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I am extremely grateful for the flexibility and support from Holly Ridge Center this past year and a half.  I am happy to work for a organization that also makes my needs for schooling a priority. 

~ Sarah Reed, COTA
Infant Toddler Program

 

"Working at Holly Ridge is great! It's an chance to work in a team of like-minded people to make a difference in the life of a child. I recommend employment here to my friends frequently."

~ Carol Collier, OTR/L, Infant Toddler Program

 

 

Holly Ridge Center employees are passionate and dedicated people that contribute to their community every day! If you are interested in working with us, you may send us an application (linked below) and resume at any time. For specific openings, please use the links below to review the job description or contact human resources for more information.

 

Resumes are accepted, however, we require a Holly Ridge Application (link below):

 

Holly Ridge Center
Application (pdf)

You may download and print or email
the application, or contact our office
to receive a hard copy by mail.

Please submit your application to:

Holly Ridge Center - HR
5112 NW Taylor Road
Bremerton, WA 98312-8837
360.373.2536  | hrchr@hollyridge.org

 

Job Openings - Infant Toddler Program

 

Family Resource Coordinator / 30-35 hrs/week

Job Summary: Our Family Resource Coordinators provide developmental screenings and assessments over the phone and in family homes. They also serve as an ongoing resource to families for obtaining and coordinating services at Holly Ridge Center and with other community services. FRC’s provide assistance with many different processes such as completing applications for SSI, Medicaid, and other funding sources as well as providing education about parental rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), Part C for Washington State.  These and other services are provided using an interdisciplinary, family centered, and culturally diverse approach.


Candidate must possess excellent communication skills and have a working knowledge of child development from birth to age 3 years. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred.  Knowledge of the Individuals with Disabilities Act, the Individual Family Service Plan model, and of HIPAA privacy practices is preferred. This position includes a wide variety of tasks that requires competence with Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to multi task.

 

Other Requirements: Must possess a valid WA State driver’s license, current auto insurance and your own vehicle for use on the job with mileage reimbursement. You must also be able to pass a background check and provide a copy of your current driving record.

 

Follow the instructions at the top of our employment page to apply.

 

Click on the link for the complete job descriptions:

Dedicated Family Resource Coordinator

 

Speech Language Pathologist Assistant / Part Time

Job Summary:
This position priveds speech / language therapy under the supervision and direction of a speech language pathologist.

 

Candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in communication sciences.  Infant and toddler communicating therapy and or experience is preferred. 

 

Other Requirements: Must possess a valid WA State driver’s license, current auto insurance and your own vehicle for use on the job with mileage reimbursement. You must also be able to pass a background check and provide a copy of your current driving record. Follow the instructions at the top of our employment page to apply

 

Click on the link for the complete job descriptionsSpeech Language Pathology Assistant

 

 

Speech Language Pathologist - Full Time

Job Summary:  Our SLP’s are responsible for providing speech/language, oral-motor, and feeding therapy services as appropriate to the birth to three year old population within a medical and educational model.  Evaluation, assessment, treatment and consultation services are provided using an interdisciplinary, family-centered and culturally diverse approach.

This position requires a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from an accredited college or university. Specific Infant/toddler communication therapy training and/or experience is preferred.


Other Requirements:
Must possess a valid WA State driver’s license, current auto insurance and use your own vehicle for use on the job with mileage reimbursement. You must also be able to pass a background check and provide a copy of your current driving record.

 

Click on the link to review the complete job description:  Speech Language Pathologist Job Description

 

 

Occupational 30- 40hrs / week

Job Summary:Our occupational therapists provide evaluation, assessment, treatment and consultation services for birth to three year old children within a combined medical and educational model as part of an interdisciplinary team. This position requires a Bachelor's Degree in occupational therapy as well as a professional license through the WA State Department of Health. Pediatric motor therapy training/experience is required as well. Neurodevelopmental treatment training and/or sensory integration certification are preferred qualifications.

 

Other Requirements:

Must possess a valid WA State driver’s license, current auto insurance and your own vehicle for use on the job with mileage reimbursement. You must also be able to pass a background check and provide a copy of your current driving record. Follow the instructions at the top of our employment page to apply.

 

Please take time to review the complete job description including the required qualifications and if interested, fill out the HRC Job Application that is located at the top of the page and email it to human resources.

 

Click on the link for the complete job description: Occupational Therapist

 

Early Childhood Special Education Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing – Part Time / Full Time
Job Summary: The Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides specialized instruction services, both in group and individually, as appropriate, to the birth to three year old population within a medical and educational model.  Evaluation, assessment, treatment, and consultation services are provided using an interdisciplinary, family-centered and culturally diverse approach. This position requires a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Education and Washington State Teacher Certification for the Deaf / Hard of Hearing. Infant and toddler training and/or experience is preferred.

 

Other Requirements:

Must possess a valid WA State driver’s license, current auto insurance and your own vehicle for use on the job with mileage reimbursement. You must also be able to pass a background check and provide a copy of your current driving record. Follow the instructions at the top of our employment page to apply.

 

Please take time to review the complete job description including the required qualifications and if interested, fill out the HRC Job Application that is located at the top of the page and email it to human resources.

 

Click for complete job description: ECSE - Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing Job Description

 

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January 1, 2018 – December 31, 2018

SUMMARY OF HOLLY RIDGE CENTER EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

At Holly Ridge Center, we care about our employees and are committed to offering a competitive employee benefit package.  The benefits we offer reflect our philosophy of investing in our employee’s wellbeing and in supporting a healthy work life balance.

 

 

Paid Holidays

  • To be eligible for paid holidays, you must be in paid status the day before and after the holiday.
  • New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Holiday, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, the Day after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Sick Leave

  • Sick Leave is provided for employees working less than 20 hours per week in accordance with RCW 49.46.200-210

Paid Time Off (PTO)

  • PTO is a combined benefit for sick leave and vacation for employees working 20 hours per week or more.
  • The amount of PTO is based on the number of regular hours you work per week and your length of service completed and begins accruing on the date of hire.
  • Employees must complete their 6 month introductory period before requesting to use PTO for any leave other than for illness or injuries.
  • In addition to PTO, each employee has the benefit of 1 Personal Leave Day each year, after the introductory period of 6 months.

Health Insurance  -  Cigna Health, Delta Dental, VSP Vision

  • To be eligible for Health Insurance you must be working 30 hours per week.
  • Includes medical, vision and dental coverage
  • Cost to employee - $45.00 per pay period, $90.00 per month.

Life & Disability Insurance- Mutual of Omaha

  • To be eligible for this benefit you must be working 30 hours per week.
  • Life insurance benefit of $15,000
  • Short term and long term disability policy that pays a portion of your income during a period of disability.
  • No cost to the employee.

 

Voluntary Benefits

  • To be eligible for this benefit you must be working 30 hours per week.
  • Additional employee paid life insurance with Mutual of Omaha is available at a group rate.
  • Supplemental coverage from Aflac is offered as a pre-tax benefit.

 

401(k) Match and Profit Sharing Plan

  • To be eligible for this benefit, you must have completed 1 year of employment and 1,000 paid hours.
  • Saving is easy with automatic payroll deduction, with pre-tax dollars, into the investment options of your choice.

Employer Paid Benefits

The average amount paid for employee benefit compensation per eligible employee (not including Sick Leave, PTO, and paid holidays) is $920 per month / $11,040.00 per year.


A little information about our area…

The Kitsap Peninsula and Bainbridge Island are in the heart of Puget Sound, a little more than an hour away from the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan corridor by car or ferry. The Peninsula is 400 square miles in size, surrounded by 236 miles of pristine saltwater shoreline. Because water access was the only way early settlers could reach the Peninsula, nearly every community in Kitsap has a water view, marina or stretch of beach to enjoy. To learn more, see the Visit Kitsap website. (www.visitkitsap.com)

Holly Ridge Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates for employment will be considered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, creed, religious or political ideology, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, the presence of sensory, mental, or physical disability, or all other bases prohibited by local, state or federal law.

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