902 Day Street 

Shenandoah, IA 51601

Phone - 712-246-1242

Fax - 712-246-1243

210 Broadway Street

Red Oak, Iowa 51566

​Phone - 712-623-8014

712-623-8997

Redemption Hours

​Monday  12-5

Tuesday 12-5

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 12-5

Friday 12-5

Saturday 9-1

207 South 3rd 

Red Oak, IA 51566

Phone - 712-623-4362

Fax - 712-623-4780

 

210 Broadway Street

Red Oak, Iowa 51566

Phone - 712-623-8014

712-623-8997

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Tel: Red Oak 712.623.4362

Shenandoah 712.246.1242

Careers

Job Openings:

  • We have openings in Shenandoah, Red Oak,  and Glenwood. Hours vary depending on position. Wages starting at $14 an hour.  See bottom of page for job descriptions. 

 

 

To Apply

  • Click the Apply Now button below or

  • Visit one of our offices for an application

  • Shenandoah (902 Day St)

  • Red Oak (207 N. 3rd St)

  • Glenwood (103 N. Walnut St)

  • For more information call 712-246-1242

  • Drug Screenings/Background Checks required

  • Equal Opportunity Employer

Nishna provides supervision and independent living skills training to individuals with disabilities in Residential and employment services settings.  Benefits offered after 90 days for positions of 34+ hours per week. Benefits include health, vision insurance and life insurance, paid holidays, paid vacation and wellness time, 403 B and a flexible Benefits Plan. High School Diploma or GED qualifies for most positions. 

Call Lori for more information 712--246-1242 x323 or email NPI-HR@nishna.org

 See bottom of page for descriptions of current job openings .

Buddy Program:

It is our mission to provide individuals the support needed to accomplish their goals.  A part of this is helping them to be as independent in the community as possible, and assisting them to develop natural supports.  Developing friendships with people in their community is a great way to build independence.  In this effort, we have developed the Buddy Program.  In this program, we match clients with a volunteer based on their interests and hobbies.  We ask for a commitment from volunteers to do at least one activity a month with their buddy.  It could be shooting hoops at the park, or going out to a movie, maybe going to a local sporting event, or a craft show.  Whatever activity might interest both the volunteer and the individual.  The focus of the program is spending time with a friend and good role model, and building that friendship and independence.  Individuals are responsible to pay their way for all activities.  If you are interested in volunteering to participate in the Buddy Program, or possibly one of our other service areas.

 For more information Call

Emily Martin  712-623-4362 ext. 106.

or Brenda Rieken 515-230-2222.

Job Descriptions 

Consumer Accounts Reconciler

Team Leader

Secondary Sleeping overnights

 

Fun Coach

One on One, Fun Coach-Oak GH

Day Hab Instructor

Day Hab Team Leader

Assistant Team Leader

Supported Community Living Specialist