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Extended Families of Nebraska, LLC provides day and residential services to persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD). We are located in Lincoln, Omaha, and rural areas of Nebraska. EFN offers great benefits including flexible scheduling, competitive wages, retirement benefits, and health and dental insurance.

Extended Families of Nebraska, LLC provides day and residential services to persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD). An Shared Living Provider supports individuals with developmental disabilities within their home. Candidates must be determined to provide person-centered supports to meet the needs of the people they serve throughout their lives. This includes creating unique supports to meet each person's needs and encouraging them to live a fulfilling life through independence and self-advocacy. They must be equipped and willing to honestly and ethically support people with respect and dignity.


The SLP process begins with applying and interviewing, followed by an environmental survey and visits with possible referrals. Placement is not guaranteed and may take an extended amount of time. Completing training will be an ongoing expectation.

 

Extended Families of Nebraska, LLC provides day and residential services to persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD). We are currently seeking a qualified candidate to serve as our Residential Coordinator. The position entails coordinating and overseeing subcontracted extended family home (EFH) providers located in Omaha.

Duties include:

  • Assisting EFH providers deliver the highest level of quality services possible, while maintaining compliance with the individual’s program plan.
  • Completing monitoring activities and providing technical assistance to ensure the accurate and timely completion of required documentation.
  • Attending Individual Support Planning meetings, reviewing and approving General Event Reports, T-logs, along with other related documentation.
  • Creating habilitative programs and activities for the individuals assigned to the coordinator's caseload.

Successful candidates must be highly organized, a self-starter, have the ability to multi-task, be willing to work both in homes and in the office, as well as have intermediate level computer skills. Knowledge of “Therap” is recommended but not required.

Must be able to pass the following background checks:

  • Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Adult Protective Services Central Registry
  • Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Child Protective Services Central Registry
  • Essential Screening Backgrounds (private consulting firm)

A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Business, Public Administration, Human Services, or related field is required. Commensurate experience may be sufficient with approval of the Executive Director. Two years of experience in the administration of a human services agency and two years of experience working in the field of developmental/intellectual disabilities is required. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance with a reliable vehicle. This position requires working in both Omaha and Lincoln.

We offer great benefits including flexible scheduling, competitive wages, retirement benefits, and health and dental insurance.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $35,00.00 /year

Internal applicants, may submit a letter of intent to Abigail Woods, Business Manager

External applicants may submit resume and application to:
Abigail Woods, Business Manager
Extended Families of Nebraska, LLC
4525 F Street
Lincoln, NE 68510

Click here to download an application.

We are looking for dedicated, caring and professional individuals who share in our passion to provide the highest quality services centered on our individual’s needs and preferences, promoting dignity, respect, achievement and a positive outlook for the individuals we serve. EFN is currently for candidates for a part-time Direct Support Professional (DSP) at our day services. 

As a DSP, you will be working with individuals having intellectual/developmental and/or physical disabilities by providing assistance in multiple areas with responsibilities including:

  • Coordinating and accompanying individuals on outings into the community, thereby encouraging community involvement and integration.
  • Providing habilitation services to each individual as directed in their ISP and safety plan.
  • Providing and maintaining accurate, current, and thorough documentation.
  • Ensuring the safety of the people we serve.
  • Assisting each individual with skill development in areas such as activities of daily living.
  • Administering medication as prescribed and in compliance with assigned state regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Ensuring prescribed dietary needs are met.
  • Providing personal care assistance.
  • Working in a positive team environment to promote and model productive behaviors.