Improve lives by working with Residential Opportunities, Inc.

At ROI, we are always looking for caring, compassionate and talented individuals to join our team. We believe that our greatest asset is our staff, as they have the ability to effect positive change in the lives of the people that we serve. Offering excellent benefits and an upbeat atmosphere, ROI is an amazing place to work if you are looking to make a difference, both in the lives of our residents and in your own life. Because of our dedication to employing only the most qualified, dedicated and principled staff members, successful applicants must participate in the State of Michigan's Workforce Background Check Program.

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Direct Support Professional

Full and part time entry level staff positions providing long-term, direct care services to assist adults with developmental and physical disabilities lead full and rewarding lives in community settings.  Duties include:  supporting individuals in making day-to-day choices that lead to greater independence and community participation; providing personal, medical, and/or behavior management assistance as needed; and teaching and role modeling appropriate behaviors and daily living skills.  High school diploma / GED required.  Evening, overnight, and weekend shifts available.  Hourly wage begins at $10.75, adjusted for experience.

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Human Resources Assistant

Full-time position to provide technical and clerical assistance to the HR department.  Qualifications for the position include:  high school diploma or GED equivalent; demonstrated proficiency in word processing, development of spreadsheets, and database maintenance; excellent oral/written communication and customer service skills.  Applicants with Human Resources background preferred. Hourly wage begins at $12.75, adjusted for experience.

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Applied Behavior Analysis Tutor

Part time positions to provide direct behavioral services and one-on-one instruction to children and adolescents with autism served by the Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research Outpatient Services Programs.   Duties include:  providing instruction with respect to specific skill building goals; role modeling appropriate behaviors; providing personal assistance as needed; and promoting supportive relationships with children and parents. High school diploma/GED required; college coursework in psychology/applied behavior analysis/special education preferred. Day and evening shifts available.  Hourly wage begins at $12.76, adjusted for experience; Bachelor's degree begins at $14.09.

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Behavioral Technician

Full and part time positions to provide one-on-one instruction and support to children and adolescents with autism and severe behavioral challenges served by the Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research Intensive Treatment Program.  Duties include:  implementing behavioral interventions; assisting individuals in obtaining greater independence and community participation; and providing personal and/or medical assistance as needed. High school diploma/GED required; college coursework in psychology/applied behavior analysis/special education preferred. Evening, overnight, and weekend shifts available.  Hourly wage begins at $17.00, adjusted for experience; Bachelor's degree begins at $18.77.  

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Part time, hourly position to conduct initial evaluations/screenings and assist in the development and implementation of treatment plans for children, adolescents and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities served by the Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research Outpatient Clinic.  The position provides initial and on-going training to behavioral staff and caretakers to ensure quality programming and treatment using principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and evidence-based best practices and assists in the preparation and presentation of research data related to program outcomes.  Qualifications for the position include:  Master’s degree in Psychology, Special Education, or allied discipline which includes graduate level coursework in basic principles of behavior, applied behavior analysis, and research methodology; and Board Certification as Behavior Analyst or eligible for certification.  Individuals with relevant experience in residential and/or outpatient treatment programs preferred.  Review of candidate applications will begin immediately; positions will remain open until filled.  Wage commensurate with education and experience.

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