Do you ever wish you were doing more to make the world a better place? At Sunrise, you can make a difference every day. We help people who experience mental, physical, behavioral, and developmental challenges to access care and achieve the highest possible quality of life.
No matter what your role is at Sunrise, you are making a huge difference in others’ lives!
How Sunrise Makes a Difference
Sunrise provides a wide range of services to help people who are elderly, have developmental disabilities, face daily physical challenges, have mental or behavioral challenges, or need help managing employment. We have been helping people throughout the Puget Sound region for over 40 years.
Here are just a few of the services we offer to individuals who need them:
- Home Care
- Geriatric Transitions
- Mental and Behavioral Health Services
- Career Assistance for Adults With Disabilities
- Adult Family Homes
- Health Homes
- Supported Community Living
- Recovery Services
- Financial Management and Payee Services
- Caregiver Training
How You Can Make a Difference By Working at Sunrise
Sunrise is hiring for a wide range of positions that help community members throughout the Puget Sound Region. Check out our job search page to see what’s available right now.
Here are few areas where we are looking to hire:
Sunrise is hiring Care Coordinators to help with Health Homes, our outreach program that engages clients with health and social services to better meet their needs. In this role, you can work directly with clients and their medical providers to help people live their lives to the fullest. We are seeking candidates with at least two years of experience in the mental health field.
The role includes managing and coordinating care, health promotion, providing individual and family support, referring clients to community and social support services, and other much-needed services. Care coordinators help people with chronic conditions, mental health conditions, and substance use disorders find the care and support that will help them thrive.
Home Care Aide
to medical appointments and shopping. We hire caregivers at all levels, including HCAs, CNAs, and mental health support specialists.
Sunrise provides paid training for new home care aides through our state-approved and accredited program.
Community Living Facilitator
Community Living Facilitators help supervise, train, and retain staff to help clients in our Supported Living Program who need care. They make sure that clients are safe and healthy, investigate problems, respond to problems at residences, maintain relationships with the client’s loved ones and guardians, and sometimes work direct care shifts to ensure appropriate staffing.
Community living facilitators play a key role in ensuring that clients get the care they need. We prefer candidates with at least one year of experience.
Employment specialists at Sunrise help adults with mild to severe disabilities gain competitive employment through our Community Trades and Careers Program. They also provide job coaching, offer job development, and facilitate supported employment activities when clients need these services.
We are looking for candidates who are registered to work in the field, have at least a year of experience in vocational services, and have an active National Provider Identifier with Sunrise reflected as the agency designation.
Mental Health Professional
Sunrise is always hiring mental health professionals! There are multiple programs you can help with, including:
- Geriatric Transitions, where we help stabilize clients’ housing and reduce the length of inpatient stay.
- Behavioral Health, where we integrate services to treat the whole person and help patients with substance use, depression, anxiety, early stages of dementia, or more acute mental illness.
If you have a master’s degree in counseling, social science, or psychiatric nursing and are looking for professional challenges with a schedule that fits your life, we would love to hire you!
Substance Use Disorder Professional
At Sunrise, Substance Use Disorder Professionals (SUDPs) help clients and their families during the rehabilitation process. They provide information, counseling, and referral services to clients in individual and group settings, plus crisis intervention when necessary.
As a SUDP, you will work closely with clients as you provide chemical dependency therapy, assess clients’ problems, formulate treatment plans, apply treatment modalities, and monitor clients’ responses to clinical interventions. We require either an associate’s degree in human services or two years of similar education from an approved school. If you want to help people with substance use disorders, this is the job for you!
You don’t have to have a background in human services or work directly with clients to make a difference at Sunrise! We also regularly hire office staff for our locations throughout the Puget Sound region, including bookkeepers, administrative assistants, recruiters, and more.
These are just a few of the many roles we are hiring for at Sunrise. We have positions for people at just about every level of education and experience. To see our current job openings, check out our job search page.