Assessor Health & Human Services Professional

Liberty Healthcare Corporation Boise , ID 83701

Posted 1 week ago

Caring and compassionate health and human services professionals are encouraged to consider an exciting career opportunity with Liberty Healthcare Corporation.

Liberty Healthcare operates a statewide program in Idaho which assesses children and adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities and / or autism. These assessments are used to determine eligibility for various publicly-funded health and human services.

Liberty Healthcare is now hiring for a full-time "Assessor" position. This is a field-based position which allows for some work from home and requires regular daily travel throughout the local region.

Assessors serve a vital role with the program and enjoy a wide array of responsibilities, including:

  • Traveling throughout the region and conducting in-person visits with clients in their residences and other settings

  • Assessing people who have intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities and/or autism

  • Gathering and interpreting pertinent information from clients and caregivers

  • Assessing clients using standardized assessment tools (e.g. SIB-R, SIS, ICAP)

  • Determining client's eligibility for various Medicaid-funded health and human services

  • Completing a high volume of reports and within established deadlines

As an Assessor and valued full-time employee of Liberty Healthcare you can expect:

  • Annual salary of $48,000

  • A benefits package which includes health insurance, paid time off and more

  • Affiliation with an organization that is nationally-recognized as a leader in the provision of high quality health and human services to people who have disabilities

Click here for a comprehensive overview of Liberty Healthcare's benefits plan


Well-qualified candidates will possess the following attributes:

  • Bachelor's degree preferably in Social Work, Psychology or a related human services field

  • Minimum of one year of professional experience serving people who have intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities and/or autism

  • Highly organized, self-motivated, independent and able to be productive in an autonomous role

  • Ability to effectively use a smart phone, GPS, laptop and other remote office technology

  • Possess an insured vehicle in good working order and willingness to travel throughout the local region

  • Willingness to undergo an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screen

Liberty Healthcare provides a wide array of health and human services to people throughout the United States. We serve people in their homes and communities as well as in hospitals and specialized treatment settings. We help people who have physical and mental illnesses get better. We serve people who have disabilities ensuring they receive vital services, are safe, well-cared for and live as independently as possible.

Liberty Healthcare Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Veterans and people who have disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

Click here to learn more about Liberty Healthcare

If you're looking for an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others Liberty is looking for you!

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