Join the team that makes unimaginable opportunities happen for individuals with disabilities. We’re hiring!

Current open positions:

Residential Direct Support Provider

Our caring and helpful staff provide support services directly in the community, typically in the individual’s home. Staff assist the individuals we serve with many daily living activities following a person-centered approach. Direct Support Providers are responsible for many tasks including:

  • Creating an environment that encourages positive social interactions and life skills development
  • Mentoring individuals with disabilities, assisting with learning independent living
  • Encouraging self advocacy
  • Planning activities and outings in the community
  • Providing transportation to and from work, school, and other activities
  • Planning and preparing daily meals
  • Assisting with bathing, dressing, and personal hygiene
  • Administering prescribed medications
  • Following the provided service plans and approved supports and interventions
  • Completing service delivery, mileage and work time documentation

A typical shift/day for a Direct Support Provider may include picking up an individual from school or work and having fun at a planned activity in the community, such as going for ice cream, shopping, playing in the park, or seeing a movie. Staff might also transport and accompany individuals to appointments or spend time at home planning and preparing a meal, meeting friends or family, or working on independent living skills. Direct Support Providers are highly encouraged to create plans that help the individual to advocate for their interests and goals, and to develop positive relationships and roles in the community.

Above all, this job is what you make of it. We want our staff and individuals to have fun and enjoy their time together, to explore the community, learn new skills, meet new people, and experience life.

This position is perfect for someone who wants:

  • An easy second, part time job in the evenings or on weekends
  • A flexible schedule
  • To have fun in the community
  • To feel good about helping individuals with developmental disabilities

All staff must have the following:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Driver’s license and acceptable driving record
  • Vehicle liability insurance
  • Car in working condition
  • Ability to pass comprehensive background check and drug test
  • Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) helpful!

Please email for an application!

Bus Drivers

Our bus drivers drive participants to and from programming on morning and afternoon routes. This position is 25 hours per week, and includes benefits such as: 

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • PTO
  • 401K

Please email for an application!