Employees for Ralph Scott Lifeservices, Inc. are recruited and hired without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or disability.
All applicants who are offered a position with Ralph Scott Lifeservices, Inc. are required to have background screen, motor vehicle report (MVR), reference checks, physical (including TB test) and drug screen as well as satisfactory completion of a six-month orientation period.
Applicants must have a valid North Carolina driver’s license for at least three years.
Applicants must also be able to drive a 15-passenger van if your position requires it
We are always looking for qualified staff and have many opportunities for employment. Please complete an application by clicking the button below. Once you have completed the application click the submit button at the bottom of the page. If you have questions about any of our openings or want more information, please call 336-227-1011 and someone will direct your call to the appropriate person in Human Resources.
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Ralph Scott Lifeservices, Inc offers benefits, holidays, vacation, sick leave, and other benefits for full time employees. We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have about our organization, mission, and positions available. To learn even more about what we do explore our website and Facebook page. We are currently offering a referral and hiring bonus and have many full time and part time positions available.
We provide Covid-19 testing for all new hires. We provide Covid-19 vaccinations for all employees. Masks are worn at all times in the group homes and elsewhere on the properties as well. Periodic testing of unvaccinated employees is scheduled.
Referral and Hiring Bonuses
Beginning APRIL 16, 2023, RSL will offer a REFERRAL BONUS of $150 to employees who refer a person for employment who is offered a job, meets background requirements, and successfully completes the 6-month orientation period of work. $150 will be paid to the referring employee when the applicant successfully completes the 6-month orientation work period. The bonus payment will be added to the paycheck of the referring employee for the pay period following the 6-month orientation completion date.
In addition, on APRIL 16, 2023, RSL will begin offering a HIRING BONUS of $150 to newly hired employees. $150 will be paid to the new employee when he/she successfully completes the 6-month orientation work period. The bonus will be added to the successful employee’s paycheck for the pay period in which the event occurs.
Current Job Openings
PROGRAM COORDINATOR I – ICF/IDD
The Program Coordinator I-ICF is responsible for managing activities of assigned group home(s) and assuring that they are completed in an efficient manner, while a safe and healthful environment conducive to individual growth is maintained. The PCI position is under the direction of the Director of ICF/IDD, while they supervise assigned direct service staff, as well as monitors performance to assure that individuals in the home(s) receive services and active treatment as prescribed.
SAMPLES OF DUTIES:
- Supervises and evaluates direct services staff, provides feedback to staff, and makes recommendations for commendation or disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal.
- Participates in the recruitment and hiring process and makes recommendations regarding employment of applicants.
- Schedules work hours and assignments for direct support staff and monitors for adequate staff coverage, control of overtime, and adherence to assigned schedules to maintain compliance with budget
- Monitors that programming standards are met for individuals in the assigned homes.
- Rotates “on call” responsibilities.
- Works flexible schedule to supervise staff and household activities on all shifts.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
- Ability to communicate both orally and in writing
- Abilty to understand and apply operating policies, licensing, and certification standards
- Ability to plan, organize and carry out work with considerable independence
- Ability to form relationships with individuals in the program.
- Ability to promote independence in daily living among those served
- Working knowledge of intellectual and other developmental disabilities
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, AND CREDENTIALS:
- A four year undergraduate degree and must meet the criteria for Associate Professional as outlined in COA NCAC 27G.0104.
- Must have own transportation for travel among RSL locations and on other RSL business.
Development and Community Engagement Director
The Development and Community Engagement Director is responsible for the coordination of events that Ralph Scott Lifeservices, Inc. (RSL) is leading or participating in to increase community awareness and/or raise funds to support agency programs and services. The person in this position assists with branding, marketing, and promotion of RSL. The person must show creativity, initiative, flexibility, good judgment and the ability to work collaboratively with RSL staff.
- Effectively articulates RSL mission and values.
- Serves as a community ambassador, fulfilling speaking engagements, and other opportunities to share the story of RSL.
- Identifies, implements and manages donor software.
- Maintains relationships with current donor base while cultivating potential donors.
- Provides stewardship to current and potential donors.
- Tracks metrics for all events
- Ability to seek out and submit grant opportunities.
- Organizes and manages all RSL fundraising and special events.
- Advises BOD with fundraising progress.
- Works with BOD to create and implement annual fundraising short and long- term goals.
- Creates engaging presentations, marketing materials, social media content, and annual reports highlighting RSL program impact.
- Identifies, writes and manages grant activities.
- Has an understanding of legacy/planned gifting.
- Works to expand growth of current endowment.
- Meet donor needs by providing strategies and opportunities that raise revenue and other resources while building trust and benefiting both parties.
- Proficient with social media platforms
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Works independently
- Working knowledge of G-Suite and/or Windows Suite
- Ability to multi-task
- Excellent organization and time management skills
- Has an understanding of key fundraising sources.
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERINCE:
- 3+ years proven fundraising experience.
- BS in Non-Profit Management, Business, Journalism or related field
- Sitting, walking or standing for extended periods of time when performing duties inside or outside the work office will be required.
- Frequent use of computer, mouse and keyboard.
- Occasional lifting and/or moving up to twenty (20) pounds.
- Subject to bending, reaching and twisting.
- Ability to hear and speak to exchange information in person, online and on the telephone.
- Must be able to prepare and present oral presentations.
- Must be able to travel to various event engagements and donor locations.
Direct Support Professional
This Direct Support Professional is responsible for maintaining a therapeutic but homelike setting in an adult group home environment by providing direct care to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) program or Community Residential Support Services (CRSS). This position provides direct personal care to individuals while allowing the individuals receiving direct care to become as independent as possible. This position is responsible for the overall developmental care of individuals.
- Familiarizes self with the principles of normalization and adopts these principles as a working philosophy.
- Provides individuals receiving direct care with appropriate supervision and assures their safety.
- Assures the protection of individual rights and assures that individuals receiving direct care are free from abuse, neglect, exploitation, and mistreatment.
- Provides appropriate documentation including daily data and progress notes on each individual receiving direct care in the house log, and on various forms.
- Serves as a participant in the individual’s Individual Program Plan meeting. The Direct Support Professional is responsible for providing information regarding the individual and his/her goals and assisting in the development of new goals and modification of existing goals.
- Administers prescribed medication according to the procedures after successful completion of the Medication Administration course.
- Keeps the Program Coordinator informed on any problems or concerns.
- Provides active treatment to individuals receiving direct care as prescribed in their Individual Program Plans.
- Assists individuals receiving direct care in their daily routine while allowing them to be as independent as possible. Daily routines include areas of personal hygiene, self-help, social interaction, as well as domestic and leisure activities.
- Maintains a clean, healthy, safe environment in which individuals receiving direct care live and learn.
- Assists the individuals in maintaining contact with parents and friends.
- Serves as a role model to individuals receiving direct care.
The position requires:
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Valid driver’s license of at least 3 years’ duration
- Clean criminal background check
Various shifts available
Full and part-time positions are available.
Community Living Coach
The Community Living Coach is responsible for implementation of services to individuals in the Supported Community Living area of the CRSS program. The CLC is also responsible for working to help individuals reach their maximum level of independence within the community. CLCs assist individuals in day-to-day activities and operations of the homes in which they live. CLCs also asist individuals in securing all necessary services such as doctor appointments, transportation, and other services as dictated by the person centered plan.
- Familiarises self with the principles of Normalization and adopts these principles as working philosophy
- Becomes familiar with Outcome Based Measures as the standard for providing quality services for the individuals served
- Participates in Personal Futures Planning updates
- Provides transportation/assistance to individuals in obtaining services identified in the Personal Futures Plan
- Assists individuals in learning their roles within the larger community (ex.–neighbor, employee, friend, student) and facilitates opportunities for individual to explore these roles
- Provides documentation as directed by the QDDP, Community Living Associate Director or Assistant Associate Director, and/or psychologist
- Provides the support and training necessary for individuals to progress toward a full and normalized life within the community
- Teaches the individuals served to maintain their homes and provides assistance as needed
- Carries out the habilitation goals which the QDDP and the Community Living Associate Director or Assistant Associate Director have developed with emphasis and quality based on outcomes for the individual served
The position requires:
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Valid driver’s license of at least 3 years’ duration
Clean criminal background check