA has an opportunity for you!

OUR IN-HOME PROGRAM hires staff to work with adults living on their own, who need assistance to maintain their independence, as well as with children and adults living with their families. Typical duties may include assisting with community involvement and leisure activities, apartment maintenance, shopping, meal planning, cooking, banking and money management, hygiene and personal care, and health care such as exercise and medication management. In-Home staff need to be motivated, able to work independently, and must have dependable transportation.

OUR SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICE employs people to work within a team to maintain our community homes and provide services and a nurturing atmosphere to the clients living there. Staff provide individualized teaching, support, and assistance in the areas of hygiene, community access, household management, shopping, errands, leisure activities, health care, and others.

OUR OAK STREET CAMPUS staff provide direct support at one of our five homes on campus. A team of staff provides 24 hour supervision and assists clients in implementing their individual goals at each home. Typical duties include assisting clients with personal care, medication administration, managing challenging behaviors, leisure activities, daily charting of client goals, and community integration. Crisis intervention experience preferred. 

OUR SCHOOL staff work with students in a school setting. Primary responsibilities are implementing educational goals and behavior management. Crisis intervention experience preferred.

30 or more hours per week.
With FT status, the employee qualifies for Health & Dental benefits, Sick and Vacation days.
After one year of service, you are eligible for the company’s 401K plan.

20 or more hours per week.
With PT status, the employee qualifies for Sick and Vacation days.

REQUEST hardcopy APPLICATIONS VIA Email from Dixie at dixie@laurabaker.org or call 507-645-8866 ext. 126.


Employment Application

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

STEP 1: Please read this document before completing your application.

STEP 2: Complete the online employment application form.

STEP 3: Print the Affirmative Action and Reference forms. (PDF)