Job Opportunities

Title Technical Support Specialist
Salary $15.00/hour
Location Boise
Job Info

Technical Support Specialist

Community Partnerships is on the cutting edge of services to individuals with disabilities, as we are participant driven. Our participant base is kids, teens, and adults. Individuals with disabilities and their families view us as an integral part of the community. The uniqueness of Community Partnerships should also be attributed to the wonderful staff that we are privileged to employ, and that provide these quality services.  We are currently hiring a full time Technical Support Specialist to work out of our Boise office.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Provide technical support to staff including hardware and software troubleshooting, resolution and escalation. Responsible for proactive management of all requests for technical assistance from identification of issue to resolution. This position will work under the CISO, but must have the ability to work independently within existing policies and procedures.

 

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

– Troubleshoot technical issues with staff using Linux Mint and Windows 7 computers along with respective Linux and windows applications.

– Troubleshoot issues with company cell phones, printers, network devices and computer peripherals.

– Diagnose and troubleshoot issues in person, by phone, via ticketing system or by remote support tools.

– Perform security administration functions for user access, data access, and remote access.

– Provide support and training on operation and maintenance of PCs, cell phones, and peripherals in accordance with company procedures and security policies.

– Document all incidents, status, and resolutions in problem management tools in accordance with IT procedures.

– Must have the ability to triage severity of tickets and prioritize accordingly.

– Create, add, and maintain documentation in ticketing system, including problem determination, resolution, and escalation procedures.

– Complete other duties or tasks as assigned by the CISO.

 

SKILLS, REQUIREMENTS, AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

– Minimum 1 year experience in an IT Help Desk environment or relevant work experience.

– Ability to communicate effectively in both written and verbal form.

– Ability to convey ideas in a logical order and professional manner.

– Ability to analyze and diagnose technical problems utilizing documentation, tools, and knowledge database.

– Must posses a logical thought process and the ability to learn new systems, concepts, and procedures.

– Should have excellent customer service skills and the ability to calmly work with others.

– Must demonstrate professionalism and courtesy in all staff  interactions and be able to work unsupervised.

– Intermediate to advanced knowledge in PC hardware troubleshooting.

– Intermediate knowledge in Windows 7 and basic to intermediate knowledge of Linux Desktop OS troubleshooting.

– Intermediate to advanced knowledge in either MS Office or Open Office and the ability to instruct others in the intermediate level use of spreadsheet and word documents.

– Advanced knowledge of PC concepts, principles, maintenance and operation.

– Must have a good knowledge of network concepts & troubleshooting network connectivity issues.

– Must be willing to travel three to four days out of the month to satellite offices.

 

Wage – $15/hour

Benefits available after 2 months of full time employment

 

Applications and more information are available at http:/www.mycpid.com/jobs/

Email application and resume to: recruit@mycpid.com

Fax application and resume to: 208-376-4988

Community Partnerships of Idaho

3076 N Five Mile Rd

Boise, ID 83713  

AA/EOE



Title Habilitative Interventionist- Fruitland
Salary DOE
Location Fruitland
Job Info

Community Partnerships of Idaho, an agency dedicated to serving and supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness has immediate openings for a part time Habilitative Interventionist in our Fruitland Office to provide intervention therapy to children with disabilities ages 3 through 17 after school.  We have several full time and part time positions.  Services may be provided in the child’s home, center or community.

Responsibilities of this position include implementing therapy goals in daily therapeutic sessions with children with disabilities and challenging behaviors, and advising and assisting parents/guardians with therapeutic techniques and strategies.

Desired Skills & Experience:

  • Applicants must hold at least a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field (e.g. health care, social services, education, behavioral science, or counseling) from a nationally accredited college or university
  • One year experience working with children with developmental disabilities
  • Applicants must pass a background check and drug test
  • Applicants will possess an Idaho Habilitative Intervention Certificate
    • Community Partnerships will provide tuition assistance toward certification
  • Offering a $200 bonus to those with current Idaho Habilitative Intervention Certificate
  • Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and proof of insurance to transport clients to and from therapy sessions

Fax application &/or resume to: 208-642-8991 or

Email: recruit@mycpid.com

Application and more information available: www.mycpid.com

AA/EOE



Title Child Care Teacher – Part-time
Location Boise
Job Info

Child Care Teacher
Sandcastles Children’s Learning Center is looking for a child care teacher. Work in a warm, nurturing environment with a dedicated team. Participate in the care & education of a group of children under direction of a lead teacher & provide support to children with disabilities within the classroom. The ideal candidate would be energetic, flexible, loving and committed.   This position will start with 25 hours per week and could grow into more during the summer.

Requirements
• Certification in pediactric CPR/first aid
• Current Boise City Child Care License
• Education/enrollment in an Early Childhood Education Program (preferred)
• Experience with and/or enrollment in the IdahoSTARS PDS Program (preferred) 

Pay – DOE

Application available online at www.mycpid.com

Email resume and/or application to recruit@mycpid.com
Fax resume and/or application to 208-376-4988 

AA/EOE 



Title Employment Specialist
Salary DOE
Location Boise/Nampa
Job Info

Employment Specialist

Community Partnerships is on the cutting edge of services to individuals with disabilities, as we are participant driven. Our participant base is kids, teens, and adults. Individuals with disabilities and their families view us as an integral part of the community. The uniqueness of Community Partnerships should also be attributed to the wonderful staff that we are privileged to employ, and that provide these quality services.  

We are currently hiring an Employment Specialist to work out of our Boise and Nampa office to help individuals with employment barriers in preparing for, obtaining, maintaining and succeeding in gaining employment.  Employment Specialist work one-on-one with people with disabilities or other employment barriers to help them get jobs. Our job is to help others get jobs.

Employment Specialists will provide one-on-one job seeking assistance: completing applications,meeting employers and following up until employment is obtained for your client.  Provides employ-ability or job readiness training and support to ensure clients are job ready. Once your client is employed, the Employment Specialist assists on the job by providing training, job retention,and skill building support. The Employment Specialist will work along side their clients until independence is achieved.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities and helping people find their path to independence. You will be creating opportunities for people with disabilities to learn and achieve their goals. This position needs  forward thinking, creative, honest, independently driven, team player with outstanding communication and organization skills.

The position is a billable position and does offer a lot of autonomy and flexibility. The position starts as a part time position and could grow into a full time position. Benefits are available for full time employees averaging 30 hours per week. The position does require travel throughout the Treasure Valley. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, have their own reliable transportation and cell phone and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history and background check. Previous sales, human resource or employment experience preferred.  Spanish speaking abilities are highly desired.

To apply complete a letter of interest, resume and application. All 3 are required to be considered.
Fax: (208) 376-4988
Or email: recruit@mycpid.com
Application available at www.mycpid.com

AA/EOE



Title Clinical Supervisor – Nampa
Salary DOE
Location Nampa
Job Info

Clinical Supervisor
Community Partnerships of Idaho, Inc. has been providing services to children, teens and adults with disabilities since 1995. We are a well regarded organization, committed to living our company values of Integrity, Relationships, Personal Dignity and Innovation.  We invite you to be part of our Nampa Team.

Description:
The Clinical Supervisor trains, supervises Habilitative Intervention Services provided to participants ensuring quality and safety.
• Provides direct services for participants as needed and trains/supervises Habilitative Interventionists.
• Carries a caseload, including being the main contact for the family, scheduling/training/supervising staff for kids on the caseload.
• Meets paperwork deadlines for programming and revies requiarements, completes intervention assessments and baselines.   Keeps accurate files and documentation meeting the Department of Health & Welfare rule requirements.
• Participates on Nampa Supervisor Team and CPI Leadership Team.
• Upholds the company values and mission.

Qualifications:

  • HI Certificate preferred
  • Meet qualifications to maintain HI Certification:
    • Minimum of a BA in a human services field.
    • Must have completed competency cousework approved by the Department of Health and Welfare to demonstrate competency related to providing Habilitative Intervention (ABA, Child Theory/Psychology of Learning).
  • Two years minimum experience implementing HI therapy, Behavior Intervention, or ABA therapy.
  • Exprerience writing and implementing behavioral therapies.
  • Effective communication skills and positive relationship building skills.
  • Able to work independently, take initiative and be solution oriented.
  • Organized and efficient with time management.

Application and more information available at www.mycpid.com
Email recruit@mycpid.com
Or apply in person at:
Community Partnerships of Idaho, Inc.
2585 Nampa-Caldwell Blvd Suite 105
Nampa, ID 83651
208-468-1077
Fax 208-468-1071

AA/EOE



Title Supported Living Technician- Emmett
Salary DOE
Location Emmett
Job Info

EMMETT

Community Partnerships is on the cutting edge of services to individuals with disabilities, as we are participant driven. Our participant base is kids, teens, and adults. Individuals with disabilities and their families view us as an integral part of the community. The uniqueness of Community Partnerships should also be attributed to the wonderful staff that we are privileged to employ, and that provide these quality services.

We are currently hiring for Supported Living Technicians to assist adults with developmental disabilities to develop and maintain their independent living, financial and social skills while living in their own homes or apartments. Each individual has the choice of where to live, who to live with, where to work, and how to spend their time. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have their own reliable transportation, phone and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history background check.  We have weekend and on call positions available.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides individual therapy
  • Records and maintains total hours and service delivery times accurately on a daily basis
  • Transports individuals in vehicles
  • Treats participants with dignity and respect
  • Plans monthly activity and training calendars with participants
  • Participates in Individual Support Plan Meetings if requested by the individual receiving services and/or supervisor
  • Reports concerns and service needs to supervisor
  • Provides positive reinforcement according to the intervention techniques
  • Takes advantage of teachable moments
  • Must be available to work days, evenings and weekends

Minimum Skills, Education, Experience required:

  • One (1) year experience working with persons with developmental disabilities preferred
  • Must have skills necessary to follow and implement therapy programs
  • Ability to communicate effectively through oral and written communications
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and interdependently
  • Ability to effectively manage time, implement behavioral   principles and work in many different environments

Wage – DOE

Please apply at:

Application available on our website: www.mycpid.com

Community Partnerships of Idaho
608 S. Washington
Emmett, ID 83617
208-365-5781

Fax application &/or resume to: 208-398-7651

Email: recruit@mycpid.com

AA/EOE



Title Therapy Technician – Boise
Salary DOE
Location Boise
Job Info

Community Partnerships is on the cutting edge of services to individuals with disabilities, as we are participant driven. Our participant base is kids, teens, and adults. Individuals with disabilities and their families view us as an integral part of the community. The uniqueness of Community Partnerships should also be attributed to the wonderful staff that we are privileged to employ, and that provide these quality services.

Therapy Technician

We are currently hiring for  Therapy Technicians to work one-on-one with individuals with disabilities at our Boise office. Enjoy the rewards of helping individuals gain greater independence in daily living. Training provided.  Our Boise office has several FT and PT positions available working with adults.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have their own reliable transportation and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history and background check.

Wage – DOE.

Benefits available after 2 months of full time employment.

Applications and more information are available at http:/www.mycpid.com/jobs/

Email application and resume to: recruit@mycpid.com

Fax application and resume to: 208-376-4988

Community Partnerships of Idaho
3076 N Five Mile Rd
Boise, ID 83713  

AA/EOE



Title Habilitative Interventionist – Boise
Salary DOE
Location Boise
Job Info

Community Partnerships of Idaho, an agency dedicated to serving and supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness has immediate openings for full time Habilitative Interventionists.  The Habilitative Interventionist will provide  therapy to children developmental disabilities ages 3 through 17.   Services may be provided in the child’s school, home, center or community.

Responsibilities of this position include implementing therapy goals in daily therapeutic sessions with children with disabilities and challenging behaviors, and advising and assisting parents/guardians with therapeutic techniques and strategies.

Qualifications:

  • Must hold at least a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field (e.g. health care, social services, education, behavioral science, or counseling) from a nationally accredited college or university
  • One year experience working with children with developmental disabilities
  • Habilitative Intervention Certificate preferred
  • Community Partnerships will provide tuition assistance toward certification
  • Offering a $200 bonus to those with current certification

To apply:
Fax application &/or resume to: 208-376-4988
Email: recruit@mycpid.com
Application and more information available: www.mycpid.com

AA/EOE



Title Temporary Job Coaches – Boise
Salary $8.50-$9.50
Location Boise
Job Info

Temporary Job Coaches – Boise

Community Partnerships of Idaho Employment Department is recruiting  temporary job coaches for a Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP) put together by the Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ICBVI).  It is a 2 to 5 week employment opportunity from mid June to August 1st.  The position pays between $8.50-9.50 per hour DOE.

What is the SWEP program?  The SWEP program is an opportunity for blind or visually impaired students between 16-21 years of age. The students come from throughout Idaho and get the opportunity to visit Boise and work in an area business of their chosen vocation. The ICBVI contracts with CPI to provide job coaching support to the students participating. The purpose of this program is to give them some work exposure and training. ICBVI will be providing some training on blindness to our staff in June.

After the training period job coaches can expect to work 30-40 hours for two full weeks and some will work for up to a month (June 30- August 1st.) The job coach would typically be assigned to one student. The Job Coaches will meet their SWEP student at Boise State University’s dorm at 7:30 a.m. and will assist the student in learning the bus route (routes provided) to their job. The job sites are already established and the job coach’s role is to help the student learn their route to and from work as well as their work duties and be able to work independently on the job.

Daily logs will be taken detailing the happenings of the day. After 2 weeks of job coaching the clients then will work for another 2 weeks on their own in some cases CPI will be on site with the student for the entire month. A formal written report is required and due by August 4th.

Application available on our website – www.mycpid.com

To apply email application and/or resume to recruit@mycpid.com

Or fax application and/or resume to 376-4988

Contact Cassie Mills at cassie.mills@mycpid.com or 376-4999 ext 215 for further questions.

AA/EOE



Title Habilitative Supports Technician
Salary DOE
Location Fruitland
Job Info

Habilitative Supports Technician 

Community Partnerships of Idaho is a dedicated team of professionals working to improve the lives of children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness. We invite you to be part of our team.

Our Fruitland office is currently hiring full-time and part-time Habilitative Supports Technicians to work directly with children with developmental disabilities. As a Habilitative Supports Technician, you will work with children helping to facilitate integration into the community. You will help a child explore his or her interests by participating in community activities such as sports, scouting, peer groups etc.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of children with disabilities. You will be creating opportunities for children with disabilities to learn and achieve their goals.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have their own reliable transportation and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history background check.

Applications and more information are available at http://www.mycpid.com/jobs

Apply by email, fax or in person:

Email resume and application to: recruit@mycpid.com

Fax resume and application to
208-642-8991

Drop off in person:

Community Partnerships of Idaho

1401 N. Whitley Dr., Ste. 14

Fruitland, ID 83619

(208) 642-2283

AA/EOE



Title Employment Mentor-Part Time – Boise
Salary $8.50-$9.00/DOE
Location Boise
Job Info

Employment Mentor – Boise – Part Time Nights and Weekends

Community Partnerships is on the cutting edge of services to individuals with disabilities, as we are participant driven. Our participant base is kids, teens, and adults. Individuals with disabilities and their families view us as an integral part of the community. The uniqueness of Community Partnerships should also be attributed to the wonderful staff that we are privileged to employ, and that provide these quality services.  

We are currently a part time Employment Mentor for our Boise office.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist individuals with disabilities with their job at their job site.
  • Act as liaison w/employers, coworkers, other professionals and general public.
  • Negotiate job site accommodations, orientation and training to ensure on-going success
  • Maintains accurate time, billing, and mileage records

 

Requirements:

  • Previous human/social services-related field experience preferred
  • Excellent organizational skills, self directed, ethical, computer/typing skills, effective written and verbal skills, and ability to multi-task
  • Ability to work & handle a wide variety of individuals & situations
  • Must be 21 years of age and able to pass a H&W background check
  • Must possess: Dependable transportation, valid drivers license, auto insurance, phone voice-mail/answering machine
  • Must be willing to travel through out the Treasure Valley

Hours: 12-15 hours per week to start.

Please fax resume & application

Attn: David at 376-4988

Or email recruit@mycpid.com

Application available at www.mycpid.com

Apply in person or mail to:

Community Partnerships

3076 N Five Mile Rd

Boise, ID  83713

(208) 376-4999

AA/EOE



Title Habilitative Supports – Nampa
Salary DOE
Location Nampa
Job Info

Habilitative Supports Technician

Community Partnerships of Idaho is a dedicated team of professionals working to improve the lives of children and teens with developmental disabilities. We invite you to be part of our team.

Our Boise office is currently hiring  part time Habilitative Supports Technicians to work directly with children with developmental disabilities. As a Habilitative Supports Technician, you will work with children helping to facilitate integration into the community. You will help a child explore his or her interests by participating in community activities such as sports, scouting, peer groups etc.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of children with disabilities. You will be creating opportunities for children with disabilities to learn and achieve their goals.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have their own reliable transportation and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history and background check.

Applications and more information are available at http:/www.mycpid.com/jobs/

Fax resume and application to 208-468-1071

Email resume and application to recruit@mycpid.com

Community Partnerships of Idaho

2585 Nampa Caldwell Blvd Suite 105

Nampa, ID  83651

AA/EOE



Title School Clinical Supervisor
Location Boise
Job Info

School Clinical Supervisor
Community Partnerships of Idaho is a dedicated team of professionals working to improve the lives of children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness. We invite you to be part of our Boise Children’s Team.

Description:
The School Clinical Supervisor trains, supervises and leads Behavior Interventionists (BI) in the school setting:
• Represents Community Partnerships of Idaho to school teams. Collaborates with teachers, school teams and district team members.
• Observes and coordinates with multiple schools and school districts ensuring consistency and school contracts requirements are met.
• Ensures quality Behavioral Intervention services and paper work.
• Participates on Boise Children’s Program Supervisor Team and CPI Leadership Team.
• Upholds the company values and mission.

Qualifications:
• Minimum of a BA in a human services field required with a Masters preferred in area of Psychology, Education, ABA, or related discipline.
• Highly qualified and experienced Interventionist: Minimum 3 years experience working with children with developmental disabilities implementing behavior modification interventions.
• Strong supervisory skills with minimum 2 years supervisory experience.
• Effective communication skills and positive relationship building skills.
• Able to work independently, take initiative and be solution oriented.
• Organized and efficient with time management.

Application and more information available at www.mycpid.com
Email recruit@mycpid.com
Or apply in person at:
Community Partnerships of Idaho, Inc.
3076 N. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID 83713
208-376-4999
Fax 208-376-4988

AA/EOE



Title Therapy Technician – Nampa
Salary DOE
Location Nampa
Job Info

Community Partnerships is on the cutting edge of services to individuals with disabilities, as we are participant driven. Our participant base is kids, teens, and adults. Individuals with disabilities and their families view us as an integral part of the community. The uniqueness of Community Partnerships should also be attributed to the wonderful staff that we are privileged to employ, and that provide these quality services.

Therapy Technician

We are currently hiring a Therapy Technician to work one-on-one with individuals with disabilities at our Nampa office. Enjoy the rewards of helping individuals gain greater independence in daily living. Training provided.  Our Nampa office has a full time position available working with adults.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have their own reliable transportation and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history and background check.

Wage – DOE.

Benefits available after 2 months of full time employment.

Applications and more information are available at http:/www.mycpid.com/jobs/

Email application and resume to: recruit@mycpid.com

Fax application and resume to: 468-1071

Community Partnerships of Idaho
2858 Nampa-Caldwell Blvd Ste 105
Nampa, ID 83651  

AA/EOE



Title Habilitative Interventionist-Part Time- Mtn Home
Salary DOE
Location Mountain Home
Job Info

Community Partnerships of Idaho, an agency dedicated to serving and supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness has immediate openings for a part time Habilitative Interventionist to provide intervention therapy to children with disabilities ages 3 through 17.  This position could grow into full time.  Services may be provided in the child’s school, home, center or community.

Responsibilities of this position include implementing therapy goals in daily therapeutic sessions with children with disabilities and challenging behaviors, and advising and assisting parents/guardians with therapeutic techniques and strategies.

Desired Skills & Experience:

  • Applicants must hold at least a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field (e.g. health care, social services, education, behavioral science, or counseling) from a nationally accredited college or university
  • One year experience working with children with developmental disabilities
  • Applicants must pass a state background check and drug test
  • Applicants will possess an Idaho Habilitative Intervention Certificate
    • Community Partnerships will provide tuition assistance toward certification
  • Offering a $200 bonus to those with current Idaho Habilitative Intervention Certificate
  • Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and proof of insurance to transport clients to and from therapy sessions

Fax application &/or resume to: 208-587-0035 or

Email: recruit@mycpid.com

Application and more information available: www.mycpid.com

AA/EOE



Title Counselor/Child Therapist – Mountain Home
Salary DOE
Location Mountain Home
Job Info

Community Partnerships of Idaho has 20 years of excellence – making a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities in a caring work environment.  We invite you to join our team of committed staff.

We are looking for an experienced counselor to work with children and adults to manage physical, mental, social and emotional issues in our Mountain Home office. Must possess the ability to tailor techniques to various stages of development and be prepared to deal with many types of issues using a variety of techniques.

Minimum Skills, Education, Experience required:

  • Master’s Degree as a counselor, LPC, LCPC, LMSW or a LCSW in the state of Idaho
  • Clear understanding of Idaho state laws and liabilities regarding critical issues in counseling
  • Prefer previous experience working with children. Minimum of 1 year experience working with mentally ill population.
  • Ability to communicate effectively through written and oral communications
  • Strong Organizational skills and ability to complete accurate paperwork in a timely manner
  • Maintains licensure standards

Part-time.

Please apply by:

Faxing resume and/or application to:
208-587-0035

Email:  recruit@mycpid.com

AA/EOE


Title Childrens’s Habilitative Supports-Emmett
Location EMMETT
Job Info

EMMETT

Community Partnerships of Idaho is a dedicated team of professionals working to improve the lives of children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness. We invite you to be part of our team.

Our Emmett office is currently hiring Habilitative Support Technicians working with children with developmental disabilities.

As a Habiltative Support Tech, you will work with a child  helping them gain greater independence by assisting them in developing social skills.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities. You will be creating opportunities for people with disabilities to learn and achieve their goals.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have their own reliable transportation and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history and background check.

Please apply at:

Community Partnerships
608 S. Washington
Emmett, ID 83617
208-365-5781

Fax application &/or resume to: 208-398-7651

Email: recruit@mycpid.com

AA/EOE



Title Habilitative Supports – Part Time
Salary DOE
Location Boise
Job Info

Habilitative Supports Technician 

Community Partnerships of Idaho is a dedicated team of professionals working to improve the lives of children and teens with developmental disabilities. We invite you to be part of our team.

Our Boise office is currently hiring  part time Habilitative Supports Technicians to work directly with children with developmental disabilities. As a Habilitative Supports Technician, you will work with children helping to facilitate integration into the community. You will help a child explore his or her interests by participating in community activities such as sports, scouting, peer groups etc.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of children with disabilities. You will be creating opportunities for children with disabilities to learn and achieve their goals.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have their own reliable transportation and must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal history and background check.  Shifts available after school through early evening,  Monday – Friday.

Applications and more information are available at http:/www.mycpid.com/jobs/

Fax resume and application to 208-376-4988

Email resume and application to recruit@mycpid.com

Community Partnerships of Idaho
3076 N. Five Mile Rd
Boise, Idaho 83713
208-376-4999

AA/EOE