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The Bridges of Life Opportunities
Feeling Heart felt compassion?

We are always looking for motivated, ambitious individuals that are interested in making a difference in their community by supporting people with Intellectual disabilities and Spectrum Disorders. Being open to expand ones heart to our larger family.

Our firm believe is in improving the quality of life through the application of these core values:

Provide support to our participant families and employees with compassion, confidence, and commitment.
Treat others the way we want to be treated – with respect and dignity.
Communicate clearly and listen attentively.
Achieve success through dedication, perseverance, and Build upon success and learn from failure. Seek out creative teamwork and compromise for the highest good of all.
Search beyond the boundaries and reach for the unreachable
Our employees receive some of the best training opportunities in the industry, and are in a constant pursuit of improvement. If you are interested in helping others achieve their lifelong ambitions and goals, and you wish to enhance your professional knowledge and experience, please contact one of our locations listed below.image

The Bridges of Life Washington State

Program Manager
The Program Manager’s chief responsibility is to assure the implementation of clients program plans and regulatory compliance. The Program Manager’s duties include coordinating and scheduling client program services; employee training and oversight; maintaining and updating client records.

The position requires response to emergency and other care needs on a day to day and on-call basis. Qualifications: Degree in a human services field or experience managing a residential program for people with developmental disabilities.

Qualifications:
Basic computer skills including word processing, spreadsheet, web browser, and e-mail applications such as Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer; experience with data entry, filing, human resource and office administration duties, and financial reconciliation.

Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator is an entry level management position whose chief responsibility is to assure implementation of a clients’ program plan and to act as a leader while providing on-site support services to adults with developmental disabilities. This position requires response to emergency and other care needs on a day to day and on-call basis.

Qualifications:
Degree in a human services field or experience supporting people with developmental disabilities. Basic computer skills including word processing, spreadsheet, web browser, and e-mail applications such as Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer; experience with data entry, filing, human resource and office administration duties, and financial reconciliation.

Direct Support Staff
Requirements:
18 years or older, High School diploma or GED, ability to pass a criminal history background check.

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