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 opportunities.

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Our current openings are listed below; click the listing for more information or to apply.

  • 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 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
  • 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
  • The Occupational Therapist (OT)  will provide Part C eligibility evaluations, OT evaluations, and direct intervention services to customers referred and enrolled in Part C Early Intervention services (birth to three years old), and for children birth to 18 who are not enrolled in Early Intervention. He/she will also provide consultation to Service Coordinators, contracted providers, and families, to assist in meeting the needs of customers. The OT will report to the Clinical Team Lead in the Child and Family Programs Department.
     
     
    Essential Duties
  • The Speech/Language Pathologist will provide Part C eligibility evaluations, speech/language evaluations, and direct intervention services to customers referred and enrolled in Part C Early Intervention services (birth to three years old), and for children birth to 18 who are not enrolled in Early Intervention.  He/she will also provide consultation to Service Coordinators, contracted providers, and families, to assist in meeting the needs of customers.  The Speech/Language Pathologist will report to the Clinical Team Lead in the Developmental & Behavioral Health Department. 
  • The Speech/Language Pathologist will provide a mix of the following:  Part C eligibility evaluations, speech/language evaluations, diagnostic evaluations, categorical evaluations and direct intervention services to customers referred and enrolled in Part C Early Intervention services (birth to three years old), and for children birth to 18 who are not enrolled in Early Intervention.  He/she will also provide consultation to Service Coordinators, contracted providers, and families, to assist in meeting the needs of customers.  The Speech/Language Pathologist will report to the Clinical Tea
  • The Speech/Language Pathologist will provide direct intervention services to customers referred and enrolled in Part C Early Intervention services (birth to three years old). May also provide direct intervention to children ages 3-18 as appropriate. He/she will also provide consultation to Service Coordinators, contracted providers, and families, to assist in meeting the needs of customers. May participate in Part C eligibility evaluation as business dictates.
  • The Early Childhood Special Educator will provide direct intervention services to customers referred and enrolled in Part C Early Intervention services (birth to three years old).  He/she will also provide consultation to Service Coordinators, contracted providers, and families, to assist in meeting the needs of customers. May participate in Part C eligibility evaluation and IFSP development as business dictates.   The Early Childhood Special Educator will report to the Clinical Team Lead in the Developmental and Behavioral Health Department
     
  • The Outreach Specialist is responsible for conducting “street” outreach to Veterans experiencing homelessness. The Outreach Specialist will identify and visit places where Veterans experiencing homelessness congregate and will connect with shelters and other agencies in the Denver Metro area serving veterans who are homeless. He or she will engage and maintain positive, professional relationships within the community through outreach and public speaking The Outreach Coordinator will recruit, train volunteers and coordinate efforts connecting with homeless Veterans.
  • This PT – Casual, 16 hrs./week position is responsible for coordinating supportive progressive case management services to vulnerable Veterans and their households who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Position is grant funded through September 2017 with continued funding anticipated, but not guaranteed. At the end of that period, if additional funding is not provided, every effort will be made to place the individual in a comparable position within Rocky Mountain Human Services.
     
  • The Service Coordinator (SC) in the Family Support Services Program (FSSP) provides Case Management to children/adolescents, ages 3-17, with developmental disabilities and their families- including advocacy in navigating both local and state agencies as well as coordination of community resources and programs.

  • The Residential Specialist is responsible for the coordination and monitoring of quality services and supports to customers served in residential settings.  The Residential Specialist ensures quality service delivery and outcomes in compliance with State and Federal Rules and Regulations, as well as, Rocky Mountain Human Services- Life Skills and Support policies and procedures. The Residential Specialist monitors the residential services for a caseload of comprehensive intellectually disabled adults.
     
    Essential Duties
     
  • The Service Coordinator (SC) in the Family Support Services Program (FSSP) provides Case Management to children/adolescents, ages 3-17, 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. 
    • Attend IEP meetings.