Join the PROVAIL Team!
Would you like to be part of a dynamic, professional team that makes a difference in people's lives? Consider a rewarding career at PROVAIL that:
- Provides people with disabilities the support they need to live independently
- Helps people with disabilities find and maintain meaningful employment
- Helps people with disabilities access quality, affordable clinical services and assistive technologies that lead to healthy, independent lives
- Helps people with disabilities get connected to activities, people and resources in the neighborhood or community in which they live
- Advocates for equal rights and choices for people with disabilities
If you want to work in a fast-paced environment with a friendly culture while making a significant contribution to our mission, then apply today! Read through our current position openings to learn more about our competitive pay and benefits packages and how to apply.
Please direct any inquiries or resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PROVAIL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Performs complex accounting tasks and analysis requiring accounting experience, education and knowledge for the Accountant II position. This position is primarily responsible for: general ledger, journal entries, accounts payable, reconciliations, financial reporting, and other duties as assigned. The Accountant II will ensure effective and efficient accounting systems, operations and compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Participate in the monthly general ledger closing process through preparation and posting of journal entries, reconciliations, account analysis and accruals into the accounting system.
- Prepare monthly reports and provide analysis related to general ledger accounts. Review outstanding check register, follow up on outstanding checks.
- Perform the daily banking activities of the agency including deposits, transfers, and debt servicing.
- Maintain proper tax documentation (W-9) on all vendors and prepare and mail 1099 Forms.
- Assist in preparing monthly/annual financial reporting and reports.
- May reconcile credit card statements with proper supporting documents, approvals, coding and enter to accounting system for payment.
- Maintain and reconcile liability, payable, and cash related accounts.
- Provide backup support to other accounting positions as when necessary.
- Maintain good attendance, be punctual and work a full scheduled shift.
- Assist in the preparation of the annual audit and tax return, with an emphasis on cash and general ledger reporting and reconciliation.
- Ensure the organization's compliance with statutory, regulatory, and/or other financial requirements and that generally accepted accounting principles are applied.
- May perform back up to Accounts Payable cycle including receiving invoices, verifying supporting documentation, approvals and coding, then entering invoices to financial system, printing and mailing approved checks.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Equivalent of a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, or a minimum of two years of general ledger or Staff Accountant to Senior Accountant experience.
- Two years minimum experience in electronic accounting systems (preferably Dynamics GP).
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with all levels within the organization and with external customers.
- Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, and Great Plains accounting software.
- Ability to work under stress in a fast-paced and changing environment.
email resume and letter of interest to email@example.com with 'Accountant I or II' in subject line.
SUPPORT AND INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF
General Function: Provides support and assistance to clients in all of their activities of daily living so that they can be fully included members of their community. This position has a variety of locations.
- Provides physical support and assistance to clients in their daily living activities, which include personal care, showers, grooming, transfers and re-positioning. Prepares healthful meals, per client’s wishes, including clients to their level of ability. Maintains a clean living environment by completing regular household chores including laundry, mopping, dishes, bathroom cleaning, wheelchair cleaning, etc. Reports environmental hazards and issues promptly.
·As a Registered Nursing Assistant, takes direction from the Registered Delegating Nurse (RND) to complete delegated tasks as instructed, attends 90 day nursing delegation reviews, and reports any and all health concerns to Nursing staff as directed.
· Maintains complete and accurate documentation in accordance with department guidelines. This includes, but is not limited to, health notes, incident reports, communication logs, medication administration records, goal notes, activity tracking sheets, ledgers, and financial tracking.
· Assists and supports clients to be active members of their communities by making transportation arrangements, assisting with planning activities, supporting clients to participate in activities, accompanying clients to activities, encouraging integration and participation, assisting with research, and being proactive about community activities.
· Ensures that the client is treated as a valued member of their home and community by maintaining professional boundaries, being patient, speaking respectfully to clients and their families, being considerate of the client’s feelings and needs, and being actively engaging with the client at all times.
· As a Mandatory Reporter, promptly reports concerns about client abuse, neglect, or mistreatment in a prompt and appropriate manner.
· Attends regular monthly meetings and other company-sponsored training, as required.
- High school diploma or GED.
- Must have current NAR or NAC certification
- Ability to make independent judgments.
- Ability to read and comprehend training material, policies and procedures, client programs and other written materials related to effective work performance.
- Must be able to safely perform client transfers.
- Ability to communicate effectively with clients, co-workers, management health care staff and others, as required, both orally and in writing.
- Experience working with people with disabilities preferred.
- Must be able to successfully pass a Background Check
- Must be able to perform frequent lifting up to 50 pounds
Visit our office to pick up an application or request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include "Direct Support Professional (Caregiver)" in the subject of your email.
TRANSITION SPECIALIST - SCHOOL TO WORK
Support student with disabilities to transition from school to work!
Creative and passionate about employment for all?
Driven by collaboration and high-quality services?
Outcome oriented and a strong communicator?
TRANSITION SPECIALISTS partner with local school districts and the business community to create customized employment opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. Transition Specialists discover the unique strengths, interests and preferences of students, negotiate a good job match and then provide on-boarding support and training to learn the new job and meet future career goals.
If you want to work in an innovative, supportive environment while promoting social change in our community, then apply today. We offer: extensive paid training, outcome bonuses, strong teams, cloud based technology, health insurance, up to 32 paid days off per year, retirement savings plan, Section 125 health care and dependent care plans.
Believe that everyone can work and has the right to fulfill their life choices.
BA/BS in business, social work, education, or other related field preferred; two years of experience working with individuals with disabilities in a community setting may be substituted.
At least one year experience as an Employment Consultant or similar role with job development expertise.
Must be able to successfully pass a Background Check.
Possess a current Washington State Drivers License with an acceptable driving record; and own a licensed, dependable, legal vehicle with automobile insurance coverage.
Please send a letter of interest and resume with "Transition Specialist" in the subject line to email@example.com. PROVAIL is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
PROVAIL is a recognized leader in the Greater Seattle Area, providing employment, housing, and clinical services to children and adults with disabilities. We provide the highest quality of service and are continually adapting to meet the needs of the community.
PROVAIL is currently looking for a full-time Employment Consultant to support individuals with developmental disabilities in obtaining employment in their community. The Employment Consultant position involves partnering with the local business community in Greater Seattle to create customized job opportunities, and providing direct support for individuals to meet their career goals.
If you want to work in an innovative, friendly environment while making a significant contribution to the community, then apply today! Visit us at www.provail.org to learn more. We offer: extensive paid training, health insurance, up to 32 paid days off per year, retirement savings plan, Section 125 health care and dependent care plans
- Conducts job specific vocational assessments with customers as appropriate to determine individual learning styles, skills, and job preferences, and develops an individualized plan of service.
- Carries out job development activities, including but not limited to: networking, marketing, identification of potential placement opportunities, touring of companies, identification of business decision makers, building and maintaining business relationships, and securing positions for customers as guided by vocational profile and individual action plans.
- Performs job and task analyses, and job coaching/community supports.
- Following placement, assists customers in the development and implementation of an individual plan of support.
- Supports employers by providing education, and routinely monitors and addresses employer concerns.
- Maintains records of actions and outcomes, employer contacts, and billable time.
- Maintains communication with customer, family, coworkers, home staff, funding agency(ies), and all other people significant to the customer.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
- BA/BS in related field or commensurate experience.
- Experience working with individuals with disabilities in a community setting preferred.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with co-workers, customers and their families and/or home staff, employers, funding sources, and the community.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and superior listening skills.
- Professional demeanor.
- Must be able to pass a criminal history background check.
- Must have a current and valid Washington driver’s license and good driving record, own vehicle, and maintain insurance acceptable to the agency’s insurance carrier.
Interested and qualified applicants should apply by emailing their resume and a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PROVAIL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Interested in working with the medical field and gaining more professional work experience?
PROVAIL, a leader in the field of supported services for children and adults with disabilities, is seeking a Clinic Intern in our Therapy and Assistive Technology Clinic in North Seattle. The Clinic provides Occupational & Speech Therapy services along with innovative technology-based solutions to help children and adults with disabilities maximize their abilities and independence.
If you are highly organized, a quick learner and enjoy helping others this is the perfect internship opportunity for you. You’ll gain relevant administrative skills and learn the operations of running a clinic.
- Digitizing medical records
- Data entry into Raintree, an electronic medical records software
- Taking on receptionist duties, such as scheduling appointments and appropriate phone etiquette
- Managing the monthly appointment calendar
- Assisting Intake Coordinators with other relevant tasks
Requirements & Commitment:
- Minimum 3 months of internship
- 20 hours per week
- Current student interested in a career in the medical field or working with people with disabilities
- Must be highly organized; able to handle a variety of tasks
- Ability to learn new skills, adapt to new situations and maintain flexibility in a continuously evolving environment
- Friendly, team-oriented, welcoming, personable and caring with a professional attitude
- Knowledge and skills regarding all general office equipment including computers, telephones and fax
Please submit a letter of interest and resume to email@example.com. Please include “Clinic Intern” in the subject line. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis so please submit early.
No calls please.
GRANT WRITING & RESEARCH INTERN
This position assists in various aspects of grant writing and research to help secure funding for PROVAIL’s programs. This opportunity is an ideal fit for a college student with strong writing and research skills who is interested in exploring nonprofit fundraising.
Reports to: Relationship Manger, Grants
Hours: 10 hours per week. Flexible schedule within established guidelines.
Term of Position: Requires a 12-week commitment and can be renewed based on mutual agreement.
- Identify grant opportunities that are a strong fit with PROVAIL’s programs and relevant to the agency’s mission, goals, and strategic plan, including grants available this year and future grant prospects.
- Research, compile, and organize current and historical Seattle area, King and Snohomish County, Washington State, and national statistical and resource information to support program needs.
- Gather up-to-date information on federal, state, and local trends and issues that affect PROVAIL programs and clients.
- Secure supporting data, documentation, and letters of support to enhance grant applications.
- Draft letters of inquiry for identified funding matches.
- Write and compile materials for small grant applications.
- Assist with proofreading and editing of final projects.
Compensation: This is an unpaid position. However, this opportunity provides the following benefits:
- Academic Credit: If available through your college/university, PROVAIL will complete any necessary forms to demonstrate eligibility.
- Inside look and active involvement in fundraising for a nonprofit organization.
- Solid resume builder and future employment reference.
- Proficiency with internet research.
- Well versed in Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
- Committed to supporting PROVAIL’s mission and clients.
- Ability to prioritize projects and assignments to meet deadlines.
- Thrives in an environment that requires both independent and collaborative work.
How to Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the cover letter please address:
- Why you are interested in the internship at PROVAIL.
- What your goals and expectations are for the internship.
- What skills you believe would be an asset to our organization.
- No calls please.