These are the positions currently available at Transitions:

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Direct Support Person

Part-time positions available to work with adults with developmental disabilities and/or mental illness.   Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and occasional overnights.  Excellent pay, bonuses, vacation, and sick accrual.  Requirements:  High school diploma or GED.  Direct Support Professional (DSP) designation preferred.

 Maintenance Worker

Taking applications for a maintenance worker with experience in basic plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and repair of machinery.  Trouble shooting skills in industrial, office, and residential settings required, along with medium-heavy work.  Must be able to:  pass background checks, drug test, and possess good driving record.  20 hours/week, day shift with excellent work environment.

Community Support Worker

Taking applications for a community support worker to coordinate services for adults who have serious mental illness.  Must work well with people, be organized, and enjoy community-based work.  Requires Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field, valid driver’s license, insurability, reliable transportation, and ability to pass background checks.  Primarily daytime hours with periodic after-hours on-call.  Full-time position with excellent benefits.

Part-time Driver

We’re taking applications for a driver to pick up and deliver product and assist with production operations.  Requires Class B driver’s license, clean driving record, experience driving a box truck, cargo van, and/or flatbed truck, and ability to pass criminal background check and drug test.  Heavy lifting required.  Part-time day position, Monday through Friday.

Janitorial

Responsible, reliable individuals to perform janitorial/housekeeping work.  Experience preferred, but will train.  Ability to pass background checks and drug test is required.  Part time, day and evening hours available.  No weekend work required.

Family Resource Developer

Assists families in achieving the best outcomes for children with emotional or behavioral problems, as a consumer of the mental health system.  Position includes linkage, parent support, and collaboration with families, children, and providers within the community.  Requirements: Personal experience navigating the mental health system with or on behalf of a child, HS diploma/GED, valid driver’s license/insurability, reliable transportation for travel within 3-county area, ability to pass background checks.  BA in human services field preferred.  Daytime and early evening hours, full time, excellent benefits.