Interested in making a difference in the lives of others? For more than 20 years, HIL has been serving adults who are developmentally disabled and physically challenged. Our company is recognized as a leader in our industry. We are committed to the residents we serve and to our employees. HIL fosters a “career path” philosophy. We encourage loyalty and longevity by offering a variety of employment and advancement opportunities.
HIL is proud to be an employee-owned company. Each employee has not only a responsibility to provide the best care, but also gets the benefit of being a partial owner. This includes offering an Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP).
A comprehensive benefits package for full-time employees (30 hours or more per week) includes paid training, vacation, sick leave/personal days, holiday, medical/dental/vision insurance, life insurance, short-term disability coverage, flexible spending accounts, a 401(k) retirement plan, ESOP, free meals, and much more!
HIL looks first to its own staff when promotional opportunities occur. This is an added incentive for staff to grow and learn.
The staff providing direct care supports to the people we serve make all the difference in the person’s quality of life. Employees receive coaching, modeling, support, oversight and backup from HIL’s supervisory staff. Most of the supervisory, management, and other administrative staff members employed by HIL were previously direct care employees, so they have a good understanding of the needs of the people we serve, as well as the staff charged with caring for them.
HIL provides formal and on-the-job orientation training for all new employees and ongoing training for all employees. Training includes topics such as resident rights, issues concerning specific areas of disabilities of the people we serve, administration of medications, dietary needs, first aid, fire safety, standard precautions, how to prepare and carry out Individual Service Plans, how to respectfully care for the personal needs of people who are disabled, and other trainings and information relating to how to effectively and successfully support the people in our care.