Website Hilltop Community Resources

We create connection to build a community where everyone belongs

ABOUT US: Hilltop Community Resources is a non-profit organization that has been providing human services to the Grand Valley for over 70 years. We value integrity, inclusion, relationship, growth, courage, and FUN! Hilltop puts People First and gives them the tools and support they need to face life’s challenges. Hilltop provides numerous different services throughout Mesa, Delta, Montrose, and Gunnison Counties.

PURPOSE STATEMENT: At Hilltop, we are dedicated to connecting people and building community.

WE OFFER:

  • Competitive pay and benefits package. CHECK OUT OUR FULL BENEFITS GUIDE HERE: https://www.htop.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/87/2023/07/FINAL-Benefit-Guide-2023-2024-2.pdf
  • Professional and personal development opportunities.
  • A supportive and inclusive work environment.
  • Meaningful work that makes a positive impact in the community and the lives of others.
  • This position is responsible for helping families in crisis due to intimate partner violence or sexual assault by providing case management and therapeutic interventions, life skills training, case management and referral services, and is housed at the Grand Junction Family Resource Center.

This position has a full time schedule M-Thurs 8a-5p, Fri 8a-3p, & occasional nights, weekends, and holidays as needed.

The starting wage for this position is $26.50-$27.82 an hour. Accepting applications until this role is filled.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Provide face-to-face contact with active Intimate Partner Violence & Sexual Assault Services participants including groups, families, and individuals
  2. Provide educational, supportive interventions for clients including crisis intervention and safety assessments for residential and non-residential clients.
  3. Provide direct service to clients, including but not limited to, meeting with walk-in clients, conducting initial client interviews (including intake and assessment), providing referrals, developing safety plans, and engaging in ongoing case management for residential and non-residential clients.
  4. Maintain a case load deemed appropriate by supervisors, which requires effective time management skills.
  5. Maintain daily client contact as appropriate.
  6. Maintain documentation and client files with accurate, directive case notes and all other forms required by the Program model.
  7. Data entry of client files into digital database in a timely manner.
    Answer crisis line calls.
  8. Make presentations to the community and collaborate with other agencies.
  9. Coordinate collaborative efforts to aide in the service of Intimate Partner Violence & Sexual Assault clients with other agencies within the community.

GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Verbally translate for employees who are not bilingual in the event such services are needed.
  2. Assume staff back up duties as needed on call.
  3. Provide training for new staff.
  4. Represent the program and organization at community or state tables, and/or other non-client related assignments.
  5. Provide on-call services for the program on a rotational basis, including evening and weekend assistance.
  6. Attending meetings as assigned.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

CLEARANCES & HEALTH REQUIREMENTS The following background checks are conducted by Hilltop Community Resources:

  • Hilltop Criminal Background Check
  • Sex Offender Registry
  • Driving Record
  • Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG)
  • Exclusion List
  • Non-Facility Fingerprint Card
  • Non-Facility TRAILS (Child Abuse Registry)
  • Tuberculosis (Tb) Skin Test
  • Influenza Vaccination (recommended)
  • Hepatitis B Vaccination (recommended)
  • Any other vaccination required by licensing

To apply for this job please visit hilltop.org.