Careers at Phoenix

Make a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities! The Phoenix Residence is seeking caring and motivated individuals who are committed to providing quality care to those we serve. We feature competitive wages, generous benefit packages, and excellent advancement opportunities.

Below are descriptions of the positions we hire at The Phoenix Residence.  For a list of our current openings, visit the Careers Page .

For more information, please contact The Phoenix Residence Human Resources Department at 651-294-7957 or jobs@phoenixresidence.org

Direct Support Professional (DSP)

The Direct Support Professional provides direct care and supports the individuals we serve with all daily living activities.  The DSP assists with medication passing, active treatment, meal preparation, community activities and maintains a clean and safe living environment. This position requires good problem solving, decision making, and communication skills. We provide extensive paid training.

Team Leader

The Team Leader is responsible with assisting the Program Manager with tasks including training new employees, coordinating daily activities, maintaining household books, assisting with staffing and coverage, and completing all the duties of a Support Professional. Overall, provides assistance and direction as needed to assure all clients receive the highest quality care. 

House Supervisor

The role of the House Supervisor is to work directly with the Direct Support Professional staff.  The House Supervisor serves as a role model and supervises all day-to-day activities including direct care, active treatment, medication administration, general housekeeping duties, and community activities.  The House Supervisor in conjunction with the Program Manager directly supervises the DSP and Team Leader staff.

Program Coordinator/Manager

The Program Coordinator/Managers oversees all operations of the group home including the care, well-being, and safety of the individuals we serve. The Program Coordinator/Managers assures proper implementation of The Phoenix Residence policies and procedures.  They also hire and manager staff, provide training, and assists with maintaining a clean and safe living environment. The Program Coordinator/Managers must uphold a flexible schedule and assume a 24-hour on-call responsibility.

Community Living Coach (CLC)

The Community Living Coach provides overall direction, training, management, and leadership of Community-Based ICF/DD and Waiver/Foster Care Programs. The CLC is responsible for the development and implementation of each individual’s program plan by coordinating with the team, writing plans, and providing training. The CLC hires, trains, and evaluates a team of managers and provides on-going leadership and professional development. 

Nurse Consultant

The Nurse Consultant establishes standards of nursing practices to ensure the individuals we serve receive quality care at the community sites. Responsible for scheduling and attending appointments, administering medication, and communicating with staff and physicians to ensure adequate care is provided. The Nurse Consultant must possess a current license to practice nursing in the State of Minnesota.