Employment Opportunities

If you want a rewarding career, think about working at Rocky Mountain Human Services.

We foster a collaborative work environment where employees support each other and work together for the benefit of our customers.

Our employees find many opportunities for personal growth and career development. We sustain an innovative atmosphere by:

  • Attracting a skilled and diverse workforce
  • Fostering strong internal communication
  • Striving for continuous improvement
  • Helping employees achieve a work/life balance
  • Investing in professional development

Rocky Mountain Human Services offers a wide range of challenging and exciting career, internship and contractor opportunities.

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  • This position provides quality behavioral services for children and adolescents.  Services are provided in accordance with RMHS policies and procedures, state, federal, and BACB guidelines, available research evidence of effective practices, and all applicable contractual obligations. The BCBA is responsible for providing direct clinical services as well as training and supervising behavioral staff.  While some services are provided in a clinic setting, most services are provided in home and community settings.
     
  • The Service Coordinator assists in planning, coordination and monitoring of Early Intervention services provided to children with developmental disabilities and their families.  They schedule home visits, create individualized family service plans, find early intervention providers, document progress toward goals and assist the family in obtaining necessary services and supports.  This position coordinates supports for families utilizing a variety of community resources and programs.  They also assist the family through advocacy or mediation in getting what they need from various communit
  • This position provides a variety of services to adults and children with intellectual disabilities, including Respite, Personal Care, Supported Community Connections, Homemaker, Mentorship, and Employment services. Emphasis is placed on supporting customers in their home or community with activities of daily living, locating and participating in integrated community activities, and skill building and teaching opportunities to promote independence in the home and community.
  • This position plans, coordinates, and monitors services provided to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Individuals may receive support through a variety of waivers and state funding including; HCBS-DD, HCBS-SLS, HCBS-CWA, HCBS-CES and State SLS. 
     
    Essential Duties
     
    • Provides Targeted Case Management functions, including billing through contact notes
    • Facilitates, writes, and monitors annual service plans for individuals with developmental disabilities
  • This position plans, coordinates, and monitors services provided to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Individuals may receive support through a variety of waivers and state funding including; HCBS-DD, HCBS-SLS, HCBS-CWA, HCBS-CES and State SLS. 
     
    Essential Duties
     
    • Provides Targeted Case Management functions, including billing through contact notes
    • Facilitates, writes, and monitors annual service plans for individuals with developmental disabilities
  • Coordinating the intake process for customers, from initial contact through final authorization, for services. Coordinator will communicate with managed care, customers, and client representatives. Coordinator will ensure that all necessary intake data for clinical service requests are properly completed, collected, and stored.
  • The Service Coordinator (SC) in the Family Support Services Program (FSSP) provides Case Management to children/adolescents, ages 3-18, with developmental disabilities and their families- including advocacy in navigating both local and state agencies as well as coordination of community resources and programs.
     
    Essential Duties
    • Complete yearly Family Support Plans and Most In Need assessments.  
    • Maintain quarterly family contacts.
    • Request FSSP funding upon family’s request.