Newly hired staff eligible for a $1000 Sign On Bonus!

Benefits available include sick and vacation time, Health/Dental/Prescription coverage through BCBS, Vision through Vision Care Direct, Aflac Policies, FSA/HSA, company paid life insurance, and retirement through KPERS.

DSNWK is also a qualifying employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. For more information on the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program available to employees visit: https://studentaid.gov/pslf/

Job Summary:

Hiring one full time position. Conduct workshops, in-services, and other training to meet the standards of the various funding and/or accreditation agencies for DSNWK. Implement and maintain a system-wide corporate compliance program. Conduct internal investigations related to claims of abuse, neglect, or exploitation.

Essential Functions:

Conduct training as required by DCF, KDADS, KDHE, and other licensing, funding or accrediting entities, or as requested for staff.

Review, evaluate, and modify existing training programs; recommend appropriate changes for improvement.

Develop and maintain quality materials, supplies and techniques to promote learning and retention of subject matter.

Assess and review staff training needs and develop training plans as needed.

Attend initial and ongoing training and meetings as directed.

Maintain and foster inter and intra-agency relationships benefitting training and the ANE investigation process.

Participate in DSNWK Innovation Teams, working toward completion of goals and objectives as established within the team.

Coordinate abuse/neglect/exploitation (ANE) reporting and investigative procedures for all DCF screened-in and KDADS reports which includes interviewing, report writing, follow-up, filing and correction planning for DSNWK.

Communicate or direct all DCF calls that are not screened-in, non-ANE calls and Corporate Compliance inquiries to the appropriate Director for a decision on how to proceed in the investigation and follow-up.

Assist in recruiting applicants for current and future position openings through community presentations, job fairs, local and online advertisement, and other sources.

Job Specifications:

Education – Bachelor’s Degree in comparable field preferred.

Experience – One year of experience in HR and providing staff training, in the developmental disability field preferred.

Extent of physical effort required – Routine job requirements. Little if any behavior or other physical intervention. Must be able to successfully demonstrate physical skills and techniques for Mandt and First Aid/CPR/AED classes.

Pay range: $15.50 – $16.87

Apply online at: https://dsnwk.e3applicants.com/careers

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About Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas

You can make a difference with DSNWK by working with individuals with developmental disabilities live with purpose! DSNWK provides flexible positions, gives credit for prior similar work experience (CNA, CMA, etc.), offers a wide variety of benefits including health insurance and a retirement plan, and is a family-oriented organization.