At Area 10 you can use your talents to make a difference in the community and gain valuable experience at the same time. We are currently seeking applicants for the positions listed below. Please contact us at (812) 876-3383 for additional information.
Full-Part Time Starting pay-$11/hr.
This position reports directly to Dispatcher with access to the Assistant Transit Manager. Need Drivers in all the following counties: Monroe, Owen, Lawrence, and Putnam.
- Safe transportation of passengers in agency vehicles. Routes will be designated, most of which are diversified in nature because they are demand-responsive and include door-to-door service for patrons as assigned through the Dispatcher.
- Assistance of passengers including individuals confined to wheelchairs.
- Maintenance of records for the program including collecting and recording of data, filling out appropriate forms.
- Routine inspection and basic maintenance of vehicles (i.e., checking oil and gas levels, maintaining proper tire pressure, washing vehicles, etc.), reporting any problems with the vehicle and keeping the vehicle clean at all times.
- Collection of and accounting for fares and donations, sale of tickets and passes and handling of these monies and daily deposit of funds.
- Successful completion of training including First Aid, Blood borne Pathogens, Defensive Driving, Passenger Assistance Techniques, Safety, and Sensitivity Training with disabilities, Drug and Alcohol Awareness.
- Maintaining a good working relationship with passengers and staff.
- Promote public transit services and increase passenger trips.
- Abide by all FCC rules regarding radio communication.
- Performance of other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Commercial Drivers License, Class C or above, with passenger endorsement may be required. Able to assume the job responsibilities outlined above. Demonstrated vehicle driving skills, safe driving record, good physical condition, no criminal convictions. Satisfactory physical exams and drug and alcohol testing required as a condition of employment.
Important personality traits are cooperation, loyalty, dependability, safety-mindedness, politeness and ability to work without direct supervision. Also necessary are a neat appearance and respectful demeanor.
Facility Maintenance Assistant – full time, hourly (non-exempt)
The purpose of this position is to respond to and provide repair and maintenance of Area 10 facilities, including rental units. Facility Maintenance Assistant occasionally responds to emergency calls from our senior housing apartments. Position reports to Housing Manager.
- Troubleshoots maintenance problems involving electrical, structural, plumbing, and equipment repair or replacement.
- Performs preventative building maintenance duties, including caulking and sealing, and repairs.
- Performs routine plumbing repairs such as unstopping toilets, sinks, fixing water leaks, leaking faucets and water fountains.
- Performs routine electrical repairs such as changing light bulbs, fluorescent lamps, and repairing or replacing ballasts and light fixtures.
- Repairs or replaces door knobs or locks, repairs door closures, and patches holes in walls.
- Performs apartment unit turn-overs, including drywall patching, painting, cleaning and countertop replacement.
- Performs basic janitorial needs of Area 10 office space and common areas of Edgewood Village Apartments.
- Other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of trades related to building maintenance and repair, including use of machinery, equipment and tools necessary for the maintenance of facilities. Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions. Skills in reading and following blueprints and assembly instructions. Ability to communicate and respond to emergencies effectively.
$14 – $17 /hr. pay range
This position reports directly to the Rural Transit Manager
- Performs vehicle maintenance and ensures vehicles are reliable and safe for public transportation
- Performs preventative maintenance program for each Rural Transit vehicle which includes oil changes, spark plugs replacement, tune-ups, filter replacement.
- Performs repairs on all vehicles, as well as 5,000 mile, 10,000 mile, and 15,000 mile inspections.
- Makes diagnosis to determine if repairs are needed.
- Performs minor maintenance and repairs in and around the garage.
- Maintains maintenance records and submits maintenance reports to Fleet Manager on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
- Initiates purchase of parts needed for repairs.
- Certifies vehicle safety.
- Responds to road calls.
- Maintains contact with drivers to discuss vehicle problems and to respond to road calls.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Able to assume job responsibilities as outlined. High school diploma or equivalent with coursework in automotive and equipment mechanics at a trade school. At least 3 years’ experience. CDL with passenger endorsement required. Experience is essential in vehicle safety and maintenance, with Ford engines preferred. Excellent knowledge of brake systems and suspension systems is required. Experience with electrical systems is highly desired. Must pass fitness for duty and drug and alcohol screening prior to start date. Must have and maintain a good driving record.
- Must be able to exert up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently.
- Must be able to frequently bend, crouch, kneel, twist, push and pull.
- Must have normal hearing, with the aid of corrective devices, as needed.
- Must have normal vision, with the aid of corrective devices, as needed.
- Must be able to drive as needed.
- Must be able to sit in a normal seated position for extended periods of time.
- Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs.
This is a full time position. The Care Manager will work as part of the Care Management Team to connect individuals within our area to community-based resources and services to help them remain comfortably and safely at home and out of institutional care. This position reports to the Care Management Team Leader.
- Conduct assessments to ensure proper services and funding are utilized to meet the individuals’ needs. Appropriately facilitate the assessment process in a person centered manner to engage the individual with discovering their strengths, needs, goals, and preferences.
- Assist with planning, facilitation, advocacy, collaboration, and monitoring of the needs of each individual, under different funding sources.
- Development and implementation of a Person Centered Support Plan, including action and/or service plans to determine community resources to meet the individual’s functional and social needs.
- Monitor the progress for all services displayed on the action and/or service plans.
- Provide and coordinate high quality services to the individual, while promoting seamless, integrated, coordinated care.
- Monitoring person centered support plans will be completed by the Care Manager in a face to face contact.
- Complete annual person centered assessments including eligibility and service planning.
- Complete all assessment tools including but not limited to incident reports in a timely manner.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of all services through monitoring the progress from identified need to meeting goals/preferences identified by the individual, direct collaboration and coordination with providers to ensure services are within the individual’s preferences, and adjusting action and service plans appropriately to identify changing needs of the individual.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Care Management Team Leader.
(Candidates must meet one of the below requirements)
- Associate’s degree in nursing, or
- Associate’s degree in any field with a minimum of four year full-time, direct service experience with the elderly or disabled (experience includes assessment, care plan development and monitoring), or
- Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree from accredited college or university in social work, gerontology, counseling, psychology, health and human services, nursing.
- RN Licensure with one year experience in Human Services.
- Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in any field with a minimum of two years full time, direct service experience with the elderly or disabled which includes assessment, care plan development and monitoring.
Applicants must have effective oral and written communication skills, problem-solving skills, intermediate computer skills and have access to a car and a valid driver’s license/car insurance for business travel. Must be organized, dependable, and comfortable with a diverse population. Must excel at working independently and collaboratively. Position requires human service experience and the desire to serve the elderly and people with disabilities.
Interacts with individuals in a respectful and compassionate manner with a commitment to providing excellent services.
PT Nutrition Site Supervisor Tues & Thurs 10:30-2:30
Ensures delivery of meals to homebound seniors and creates friendly environment where older adults participate in activities and enjoy a meal together. Is responsible for heating pre-prepared meals, enrolling participants into the program, maintaining appropriate records and overall management of the nutrition site and volunteers.
- Interest in working with senior citizens and an understanding of their needs.
- Knowledge of food preparation and service.
- Ability to keep and maintain all records required by the project.
- Ability to drive or to arrange transportation in case it is necessary to assist in escort or delivery; must be able to provide proof of insurance and driver’s license.
- Ability to contribute to an effective outreach program (reach out to nearby seniors for the purposes of encouraging the use of the program services and connection to other aging services).
- Ability to recruit, organize and supervise volunteers working at the site.
- Ability to organize crafts, special events, fundraising, and social aspects of the program.
- Ability to speak to a group and to provide group training.
- Performs related duties as assigned by the Nutrition Manager.