• Director of Technical Services | Full-Time

    Year one salary: $85,000 - $95,000, dependent upon experience. Expectations of a 10-20% increase upon promotion to Director, dependent upon performance.

    Position Summary: CPRF is recruiting a full-time Physical Therapist who is mechanically minded and has experience in or is interested in learning wheelchair fitting and posture seating. This therapist will be working under the mentorship of the current Department Director, who is a therapist with 30 years of experience in this field. The mentorship will last one year, at which point the current Director will retire and the new therapist will take over as the Department Director.

    Supervisory experience is preferred and management duties of the Department will be included in the mentorship. Currently, the Program Director’s reports include two part-time therapists, a shop foreman, three wheelchair technicians, and three office support staff. Outreach wheelchair clinics (no more than 1 day per month) will be included in the duties, serving communities in southwest, southcentral, and southeast Kansas.

    Schedule is 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM with no weekend duties. A current Kansas Physical Therapy license is required.

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  • Targeted Case Manager | Full-Time

    Salary: $18.00 - $20.00 per hour

    Position Summary: Responsible for assisting the individual with disabilities and their support network to identify, select, obtain, and coordinate and use both paid services and natural supports to enhance the individual's independence, integration, and productivity as outlined in the individual's Person Centered Support Plan. Performs other duties as directed by Supervisor or Director.

    Essential Job Functions:

    · Determines on an ongoing basis the individual’s preferred lifestyle, current and potential strengths, resources, and basic needs.

    · Facilitates the development, update, and monitor the Person Centered Support Plans, with the participation of the individual and their support network.

    · Provides support by identifying, securing, and coordinating supports and services outlined in the Person Centered Support Plans and Plans of Care.

    · Maintains regular communication with other providers of serviced as identified on the PCSP.

    · Provides oversight to monitor the individual’s satisfaction and their quality of services.

    · Advocates with the individual and their support network to gain access to needed services, entitlements, and seeks modification of service systems, when necessary to increase accessibility and appropriateness.

    · Participates in transition and portability plans for individuals leaving institutions, transitioning from high school to adult services, or other transitions in that person's life.

    · Maintains necessary documentation for tracking case management, billing, and program evaluation that are in compliance with DCF, CDDO, Medicaid, and other regulatory agency guidelines.

    · Maintains accurate and current documentation as required by the organization and/or is needed for the case records.

    · Completes reports and/or compile information as needed by CPRF, CDDO, and/or DCF.

    · Meets requirements for Targeted Case Management as stated by CDDO and/or DCF.

    · Reports all suspected cases of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation as required by DCF and the agency.

    · Treats persons with disabilities with respect and dignity.

    · Protects the confidentiality of information of which you have knowledge or access to unless released by signed consent for a specific purpose.

    · Participates in training as outlined by director, as required by DCF and CDDO to remain qualified to provide Targeted Case Management services.

    · Submits billable activity in a timely manner.

    · Performs other duties as directed by Supervisor or Director.

    Job Requirements:

    Education: Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitation, or related areas required. Relevant experience in the field of services to individuals who are developmentally disabled may substitute for any portion of a Bachelor's Degree at a rate of six months of experience for each semester.

    Experience: Three years or more experience in field of services to developmentally disabled individuals.

    Skills: Good oral and written communication skills; computer literacy – able to process progress and case notes, transfer billings to an electronic billing system. Excellent time management skills. Self directed. Ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines.

    Supervisory Responsibilities: None.

    Typical Physical Demands: Normal physical exertion. Requires sitting, standing, bending, and reaching. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate machines such as computers, copier, fax machine, and telephone. Requires normal range of hearing and vision. Must be able to meet clients, referral agencies, and other resources in the community and county.

    Typical Mental Demands: Daily mental concentration required; some creativity required as to assessing methods and procedures. Must handle diverse work problems on a daily basis. Personal maturity and sensitivity are important attributes.

    Working Conditions: Office environment; also residential environment; Surroundings can be dirty or noisy; 40 - 45 hours per week required for full-time; Travel on a daily basis to meet with clients, support network, and community resources.

    Submit your resume to hr@cprf.org.

    COVID-19 considerations:

    Vaccination strongly encouraged, social distancing and masks are optional.

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  • Adult Day Care Staff | Full-Time

    Salary: $14.00 - $15.00 per hour

    Job Description:

    · To assist adults with developmental and/or physical disabilities with their identified interests and needs which maintain or increase adaptive capabilities, independence, personal health and hygiene, or integration and participation in the community.

    · Implement activities including social and recreational, life skills training, community inclusion, and other activities.

    · Assist clients with toileting, feeding, dressing and personal hygiene.

    · Complete paperwork as required.


    Day shift, Monday-Friday

    Education & Experience: High school graduate or equivalent required. One year of caregiving experience required. Must have own transportation & good driving record.

    COVID-19 considerations:

    Vaccination strongly encouraged, social distancing and masks are optional.

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  • Network Administrator | Full-Time

    Salary: $29.00 - $31.50 per hour

    Job Description:

    Under the supervision of the Information Technology Director, the Network Administrator will assist with the software, hardware, and network systems at all CPRF facilities. They shall operate in accordance with the policies and procedures determined by the Board of Directors and shall abide by all applicable federal, state, and local regulations.

    Essential Qualifications:

    · Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Management of Information Systems, or a closely related field

    · 7 years of experience and extensive knowledge with networking concepts (LAN/VLAN)

    · 7 years of experience and extensive knowledge with Active Directory, Exchange, and related Server Roles (DNS, DHCP, IIS, NPS)

    · 5 years of experience and extensive knowledge with Deployment of Windows OS (PC and Server), PowerShell, and Endpoint Management

    · 5 years of experience and knowledge with backup and recovery systems (Backup-Exec preferred)

    · 5 years of experience with SQL and MySQL Server

    · Knowledge and experience with VMware or related technology

    · Knowledge and experience with Linux systems, Apache Server

    · Technical project management and organization

    Job Duties:

    · Provide Tier 3 support, training, maintenance and troubleshooting for all end users on the CPRF network for technical matters including MS Office, accounting software, (EMR) systems, phones, cameras, mobile devices, and computers as needed

    · Participate in on-call IT support when required

    · Coordinate with HR and IT Director as needed, to make sure all new employees have the user accounts and access required to perform their job duties, including computer(s), shared files, and access to CPRF programs/applications required by program or job description

    · Answer phones and emails to respond to staff inquiries in a courteous and helpful manner

    · Provide Tier 2/3 support for the company phone system including but not limited to Phone Extensions, Names, Directories, Voicemail, and Hunt Groups

    · Assist with configuration, implementation, and maintenance of end-user hardware (including computers, PC, Laptop, printers, peripherals), computer networks and systems including software, VPNs, routers and other physical hardware

    · Deployment, management, and maintenance of computer hardware (including servers, routers, switches, etc.)

    · Deployment, management, and maintenance of CPRF infrastructure including (Remote Access, Mail Services, Directory Services, etc.) and ensure software deployments, and updates occur in a timely manner

    · Must be familiar with TCP/IP based networking in both LAN/WAN/ including Virtual/Physical VLANS, VPN environments and examining security threats

    · Monitoring and updating of EndPoint protection to keep data and communications protected

    · Monitoring network and computer systems to improve performance and security for computer systems and networks/p>

    · Deploy and manage firewalls for the organization; staying up to date with the latest security protocols and patches; Monitoring the local area network (LAN) for threats; Securing data against unauthorized access; and perform log and security analytics

    · Experience with Web Development is desirable

    · Excellent computer skills and the ability to communicate technical information to other staff members in a professional and courteous manner

    · Perform other job responsibilities as assigned by Director of Information Technology

    · Must have effective organizational skills

    · Excellent ability to document and track technical changes to the environment

    · Must be able to organize, prioritize and balance multiple projects

    · Must display consistent good judgment and decision-making skills

    · Must be able to bend, walk stairs and lift and move computer equipment up to approximately 50 pounds

    · Must be able to pass all background checks and a drug screen

    COVID-19 considerations:

    Vaccination strongly encouraged, social distancing and masks are optional.

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  • Employment Consultant | Full-Time

    Salary: $16.00 - $18.00 per hour

    Job Description:

    · Provide instruction for job readiness/preparation, job development, job placement, and follow-up activities for individuals with all types of disabilities

    · Perform client case management identifying and referring client to needed resources, accurate documentation and timely client case notes in appropriate systems to maintain up-to-date case file for each client

    · Identify and recruit employers who will provide activities including tours, work experiences, job tryouts, work-based learning and direct hire opportunities for clients

    · Conduct outreach activities to recruit potential clients and employers, completing eligibility documentation and explaining program details

    · Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook); ability to use the internet and other digital tools for data entry, research and problem-solving purposes

    · Excellent interpersonal, organizational, problem-solving, and time management skills

    · Intermediate to advanced skills and knowledge of disabilities and possible work accommodations (Preferred)


    8 hour shift, day shift, on call, weekend availability

    Education: Bachelor's degree in business, human resources, education, or a closely related field (Required)

    COVID-19 considerations:

    Vaccination strongly encouraged, social distancing and masks are optional.

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