The Mill House is Hiring!
When you walk through the front door of The Mill House, you realize this is not your average human service program. It feels modern. Everyone is playing a necessary role. People buzz around you with purpose. There is energy to this place.
This is no ordinary day program. This is not a place where people sit around waiting for a caregiver to get off work or to waste a day. This is real life community with the mission to move every individual forward toward a goal.
At The Mill House and Community Brain Injury Services we serve individuals that have sustained a life altering brain injury. We work with individuals to regain independence, rebuild self-confidence, fully re-engage in their community, and recover the work skills and behaviors needed to return to competitive employment.
The Mill House is seeking a Unit Coordinator responsible for coordinating daily work and program activities at the Clubhouse, helping program members develop coping strategies for cognitive, sensory, physical and/or emotional disability, providing case management services, and assisting members in achieving their goals and aspirations. Tasks within the work unit contribute to the Clubhouse, but also offer program members the opportunity to develop and practice everything from independent living skills to social skills to work skills. Unit Coordinators manage a caseload and provide service planning to members within the Clubhouse.
The Unit Coordinator position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a human-services related field, such as Social Work, Psychology, or Rehab Counseling. Successful applicants must demonstrate the ability to work as a part of a team, facilitate group and individual activities within the work Unit and in the community, and develop creative and person-centered service plans with individuals. Prior experience working with people with disabilities is preferred but not required.
Business hours are generally between 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday, but evening hours may be required once per month for recreational programming.
At Community Brain Injury Services, we embrace our differences, recognizing different starting points and meeting people where they are as we help them advance. Our goal is to create a psychologically safe environment where people are comfortable with the balance of power and are essential in decision making.
Community Brain Injury Services is committed to providing a workplace and programming that promotes these values. We celebrate and welcome the full spectrum of race, religion, belief, culture, national origin, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital, veteran, socio-economic and disability status.
Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter by Friday, November 25th.
- Bachelor’s Degree in a Human-Services Related field, such as Social Work, Psychology or Rehab. Counseling
- Desire for professional excellence and work ethic to match
- Positive attitude, quick smile, and strong person centered service philosophy
- Ability to work well on a team and initiate job activities independently
- Current driver’s license and willingness to submit to driving record and criminal record check
- Prior experience working with people with disabilities and/or individuals with brain injury
- Prior experience providing employment supports to individuals with disabilities.
- Full COVID vaccination status or openness to becoming fully vaccinated
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: From $37,500.00-$40,000.00 per year/commensurate with experience; Sign-on bonus after 90 days of employment
- 403(b) matching
- Flexible spending account
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Retirement plan