Join Team ROI!
ROI is seeking caring, compassionate and talented people who want to earn a living while effecting improvement in people's lives.
ROI’s greatest asset is our caring staff, and we are always looking for dedicated individuals to join us in enriching the lives of the people we serve. ROI offers excellent benefits and a great atmosphere. Successful applicants must participate in the State of Michigan’s Workforce Background Check Program.
Assistant Director for Specialized Outpatient Services
ROI is beginning a search for an Assistant Director to provide and oversee the delivery of assessment, intake, and therapy services to children, adolescents and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities served by Specialized Outpatient Services Clinic of the Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research (GLCATR). The Assistant Director will provide training needed to ensure quality programming and treatment, using principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and evidence-based best practices within the programs of GLCATR and assist in the preparation and presentation of research data related to program outcomes. Responsibilities include: providing consultation services and developing/administering individualized behavioral assessments/treatment programs; providing initial and ongoing training to relevant care providers and families; supervising and directing all relevant employees, contract employees, and Western Michigan University graduate and undergraduate students; and assisting in the marketing and promotion of services offered by GLCATR. Qualifications for the position include: Michigan full or limited licensure in psychology or other insurance billable credential; Board Certification as Behavior Analyst or eligible for certification; Minimum 3 years of clinical and supervisory experience conducting assessments and implementing evidence-based procedures and treatment for individuals with challenging behaviors. 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.
Full and part time positions to provide one-on-one instruction and support to children and adolescents with autism and severe behavior challenges at the newly established Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research. Day, evening, overnight, and weekend shifts available. Bachelor's degree preferred with coursework in at least 2 college courses in psychology with emphasis on applied behavior analysis, additional training provided. Individuals with relevant experience in residential and/or outpatient treatment programs preferred. Post-training hourly wage begins at $11.27. No summer-only employment.
Direct Support Professionals
Looking for a job that's more than just a paycheck? Good, rewarding jobs are waiting for you! Residential Opportunities, Inc., is seeking qualified, entry-level staff for long-term, direct care work to help individuals with developmental and physical disabilities lead full and rewarding lives. Working with people with disabilities is rewarding. It often leads to long-term relationships that enrich the lives of both people for years to come. Second and third shift, full and part-time positions available in:
Supported Living Services: working with adults with disabilities living in their own homes.
Home Health/Respite Services: working with children with disabilities and their families.
Group Home Service: working with adults with disabilities living in group home settings.
Applicants should be able to work independently. Experience in a similar job is a plus. Training is provided. Post-training and placement hourly wage begins at $10.
* Flexible hours
* Evening, overnight and weekend shifts available
* Generous benefits − medical, dental, vision, paid vacation, paid sick time
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and must have earned a high school diploma (or equivalent).
Learn more about this position in the Direct Support Professionals FAQ.