Reliable Enterprises Employment Opportunities Available


Submitted by Reliable Enterprises

Do you want to work in a dynamic and expanding organization to give people an opportunity for an enhanced quality of life? Do you have experience in working with adults with developmental disabilities, pre-school age children, or inventory tracking? If so, Reliable Enterprises is hiring for several positions throughout the organization.
Lewis County Head Start Pre-school is hiring parent-teacher educators, bus drivers, and teacher’s assistants for the 2017-2018 school year. Join an innovative and exciting pre-school with full enrollment that is in need of additional staff for the expanding classes. Head Start works with families and children to cultivate children’s school readiness skills along with their social and emotional development. Our desire is for every child to be successful.
The Concrete Goods program is hiring an energetic and self-motivated individual to coordinate deliveries of goods and items to CPS offices throughout the Puget Sound. If you like to drive, can repeatedly lift 50lbs, and have inventory experience, this is the position for you.
Employment Services is currently hiring for an individual access job coach to train and inspire adults with disabilities as they gain valuable employment experience in our community. Finding purpose and building strengths is paramount to the success of Reliable Enterprises and the Employment Services Division and we need your help!
The energetic SPARC program is currently growing and now created a new assistant coordinator position to assist with the various specialized activities and recreation opportunities. The position will work to plan events, activities, and outreach opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities as they build social skills throughout our community.
Please visit the Reliable Enterprises website to apply online or pick up an application at 203 W Reynolds Ave, Centralia. Come join us as we expand and foster the growth of disabled and disadvantaged populations throughout Lewis County, while building the next leaders of our community!
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