3330 Churn Creek Road, Building A-1, Redding CA 96002

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Our Job Openings

Rowell is here to provide support, information and training to parents so they can make informed decisions to support their child. This is done through FREE educational workshops on a variety of topics.

If you would like to be a part of our team, please review our job openings and see if one is right for you.

Currently Open Positions

Bilingual (Spanish) Parent Consultant
The Parent Consultant educates families about special education and healthcare resources based on the family’s current needs and assists in developing a community of support. The Parent Consultant works to increase awareness and improve the effectiveness of parent-professional partnerships and collaboration.
 
Hours, Salary, and Benefits:
Part-Time: 20 hours per week at $22.17 – $25.67 per hour, non-exempt. Benefits include paid time off, 14 paid holidays, and Simple IRA Retirement available.

Job Description: Respite Care Provider
The Respite Care Provider is responsible for providing care and supervision to the child or adult with autism and other qualifying disabilities in the consumer’s home. This allows the consumer’s
family and/or other primary caregivers to receive a “break” or “respite”.

Hours and Benefits:
The Respite Care Provider position is hourly, non-exempt. Work hours vary depending on the
family’s needs. Respite Care Providers are not allowed to work more than 40 hours per week but
can work more than 8 hours in a day. A work week runs Sunday at 12:00 am through Saturday at
11:59 pm. Paid Sick Leave

Salary:
In accordance with California law, the pay for this California position is $17.00 per hour when
providing care for on consumer and $20.00 per hour when providing care for more than one
consumer in the same household at the same time.

The Group Leader will be responsible for the development, instruction, and implementation of curricula, oversight of the Inclusion Assistants’ support, and providing behavior interventions to all students within the designated social groups.  

Hours, Salary, and Benefits: 

Part-Time, hourly, non-exempt position, working between 5-15 hours per week at $40.00 per hour.  Paid Sick Leave 

The inclusion Assistant will assist the Group Leader in providing instruction and implementation of specific evidence-based practices to social group participants.

Hours, Salary, and Benefits: 

Part-Time, hourly, non-exempt position, working between 5-15 hours per week at $18.00 per hour. Paid Sick Leave 

The Community Navigator educates families about resources based on current needs, and assists in the development of community support systems and networks. Community Navigators empower families, and individuals as they learn to navigate the systems that serve them. They are individuals with lived and/or 3 years of professional experience in the areas of social services, mental health, special education Regional
Center services, and related fields. Community Navigators use their experience and knowledge to assist with planning, problem solving, education and empowerment.

Community Navigators are involved in the operations and development of trainings, and educational and professional community engagement activities. The Community Navigator works to increase awareness and improve effectiveness of parent-professional partnerships and collaboration.

Office Assistant Job Purpose: is responsible for performing a range of clerical and administrative tasks to support daily operations and programmatic support. Duties include sorting and distributing correspondence throughout the office, including referrals, faxes, and other related mail. Supporting office staff with phone calls, filing, data entry, and research. Greeting office visitors and directing them to employees and
coordinating with Managers to schedule appointments or update schedules.

20 Hours per week

The Community Navigator educates families about resources based on current needs, and assists in the development of community support systems and networks. Community Navigators empower families, and individuals as they learn to navigate the systems that serve them. They are individuals with lived and/or 3 years of professional experience in the areas of social services, mental health, special education, Regional Center services, and related fields. Community Navigators use their experience and knowledge to assist with planning, problem-solving, education, and empowerment. 

Community Navigators are involved in the operations and development of trainings, and educational and professional community engagement activities. The Community Navigator works to increase awareness and improve the effectiveness of parent-professional partnerships and collaboration.

20 hours per week

To Apply:

Regular Mail or Drop-off

Rowell Family Empowerment
ATTN: Respite Dept.
3330 Churn Creek Rd.
Suite A-1
Redding, CA 96002

E-Mail

info@RFENC.org

Fax

(530) 226-5141
Please note on the fax cover page "Respite Dept".