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Roundup Fellowship is looking for fun, energetic, compassionate women and men to join our team. Whether you are looking for full-time employment or a contracting position,  share your time, talents, and interests with teens and adults who live, work, attend school and recreate in our community.  Opportunities for people who are caring, respectful, creative, and good role models are here.  Use your skills in teaching, counseling, planning, and connecting.  We employ a diverse group of individuals who give their best.


We currently have positions available in both Denver and Colorado Springs. Click here to see open positions and apply. The process is so easy you will soon be on your way to helping to change the lives of the adults and children we help to realize their potential!

Employee Requirements:

  • Three previous job references
  • Trails background check for child abuse/neglect
  • Criminal record check
    • Including an FBI fingerprint check in the children’s programs
  • Motor vehicle record check
  • Physical exam and/or TB test
  • Verification of education and previous experience
  • Minimum age requirements.

Required Training for New Employees:
All employees are in training for the first three months of their employment. During this time, training and supervision are heightened.

  • Medication administration certification
  • First Aid and CPR certification
  • Client abuse, neglect, and exploitation training
  • Introduction to Intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Safety Cares
  • Agency Orientation
  • Required Documentation
  • Program Orientation
  • Defensive driving
  • Universal precautions
  • Emergency Preparedness

* In addition to the training provided for new employees, all employees are expected to receive 24 hours of ongoing training each year.

Host Home Provider

Become a Host Home Provider/Independent Contractor for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities

The ideal candidate possesses the following characteristics/skills:

  • Must be at least 18 years old 
  • Must have dependable and reliable transportation with the ability to transport safely
  • Ability to pass multiple background checks
  • Ability to lift 50-75 pounds
  • Excellent social skills to interface with families and individuals with developmental disabilities
  • Detail-oriented and task-oriented
  • Reliable, dependable, and motivated
  • Must have must pass a HUD inspection and have at least one available bedroom
  • Prefer experience and knowledge working with the developmentally disabled community.
  • In addition, we are looking for homes that have wheelchair accessibility throughout the main living space.
  • Must have accessibility in and out of the home with ramps or be wheelchair friendly
  • A passion for actively working to improve the lives of persons with disabilities
  • We would prefer knowledge of developmental disabilities, mental health, and trauma. Roundup Fellowship will provide training in all these areas.
  • Interventions/Re-direction in an effective, calm, and caring manner
  • Desire to work closely within a community network of family members, individuals, and agencies
  • CNA or medical training is preferred but not required.

    Contractors receive competitive stipends to provide care to the individual(s) in the provider’s home. This position is responsible for 24/7 care in the provider’s home either through provider or trained respite providers. All necessary training is provided by Roundup Fellowship.