Careers at New Vista
“Empowering and Growing through Love”
From the Support Team we hire, to the Members we serve, inclusion and diversity are a way of life at New Vista.
Every day our team members work to empower our Members so that they strive to be their very best selves.
Not only do we celebrate the diversity of our Members, but we also celebrate the differences within our Team.
Our strengths, weaknesses, love, uniqueness, and much more unify us.
Team Member BENEFITS
INTEGRITY is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
TEAM is a group that comes together to achieve a common goal.
“An attitude of valuing others!” We are a great team here at New Vista.
HOPE is embracing uncertainty with confidence and trust.
COURAGEOUS mental or moral strength to venture, persevere and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.
RESPECT valuing others, caring about people, and treating them with dignity.
COMPASSION is the sympathetic consciousness of another’s distress together with a desire to alleviate it.
Our commitment to our Team and Members
Make A Difference
Our culture is woven into all aspects of our organization and our Members’ lives. From the way, Team Members treat each other to the way that New Vista puts our Members first.
At New Vista, Team Members have the unique opportunity to make a lasting impression and help residents enjoy an elevated lifestyle on an everyday basis.
The foundation for our success depends on your well-being. So we made a commitment to make our workplace an environment where your emotional, physical, and financial needs matter.
An environment where each one of us feels like a valued member of a team. A place where we’re motivated to make a difference in our communities.
Make an impact and Make a Difference.
By ensuring the best care is provided to our Members allowing them to live life to the fullest.
Interested in becoming a New Vista Team Member
See below for employment opportunities
Life Skills Instructor
The Life Skills Instructor position works directly with Individuals having intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, including medical and behavioral issues, whom reside in one of New Vista’s 18+ homes.
The Life Skills Instructor position is responsible to assist the Senior Life Skills Instructor (House Manager) in daily oversight and supervision of operations of the house, Life Skills Instructors provide assistance with daily living skills and direct service in supporting Individuals’ morning, afternoon and evening routines. This includes but is not limited to assisting with meal preparation, hygiene, budgeting and transportation to support Individuals to reach their highest potential. Specific duties assigned by shift (day, swing, grave).
Senior Life Skills Instructor
The Senior Life Skills Instructor/House Manager position is responsible for the oversight and supervision of the daily operations of the house, including supervising Life Skills Instructors.
The Senior Life Skills Instructor provide support, assistance and training to staff on how to assist Individuals with daily living skills during mornings, afternoon and evening routines to support Individuals to reach their highest potential and perform daily activities if need.
Youth Life Skills Instructor
The Youth Life Skills Instructor position is responsible to serve foster care youth ages 6-18. LSI-Y assists children and youth to develop life skills and social skills in the home and community.
Youth Life Skills Instructor provides youth care and guidance consistent with the needs of youth who have mental health issues and behavioral challenges. Youth Life Skills Instructor utilizes skills in basic counseling, crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and problem-solving.
Senior Youth Life Skills Instructor
The Senior Youth Life Skills Instructor position is a supervisory role responsible for daily operations and oversight of a youth home serving foster care youth aged 6-18 years old. The Senior Youth Life Skills Instructor assists children and youth to develop life skills and social skills in the home and community.
This position provides staff guidance and youth care consistent with the needs of youth who have mental health issues and behavioral challenges. House Parents utilize skills in basic counseling, crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and problem-solving.
Job Training Instructor
Job Training Instructors report to the Job Training Instructor Lead and the Employment Coordinator. This position is responsible to provide specialized on-site training to Members with intellectual disabilities.
A Job Training Instructor will aid an individual with a disability to efficiently and safely learn transferable job skills needed to search for, obtain, and maintain employment in the community. Instructors may also assist in the acclamation of Members to the work environment.