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Thank you for your interest in working at Starkey Inc. We have a variety of positions available for individuals who have a passion for assisting individuals with disabilities in living, learning and working in our community.

All positions at Starkey offer a competitive wage, excellent benefits and a positive work environment. Starkey offers an extensive training program and a variety of employment benefits, including health, dental and vision insurance, enrollment in the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) and discounts on memberships to the YMCA and Sam's Club.

To apply, click here for an online application.

Those applying in person should go to the human resources and training center for Starkey Inc.at 7011 W. Central, Suite 125, Wichita.

Openings are updated weekly.

Here are the current openings (1/22/15):


Community Living Trainer (full-time & part-time)
Community Living Trainers are responsible for teaching people with intellectual disabilities to become as independent as possible in their community setting. They provide support with household responsibilities, medication administration, budgeting, personal care, and other individual needs. They take much consideration in providing individualized services for each person served while teaching them to make good choices, be good citizens and meaningful members of their community. The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver's license with a good driving record.

Listed below are examples of some of our full-time and part-time shifts:

Full-Time Positions: 7 days on/7 days off - Traditional
Staff works 7 days on and then has 7 days off. With this schedule, staff is required to stay in the house overnight. The overnight stays are non-paid because the staff is allowed sleep time and provided with their own private bedroom. Below is an example of a schedule:

Fri

Sat

Sun

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

7a-11p

7a-10p

6a-8:30a

6a-8:30a

6a-8:30a

6a-8:30a

6a-8:30a

3:30p-11p

3:30p-10p

3:30p-10p

3:30p-10p

3:30p-10p

*this schedule is only an example and the hours may vary dependent upon the needs of the house

7 days on/7 days off - 2nd shift
Staff works 7 days on and then has 7 days off. With this schedule, staff is not required to stay in the house overnight. Below is an example of a schedule:

Fri

Sat

Sun

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

2p-11p

8a-11p

8a-11p

2p-12a

2p-12a

2p-12a

2p-12a

*this schedule is only an example and the hours may vary dependent upon the needs of the house

7 days on/7 days off - 3rd shift
Staff works 3rd shift for 7 days on and then has 7 days off. Below is an example of a schedule:

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

Mon

Tues

Wed

9p-9:30a

9p-9:30a

9p-8a

9p-8a

11p-9a

11p-9a

11p-9a

*this schedule is only an example and the hours may vary dependent upon the needs of the house

Weekend Support

Sat

Sun

9a-9p

9a-9p

*this schedule is only an example and the hours may vary dependent upon the needs of the house


 
Job Coach

Seeking an individual to provide placement, training, and following along of person with disabilities in competitive employment. Work schedule will vary and include some evenings and weekends. Starting pay $10.70. Must have two years of experience in the field of I/DD or supported employment. Must have own transportation. Degree preferred, but experience may be considered in lieu of the degree will be considered. Valid driver’s license and a good driving record are required


Program Trainer

Program Trainers are responsible for teaching people with intellectual disabilities to become as independent as possible. They help persons served meet their person-centered goals by providing individualized training with self-care, daily living skills, self advocacy, communication, and other skills in both community and center-based settings. They take much consideration in providing individualized services for each person served while teaching them to make good choices, be good citizens and meaningful members of their community. The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license with a good driving record. The position is full-time, Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Work Trainer

Work Trainers are responsible for teaching people with intellectual disabilities to become as independent as possible. They help persons served meet their person-centered goals by providing individualized training to complete subcontract work in a production setting. The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license with a good driving record. The position is full-time, Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Substitute Bus Driver

Bus Drivers are responsible for providing safe, reliable, and courteous transportation for individuals receiving services at Starkey. The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. A valid driver’s license with a commercial driver’s license (CDL) endorsement and a good driving record is also required.


Community Living Floater

Community Living Floaters are responsible for teaching people with intellectual disabilities to become as independent as possible in their community setting. They provide support with household responsibilities, medication administration, budgeting, personal care, and other individual needs. They take much consideration in providing individualized services for each person served while teaching them to make good choices, be good citizens and meaningful members of their community. They work in various community living settings filling in for staff absences or vacant positions. The position requires six months experience working with people with intellectual disabilities at Starkey or one year experience working with people with intellectual disabilities. The position also requires a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license with a good driving record.


Also available:

  • Accounts Receivable
  • Mechanic
  • Data System Specialist

For information on open positions, call Human Resources at (316) 512-4139.

 

Starkey's programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), which reviews health and human services.
Starkey, Inc., founded in 1930, is the oldest community-based nonprofit in Sedgwick County, Kansas, serving individuals with intellectual disabilities. Through its business services, employment, recycling, residential, life enrichment and case management programs, Starkey creates possibility in the lives of almost 500 people with disabilities.
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