Paraquad has the following positions currently open:
Transition Specialist: Responsible for providing planning services to adults with disabilities seeking an independent living situation from nursing homes, shelters and other institutions into accessible homes living independently within the community allowing them to live full and productive lives. (full time)
Director of Development: Highly visible role that oversees all fundraising and works in conjunction with the Executive Director and CEO, board volunteers and the development staff to cultivate, steward and increase philanthropic support. (full time)
Staff Interpreter: Responsible for level-appropriate interpreting for diverse Deaf, Hard of Hearing and hearing consumers using a broad range of interpreting skills, techniques and vocabularies. (full time)
Employment Specialist: Responsible for coordinating and completing the intake, file set-up and paperwork for new employment participants. Provides coaching and retention services to program participants at sites in the community. (full time)
Continuing Education Teacher: Teach continuing education classes to participants with developmental disabilities on a weekly basis for at least one 12-week semester. (part time)
Retention/Job Coach: Provides coaching and job retention support on a job or volunteer site to participants. (part time)
Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP) Job Coach: Provides coaching and job retention support on a job or volunteer site to students with developmental disabilities in the Summer Work Experience Program. Advocates for people with disabilities. (part time, summer only)
For the positions listed above, please send resumes and cover letters to:
Human Resources Coordinator
5240 Oakland Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Fax: (314) 289-4201
No phone calls, please.
For the positions listed below, apply in person Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at Paraquad. Please bring a social security card and valid state ID.
Certified Nurse Assistant/Non-certified Nurse's Aide: Works under the direction of a Registered Nurse and agency Operations Manager with all issues directly concerning or in regards to client personal care, including dietary needs, dressing/grooming, bathing/hygiene, toileting, mobility, transfers, assisting with self-administering medication. Applicants must be registered on the Family Care Safety Registry before applying. (certification must be currently active) (part time, up to 30 hours)