NOVA II is a residential program serving adults with co-occurring significant mental health diagnoses and serious medical issues.
CPR FIrst Aid
Experience Cooked in Residental setting
A valid driver’s license is required
ServSafe certification is preferred
Institutional experience working with specialty diets preferred
Ability to lift large packages of meats, produce up to 40 pounds for purchase and storage; ability to transport prepared meals to multiple location
NOVA II is a 22-bed residential program developed to address the needs of supporting people in recovery who are challenged with mental health issues and medically fragile complications. The program provides 24-hour nursing for optimum care and medical attention. The goal of the program is three-fold: 1) successful reintegration into a community-based living arrangement with a home-like environment; 2) development of each resident's maximum capacity for independent functioning; and 3) the development of a person-centered residential setting to enhance the quality of the residents' lives. NOVA II serves a five-county area and specializes in serving people with a history of long-term hospitalizations.
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.