Careers

Careers

Are you passionate about helping families? We are looking for You! Join the Nevada PEP Team and apply your life’s experiences to help others. Please click the opportunities below to learn more!

Family Specialist (Southern Nevada)

Join us in increasing opportunities for home, community, and school success for individuals with disabilities, including those with behavioral healthcare needs.

An ideal candidate for this position is a parent, or family member of a child with a disability, special healthcare needs, mental health needs, developmental delays, educational or behavioral concerns residing in Southern Nevada including Rural communities.

Other valued skills include:

  • the ability to develop a good working relationship with the community organizations, diverse populations, and the general public;
  • a team building attitude, ability to positively work with co-workers and volunteers;
  • a desire to provide non-judgmental family peer support.
Family Specialist (Northern Nevada)

Join us in increasing opportunities for home, community, and school success for individuals with disabilities, including those with behavioral healthcare needs.

An ideal candidate for this position is a parent, or family member of a child with a disability, special healthcare needs, mental health needs, developmental delays, educational or behavioral concerns, residing in Northern Nevada including Rural communities

Other valued skills include:

  • the ability to develop a good working relationship with the community organizations, diverse populations, and the general public;
  • a team building attitude, ability to positively work with co-workers and volunteers;
  • a desire to provide non-judgmental family peer support.
Information and Training Specialist (Northern Nevada)

Join us in increasing opportunities for home, community, and school success for individuals with disabilities, including those with behavioral healthcare needs.

The Information and Training Specialist is generally responsible for carrying out the activities of the Educational Services Department. An Information and Training Specialist prepares and presents workshops, participates in outreach activities, and provides information on the laws and topics that impact children with disabilities and their families. An ideal candidate for this position is a parent, or family member of a child with a disability or behavioral healthcare needs. Other valued skills include:

  • the ability to develop a good working relationship with the community organizations, diverse populations, and the general public;
  • a team building attitude, ability to positively work with co-workers and volunteers;
  • experience providing non-judgmental family peer support.
Information and Training Specialist (Southern Nevada)

Join us in increasing opportunities for home, community, and school success for individuals with disabilities, including those with behavioral healthcare needs.

The Information and Training Specialist is generally responsible for carrying out the activities of the Educational Services Department. An Information and Training Specialist prepares and presents workshops, participates in outreach activities, and provides information on the laws and topics that impact children with disabilities and their families. An ideal candidate for this position is a parent, or family member of a child with a disability or behavioral healthcare needs. Other valued skills include:

  • the ability to develop a good working relationship with the community organizations, diverse populations, and the general public;
  • a team building attitude, ability to positively work with co-workers and volunteers;
  • experience providing non-judgmental family peer support.
Youth MOVE Mentor (Northern Nevada)

Join us in increasing opportunities for home, community, and school success for individuals with disabilities, including those with behavioral healthcare needs.

The Youth Mentor is generally responsible for developing and supporting an authentic and integrated youth guided voice in the expansion of the System of Care (SOC) approach for children’s mental health. Mentoring youth to participate at all levels in the SOC, including planning, evaluation, training and service provision. Other valued skills include:

  • the ability to develop a good working relationship with the community organizations, diverse populations, and the general public;
  • a team building attitude, ability to positively work with co-workers and volunteers;
  • experience providing non-judgmental family peer support.

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