ROI is seeking caring, compassionate and talented people who want to earn a living while effecting improvement in people's lives.
ROI’s greatest asset is our caring staff, and we are always looking for dedicated individuals to join us in enriching the lives of the people we serve. ROI offers excellent benefits and a great atmosphere. Successful applicants must participate in the State of Michigan’s Workforce Background Check Program.
View our current open positions below.
ROI is beginning a search for a full-time Board Certified Behavior Analyst to conduct initial evaluations/screenings and assist in the development and implementation of treatment plans for children, adolescents and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities served by the Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research Outpatient Clinic. The position will provide initial and on-going training to behavioral staff and caretakers to ensure quality programming and treatment using principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis and evidence-based practices and assist in the preparation and presentation of research data related to program outcomes. Qualifications for the position include: Master's degree in Psychology or allied discipline which includes graduate level coursework in basic principles of behavior, applied behavior analysis, and research methodology; and Board Certification as Behavior Analyst or eligible for certification. Minimum 1 year of clinical experience conducting assessments and implementing evidence-based procedures and treatment for individuals with challenging behaviors. Individuals with relevant experience in residential and/or outpatient treatment programs preferred. Review of candidate applications will begin immediately; position will remain open until filled.
On-call, part-time position to provide nursing assessment and skilled nursing support services to individuals wiht disabilities. ROI is a CARF accredited non-profit organization employing over 450 staff and serving over 400 adults and children wiht disabilities through the operation of residental group homes as well as programs in supported living, spcialized autism treatment services, and community supports. Qualifications include: Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan; excellent decision making nad communication skills; and ability to work as an effective team member. Applicants with minimum 1 year experience in mental health programs preferred. Hourly wage begins at $19.38-$21.40 depending on experience.
Full and part time positions to provide one-on-one instruction and support to children and adolescents with autism and severe behavior challenges at the newly established Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research. Day, evening, overnight, and weekend shifts available. Bachelor's degree preferred with coursework in at least 2 college courses in psychology with emphasis on applied behavior analysis, additional training provided. Individuals with relevant experience in residential and/or outpatient treatment programs preferred. Hourly wage begins at $11.27. No summer-only employment.