EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

We are always looking for qualified individuals interested in making a difference. Current job openings are posted here.

For further information, please contact the supervisor listed in the job announcement.

SERVICES COORDINATOR – LINCOLN

The League’s Lincoln Center for Independent Living is seeking a full-time Medicaid Waiver Services Coordinator to assist adults with disability to remain in their home and community.

Required Education and Experience:

Baccalaureate or graduate degree in the human services profession

AND

At least two (2) years full-time experience in long-term care, teaching, gerontology, rehabilitation, community health, working with individuals with disabilities, or closely related social human services.

Qualified candidates with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to:

Shawna Keller, skeller@leagueofhumandignity.com

EOE.

INDEPENDENT LIVING ADVISOR – OMAHA

Do you want to make a difference in people’s lives? This job might be for you!

The League of Human Dignity Omaha Center for Independent Living is seeking a full-time Independent Living Advisor to provide services that assist people with disability to live independently in their homes and communities.

Qualifications include either a degree in a human service field or experience working with individuals with disability.

Qualified candidates with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to:

Savannah Tellgren, stellgren@leagueofhumandignity.com

EOE.

SERVICES COORDINATOR – OMAHA

If you want a job that makes a difference, this is it! The League’s Omaha Center for Independent Living is seeking a full-time Services Coordinator to assist adults with disability to remain in their home and community.

Required Education and Experience:

Baccalaureate or graduate degree in the human services profession

AND

At least two (2) years full-time experience in long-term care, teaching, gerontology, rehabilitation, community health, working with individuals with disabilities, or closely related social human services.

Qualified candidates with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to:

Lora Young, lyoung@leagueofhumandignity.com

EOE.

INDEPENDENT LIVING ADVISOR – COUNCIL BLUFFS

Do you want to make a difference in people’s lives? This job might be for you!

The League of Human Dignity Southwest Iowa Center for Independent Living is seeking a full-time Independent Living Advisor to provide services that assist people with disability to live independently in their homes and communities.

Qualifications include either a degree in a human service field or experience working with individuals with disability.

Qualified candidates with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to:

Savannah Tellgren, stellgren@leagueofhumandignity.com

EOE.

SERVICES COORDINATOR – NORFOLK

If you want a job that makes a difference, this is it! FT Services Coordinator to assist adults with disability to remain in their home and community.

Required Education and Experience:

Baccalaureate or graduate degree in the human services profession

AND

At least two (2) years full-time experience in long-term care, teaching, gerontology, rehabilitation, community health, working with individuals with disabilities, or closely related social human services.

Qualified candidates with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to:

Jane Fink, jfink@leagueofhumandignity.com

EOE.

INDEPENDENT LIVING ADVISOR – NORFOLK

Do you want to make a difference in people’s lives? This job might be for you!

The League of Human Dignity Norfolk Center for Independent Living is expanding and seeking to add to our team a full time Independent Living Advisor to provide services that assist people with disability to live independently in their homes and communities.

Applicant must have a degree in a human service field or experience working with individuals with disability.

Qualified candidates with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to:

Jane Fink, jfink@leagueofhumandignity.com

EOE.

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WORKING FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSUMERS

Are you interested in helping on a personal level?

Do self-employment and flexible schedules appeal to you?

A consumer in your community may be willing to hire you.

By assisting with household duties, personal care, and everyday activities, you can earn a competitive income while helping someone with a disability maintain an independent lifestyle.

Contact the League of Human Dignity location nearest you to learn more about being a Personal Assistant or Chore Provider.

Find Out Your Benefits

Throughout our history, members of the League of Human Dignity have influenced state legislation and city policy on accessibility and disability rights issues. We are also prepared to advocate with you on a personal level and to help you advocate for yourself. We want to be sure you receive the services, accommodation—and respect—you deserve. If you feel you are being discriminated against because you experience a disability, contact the League of Human Dignity.

Find Out Your Rights

The League of Human Dignity believes that all of us have the right to decide where we live, work, and play. At some point in our lives most of us will experience limitations that affect our personal independence. Whether these disabilities are temporary, progressive, or permanent, they should not prevent us from living the lives we choose.  In addition to physical, mental, or emotional disabilities, we may also be faced with external barriers.

Our Mission

We believe people who experience disability have the right to expect the same opportunity as anyone else to live, work and play in their communities. They have the same right to access benefits, services, resources and facilities. They have the same right to contribute freely, according to their potential, regardless of their disability. People with disabilities have the right to make their own decisions, to live independently and should never be forced to live in institutions.

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