Aug 272012

If you have a vehicle, that is pretty much the most difficult requirement for this job.  As long as you have been driving for 3 years or more, are over the age of 18 and can lift 50 pounds more than likely you qualify for this job. HOPE is a non-profit organization that lends support to over 1200 families across Alaska.  They are also the only organization that provides services state-wide to mild to severely disabled people.  Their main focus is being able to keep families in the communities they want to be in.  If you are looking to better yourself as an individual this would be a great job to have.  The feeling you will get when making the difference you can make for an entire family is amazing and you should not miss out on that.

Company Name: HOPE Community Resources Inc.

Mimimum Employment Requirements
Many of the positions at Hope Community Resources, Inc. are for Direct Support Professionals. Applicants applying for Direct Support Professional positions must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age (Please note that some positions may require that you be at least 21 years of age)
  • Possess a high school diploma or G.E.D.
  • Be able to communicate proficiently in English (both written and spoken)
  • Possess a current, valid driver license with verification of at least 3 years of driving experience
  • Obtain reliable transportation to and from work
  • Be able to lift 50 lbs repeatedly throughout the day

Applicants applying for positions which require driving will also need a clean driving history and current automobile insurance.
For all other positions, please check the minimum requirements listed on the job posting.  For more information, you may contact the Human Resources Department at 1-800-478-0078.

Hope offers a variety of employment opportunities, which include:

  • Full-time Employment:  40 straight-time hours per week. Part-time Employment (Eligible for Benefits): 30 but less than 40 straight-time hours a week.
  • Part-time Employment (Ineligible for Benefits): Less than 30 straight-time hours per week.
  • On-call Employment:  A person who works on a substitute or irregular basis to fill emergency or erratic employment needs.
  • Seasonal Employment: A person who is either a full-time college student who works during their college breaks or a person who works in an industry where they only work during the winter or summer months and are hired to work at Hope during their off season.