Thank you for your interest in employment with Connections for Independent Living. If applying for a position, please send your resume and a cover letter by email message.
Thank you for your interest about employment opportunities at Connections for Independent Living. Currently, we have no open position. When we do, please send resume and brief cover letter with self-identification as a person with disability if applicable, as a single PDF to: email@example.com.
The mission of Connections for Independent Living is to promote the full inclusion and integration of people with all types of disabilities into all levels of society.
As the highest leadership body of Connections, and to satisfy its fiduciary duties, the board of directors is responsible for:
Each individual board member must:
If you have interest in serving as a member of the board of directors, and live within the Connections service area, submit your letter of interest and how you can help Connections meet its goals, along with your professional resume, by email message for full consideration. Persons who live with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Connections for Independent Living is the nonprofit independent living center for northeastern Colorado, including Weld, Yuma, Sedgwick, Washington, Phillips, Logan and Morgan counties. Connections is also the largest provider of ASL interpretation for northern Colorado. As a Center for Independent Living, Connections is mandated to provide five Core Services: Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Support, Individual and Systems Advocacy, Information and Referral, and Nursing Home Transitions. These Core Services are delivered through a series of programs referred to as Independent Living programs.
Overview: The volunteer hours for a Connections for Independent Living TechMate will likely require fewer than two hours each week on average. Availability will be on days and times that are mutually convenient for the client and for the TechMate volunteer. This will include evenings and weekends.
All volunteer support will be by telephone, Zoom, FaceTime, or other virtual platforms. No travel is required.
People with disabilities are highly encouraged to apply as more than 50 percent of our team have a range of disabilities and life experiences, which enhance our ability to advocate.
Volunteers help unleash the power of technology to ensure persons with disabilities have the skills and tools to connect with the outside world. TechMates work with consumers to nurture the necessary skills to confidently use a range of mainstream technology, including PC computers, ChromeBooks, smartphones, and mobile telephone applications. In this role, the volunteer will:
Benefits of Position
Qualities, Skills and Training
We ask that the successful candidate provide their own home internet service, as well as home office space. This is a volunteer position, with a commitment of about two hours’ time per week on average.
Please send a brief letter of experience and interest to firstname.lastname@example.org to begin your application process.
EEO Disclaimer: Connections for Independent Living is an equal opportunity employer and therefore does not discriminate according to age, disability status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or genetic information. Individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.