Employment with Southwest Center for Independence

Thank you for your interest in a career with Southwest Center for Independence.  After reviewing the posted job description, please apply in person at Southwest Center’s Durango office, located at 3473 Main Ave, Suite 23.  Your application will be carefully reviewed and we will contact you if your experience and skills match the requirements of the position.

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Current Job Openings

Professional Swing AND Volunteer Driver

The Professional Driver is responsible for transporting riders who are both ambulatory and non-ambulatory, to and from medical appointments in company owned vehicles. Driver is responsible for timely arrival to all of these appointments. Drivers are provided with basic uniforms and laundry service for the uniforms. Drivers must be organized, efficient and professional at all times. This position will not exceed 25 hours per week. The driver will report directly to the Transportation Coordinator

Nursing Home Transitions Coordinator

The Nursing Home Transitions Coordinator is employed by a SWCI acting as a Transition Coordination Agency (TCA) to provide services designed to assist consumers in transition from institutionalized settings into the community through funding received from the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) and Independent Living. The Nursing Home Transitions Coordinator maintains an effective working relationship with the Single Entry Point (SEP) case managers and nursing home personnel to best meet the needs of the consumer before and after the transition.

Development Manager

As an integral member of SWCI’s team, the Development Manager is primarily responsible for obtaining and managing grants and business development planning. The Development Manager will report to and work closely with the Executive Director and the Management Team to ensure the Organization’s key goals are carried out.