• 26797 E Maple Ave Aurora, CO 80018
  • 888-684-5884

Host Home Provider (Denver/Aurora Metro Area)

Job Details
Level: Entry
Job Location: Denver metro area
Full Time
Education Level: High School

Celeste care is seeking Host Home Providers (HHP’s) who will offer residential services to developmentally disabled adults in the provider’s home. HHP’s may provide residential services for two adult individuals in services and are reimbursed monthly for their services. HHP’s are considered independent contractors, not employees of Celeste Care.

Accessible homes with availability to a main floor bedroom are strongly desired.

More about what you’ll get to do as an HHP

  • Record resident program/care plan participation
  • Provide supervision and transportation to medical appointments, community outings, and day programs
  • Assist with resident’s hygiene, toileting, personal care, medication administration, and meal preparation
  • Assist with wheelchair operation and transfers of non-ambulatory residents

Requirements to be a HHP

  • Dependable vehicle, good driving skills, and vehicle insurance
  • Maintain the position’s driving requirements
  • Complete all required trainings prior to resident placement
  • Complete and maintain certifications for all required training and use crisis intervention techniques
  • A three (3) year motor vehicle record is required with your application

Candidates must attach their Motor Vehicle Records (MVR) for all states in which they were licensed in the past 3 years to their online application in order to demonstrate meeting the necessary driving requirements and advance your application packet. If you are unable to attach your MVR, you may email it to celestecaremanagement@gmail.com.

Attention: Host Home Program. Applications will not be accepted without completing the online application.

For more information about Colorado MVR’s, please visit: http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Revenue-MV/RMV/1186043480608.

We are committed to racial equity, diversity, and inclusion in all aspects of our organization and our partnership with the IDD community. Our work is rooted in the firm belief that all people deserve respect and dignity, where we embrace and celebrate varied identities, preferences, and perspectives. These values are essential to our organization’s excellence and to achieving our objective of a more equitable and inclusive community for all. We will ensure our systems, policies, practices, actions, and communications are equitable, including how we attract, hire, engage, develop, promote, retain, and retire BIPOC and other underrepresented or marginalized talents. We intentionally engage in an ongoing process of active learning and growth to advance a culture reflective of a shared purpose and belonging.

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