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Employment Opportunities

Are you a compassionate individual with superior time management and organizational skills? Join our dedicated team of professional men and women, committed to delivering quality services!

Our programs are tailored to the needs of the individuals we serve--children, adults, and seniors with disabilities. We offer support services that assist the individual in becoming or remaining independent in their community by providing opportunities to work on basic life skills such as meal preparation, health and fitness skills, and budgeting.

We have full-time and part-time positions available for the person seeking to work in a rewarding, purpose-driven environment. Please visit our Services tab for further information on our programs. 

Bring your high school diploma or GED, your valid drivers license and current vehicle insurance and apply in person, Monday through Friday, between 9:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. at 2312 Annie Baxter Avenue in Joplin. You may contact our Human Resources department via email at hr@cssmo.org

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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES:

RESOURCE COORDINATOR The Resource Coordinator is a professional position providing a variety of activities including coordinating the agency’s Resource Development and Public Relations   Duties also include providing administrative assistance to the Executive Staff and the Board of Directors.   This position requires knowledge of the agency, its mission, services provided, and individuals served. The position requires a high level of independent functioning.  Also, this position will, at times, deal with information and material of a confidential nature, and must adapt to interruptions and unexpected changes in priorities. 

CASE MANAGER -NEVADA MO AREA The functions of a Case Manager are planning supports, linking resources, quality enhancement, documentation, transition/transfer of case responsibility, individual transition, personal plan mentoring, in-take/screening admission, case closure and health care coordination.

ADVOCATE This is a direct support professional position. Click on the job title for a complete job description.

The Advocate supports the individuals we serve to ensure they are as independent as possible. Advocates will help to develop and maintain a positive relationship, teach daily living skills, and provide one-on-one or group community integration outings. Starting wage is $10.00/hour. If already certified, starting wage is $10.25/hour. An additional $.50/hour shift differential will be paid for awake overnight shifts (hours worked between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.)

FLOAT ADVOCATE (Must be willing to work at varied shifts and locations)

The Float Advocate performs all the Advocate responsibilities, but will work during varied shifts and locations. $12.00 an hour starting wage, with increase after successful completion of Medication Administration and Mandt training. If already certified, starting wage is $12.25 an hour. An additional + $.50/hour shift differential will be paid for awake overnight shifts (hours worked between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.)

PRIMARY ADVCOCATE

The Primary Advocate performs all the Advocate responsibilities, as well as preparing monthly paperwork, attending meetings as required by Supervisor, and performing various functions as assigned by the Supervisor. Starting wage for this position is $12.00 an hour. If already certified, starting wage is $12.25 an hour.

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Tuition Reimbursement Program

Qualifying current employees are eligible to receive up to $1,000 in tuition reimbursement per semester!

Employees must work three months for CSS before becoming eligible for the Tuition Reimbursement program. A copy of your final grades and fee statement for the semester are required along with a completed application form.

Tuition Reimbursement Form

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