Two full-time positions with excellent benefits and competitive pay.

  • Case Manager/Independent Living Specialist (ILS) –The person hired for this position will deliver our Core Services (Information & Referral, Independent Living Skills Training, Advocacy, Peer Support, youth transition and nursing facility diversion/deinstitutionalization) to individuals with disabilities.  The ILS also works with other organizations on related issues, organizes a peer support group, performs outreach/education on RCIL services, organizes group trainings, and much more.  This position is funded by a grant from Kansas Rehabilitation Services.
  • Youth Transition Specialist –Funded by a grant from the, Walter S. and Evan C. Jones Testamentary Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee, RCIL is looking to hire someone that will work well with young people between the ages of 14-24 and their families to provide an enhanced level of Core Services focused in the unique needs of a person transitioning into adulthood.

We need self-starters that will represent RCIL well and are passionate about working with people with disabilities.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  The ILS will work with consumers in Lyon, Marion, Chase, and Morris counties and occasionally in Coffey and Greenwood counties.  Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.  The Youth Specialist will work in Lyon, Osage and Coffey counties.

RCIL, a non-profit organization, gives hiring preference to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Interested?  Call Adam Burnett or Deone Wilson at 785-528-3105 or apply by submitting cover letter, resume and three references to hr@rcilinc.org.

Resource Center for Independent Living

The Kansas Youth Empowerment Academy is partnering with the Resource Center for Independent Living and bringing our Empower Me! Series “It’s My Life!” Workshop to Osage City and surrounding area youth! This is simply a one-day, weekend workshop that will help youth with disabilities learn how to live independently, make good decisions, and take charge of their life and future.

This workshop will be held on Saturday, April 14 at the Resource Center for Independent Living in Osage City. It will take place from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm, but the day will be completely interactive with speakers, hands on activities, group discussion, food, prizes, and more! Participants will learn about a variety of different topics including independent living, housing, money management, transportation, decision making, communication, and more. Throughout the day, participants will learn about the various options, as well as resources, that are available in their community. They will even leave the workshop with a goal plan containing independent living goals.

So, who can attend this workshop?

  • Must be between the ages of 15 and 25.
  • Must have a disability (as defined by the Americans With Disabilities Act).
  • Must live in Osage City or surrounding areas (nearby towns include Lyndon, Burlingame, Carbondale, Lebo, Allen, Eskridge, Pomona, Waverly, Hartford, Burlington, and Melvern).

There is no cost for participants to attend. KYEA will arrange for accommodations that are needed, including brainstorming transportation options.

See attached flyer and registration form. To attend this workshop, youth must fill out the registration form and return to us by APRIL 2, 2018.

It’s My Life flyer

It’s My Life- Registration Form

The Kansas Youth Empowerment Academy and Resource Center for Independent Living present… A workshop of the Empower Me! Series

Join us as we bring you the complete lowdown on relationships, dating, friendship, and sexual health!

Saturday, May 6
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Townhouse Apartments Community Room in Iola
(217 N. Washington)

KYEA

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WHAT: We all deserve happy and healthy relationships! Spend a day with us learning about all types of relationships, dating, social skills, safety, sexual health, and more in an interactive group setting. Hear from speakers, participate in group discussions, meet other youth with disabilities, enjoy hands on activities, food, prizes, and more! Register NOW!

WHO: This workshop is open to youth with disabilities, ages 15-25, who live in Iola or surrounding areas.

For more information: Contact Carrie at 785.215.6655 or carrieg@kyea.org.

Registrations DUE by APRIL 28!

Relationships 411 flyer info

Relationships 411 flyer- text only

Relationships 411- Registration Form