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LEAP is an equal opportunity employer and we provide a progressive work environment that offers employees a wide range of benefits. Open positions are posted below.  Join the team!  


LEAP is currently seeking an experienced Human Resource Director to support the evolving personnel needs of a growing organization. The candidate should have a background in personnel management and advocacy.

The HR Director role will include, but is not limited to employee relations, recruitment, benefit administration, employment law, performance management, human resource communications and policy. This position is a part of the Senior Leadership team.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage and resolve complex employee relations
  • Manage the recruiting and onboarding process. Assist in new staff orientation as assigned.
  • Administer all aspects of benefits, including leading the annual renewal decision making process.
  • Maintain knowledge of legal requirements related to day to day management of employees.
  • Guide managers performance management (Coaching, counseling, disciplinary action, career development.)
  • Provide HR policy guidance and interpretation and ensure adherence. Research evolving employment law as it applies.
  • Oversee worker’s compensation, OSHA compliance and Chairs the Safety Committee.
  • Assist in processing payroll working closely with the Finance department.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate, advise and consult with others.
  • Skilled in presenting a broad range of human resources support to leadership.
  • Ability to work independently to meet deadlines and organizational goals.
  • A demonstrated ability of working in a fast-paced environment with proficiency in meeting the shifting priorities.
  • Highly organized and motivated.
  • Reliable transportation and a valid Maine Driver’s License with a record that meets LEAP’s Driving Policy Guidelines.
  • Fit into the LEAP culture of hard work, mutual respect, accountability and passion for the important work we do.

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree in Business management or Human resources preferred. Master’s degree a plus. Associate’s degree certifications and/or years of experience will be considered.

Experience:

At least 3 years of experience in Human Resources required, 5 plus years preferred. Background working for a non-profit is helpful.

Qualified applicants must first complete the employment application (button top of page).

Then send letter of interest and resume to:
Sarah Judd, Human Resource Director
LEAP, Inc., 128 Weld Road, Suite 1, Wilton, ME 04294
Fax: 778-6070 or e-mail: sjudd@leapcommunity.org

Deadline: 1-22-2021

 


Full-time Case Manager 

LEAP believes in the worth and dignity of all people. We want everyone we support to reach beyond their limitations and truly experience all that life has to offer – and we are looking for a special person who will find joy in helping them do so.

We are seeking an organized and motivated Community Case Manager to be an advocate for and work closely with adults with developmental disabilities/autism, their families and support teams to:

  • Evaluate strengths, needs and desires – including medical, social, educational and vocational
  • Identify, obtain and monitor services and connect members to community resources

Requirements:

  • Ability to work independently to meet caseload assignments, deadlines and organizational goals.
  • Highly organized and motivated.
  • The willingness to travel in the assigned regional area to complete caseload assignments.
  • Reliable transportation and a valid Maine Driver’s License with a record that meets LEAP’s Driving Policy Guidelines.
  • Fit into the LEAP culture of hard work, mutual respect, accountability and passion for the important work we do.

Education:
A Bachelor’s Degree is required with a specialization in one of the following areas or a closely related field: Psychology, Mental health/Human services, Behavioral health, Behavioral sciences, Social work, Human development, Special education, Counseling, Rehabilitation, Sociology or Nursing.

LEAP offers a competitive salary and benefits package, a progressive workplace environment and an opportunity to help fulfill our charitable mission through meaningful work.

Complete our online application.   Then send a letter of interest and resume to:

Kristin McPherson, Associate Director of Case Management
LEAP, Inc.
128 Weld Road, Suite 1
Wilton, ME 04294
Fax: 778-6070 or
e-mail: kmcpherson@leapcommunity.org

Deadline: 1/22/2021


LEAP is hiring Direct Support Professionals!
Pandemic sign-on bonus, flexible scheduling and paid training!

We are paying a $250 sign-on bonus for multiple part-time and full-time openings. $250 will be given after completion of orientation with an additional bonus after 6 months of employment.

In addition, DSPs will receive temporary stabilization pay for all hours worked once hired.

We offer a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, short term disability and life insurance, including paid time off.

The Residential Programs at LEAP are seeking people to join our team of Direct Support Professionals (DSP) who have excellent communication skills, dedication and advocacy potential to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live actively in their community.

If you’ve been looking to make a difference with your work but weren’t sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place.

Becoming a Direct Support Professional means not only making a difference in someone else’s life, but also in your own.

Prior experience in the field is preferred and proficiency in American Sign Language is a plus in some residential homes. Certifications in CPR, Direct Support Professional, MANDT and CRMA are ideal, but not required. LEAP will provide paid trainings upon hire for those who do not have experience. All candidates must demonstrate: Motivation and compassion, the ability to work within a team environment, a cooperative spirit and an eagerness to continually improve skills & knowledge.

Job Requirements:
• High School Diploma or GED
• At least 18 years of age
• Valid Maine driver’s license with a safe driving record
• Ability to attend mandated monthly staff meetings

For more information:
Sarah Judd, Human Resource Director

sjudd@leapcommunity.org
 207-778-3443


To learn more about Direct Support Professionals, visit http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mainedirectserviceworker/

Town Farm Road

Full-Time: Program Support 1
Week 1
Sunday: 7am-5pm

Monday: 6am-1pm 
Tuesday: 9:30am-8pm 
Wednesday: 9:30am-3:30pm 
Thursday: 9:30am-1pm 

Week 2
Sunday: 12pm-5pm

Monday: 6am-1pm 
Tuesday: 9:30am-8pm 
Wednesday: 3pm-8pm 
Thursday: 9:30am-1pm 

Part-time DSP: 14 hours 
Sunday: 8am-3pm
Tuesday: 1pm-8pm
Once a month: Wednesday 12pm-2pm
Once a month: 9:30am-11:30am

For more information, contact:
Kim Sequoia, Program Administrator
207-860-8452
ksequoia@leapcommunity.org

Industry Road

Full-Time DSP: 40 hours
Sleep Hours: 11pm-6am

Wednesday 9pm-8am Thursday
Thursday 9pm – 6am Friday
Friday 9pm – 6am Saturday
Saturday 9pm – 8am Sunday

For more information, contact:
Matt Levensalor
207-778-1724
matthew@leapcommunity.org

Home Supports

Monday: 1:30pm-8pm 
Tuesday: 1:30pm-8pm 
Every-other Friday: 2pm-8pm
Every-other Saturday: 8am-5pm

For more information, contact:
Laurie Blake,  Administrator:
207-491-1446
lblake@leapcommunity.org

Franklin Heights – Farmington

Full-time DSP: 31.5 hours per week
Wednesday: 9:30am-1pm 
Thursday: 9:30am-7:30pm
Friday: 9:30am-7:30pm
Saturday: 1pm-9pm 

Part-time DSP: 27.5 hours per week
Thursday: 6am-1pm
Friday: 10pm-6am
Saturday: 9pm-6am (sleep shift)
Monday: 9:30am-1pm

Part-time DSP: 25.5 hours per week
Monday: 6am-1pm
Tuesday: 6am-1pm
Friday: 6am-9:30am
Saturday: 10pm-6am

Full-time DSP: 33 hours per week
Monday: 9:30am-1pm 
Tuesday: 9:30am-1pm 
Friday: 6am-1pm
Saturday: 10am-7:30pm
Sunday: 10am-7:30pm

For more information, contact:
Loriann Crockett, Program Administrator:
207-491-6810
lcrockett@leapcommunity.org

Our House – Farmington

Full-time DSP: 37 hours
Sunday: 11am-11pm
Monday: 1pm-11pm
Wednesday: 1pm-11pm
Friday: 1pm-8pm

Full-time DSP: 34 hours
Wednesday: 7am-1pm
Thursday: 1pm-11pm
Friday: 1pm-11pm
Saturday: 3pm-11pm

Full-time DSP (temporary*): 30 hours
Sunday: 3pm-8pm
Monday: 7am-1pm
Tuesday: 7am-8pm
Friday: 7am-1pm

*Hours subject to change for day shift 

For more information, contact:
Katrina Fay, Program Administrator
207-491-1285
katrina@leapcommunity.org


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LEAP is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its hiring practices or services provided.