A health care organization providing services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities is looking for independent contractors in Western Colorado.
Mosaic in Grand Junction is looking for contractors in Mesa County as well as Delta, Montrose and Ouray counties.
“Generally, the growing need for services relates to aging caregiver parents who can no longer take care of their son or daughter alone,” said Kelly Britton, executive director of Mosaic in Grand Junction.
Contractors are needed in two programs, Britton said.
Contractors working through Mosaic at Home share their homes with one to three people with intellectual and development disabilities. Contractors meet their needs while also integrating them into the household and community. Contractors should have handicap-accessible homes and vehicles.
Under the Real Life Connections program, contractors help people develop social skills and attain the highest possible levels of independence. The program offers flexibility in planning and scheduling.
“You will love being an independent contractor with Mosaic if you’re looking for life-changing work — not just for those we serve, but yourself as well,” Britton said. “Working for Mosiac has blessed my life in so many ways.”
For more information about becoming a Mosaic at Home provider, contact Brittney England at 245-0519, extension 40013. For more information about becoming a Real Life Connections provider, contact Jared Cruz at 245-0519, extension 40017.
Mosaic provides services and support to total of more than 4,300 people in 10 states. For additional information, visit www.mosiacinfo.org.