AVAILABLE POSITIONS &
Our job means a lot to us - we’re aware of the positive impact we can make on the lives of others, and this is why we do what we do! We’re constantly looking to expand our efforts and we’re seeking compassionate staff members to join our team. Join us today and be a part of a team that knows what it means to provide exceptional service.
Helping Individuals Succeeds ' primary goal when recruiting new employees is to fill vacancies with persons who have the best available skills, abilities, or experience needed to perform the work. Decisions regarding the recruitment, selection, and placement of employees are made based on job-related criteria.
LICENSED PRATICIAL NURSE (LPN)
Provides normalized, therapeutic and preventative nursing care to adult individuals with intellectual disability within the scope of the Pennsylvania Nurse Law and in accordance with licensing standards and Helping Individuals Succeed Policies and Procedures. Prepares and administers medications as ordered by physicians in accordance with Medication Procedures.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL
Community Support Professionals help people make the leap to independence by assisting them as they explore their community and employment opportunities through new and exciting experiences. Community Support Professionals will provide opportunities and support for community inclusion, develop skills, and competitively help integrate employment.
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL (DSP)
The Direct Service Professional (DSP) is responsible for ensuring the health, safety and ongoing supervision of individuals receiving residential and/or community service supports. The DSP is responsible for assisting individuals in the fulfillment of their ISP outcomes and supporting the health, safety and the personal growth of our individuals.
The right candidate will be responsible for providing compassionate care and assistance to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. If you have prior experience working with developmentally disabled adults in a direct care role, we encourage you to apply for this position.
The Behavior Specialist develops, assesses, oversees, implements and monitors individualized Behavior Support Plans(BSPs). Conducts appropriate assessments (including functional behavioral assessments) to develop or modify BSPs, as well as determine the efficacy of each plan through data collection and analyses. Trains team in the necessary intervention techniques so that plans can be correctly implemented and ensures understanding of skills to the individuals team.
BILLING & PAYMENT SPECIALIST
The Billing and Payment Specialist is a billing support position within HIS. The Billing and Payment Specialist is responsible for the accurate entry and billing for clients receiving services in all HIS programs. The Billing Specialist is responsible for the ongoing reconciliation of the associated tracking reports, eligibility, verification, notification of changes in insurance, and client inactivity. Position also requires the handling of all accounts payable and accounts receivable throughout all HIS programs.
The employee in this classification shall report to the Program Manager. The employee is part of the treatment team of Intellectual Disabilities Services (IDS). The responsibility is treatment in function specifically care coordination, including but not limited to consumer assessments, service plans, and activities; development and implementation of staff in-service training that is relevant to consumer specific needs; Maintain compliance with state regulations and all reporting requirements.
The Employee in this position must have a Master's degree in a human service field with at least one year experience working directly with IDS population or Bachelor's degree in a human service field with three years’ experience working directly with IDS population.
IT SUPPORT SPECIALIST
The IT Support Specialist’s main duty is to offer assistance to computer system users. This may be with hardware, such as desktop computers, printers, scanners or handheld devices and/or software programs. The IT Support Specialist will generally track all instances of support by creating IT tickets using ticket-tracking software. They will update the status of each ticket as they successfully assist each user with their issues. Their assistance may be conducted in person for internal users or on the phone when assisting external users. Assist with VoIP system by adding/removing users and updating call queues. Identify and suggest possible improvements on procedures. Good customer service skills are important for IT Support staff.
Must have a car and a valid driver’s license. The Employee in this position must have a highschool degree or higher.
Helping Individuals Succeed is an equal opportunity employer. We extend equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, disability, age, genetic information, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws.