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Location US-KS-Lenexa
ID 2024-2319
Johnson County Developmental Supports (JCDS) is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Direct Support Professional for their Day Service division specifically in the retirement program.  JCDS serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  We focus on individuals’ abilities, provide choice driven supports, and advocate alongside people to live and work in our community.  We aspire to build a community that promotes, supports, and embraces people of all abilities.  Senior Direct Support Professionals are responsible for the delivery of services with JCDS.  This position also serves as a lead for other direct care staff. First review of candidates is Thursday, May 2, 2024.  - Provides, assists with, or coaches individuals on personal care needs; provides crisis interventions, including physical intervention and restraint to ensure the safety of individuals; monitors and/or administers medication as prescribed; monitors and documents mental and physical condition of individuals; coordinates service delivery and provides guidance, training, and support for other support providers. - Teaches, coaches and provides guidance and support on various skills to enable productive lives of individuals; assists individual and family members to identify strategies or treatment options and participates in the development and modification of plans to regain ability to make independent choices and promote coping skills; develops and maintains a positive and effective relationship with service recipients, families, and other service providers, serving as the main point of contact.  - Organizes and participates in meetings related to care coordination; completes documentation for direct services provided and reviews documentation or data to ensure timely and accurate completion; coordinates and monitors schedules based on current needs. Check out our job preview video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mi8iyJSbCvo
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2316
ohnson County Wastewater is looking for qualified individuals to work as an Environmental Technologist I in the Water Quality Laboratory.  This person will join a team of dedicated professionals performing environmental analysis and water quality monitoring.    The laboratory monitors the performance and regulatory compliance of several wastewater treatment plants, industrial pretreatment, and stormwater programs in a NELAP accredited facility.    - Perform routine and non-routine laboratory analysis including BOD, COD, TSS, alkalinity, nutrients and microbiology. - Ensure testing is done within approved parameters, perform calibrations, preventative maintenance, diagnosis, and trouble shooting. - Document all results, prepare statistics and quality control data in accordance with NELAC. - Provide information and technical support to laboratory clients. - Track inventory, order supplies, perform equipment maintenance and repair. - Provide information and technical support to laboratory clients. - Perform occasional field work and sample collection, including periodic on-call for storm water response.
Job Category
Infrastructure and Transportation
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-New Century
ID 2024-2313
- Provides individual and group treatment for clients with substance dependence disorders in our Therapeutic Community (TC); coordinates and facilitates educational and treatment sessions to clients in accordance with program and curriculum and best practices. - Manages client documentation with the creation of Treatment Plans, Progress notes, and Discharge Summaries - Coordinates services with other professionals in the field, as needed - Holds clients accountable in a way that educates and provides understanding into their self-destructive behavior. - Attends weekly clinical meetings, monthly departmental meetings, and serves as clinical representative for the Therapeutic Community.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $27.93/Hr.
Max
USD $41.89/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2312
Johnson County Department of Health and Environment is looking for a qualified candidate to fill the position of Summer Sanitary Technician. The position is located at 11811 S Sunset Drive, Suite 2700, Olathe, KS 66061.   This posting will remain open through 9:00 pm, April 29, 2024.   The Summer Sanitary Technician is responsible for inspecting public and semi-public swimming pools for compliance with the Johnson County Environmental Sanitary Code. Other responsibilities include: - Test the levels of chlorine or sanitizer in each of the pool sites. - Test the levels of pH in each of the bodies of the swimming pool and spa areas. - Complete a visual inspection of the pool area for potential safety or public health concerns. - Inspect the pumps and filters at the swimming pool site to assure that proper maintenance and upkeep is being performed. - Inspect daily records of the swimming pool operators for compliance levels of the pool water. - Close swimming pools when necessary to correct esc code violations. This position is a seasonal position running from mid-May through mid-August.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Seasonal - No Benefits
Min
USD $16.99/Hr.
Max
USD $22.99/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2311
Johnson County Wastewater (JCW) is looking to fill the position of Customer Service Representative I or II, depending on candidate qualifications.   A career with Johnson County Government is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to serve a diverse and expanding community in meaningful ways.  Committed to our shared values, we provide excellent public service, seeking always to improve ourselves, our organization, and our community.  We offer wonderful benefits, retirement plans, wellness incentives, a great organizational culture, and after obtaining job proficiency, the ability to work in a rotational schedule - working from the Sunset office building in Olathe and working from home.   If you’re searching for a career with a community-minded organization, then this is the opportunity you’ve been looking for!   TEMPORARY POSITION - The duration of this position is expected to be 6 months with the option for a short extension determined by the Manager.      Depending on relevant years of experience, we are recruiting for:   Customer Service Specialist (Customer Service I) - job grade 13.13 pay range $20.60 to $27.87 OR   Senior Customer Service Specialist (Customer Service II) - job grade 14.14 pay range $22.73 to $30.75 - Resolve customer inquiries via phone, email, and in-person.  Provide customer service in a call center environment.  - Actively work to promote a positive view of Johnson County Government and JCW by professionally assisting County residents including educating them about services and billing. - Communicates verbally and in writing with JCW customers to resolve discrepancies and exchange or update information; explains billing rules and policies; explain JCW services; collect past due balances; and establish payment arrangements. - Calculates and collects fees for payment; resolves a variety of routine and complex customer complaints, problems, and billing disputes. - Reviews, reconciles, compiles, tracks, and processes accounts receivable transactions involving cash, receipts, invoices, and other similar items for approval; completes preliminary audit of cash and checks collected; researches and corrects bookkeeping errors and discrepancies to ensure accurate application of payment. - Utilizes spreadsheets, formulas, and basic mathematics to calculate adjustments to utility bills.  - Delivers positive and professional customer service in a fast-paced environment. 
Job Category
Infrastructure and Transportation
Benefits Category
Temporary
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2310
Johnson County Wastewater Water Quality Laboratory is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Field Technician.  Primary responsibilities include collecting, logging and, testing samples from various sites for wastewater treatment.  Testing includes pH, temperature, DO, chlorine, BOD, TSS, and microbiological analysis.  The Field Technician will track and order supplies and use LIMS to enter sample data.  The position will participate in a rotation of weekend on-call for storm water and spill response.  Job duties include the following: - Performs routine and non-routine tests or regulatory functions associated with wastewater, air, stream, estuary, sediment, sludge, ash, leachate, groundwater, and toxic or controlled substances or discharges; routinely performs instrumental analyses. - Prepares concomitant statistics and quality control; performs equipment maintenance, field work, method development, laboratory analysis, and documents results. - Analyzes samples including bacteriological testing; ensures that testing is done within approved parameters; performs preventative maintenance, diagnosis, and trouble shooting.
Job Category
Infrastructure and Transportation
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2309
Johnson County Office of the County Appraiser is looking for a qualified candidate to fill the position of an Support Specialist I. The position is located at 11811 S Sunset Drive, Suite 2100, Olathe, KS 66061. This position provides excellent benefits, including health insurance, wellness programs and discounts, retirement programs, and various other discount programs. - Answers phones, refers calls and customers; greets customers and gives standard information in response to phone, email, or in-person inquiries. - Creates and maintains files both public and confidential; distributes reports and performs data entry into systems; types form letters, labels, mail merges, and correspondence; proofreads information; schedules appointments, meetings, and other functions. - Assists customers with completing routine forms when appropriate; collects forms and any supporting documents, reviews for accuracy and completeness; copies, collates, and routes forms to appropriate locations or staff. - Calculates and collects fees for payment; resolves a variety of basic customer complaints, problems, and billing disputes; completes preliminary audit of cash and checks collected.
Job Category
Administration, Business, and Management
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $20.60/Hr.
Max
USD $27.87/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2306
  - Reviews, reconciles, compiles, tracks, and processes accounting transactions involving cash, receipts, invoices, requisitions, vouchers, journal entries, expense reports, and other similar items for approval.   - Communicates verbally and in writing with internal and external contacts in order to resolve discrepancies and exchange or update information. - Prepares standard and customized reports, such as summaries of balances, cost information, and other reports; assists with processing fiscal period opening/closing transactions. - Maintains and updates files; gathers and collates records to compile information. - Conducts tasks associated with payroll processing such as verifies timesheets, finds, researches, and provides resolution to payroll discrepancies; completes and verifies data entry; distributes paychecks; provides information and answers questions from staff regarding payroll issues; maintains attendance and leave tracking records; acts as department/agency workgroup functional representative in data management systems and provides training to new users; coordinates Family and Medical Leave according to policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Job Category
Administration, Business, and Management
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $20.60/Hr.
Max
USD $27.87/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2302
Essential Duties: - Independently creates, develops, delivers, monitors and revises training curricula in the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains through both lecture and hands on training to the Medical Director's office, providers, agencies, co-responders and fire departments in the Johnson County EMS System; identifies and addresses training needs; sets learning objectives and tasks; obtains and creates course materials, handouts and presentations according to course objectives. - Presents, and trains varied skill courses, workshops and development programs; guides and leads organizational trainers and provides feedback in areas of improvement; serves in a train-the-trainer role; leads and audits the assessments of employee progress to evaluate the effectiveness of training; advances and supports organizational development initiatives; coordinates and organizes to include but not limited to training rooms or facilities are prepared, and supplies are available; ensures equipment is in proper working condition; reserves rooms and facilities; books caterers. - Creates, revises and audits content within e-learning platforms; acts as site administrator; serves as liaison with information technology (IT) for system set up, enhancements and troubleshooting. - Oversees department/agency training schedule; assists in training and coaching managers, supervisors, and others involved in employee development; develops and maintains organizational communications for promotion of training and development events and resources; oversees compliance of training requirements and plans; conducts follow up studies of all completed training to evaluate and measure results; tracks attendance; prepares and distributes evaluation surveys; monitors supply inventory and orders supplies; creates and disseminates reports. - Maintains all medical education documentation for Johnson County Med-Act providers in accordance with KSBEMS and National Registry guidelines; collaborates with outside educational institutions to facilitate paramedic internships; manages, maintains and updates department equipment and supplies and maintains an active awareness of division’s budget and expenditures. - Reports on progress of employees under guidance during training periods; assists in development and monitoring spending against the department/agency training budget; collaborates in strategic training plan development and implementation; leads or serves on training related committees. - Completes Captain-Operations duties as regularly scheduled. - This position is OSHA category 1. This position is also responsible for the supervision and leadership of employees, which includes making employment-related decisions and/or recommendations, and formally evaluating performance.   Duties and responsibilities, as required by business necessity may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.  Scheduling and shift assignments and work location may be changed at any time, as required by business necessity.
Job Category
Public Safety
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $39.66/Hr.
Max
USD $57.44/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2300
Job duties includes: - Through a structured triage process, obtains information regarding individuals' background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or next steps in determining service eligibility; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Assesses current risk of individuals walking in or referred to Open Access crisis clinic; completes safety plans or connects individuals with higher level of care as indicated. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to coordinate appropriate services; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems. - Coordinates follow up outreach to designated clients to promote and encourage engagement in identified treatment services. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided per agency policy.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Mission
ID 2024-2299
The primary responsibilities for this position include: - Responding to behavioral health crises within the school district in person, virtual, and by phone. Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments to determine appropriate level of care; assesses individual risk for suicide and other safety related concerns; determines the need for medication evaluation and referral; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops intervention plans to address the clinical needs of individuals; collaborates with other community agencies to advocate and partner for individuals’ needs; collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation, and review of intervention plans. - Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments as a part of the intake and diagnostic process and identifies individual services/needs and diagnoses; Provides brief psychotherapy and other clinical and therapeutic services for individual, group, and/or families when needed. - Completes and submits clinical documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; enters data into a database to track program successes. - Facilitates trainings within the district regarding role and mental health related topics; participate in presentations in the community; may be interviewed with the media about their position and the program. - Assist in program related activities to include data collection, reports, conferences and relevant trainings.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
On Call - No Benefits
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Location US-KS-Shawnee
ID 2024-2296
Duties Include: - Coordinates Mental Health Services transportation services by assigning daily rides and tasks, arranging outside transportation when needed, resolving routine transportation issues, developing or adjusting routes to accommodate current needs, filling in as a driver as needed, and tracking transportation data. - Assists manager with maintenance of vehicles by checking for safety problems and scheduled maintenance needs, obtaining authorization for major repairs, scheduling routine maintenance, and ensuring vehicles are clean and filled with sufficient gas. - Provides and ensures great customer service through communication with clinicians regarding potential problem areas, listening to complaints and addressing issues, and effective communication with consumers to ensure user-friendly service. - Trains drivers on safety skills, awareness of Mental Health policies and procedures, and customer service expectations.  Monitors drivers and addresses training needs and other problems.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2295
Job duties includes: - Answers phones, refers calls and customers; greets customers and gives standard information in response to phone, email, or in-person inquiries; serves as a subject matter expert; provides solutions and recommendations for complicated issues; tracks and monitors calls to provide quality control; provides training to other staff. - Creates and maintains files both public and confidential; inputs data into systems; creates and distributes reports and analyzes data to determine problems or trends; initiates written or oral correspondence; schedules appointments, meetings, and other functions. - Assists customers with completing routine and non-routine forms when appropriate; collects forms and any supporting documents; reviews for accuracy and completeness; obtains client information as well as signatures on required permission and consent forms; explains fees, policies, and payment options. Based on information received, researches account information; makes determination on coordination of services/resources, and organizes referrals to current staff or outside agencies; copies, collates, and routes forms to appropriate locations or staff. - Calculates and collects fees for payment; resolves a variety of non-routine customer complaints, problems, and billing disputes; may provide follow-up to ensure customer satisfaction. Completes daily audit and reconciliation of cash and checks collected, and prepares deposit.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2294
 Other responsibilities include: - Provides comprehensive nursing services; assesses the holistic needs of individuals by incorporating family and environmental factors; collects and documents patient health history; measures and records vital signs; completes health assessments and performs limited exams; obtains, processes, and handles lab specimens; manages, controls and implements medication administration programs; performs minor procedures and treatments within designated area of specialty. - Completes and submits documentation regarding patient care and condition; reviews quality and effectiveness of services provided and documented by other service providers. - Provides patients and families with supportive resources; educates patients in areas impacting health, wellness, and daily living activities; develops and provides specialized health training and education to staff. - Provides case management, care coordination, referral and follow-up to individuals and/or families; evaluates outcomes, effectiveness of plans, and makes changes as necessary.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Additional Locations
US-KS-Olathe | US-KS-Shawnee
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2292
  - Reviews, reconciles, compiles, tracks, and processes accounting transactions involving cash, receipts, invoices, requisitions, vouchers, journal entries, expense reports, and other similar items for approval; using established guidelines, analyzes and evaluates revenues or expenditures of a department fund or budget unit to determine the maximum allowable reimbursement or claim and reports information; researches and corrects accounting errors and discrepancies to ensure accurate accounting. - Communicates verbally and in writing with internal and external contacts in order to resolve discrepancies and exchange or update information; explains rules, regulations, and policies regarding fiscal programs to staff to ensure compliance with accounting policies and procedures. - Prepares standard and customized reports, such as summaries of balances, cost information, and other reports; assists with processing fiscal period opening/closing transactions; assists in the preparation of complex documents such as financial statements and/or annual department budget by compiling and summarizing financial or statistical data for management use; prepares cost, staffing, and utilization analysis. - Maintains and updates files; gathers and collates records to compile information. - Conducts tasks associated with payroll processing such as verifies timesheets, finds, researches, and provides resolution to payroll discrepancies; completes and verifies data entry; distributes paychecks; provides information and answers questions from staff regarding payroll issues; maintains attendance and leave tracking records; acts as department/agency workgroup functional representative in data management systems and provides training to new users; coordinates Family and Medical Leave according to policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Job Category
Financial Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2291
The Johnson County District Court is currently recruiting for a Research Attorney. This attorney will work primarily with a group of judges with civil dockets, providing independent analysis of briefs and memoranda submitted by litigants, preparing memoranda of law, drafting orders and opinions, and performing other work in support of the judges of this judicial district.  The Research Attorney duties include: - Study cases filed with the court; research questions of law presented; research and review statutes, regulations, legislative history, and case law by working primarily with a group of judges with civil court dockets providing independent analysis of briefs and memoranda. - Prepare prehearing research memoranda based on case facts and law; draft legal memoranda and proposed decisions on motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, motions to suppress or similar documentation; responsible for professional and technical writing and court appropriateness of all documents. - Complete special projects assigned by Chief Judge working with court administration. Applicants must complete the Johnson County Government online application and upload a letter of interest, resume, two writing samples, personal and professional references, including one law school faculty.  
Job Category
Legal and Court Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $37.63/Hr.
Max
USD $56.45/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2290
Job duties include:  - Provides, assists with, or coaches individuals on personal care needs with limited supervision; provides crisis interventions (including evidence based practices to maintain the safety of individuals); monitors youth interactions and behaviors; monitors medication administration as prescribed; monitors and documents mental and physical condition of individuals. - Teaches, coaches and provides guidance and support on various skills to enable productive lives of individuals; assists youth with managing their emotions, assists and supports individual treatment/recovery goals and assist  youth in developing positive coping skills; develops and maintains a positive and effective relationship with service recipients, families, and other service providers. - Organizes and participates in meetings related to care coordination; completes documentation for direct services provided to ensure timely and accurate completion. - Transports individuals receiving services to appointments, activities, and/or work.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $20.60/Hr.
Max
USD $27.87/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2289
  Job duties include:  - Provides, assists with, or coaches individuals on personal care needs with limited supervision; provides crisis interventions (including evidence based practices to maintain the safety of individuals); monitors youth interactions and behaviors; monitors medication administration as prescribed; monitors and documents mental and physical condition of individuals. - Teaches, coaches and provides guidance and support on various skills to enable productive lives of individuals; assists youth with managing their emotions, assists and supports individual treatment/recovery goals and assist  youth in developing positive coping skills; develops and maintains a positive and effective relationship with service recipients, families, and other service providers. - Organizes and participates in meetings related to care coordination; completes documentation for direct services provided to ensure timely and accurate completion. - Transports individuals receiving services to appointments, activities, and/or work.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
On Call - No Benefits
Min
USD $20.60/Hr.
Max
USD $27.87/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2288
  Responsibilities include: - Conducts assessments of individuals' background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or determine service eligibility; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Coordinates care with the individuals' probation officer and other court contacts. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to research and coordinate a variety of resources and services to address short term intensive or long term individual needs; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems; consults and collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation and review of plans. - Provides a variety of services for a designated case load of individuals with multi-faceted and/or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/or group meetings and provides services in a community based setting; provides transportation of individuals according to the needs identified in plans; organizes and facilitates skill development and support groups. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews quality and effectiveness of services provided.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2287
This position: - Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments as a part of the admission process, reviews ongoing provision of services, and/or crisis intervention; identifies individual needs and diagnoses substance use and/or mental health disorders; assesses individual risk for suicide and other safety related concerns; determines the need for medication evaluation and referral; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Provides psychotherapy and other clinical and therapeutic services for a designated case load of individuals, and families with complex, intensive, or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/ or group meetings and provides services in a community based setting; organizes and facilitates skill development, clinical, and support groups; responds to emergency or crisis related requests from individuals and/or agencies; arranges for appropriate care and services; reviews/updates diagnosis and makes appropriate recommendations/referrals for continued services in the individuals home community. - Completes and submits clinical documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews and approves documentation and plans of care developed by other staff to ensure services are consistent with the level of care required for each individual's needs; monitors the quality and effectiveness of services provided.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Location US-KS-New Century
ID 2024-2284
Essential Duties:  - Gathers information, creates, maintains and disseminates files both public and confidential, develops and distributes reports, performs data entry and typing, and processes transactions into systems. Organize, analyze, comprehend, coordinate, index and maintain large amounts of identification data to insure accuracy and completeness of criminal files within multiple Records Management Database software systems. Maintains compliance with the Kansas Open Records Act, Kansas Offender Registration Act and Sheriff's Office policies and procedures. Reviews discrepancies in data; confirms and determines accurate data, updates, revises and modifies data as needed. - Research the identification of suspects and arrest records by implementing proven analytical methods, utilizing knowledge of general police procedures and the justice system. Utilize JIMS, REJIS, JIMS Web, NCIC and KCJIS to research and correct data errors. Completes document imaging process and expungements of crimes. - Function as a liaison with other police agencies, courts, county and municipal prosecutors and the KBI to exchange and update information on criminal history records. Report non-compliant registered offenders to Investigations and any registered offender information changes to the KBI. Assist and guide registered offenders with any issues and/or concerns regarding their duty to register in Johnson County and Central Booking with questions concerning registered offenders as they are registering. - Train and educate staff and County Departments on proper booking procedures to ensure proper individual identifiers are recorded on suspects, arrestees, and defendants. Maintain current knowledge and analytical records methods by reviewing literature and communicating with other staff.
Job Category
Public Safety
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2280
Job responsibilities include:  - Performs more complex mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and other craft and labor duties;  completes work orders in the maintenance and repair of building critical components of integrated building systems; checks emergency systems; assists in diagnosis, preforms repairs, and completes preventive maintenance duties on HVAC equipment and building infrastructure; reviews and understands building automation systems making less complex adjustments. - Leads special projects including planning the project; completes inspections of facilities, buildings, equipment utility systems to identify needs, extent of services and equipment requirements; coordinates and assists maintenance crews in completing assignments; escorts vendors performing contracted services within secured areas; trains new crew members; ensures safety standards are met; shares knowledge, explains duties, and helps others acquire higher skill level. - Repairs and maintains more complex tools, locking mechanisms, and equipment; maintains service records and monitors meter readings on equipment; assists in scheduling preventive maintenance; monitors inventory and stock requirements; assists in compiling, monitoring, reviewing, verifying operating costs, manpower needs, and budgetary requirements; prepares a variety of reports and maintains records to support data. - Performs various tasks requiring equipment, vehicle, and tool operation; uses a variety of small and large tools and operates a variety of light and medium duty equipment and attachments including: tractors, trucks, scissor lifts, boom truck, and snow removal equipment. - Completes paperwork, work orders, timesheets, and equipment logs using computerized system; follows purchasing card guidelines.
Job Category
Facilities and Custodial
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2261
The Motor Vehicle Division is responsible for the collection and distribution of fees, sales tax, and personal property tax for the State, County, Cities, and other taxing authorities that levy taxes and/or fees. Johnson County Government has two motor vehicle locations for walk-in customers, one location for back-office functions and 68 employees that provide service to over half a million county residents. If you are looking for a rewarding experience, then consider joining our Treasury, Taxation & Vehicles Department as a Motor Vehicle Specialist.   New Motor Vehicle Specialists hired on or after November 1, 2021, are eligible for a $1,000 sign-on bonus to be paid in two increments. Employee will receive $500 after successful completion of New Employee Orientation and Motor Vehicle Training program. The employee must be employed when the incentive is paid, and it will be paid on the first pay date following the pay period in which it was earned. Employee will receive $500 after successful completion of first six months of employment. Employee must be employed when bonus is paid, and it will be paid on the first pay date following the pay period in which it was earned.   Posting will remain open until filled.    Job duties include:    - Assists customers in completing all types of motor vehicle transactions by reviewing documentation for accuracy and completion; performing data entry into computer systems; proofreading information - Answers detailed questions about titles, registrations, renewals, and other motor vehicle-related inquiries; determines and communicates motor vehicle requirements with customers; answers inquiries by researching, locating, and providing desired information - Assists customers with completing routine forms when appropriate; collects forms and any supporting documents, reviews for accuracy and completeness; copies, collates, and routes forms to appropriate locations or staff - Resolves problems by clarifying issues; researching and exploring answers and alternative solutions; implementing solutions; and identifying and escalating unresolved problems appropriately - Calculates and collects fees for payment; resolves a variety of basic customer complaints, problems, and billing disputes; completes preliminary audit of cash, credit cards, and checks collected - Maintains acceptable levels of customer service while achieving standards for accuracy, productivity, and cash handling - Follows up and communicates with customers as needed; educates customers on self-service options for transactions and encourages use of these options - Serves as an ambassador as needed by greeting customers, answering questions, reviewing documents for completion and accuracy, and encouraging and assisting in the use of the self-service renewal kiosk or drop-off service options - Performs other duties as assigned
Job Category
Administration, Business, and Management
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $20.60/Hr.
Max
USD $27.87/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2248
Responsibilities of the position include: - Participate in street outreach activities to engage and connect unsheltered persons with services and resources and liaise with local homeless shelters to coordinate services between the mental health center, shelters, and other homeless service providers within the Continuum of Care. - Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments in a variety of community-based settings as a part of the intake and diagnostic process, ongoing provision of services, and/or crisis intervention; identifies individual needs and diagnoses substance use and/or mental health disorders; assesses individual risk for suicide and other safety related concerns; determines the need for medication evaluation and referral; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops complex treatment and intervention plans to address the clinical needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to research and coordinate a variety of resources and services to address comprehensive, intensive, or long term individual needs; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems; collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation, and review of plans. - Provides psychotherapy and other clinical and therapeutic services for a designated case load of individuals, groups, and families with complex, intensive, or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/ or group meetings and provides services in a community based setting; organizes and facilitates skill development, clinical, and support groups; responds to emergency or crisis related requests from individuals and/or agencies; arranges for appropriate care and services; reviews and updates diagnosis and level of care. - Completes and submits clinical documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews and approves documentation and plans of care developed by other staff to ensure services are consistent with the level of care required for each individual's needs; monitors the quality and effectiveness of services provided. - Serves as the clinical expert on the treatment team by providing consultation to case managers, providing crisis intervention support for the team and serving as the back-up to the Team Leader of the Homeless Services Team.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2247
Essential Duties:   Reviews and processes employee data received via supporting documentation; determines if further documentation is required and contacts appropriate individuals to secure said documentation; determines if the requested transaction is appropriate, may approve, return for correction, override or reject transactions; resolves discrepancies, with minimal supervision, through research and collaboration with others. Runs Oracle HR processing jobs, completes quality assurance checks on data output, and submits reports. Runs and submits new hire reporting each pay period to the State; submits files to the Social Security Verification system and completes the annual US Census Bureau Survey; maintains complete confidentiality of all information.   Processes payroll for Johnson County Park and Rec; audits resulting reports to identify pay issues and collaborates with PRK to resolve; prepares and processes prepayments, archive, check writer, NACHA and NACHA transmission.   Conducts testing in Oracle on upgrades and patches; identifies and reports system errors/exceptions; collaborates, assists and guides the Department of Human Resources on employee and position related transaction types depending on desired outcome; and any other Oracle processing issues that arise. Assists in training and guiding Personnel/Payroll Representatives and other staff at the department/agency level in HR policies and procedures along with FMA – Ops business processes and Self-Service Human Resources (SSHR) functionality; assists in preparing HR-related business process and user training documentation; assists supervisor, FMA-Ops management and Human Resources in planning and scheduling year-end salary transactions. Attends, participates in and acts as subject matter expert in the HR/PPR User group meeting and departmental staff meetings.    Generates standard reports and requests custom reports in order to validate data in Oracle; researches and resolves issues once identified; ensures accuracy of the position database; maintains the Work Comp, Grade and Location tables in Oracle ensuring data is up-to-date and accurate; enters earnings policies for Johnson County employees; runs the auto generation process every pay period for Johnson County and Park and Rec.   Performs miscellaneous duties; tracks data, facilitates customer requests, and work with FMA-Ops management and OSC to improve system reporting for central and user departments; perform other
Job Category
Administration, Business, and Management
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Lenexa
ID 2024-2240
Johnson County Developmental Supports (JCDS) is currently seeking a Service Coordinator. JCDS serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  We focus on individuals’ abilities, provide choice driven supports, and advocate alongside people to live and work in our community.  We aspire to build a community that promotes, supports, and embraces people of all abilities. - Conducts assessments of individuals' background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or determine service eligibility; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to research and coordinate a variety of resources and services to address short term intensive or long term individual needs; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems; consults and collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation and review of plans. - Provides a variety of services for a designated case load of individuals with multi-faceted and/or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/or group meetings and provides services in a community based setting; provides transportation of individuals according to the needs identified in plans; organizes and facilitates skill development and support groups. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews quality and effectiveness of services provided.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2238
Johnson County Government, in Olathe, Kansas, is actively recruiting for an experienced Paralegal/Legal Support Specialist with an interest and/or expertise in local government legal practice. We are one of the nation’s premier counties, providing comprehensive services to its citizens in its role as a leading organization in the Kansas City metropolitan area, and we offer an interesting as well as challenging legal career in a department of ten professional attorneys. We prefer applicants with governmental experience and an aspiration for public service.   Responsibilities: The Paralegal/Legal Support Specialist position provides para-professional and support services for the Legal Department, working with a group of ten attorneys and two other paralegals, covering a very diverse legal practice. This position will work most closely with the attorneys responsible for the assessment and collection of real estate taxes, tax and mortgage foreclosure actions, bankruptcy proceedings, health and human services including mental and public health, aging and development supports, public safety including emergency management, corrections, med-act, and employment law matters. The person selected will be expected to perform the following essential duties: - Prepare, draft, compile and review pleadings and other legal documents to initiate, respond to, or process legal actions related to tax foreclosure sales, mortgage foreclosures, bankruptcy claims, or other legal proceedings, including the electronic filing with courts and other tribunals. - Conduct legal and factual research utilizing a variety of technologies, including Westlaw, land record technologies and legal descriptions, spreadsheets, and social media applications. - Interact professionally with government officials, citizens, court personnel, attorneys, and legal representatives to respond to or make inquiries and to provide or obtain information. - Provide para-professional and/or administrative assistance related to confidential matters such as personnel issues and claims filed with the state or federal agencies or related to the conduct of elections. - Provides administrative assistance for legal proceedings; procures and prepares evidence and assists with presentation of evidence utilizing a variety of technologies; drafts/compiles legal documents; assists in preparing case files, jury trials, hearings, and post-trial dispositions; maintains calendars and lists for hearings, dockets, and courts; completes general correspondence and assists in courtroom proceedings by transcribing court oral orders; copies, files, and distributes documents. - Provide a wide range of support services in the operation of a legal office, including greeting persons contacting the office, answering telephones, sorting mail and other written materials for the office, filing papers and documents, maintaining books and materials in the library, and assisting with work as necessary for the office to complete its responsibilities.    
Job Category
Legal and Court Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-New Century
ID 2024-2236
Johnson County Department of Corrections is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Correctional Advisor at the Adult Residential Center in New Century, Kansas.  Posting will remain open until filled.  Qualified applicants will remain as an active candidate for a period of up to 90 days.   The mission of the Department of Corrections is leading by example, we support and protect our community by encouraging responsibility and positive lasting change for a better future.  A Correctional Advisor supports all functions within the Adult Residential Center (ARC). The ARC is a minimum security correctional facility serving adult offenders on an open campus. We strive to cultivate an environment of responsibility and accountability through the use of evidence-based behavior change practices.  Correctional Advisors are direct care staff who continually interact with clients from various backgrounds with criminal records ranging from misdemeanor to felony convictions. Our population consists of high-risk offenders in need of substance abuse treatment, mental health services, employment/technical skills, education, and basic life skills.  Our overriding objective is to establish a stable foundation for re-entry back into the community.  The ARC consist of three components to meet the specific needs of the clients: Residential, Work Release and Therapeutic Community. The Residential component serves clients assigned to probation supervision; the Work Release component serves county and state inmates transitioning back into the community from jail or prison; and, the Therapeutic Community provides intensive substance abuse treatment for clients with extreme substance abuse issues. ARC has an open campus environment that is different than traditional correctional facilities because clients work in the community and reside at the ARC until their release. Correctional Advisors do not carry lethal or less-than-lethal weapons and do not physically engage offenders unless it is for the purposes of self-defense or the defense of others. The ARC is a 24-hour operation and shift work and overtime is required. As a CA, you will have the opportunity and responsibility to help shape behaviors and create lasting change in each client you interact with.  Working directly with clients is expected in order to: - Build healthy relationships, serve as a role-model for appropriate prosocial behavior and attitudes; - Teach and model basic expectations and provide frequent positive reinforcement; - Seek opportunities to teach new behaviors, coping skills, de-escalation techniques and emotion regulation; and - Provide a secure and clean working environment by conducting routine personal and physical plant searches. It takes a special and unique person to work in this environment.  We are looking for:   - Individuals that can be highly adaptable to change, exemplify teamwork, and support each function within the ARC; - Individuals that are able to manage their emotions and maintain temperament under stressful conditions; and, - Individuals that possess integrity, professionalism, humility, humor, and respect. The job is demanding and challenging at times, but it is also incredibly rewarding too. The starting wage for this position without experience will start at the minimum of the grade For more information regarding the duties of a Correctional Advisor, click on this link for a realistic job preview video:  https://youtu.be/kOdyp6va8fw 
Job Category
Public Safety
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2235
Johnson County Department of Corrections is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Youth Correctional Advisor at the Juvenile Services Center in Olathe, Kansas.  Qualified applicants will remain as an active candidate for a period of up to 90 days.  This posting will remain open until filled.    The mission of the Department of Corrections is leading by example, we support and protect our community by encouraging responsibility and positive lasting change for a better future.  Professional Youth Correctional Advisors (YCAs) support all functions within the Juvenile Services Center, including the Juvenile Detention Center where youths, ages 10-17, are detained for allegedly committing serious offenses.  YCAs are responsible for overseeing youths in daily activities ensuring safety and security while teaching new skills and managing behaviors.  We are a 24-hour, 7 days a week operation.  Shift work and overtime is required. YCAs are direct care staff, continually interacting with youths that are significantly impacted by adverse childhood experiences.  Because of traumatization, many youths have not yet learned how to regulate their emotions and thoughts.  A youth can become dysregulated quickly, lash out verbally and physically toward peers and/or staff and otherwise engage in self-harming behaviors such as attempting suicide.  There are occasions when a youth becomes so dysregulated or becomes combative that physical restraint is necessary.  We work with some of the most challenging at-risk youths.   As a YCA, you will have the opportunity and responsibility to help shape behaviors and make a positive, lasting change in each youth you interact with.  Working directly with youths it is expected of a YCA to: - Build healthy relationships, serving as a role-model for appropriate prosocial behavior and attitudes; - Deploys cognitive behavioral strategies with youths through skill training and role-play exercises to facilitate behavior change; - Uses motivational interviewing techniques to enhance youth’s intrinsic motivation; - Teach and model basic expectations such as giving respect to self and others; being on task; acting responsibly; to lead by example; and, to practice safe behaviors; - Provide frequent positive reinforcement; and, - Seek opportunities to teach new behaviors, coping skills, de-escalation techniques and emotion regulation.   Not everyone has what it takes to be a professional Youth Correctional Advisor and work in this profession.  - YCAs must believe in rehabilitation, and the idea that youths convicted of crimes can become successful community members; - YCAs must be highly adaptable to changes, exemplify teamwork, and support each function within the Juvenile Services Center; - YCAs must be able to manage their emotions and maintain temperament under stressful conditions; and, - YCAs must possess integrity, professionalism, humility, humor, and respect.   The job is incredibly demanding and challenging at times; but, it is also incredibly rewarding too.    The starting wage for this position without experience will start at the minimum of the grade   For more information regarding the duties of a Youth Correctional Advisor, click on this link for a realistic job preview video:  https://youtu.be/WhVqbPJGNSM.  
Job Category
Public Safety
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Shawnee
ID 2024-2234
Johnson County Mental Health is looking for a qualified candidate to fill a Case Manager position on the Homeless Services team to work with adults who experience severe mental illness.  The Case Manager works as part of a strengths-based case management team, providing community-based services to Johnson county residents. Some evening availability is required and the schedule will vary based on the needs of the clients served.  Position will be open until filled.  - Conducts assessments of individuals' background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or determine service eligibility; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to research and coordinate a variety of resources and services to address short term intensive or long term individual needs; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems; consults and collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation and review of plans. - Provides a variety of services for a designated case load of individuals with multi-faceted and/or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/or group meetings and provides services in a community based setting; provides transportation of individuals according to the needs identified in plans; organizes and facilitates skill development and support groups. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews quality and effectiveness of services provided.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2218
Job duties includes: - Helps process new hires and employee records; serves as department purchasing card coordinator; ensures that weekly reconciliations are completed; manages credit card applications and audits; supports department fleet operations; ensures maintenance and repair work is completed; monitors mileage and fleet usage. - Uses spreadsheets or databases to organize information and produce standard reports; prepares a variety of complex disbursement forms (e.g., check requests, travel forms, cash sheets, and journal entries) for routing and approval; compiles and maintains reports and financial statements; greets visitors, maintains and administers appropriate safety procedures in secured environments. - Provides administrative support including mail processing; orders office supplies; maintains department policies, procedures and guidelines. - Establishes, modifies, and maintains a system for tracking the progress of work that is the responsibility of senior management; trains and orients new employees; provides and explains relevant policies and procedures; composes routine correspondence on behalf of senior management.          - Schedules and cancels appointments; maintains calendars; schedules rooms for classes, meetings, and conferences; coordinates audio visual and training equipment; types complex documents of a technical nature; proofreads for spelling and grammar; uses multiple software applications to prepare information. - Conducts tasks associated with payroll processing such as verifies timesheets, finds, researches, and provides resolution to payroll discrepancies; completes and verifies data entry; provides information and answers questions from staff regarding payroll issues; maintains attendance and leave tracking records; acts as department/agency/functional resource in data management systems, and provides training to new users; coordinates Family and Medical Leave according to policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Job Category
Administration, Business, and Management
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2217
Job duties includes: - Provides Leadership and Direction to Direct Care staff. - Maintains uninterrupted coverage of the unit, provides guidance and direction to staff; authorizes changes to the client schedule; assigns duties to direct care staff as needed. - Provides 1:1 client supports and crisis management; coaches and trains on PBS implementation and client reinforcements. - Collaborates with Clinical staff on managing and intervening with client behaviors and behavioral health needs. - Reviews staff charting for accuracy, completeness and compliance with program guidelines and licensing standards. - Models professional behavior and skills to direct care staff; coaches (PPD's) and assists with staff on areas for growth.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $27.93/Hr.
Max
USD $41.89/Hr.
Additional Locations
US-KS-Olathe
Location US-KS-Mission
ID 2024-2208
- Independently completes a variety of routine, semi-skilled, and manual labor tasks in the completion of wastewater collection system cleaning and inspection or excavation of sanitary sewer lines, force mains and manholes; works as the lead on an assigned crew in the completion of routine labor tasks, such as pulling hoses, setting up traffic control for work sites and flagging, removing debris from sewer lines or complex line repair and construction tasks; preparing materials and tools, cleaning holding tanks, sewer lines, and other areas using high pressure hoses, saw blades, and other equipment, and taking inventory of materials on a work truck or installation of a variety of erosion control and landscape materials as well as pavement repair and sets up traffic controls and completes traffic control tasks such as flagging. - Operates a variety of vehicles, light, medium and heavy duty equipment, and tools including backhoe, trucks, dump trucks skid loader, water trucks, compact rollers,mini excavator, crane truck, power broom, snow removal equipment, low boy trailers, track loaders, excavators large wheel loader or other equipment; follows established safety protocols for completion of safety sensitive work, such as wearing required personal protective equipment and following guidelines and directions for confined space entries; carries on-call phone or pager and responds to emergency and afterhours calls for service to address emergency requests and serves as subject matter expert or assist other staff with more complex and less routine calls. - Enters data into maintenance and other tracking systems; completes routine preventative maintenance as well as preventative maintenance of a more complex nature; responds to customer service inquiries and handles more complex or escalated questions or concerns from line cleaning crew leads and the public. - Makes NASSCO PACP based decisions and coding of the structures inspected with the CCTV units and inputs them into the county “CMMS” Computerized maintenance management system. - Serves as a field Foreman and leads crews of line cleaning and inspection or line repair and construction crew leader and team members; trains and mentors crew members on work techniques and methodologies; coordinates the daily activities, equipment, and personal needs with other Foreman and line cleaning or repair personnel. Communicates work plans and assigns tasks to crew members; provides instruction on the use of equipment and labor techniques; reads and interprets complex engineering plans, and specifications; attends and participates in coordination meetings. assists the Assistant Superintendent in developing priorities; assists in the planning of crew activities and monitors the safety of the crew; attends project meetings for more complex projects; provides feedback on the performance of crew members to the Assistant Superintendent for their follow-up. - Develops daily crew activity reports for tracking and payroll; provides instruction on the use of equipment and labor techniques: responds to citizen’s issues and discusses/resolves issues with the public and other agencies; utilizes problem solving techniques and processes to facilitate the identification and resolution of problems and issues related to the completion of work assignments; completes a variety of employee related records such as Worker’s Compensation documents and Accident Reports.  
Job Category
Infrastructure and Transportation
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $27.93/Hr.
Max
USD $41.89/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2206
Job duties includes: - Conducts assessments of individuals' background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or determine service eligibility; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to research and coordinate a variety of resources and services to address short term intensive or long-term individual needs; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems; consults and collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation and review of plans. - Provides a variety of services for a designated case load of individuals with multi-faceted and/or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/or group meetings and provides services in a community-based setting; provides transportation of individuals according to the needs identified in plans; organizes and facilitates skill development and support groups. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews quality and effectiveness of services provided.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2198
- Provides strategic and tactical direction for the County's Facilities efforts; planning for the future of the department and aligning department plans with the Board of County Commissioners and County Managers Office goals; implements the strategic directives, leading the evolution to enterprise wide services across the department in maintenance, custodial services, grounds, captial planning and projects, fleet services, warehouse and printing; improves the effectiveness of department operations; as well as stays abreast of industry trends and challenges faced by our County internal departments; incorporates business process strategies both in the continuous improvement of department operations and in implementing facilities needs throughout the County. - Provides oversight of the coordination with Departments/Agencies to provide fleet maintenance, building maintenance and facility operations activities: provides overall technical guidance and direction to facilitate and assist the site(s) in meeting the Facility Department's mission; organizes and directs a variety of programs, projects, and activites related to fleet maintenance, building maintenance, and facility operations functions of buildings and programs to provide a safe environment for County employees and the Public. - Provides oversight of all department operations in the Director's absence, requiring in-depth understanding of department responsibilities, risks, and liabilities as well as the ability, in consultation with the Leadership Team, to quickly and accurately communicate status and recommendations during county incidents; actively participates as a recognized leader within the organization by supporting initiatives, challenging, and recommending improvements in business objectives, relative to area of expertise that will advance the interests of the department and the organization. - Leads efforts with Departments/Agencies to create and/or update memorendum of understandings (MOU) and service level agreements (SLA) to meet the needs and goals of all Departments/Agencies involved. - Creates, monitors, and refines department performance measures, assures quality and consistency in department correspondence of variance processes, briefing sheets, Commission and Manager's Office communications; coordinates business continuity plans; and in conjuction with the Leadership Team, fosters ever improving employee engagement.
Job Category
Facilities and Custodial
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $57.55/Hr.
Max
USD $86.32/Hr.
Location US-KS-
ID 2024-2171
The job duties include: - Maintaining an efficient home-delivered meal service by accurately recording client changes, and communicate meal service changes to volunteers - Package meal components into meal carrier bags; prepare dining room for meal service - Report any client concerns to the Nutrition Office - Organize the daily operations of the Nutrition Center. Order accurate meal counts by 11:00am for next day delivery, and ensure the correct number of meal components are delivered daily - Complete required paperwork including reports and intakes - Maintain food safety and sanitation standards - Clean and sanitize equipment and food service areas - Handle other job-related duties as assigned This position will be hired at a minimum of $15 per hour based upon experience.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Part Time - No Benefits
Min
USD $7.25/Hr.
Max
USD $100.00/Hr.
Location US-KS-New Century
ID 2024-2159
Job Duties includes:  - Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments as a part of the intake and diagnostic process, ongoing provision of services, and/or crisis intervention; identifies individual needs and diagnoses substance use and/or mental health disorders; assesses individual risk for suicide and other safety related concerns; determines the need for medication evaluation and referral; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops complex treatment and intervention plans to address the clinical needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to research and coordinate a variety of resources and services to address comprehensive, intensive, or long term individual needs; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems; collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation, and review of plans. - Provides psychotherapy and other clinical and therapeutic services for a designated case load of individuals, groups, and families with complex, intensive, or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/ or group meetings and provides services in a community based setting; organizes and facilitates skill development, clinical, and support groups; responds to emergency or crisis related requests from individuals and/or agencies; arranges for appropriate care and services; reviews and updates diagnosis and level of care. - Completes and submits clinical documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews and approves documentation and plans of care developed by other staff to ensure services are consistent with the level of care required for each individual's needs; monitors the quality and effectiveness of services provided. - Serves as the clinical expert on the treatment team by providing consultation to case managers, providing crisis intervention support for the team and serving as the back-up to the Team Leader.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2156
Johnson County Department of Health and Environment is looking for a qualified candidate to fill the position of a Deputy Medical Examiner.  This position is located at the Johnson County Medical Examiner’s Office, 11894 S. Sunset Dr., Olathe, KS 66061. This position provides excellent benefits, including health insurance, wellness programs and discounts, retirement programs, and various other discount programs.    This position will serve as a Deputy Coroner and Deputy Medical Examiner and will serve as second in command to the Chief Medical Examiner.  In the absence of the Chief Medical Examiner or in partnership with the Chief Medical Examiner, the Deputy will review information submitted regarding deaths in Johnson County and will determine whether an autopsy is required.  The Deputy will conduct autopsies required, assure appropriate testing or specialty reviews, document cause and manner of death by thorough documentation and perform other responsibilities of the Chief Medical Examiner in the absence of that individual. This position will be on-call bi-weekly to provide guidance to the medicolegal death investigators; review and approve cremation permits; review and approve decline cases within a 24-hour period in accordance with NAME standards. This position will also manage the Forensic Autopsy Technicians and manage the student interns.   This position will remain open until filled.   Other duties include:   - Performs external examinations and autopsies and prepares reports of findings; examines microscopic and toxicological studies; reviews CT and x-ray imaging; determines the cause and manner of death of individuals under MEO jurisdiction; Reviews and approves cremation permits; completes the certification of death; reviews and approves decline cases within a 24-hours period as required by NAME accreditation standards; collects and preserves the chain of evidence; provides expert testimony in legal proceedings or hearings; is on-call biweekly to address questions of the medicolegal death investigators. - Communicates findings and interpretations of autopsy findings to law enforcement agencies, lawyers, physicians, other professionals and members of decedents’ families; as needed, conducts scene investigations to obtain additional data. - Manages Forensic Autopsy Technicians by assigning, reviewing, and evaluating the work of employees; monitors for adherence of relevant federal, state, and local laws as well as professional standards and guidelines; ensures compliance with all applicable health and safety standards and good laboratory practices; updates and/or develops the skills of the employees by developing, providing, or procuring training; motivates and counsels the employees; oversees autopsy staff scheduling and conducts formal performance evaluations; provides guidance and leadership in constant improvement activities related to forensic autopsies. - Serve as education coordinator for student interns, medical students, residents, and/or pathology assistant students to foster education in forensic pathology. Help students develop topics for presentation and submissions for publications. Complete end of rotation evaluations. - Represents the Medical Examiner's Office by attending and presenting at public and governmental meetings or conferences; providing technical education, guidance, and consultation to the department, the community and other agencies. Uses the knowledge obtained in examinations to promote education and research into the key public health problems facing the public, such as gun violence, drug overdose, suicide, etc.; Participates in the State Child Death Review Board as a subject matter expert. - Performs duties of the coroner in accordance with provisions of K.S.A. 22a-226, et seq. and amendments thereto, in the absence of the Chief Medical Examiner/Coroner. Performs the administrative and personnel responsibilities in the absence of the Chief Medical Examiner. - Develops, authors, and/or updates divisional policies, procedures, and mass fatality plans by reviewing and analyzing policies, procedures, and legislation; oversees the execution of modifications; prepares and presents recommended changes in operations and policies. - Embraces Johnson County's Pillars of Performance and in partnership with the Chief Medical Examiner builds a culture that is congruent with county values and a high-performing organization; participates in short- and long-term strategic planning initiatives and related goals and objectives in conjunction with Department of Health & Environment's (DHE) departmental strategic plan; builds relationships with Funeral Homes, Emergency Medical Services, Law Enforcement agencies and other relevant community partners essential to the function and operation of the Medical Examiner Office and participates with and supports Metro partners in building response plans related to Mass Fatalities.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $7.25/Hr.
Max
USD $200.00/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2155
Job duties include: - Interviews individuals and compiles information regarding background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or determine service eligibility; conducts group meetings; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals with substance abuse disorders; networks with other community agencies to research and recommend resources and options to address individual needs; consults and collaborates with other providers in the development and review of plans; participates in meetings related to client care coordination. - Provides a variety of services for individuals with routine, brief, and/or less complex needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; assists individuals to identify strategies or treatment options; initiates and attends individual and/ or group meetings; provides or assists with educational and psychosocial groups; evaluates and counsels individuals who have addiction disorders; provides transportation of individuals according to the needs identified in plans. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals. - Provides, assists with, or coaches individuals on personal care needs with limited supervision; provides crisis interventions, including physical intervention and restraint to ensure the safety of individuals; monitors and/or administers medication as prescribed; monitors and documents mental and physical condition of individuals.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2146
Johnson County Department of Facilities is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Grounds Specialist that supports multiple building in Johnson County Kansas.  Qualified applicants will remain as an active candidate for a period of up to 90 days. This posting will remain open until filled.     For a look at our awesome benefits package, click here! 2024 Benefit Guide - Operates vehicles and powered equipment; completes commercial mowing and snow removal; applies chemicals and spreads fertilizers, herbicides and soil amendments; mulches tree beds, plants trees and flowers; aerates and seeds landscaping; trims and prunes shrubs and trees; repairs soil erosion. - Performs various tasks requiring equipment, vehicle, and tool operation; uses a variety of small and large tools and operates a variety of light and medium duty equipment and attachments including: tractors, trucks, dump trucks, skid steer loader, water trucks, compact rollers, excavator, power broom, and snow removal equipment; performs general and routine maintenance of light and medium duty equipment; changes over from mowing equipment to snow equipment. - Performs basic maintenance duties such as painting, light plumbing, cleaning shop and equipment areas; builds, fixes, and maintains fencing; completes basic preventative maintenance on building/plant equipment. - Completes paperwork, timesheets and equipment logs using computerized system; follows purchasing card guidelines.
Job Category
Facilities and Custodial
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $16.99/Hr.
Max
USD $22.99/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2128
 Responsibilities of the position include: - Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments as a part of the intake and diagnostic process, ongoing provision of services, and/or crisis intervention; identifies individual needs and diagnoses substance use and/or mental health disorders; assesses individual risk for suicide and other safety related concerns; determines the need for medication evaluation and referral; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops complex treatment and intervention plans to address the clinical needs of individuals in single or multiple areas of focus; networks with other community agencies to research and coordinate a variety of resources and services to address comprehensive, intensive, or long term individual needs; encourages the establishment and maintenance of support systems; collaborates with other providers in the development, implementation, and review of plans. - Provides psychotherapy and other clinical and therapeutic services for a designated case load of individuals, groups, and families with complex, intensive, or ongoing needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; initiates and attends individual and/ or group meetings and provides services in a community based setting; organizes and facilitates skill development, clinical, and support groups; responds to emergency or crisis related requests from individuals and/or agencies; arranges for appropriate care and services; reviews and updates diagnosis and level of care. - Completes and submits clinical documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals; reviews and approves documentation and plans of care developed by other staff to ensure services are consistent with the level of care required for each individual's needs; monitors the quality and effectiveness of services provided. - Serves as the clinical expert on the treatment team by providing consultation to case managers, providing crisis intervention support for the team and serving as the back-up to the Team Leader.  
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Location US-KS-Shawnee
ID 2024-2124
Job duties include: - Interviews individuals and compiles information regarding background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or determine service eligibility; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals with substance abuse disorders; networks with other community agencies to research and recommend resources and options to address individual needs; consults and collaborates with other providers in the development and review of plans; participates in meetings related to client care coordination. - Provides a variety of services for individuals with routine, brief, and/or less complex needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; assists individuals to identify strategies or treatment options; initiates and attends individual and/ or group meetings; provides or assists with educational and psychosocial groups; evaluates and counsels individuals who have addiction disorders; provides transportation of individuals according to the needs identified in plans. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals. - Provides, assists with, or coaches individuals on personal care needs with limited supervision; provides crisis interventions, including physical intervention and restraint to ensure the safety of individuals; monitors and/or administers medication as prescribed; monitors and documents mental and physical condition of individuals.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
On Call - No Benefits
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2122
Johnson County Government's Treasury, Taxation and Vehicles Department is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Treasury Controls Analyst within its Banking and Cash Management Division. The posting will remain open until filled.  Responsibilities of this role include: - Serves as TTV change agent coordinating cross-department and cross-functional efforts of business, information technology, and external partners to challenge current state processes to fit more consistently with Oracle and implement solutions to create efficiencies, mitigate risks and enhance cost effectiveness. - Prepares and guides others in the preparation of, daily receipt entries, financial analysis, financial reporting, and reconciliation of daily financial activity; completes complex or difficult adjusting entries affecting departmental or Countywide accounting systems; Coordinates and prepares complex audit work papers for internal and external auditors.  - Communicates both verbally and in writing in a clear, concise, and respectful manner - with fiscal contacts Countywide in order to ensure compliance with financial policies and procedures to maintain the safety and security of County funds; advises fiscal staff in the County on banking and treasury strategies to maintain, develop, and/or enhance professional treasury products to resolve complex business, financial, and customer service issues.  - Administers and manages the Countywide online banking functions, including, but not limited to State and Federal tax payments, Healthcare premiums, retirement fund payments, property tax disbursements, and Public Building Commission fund payments; reports daily financial activity to Cash Manager and reviews all investment transactions to ensure accuracy and internal controls; reports and distributes all investment interest earned Countywide. - Develops training materials and / or procedure manuals related to system use related to TTV areas of responsibility as warranted. - Completes special projects and tasks as requested, and learn Cash Manager responsibilities to effectively provide coverage as needed.  
Job Category
Financial Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Location US-KS-Shawnee
ID 2024-2119
Job duties includes: - Provides comprehensive nursing services; assesses the holistic needs of individuals by incorporating family and environmental factors; collects and documents patient health history; measures and records vital signs; completes health assessments and performs limited exams; obtains, processes, and handles lab specimens; manages, controls and implements medication administration programs; performs minor procedures and treatments within designated area of specialty. - Completes and submits documentation regarding patient care and condition; reviews quality and effectiveness of services provided and documented by other service providers. - Provides patients and families with supportive resources; educates patients in areas impacting health, wellness, and daily living activities; develops and provides specialized health training and education to staff. - Provides community-based case management, care coordination, referral and follow-up to individuals and/or families; evaluates outcomes, effectiveness of plans, and makes changes as necessary.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Location US-KS-Shawnee
ID 2024-2116
Job duties include: - Interviews individuals and compiles information regarding background and applicable circumstances to identify needs and/or determine service eligibility; interprets and communicates relevant information to individuals, families, and other stakeholders. - Develops plans to address the needs of individuals with substance abuse disorders; networks with other community agencies to research and recommend resources and options to address individual needs; consults and collaborates with other providers in the development and review of plans; participates in meetings related to client care coordination. - Provides a variety of services for individuals with routine, brief, and/or less complex needs; ensures services provided are consistent with individual plans; assists individuals to identify strategies or treatment options; initiates and attends individual and/ or group meetings; provides or assists with educational and psychosocial groups; evaluates and counsels individuals who have addiction disorders; provides transportation of individuals according to the needs identified in plans. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided; evaluates and documents individuals' progress according to measurable goals. - Provides, assists with, or coaches individuals on personal care needs with limited supervision; provides crisis interventions, including physical intervention and restraint to ensure the safety of individuals; monitors and/or administers medication as prescribed; monitors and documents mental and physical condition of individuals.
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $22.73/Hr.
Max
USD $30.75/Hr.
Additional Locations
US-KS-Olathe
Location US-KS-Leawood
ID 2024-2112
Johnson County Wastewater (JCW) is responsible for the safe collection, transportation and treatment of wastewater generated by our community. Our work ensures that our lakes, rivers, and streams remain free from disease-causing pathogens and pollutants that are harmful to public health and the environment. Johnson County Wastewater is looking for qualified candidates to fill the position of Maintenance Specialist.  This position works in a team environment to support the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment facility as well as the off-site pump stations.  They will also support the electrical maintenance and install needs at other locations as needed.  - Inspects and documents plant and pump station processes to ensure proper operations and detect common equipment failures by reading and interpreting information provided by the SCADA system, visual observations of tanks and tests, and other instrumentation; monitors telemetry equipment to identify alarms during heavy rain events and emergency operations; carries on-call duty phone or pager to respond to alarms and other needs during off hours; works weekend shifts either independently for more routine operation functions or with other crew members when more advanced operations or maintenance functions are needed. - Performs specific laboratory analysis for compliance by collecting samples and using standard methods and techniques; performs microscopic examination of samples for types and quantities of micro-organisms. - Under direct supervision, assists in performing preventative and general maintenance on assigned equipment by adjusting and troubleshooting a variety of complex pumps, valves, motors and other equipment required to maintain appropriate operations; assists with the repair or replacement of a variety of piping and other infrastructure or equipment. - Maintains and updates operational and maintenance records, logs and databases; performs and records routine mathematical calculations related to plant operational activities. - Works with the public and other customers by assisting haulers/tankers, delivery drivers, and vendors/contractors; responds to routine questions and complaints from the general public and escalates more complex requests, questions, or concerns.
Job Category
Infrastructure and Transportation
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $20.60/Hr.
Max
USD $27.87/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2096
The Johnson County's County Manager's Office has a full-time open position for a Senior Executive Assistant (Administrative Support IV). This position will remain posted until filled.  The job duties include: - Manages County Executive Calendars (County Management and County Commissioners) which may require negotiating time and place; researches and negotiates with hotels for best logistical arrangements for rooms; makes complex scheduling arrangements involving multiple parties; independently composes original correspondence for senior management's review and signature. - Performs several administrative functions, including tasks to support department/agency leadership and governing boards (e.g., records management, reception); analyzes short-term administrative needs; develops filing systems, internal mailing processes, and procedures; prepares non-routine correspondence; oversees and/or resolves non-routine situations based on knowledge and interpretation of established policies and procedures. - Uses spreadsheets or databases to interpret and organize resource information; completes and verifies data entry, provides customized reports to others in the work unit; recommends changes to department/agency administrative policies, procedures, and methods; reviews and approves disbursement forms. - Monitors, approves and authorizes internal and external accounts through County systems and resolves discrepancies; reviews and reconciles status reports; resolves problems by researching and reviewing issues; performs petty cash custodial duties.  - Creates and maintains databases; generates unique reports; creates complex spreadsheets; diagnoses and resolves simple software/hardware problems; designs and lays out publications using specialized applications. - Constituent Relations: Respond to constituent inquiries through email and on the phone by maintaining a working knowledge of departments and services. Work closely with the County call center to ensure consistent responses to constituents. Provide them regular updates on common questions and answers. Send complex requests along to the appropriate analyst, manager, or department. Track and verify that responses have occurred and follow-up on outstanding requests. Ensure communications to Commissioners are received and responded to as appropriate. Ensure coverage of the front desk during team and staff meetings. - Executive Support: Provide Executive Assistant support for County Executives (County Management and County Commissioners), including management of calendars, maintenance of agendas, preparation of presentations, coordination with Managers direct reports for various meetings, presentations and documents. This also includes overall administrative support to the County Manager’s Office.
Job Category
Administration, Business, and Management
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $25.68/Hr.
Max
USD $34.74/Hr.
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2091
- Answers 24-hour crisis line providing empathic and compassionate support. - Triage for suicide risk and other safety related concerns, assess needs to include making least restrictive level of care recommendations, and coordinate care for citizens of Johnson County, law enforcement officers, hospitals, and other community agencies. - Conducts outreach calls to individuals identified in need of support. - Helps develop safety plans to best support the health and wellness of callers. - Completes assessments of youth at the Juvenile Intake Assessment Center who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Assessments are conducted via phone. - Oversees acquisition and forwarding of all necessary documentation for individuals requiring voluntary or involuntary hospitalization. - Completes and submits documentation regarding services provided and assists with data collection in support of program goals. - Provides clinical support and guidance to 988 Crisis Call Specialists
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
On Call - No Benefits
Min
USD $32.29/Hr.
Max
USD $48.43/Hr.
Additional Locations
US-KS-Mission
Location US-KS-Olathe
ID 2024-2088
Process bidding documents including Invitation for Bid (IFB) and Request for Proposal (RFP); Research and determine competitive specifications, scope of services, appropriate special terms and conditions and appropriate bid sheets; Establish and maintain appropriate working relationship with County departments, agencies and vendors; Coordinate document reviews with Legal department and Risk Management to insure compliance with statutes, policies and procedures of federal, state and local entities; Lead public IFB/RFP openings for goods, services and construction projects; Prepare recommendation of award to BOCC.   Work closely with all user departments in a professional manner; Prioritize and schedule projects as required in order to meet the user department needs; Work continuously with staff to improve procurement methods and procedures; Advise departments of contract rights and obligations by contacting departmental personnel to facilitate contract compliance and provide methods of contract planning and review.   Process automated purchase order information, verifying for completeness and accuracy; Input and maintain contract information in County contract management and Oracle ERP systems; Request Bonds, Certificates of Insurance and Tax Exemption Certificates as necessary or required; Approve purchase requisitions and distribute purchase orders.   Negotiate with vendors to achieve objectives; obtain right material/services, quantity, time/place, source, service and price. Establish and maintain term and supply contracts for Countywide and departmental utilization; Manage contract administration, i.e.; vendor price adjustment requests, vendor contract compliance issues; Work with user departments to review supplier performance prior to term and supply contract renewals.   Represents the Purchasing Division in the absence of the Purchasing Manager; Attends County Manager agenda review; Attends BOCC business meeting and agenda review; Approves and signs high dollar purchase orders; Awards and signs contracts that are within the authority of the Purchasing Division; Processes emergency purchases; Approves purchases for the Purchasing Division.   Complete special projects as assigned.
Job Category
Administration, Business, and Management
Benefits Category
Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits)
Min
USD $27.93/Hr.
Max
USD $41.89/Hr.
Location US-KS-
ID 2024-2080
Johnson County Developmental Supports (JCDS) is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of on-call Direct Support Professional for their residential services division.  JCDS serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  We focus on individuals’ abilities, provide choice driven supports, and advocate alongside people to live and work in our community.  We aspire to build a community that promotes, supports, and embraces people of all abilities.  Direct Support Professionals are responsible for the delivery of services with JCDS. First review of candidates will be Thursday, January 18, 2024.   Check out our job preview video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mi8iyJSbCvo - Provides, assists with, or coaches individuals on personal care needs with limited supervision; provides crisis interventions, including physical intervention and restraint to ensure the safety of individuals; monitors and/or administers medication as prescribed; monitors and documents mental and physical condition of individuals. - Teaches, coaches and provides guidance and support on various skills to enable productive lives of individuals; assists individual and family members to identify strategies or treatment options and participates in the development and modification of plans to regain ability to make independent choices and promote coping skills; develops and maintains a positive and effective relationship with service recipients, families, and other service providers, serving as the main point of contact. - Organizes and participates in meetings related to care coordination; completes documentation for direct services provided to ensure timely and accurate completion. - Transports individuals receiving services to appointments, activities, and/or work.  
Job Category
Healthcare, Welfare, and Social Services
Benefits Category
On Call - No Benefits
Min
USD $20.60/Hr.
Max
USD $27.87/Hr.
Additional Locations
US-KS-Lenexa