Our agency is committed to hiring, training, and retaining dedicated, ethical, and caring staff to provide quality services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities within Adams County, Colorado.
Job positions include direct care, case management, supervisory, maintenance, clerical, administrative, accounting, and janitorial. Some positions are full-time, others are part-time or on-call as needed. Our residential program has developed creative scheduling in our group homes to accommodate the 24/7 nature of those locations. Most other agency positions work a 4-day (Monday-Thursday), 36-hour week.
Please follow our application instructions to be considered. All interested candidates must apply using the link below. North Metro only accepts applications for open positions. General applications will not be considered.
|Human Resources Team|
|Jennifer O’Shea – HR Director|
|Sam Marrujo – Training Coordinator|
|Cassie Haymaker – HR Generalist|
|Leanne Searles – HR Generalist|
Please note: Please contact the Human Resources Department with any questions about our positions or the application process. We can be reached at Human.Resources@nmetro.org or by phone at 303-255-6506. Candidates being considered for an open position will usually have contact within 1-3 days on normal business days. Please note that North Metro administrative offices are closed on Fridays.
FMLA regulations require all employers to post the updated FMLA notice.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. At North Metro, our organization literally accepts, celebrates and supports difference. We are better because of it for the benefit of our employees, our services and our community. No employee or applicant at NMCS will be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, creed, ancestry, sex, age (40 and older), disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, gender identity or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws. While North Metro is committed to following this principle in every facet of employment, all employees share in the responsibility to promote and foster a favorable and harassment free work environment.
If you need a reasonable accommodation to apply for an open position, please contact Cassie Haymaker, HR Generalist or call (303) 255 – 6590.