Working at Turnstone can contribute to a rewarding career serving people with disabilities. We invite qualified applicants to apply for the positions listed below. Turnstone is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
To apply for any of the positions listed below, send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Check with your college or university to see if you may qualify for a work-study position at Turnstone. Turnstone is currently accepting work-study students for the following positions - Janitorial Assistant, Lifeguard, Accounting, and Facility/Administrative Assistant.
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Turnstone is looking for our next team member that has great customer service skills, is highly organized and detail oriented, able to multitask, prioritize, and take direction from a variety of staff. The Administrative Assistant will provide clerical and accounting support and assistance to the agency’s staff and client services. This position also functions as a receptionist for clients, families, and guests of Turnstone specifically at the Pediatric Therapy entrance.
Basic duties include, but are not limited to:
- Provide friendly, direct customer service to clients/families
- Organizing, filing, entering data, and assisting in an Electronic Health Records (EHR) conversion
- Proficiently utilize various software programs (WORD, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to assist in data compilation and completing of reports.
- Assist with distribution and collections of satisfaction surveys
- Assist clients and needed
- Be energetic and passionate about our mission
- Enthusiastic with excellent customer service
- A self-starter with strong problem-solving skills
- Excellent oral and written skills
- Maintain good interpersonal relationships with staff, clients, and families
Full-Time Teaching Assistant
The Kimbrough Early Learning Center at Turnstone is seeking two Full-Time Teaching Assistants.
Two shifts available:
- 6:30am - 3:30pm, Monday-Friday
- 9:00am - 5:30pm, Monday-Friday
The children of today will be the leaders of tomorrow—and at Turnstone, our inclusive child care environment found at Turnstone’s Kimbrough Early Learning Center lays a foundation of mutual respect and shared experiences that will impact our community for years to come.
The Kimbrough Early Learning Center is currently seeking two Full-Time Teaching Assistants to join the Turnstone Family and contribute to our investment in the next generation. The Teaching Assistant provides assistance in group and individualized instruction and supervision of the children, ages 2-6 with and without physical, visual, neurological, and/or developmental disabilities.
This is a unique opportunity for individuals interested and experienced in education, particularly for students in the following areas of study: education and special education, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. Interested individuals must have the ability to make independent decisions within the scope of duties; plan and prioritize responsibilities; possess excellent communication skills; and demonstrate the ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships with peers and clients.
- current and maintained certification in First Aid and CPR
- a High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Adhere to Indiana State regulations for licensed childcare centers and Paths to Quality requirements.
- A Child Development Associate (CDA) credential
- Associates degree in Early Childhood education
The Teaching Assistant, under the direction and supervision of the Lead Teacher and the Director of Kimbrough Early Learning Center, will:
- Assist in the preparation of daily activities.
- Provide for the physical, mental, and emotional needs of children.
- Assist in personal needs of the children.
- Assist in classroom activities: follow through with objectives, outcomes, and progress as established by the teacher. Assist with games, feeding, music and free-play.
- Assist in keeping classroom area clean and orderly; organizing, washing toys, disinfecting, dishes and laundry.
- Must possess adequate strength and endurance necessary to assist clients with transfers, ambulation and other functional mobility activities.
- Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
- Complete other duties as assigned.
If interested in the above position, please email Cover Letter and Resume to Shawn Hayman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Turnstone is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Turnstone is seeking enthusiastic and outgoing lifeguards to work with people with disabilities of all ages in their warm water therapy pool.
Lifeguards are responsible for creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment for all pool patrons. This includes constant surveillance of patrons while in the facility; acting immediately in an emergency and providing appropriate CPR and first aid skills; providing care and treatment as required until emergency personnel arrive; abiding by, and showing authority with all Board of Health and Turnstone rules and regulations; testing and maintaining balanced chemicals; completing annual lifeguard requirements and training; and maintaining equipment in good, working, and safe condition and stored appropriately. Training includes current basic lifeguarding certification, adult/infant/child CPR, blood borne pathogens, and standard first aid (recognized sources – American Red Cross, Ellis, YMCA, or YWCA).
Must be at least 18 years of age.
These positions are part-time with flexible hours Monday through Saturday with evenings and possible Sunday hours.
Turnstone is seeking a full-time Occupational Therapist. The qualified candidate should be flexible, energetic, and a self-directed professional. The Therapist will join our expert staff and provide direct services to children and adults in a positive and supportive team environment. Turnstone believes that people with disabilities should be empowered to achieve their individual goals to live their fullest lives. Our therapists provide services for children and adults with orthopedic and/or neurological physical disabilities and developmental delays.
Duties to include but are not limited to
- Completing evaluations and providing treatment
- Creating a plan of care for client to achieve and maintain function, mobility, and daily living tasks
- Utilizing, analyzing, selecting, and adapting functional exercises and activities to improve sensory integration and motor functioning
- Utilization of modalities, tests, and measurements
- Provision of mechanical and adaptive equipment
Pay based on experience and budget. Salaries are comparable to regional market rates.
Schedule to be determined.
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