- FREE does not advertise opportunities to work from home.
- FREE never asks for money for recruitment.
- FREE never asks employees or applicants to send personal banking information by email, text or remotely.
We are a committed team striving to meet the needs of the people we support, fellow team members, and the unmet needs of the community. Our dedicated team and mission directly contribute to the company culture we have today which is rooted in transparency, mutual respect, and civility.
FREE promotes the health and wellness through education and initiatives that support employees in making healthy choices with their work and home lives. As part of our wellness initiative we offer $100 gym reimbursement for eligible employees.
FREE’s EAP provides confidential evaluation, solution-focused counseling, screened referrals and follow-up services for a broad spectrum of personal concerns.
FREE provides you with basic group term life insurance so you can protect those you love from the unexpected. This benefit is 100% employer paid – no cost to you.
FREE offers a comprehensive medical and prescription plan. Our dental benefits are bundled with your medical at no additional cost to you.
Full and Part-time team members accrue both vacation and sick time.
FREE offers many advantages for team members to participate in the plan including: Employer quarterly match and Annual discretionary employer contribution.
What I have appreciated about working at FREE is the opportunity to improve my skills and advance my career. The organization is large enough to offer new positions all the time. There are training and education opportunities that have really helped me move forward.
I love working at my job because I love the participants and know each one...
This job is challenging at times, but seeing the individuals continuing to improve their skills and move on makes me feel good because I helped them on the process to becoming independent.
Your primary role as a Direct Support Professional is to provide balance and care to encourage the dreams of the individuals we support. The duties of your employment will be as endless as the aspirations of those who you will care for. Together you will grow as you assist them in the identification and realization of both daily and yearly life goals, simultaneously advocating for their health and safety while enabling them to overcome barriers and to establish their own networks and roles within society.
As a Community Habilitation Specialist, you are both the key to and the safety net from the opportunities and pitfalls of independent living. As a facilitator of social balance, you will simultaneously ensure the health and safety of the individuals you support while supporting their active involvement in the community, and advocating for the fulfillment of their needs.
Your role as a Community Support Specialist is both that of a teacher and a confidant. Steady in your support, you will help to provide stability to the individuals you assist by providing daily training in independent living skills and ensuring maintenance of psychiatric stability. As a highly organized and skilled communicator, you will enable effective interactions between the individuals whom you serve and all of the other people involved in their treatment, including other team members, family members, and the general community.
As a Behavior Intervention Specialist, you will be challenged to analyze and recreate innovative programs of intervention and prevention which will allow the individuals you support to progress further into the depths of their potential. By creatively redirecting and ensuring the minimization of targeted maladaptive behaviors, you will work directly with individuals and their support teams, functioning as the key which unlocks limitless numbers of doors that lead down the many paths to more independent living through increased social integration.
As a Registered Nurse, you already appreciate the privilege that is healing and supporting those who are in need. As a Registered Nurse working directly with the individuals we support, however, you will also learn how to aid and support the healing of the mind as well as you advocate for others and encourage constant daily treatment and habilitation through a proactive and personalized approach. At times, you will step into the role of a teacher as well, using the vast knowledge and experience that your certifications have afforded you to pass on the gift of healing to your fellow care-givers.
As a Licensed Clinician you will provide crisis intervention, direct support, medication monitoring and oversight, assistance with daily living skills, and any other assistance that the individuals we support need while participating in site-based services. You will assist in the development of the initial plans, relapse prevention plans, and support plans. The Licensed Clinician will also run therapy groups on specific topics, provide individualized supportive counseling, and conduct assessments as needed or required.