Transportation Planner I – Provides assistance in transportation planning to staff and member committees, which at minimum includes the collection and maintenance of data.  A Bachelor’s Degree in Transportation or Urban Planning, Geography, Engineering or related field is preferred.

Transportation Planner II – Requires advanced professional and technical responsibilities in the field of transportation planning.  A working knowledge of transportation planning, GIS software, database creation and management, and advanced skills in Microsoft Office products is preferred.  Requires a demonstrated ability to carry out complex assignments.  A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Transportation or Urban Planning, or related field is preferred. 

Home Care Case Manager – Needed to perform in-home eligibility assessments and case management services for older persons.  Extensive home visits in a seven county region.  Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in Health or Human Services field with 2 years’ related experience or Master’s Degree with 6 months related experience.

Case Management/Service Advisor – Needed to perform case management activities related to Medicaid waiver.  Home visits in seven-county area.  Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in social work or closely related human service field with 2 years’ full-time experience or master’s degree with 6 months’ full-time experience with the appropriate populations.  

Onsite kynector – Responsible for facilitating enrollment in Qualified Health Plans (QHP), insurance affordability programs, and other public assistance programs at designated locations in the KIPDA region. Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, Human Services, or a related field is preferred but not required; minimum of 1-2 years of related experience preferred.

Michelle P Waiver Case Manager – Needed to perform case management activities related to waiver and in-home services for older adults and persons with disabilities; promotes clients’ independence in performing activities of daily living, empowers participants.  Home visits in seven-county area.  Minimum qualifications must be documented in your resume:  BA Social Work or closely related Human Service field with 2 years’ full-time experience or MSW with 6 months’ full-time experience with the appropriate populations.

Deputy Director of Social Services – Under direction of the Director of Social Services, will plan, organize, coordinate, and evaluate assigned programs of the Division, including state and federally mandated programs; responsible for managing assigned program funding, budgeting, contracting, and program planning and monitoring. Assigned specific social services programs including primary supervision and oversight; will serve as back-up to the Director of Social Services for all other programs as needed.

ADRC Specialist II – Needed to screen and conduct pre-assessment for older persons, persons with disabilities and their families and any community member who is in need of information regarding services, benefits and long-term options available in the community.  ADRC Specialists work with consumers via phone and in-person to determine appropriate referrals.  This position performs activities which will facilitate the process of determining consumers’ eligibility for programs and services.  Work experience preferred in health care, intake specialist, or related experience with services and supports for community members, particularly older adults, persons with disabilities, and caregivers.

Director of Finance – This position is responsible for directing KIPDA’s financial
activities in conformance with generally accepted accounting principles and
compliance with federal and state regulations.