Openings

We currently have the following openings as at 01/21/20


Direct Support Professional


​The Direct Support Professional (DSP) is responsible for assisting people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) with life skills to help them achieve greater independence in as many areas of their lives as possible. The DSP must be flexible enough to provide person-centered supports focusing on the specific needs and abilities of the person they are working with. They must also safeguard them from harm and minimize their risk wherever possible. The DSP is required to complete regular appropriate documentation daily.


Typical job responsibilities include:

- Ensures a safe work and training environment for the persons supported
-  Drives program vehicle for pickups and drop-offs and to daily activities
- Ensures that all documentation is completed contemporaneously and accurately
- Attends semi-annual reviews of each individual’s Staff Action Plan if possible
- Completes reports on progress towards meeting goals and outcomes of persons supported
- Ensures that all billing information for the program is completed and submitted promptly
- Responds to all correspondence promptly and professionally, meeting required timeframes
- Communicates effectively with individuals their families
- Establishes positive relationships with parents, guardians, and advocates of the individuals receiving services
- Works closely with coworkers and individuals to ensure the supports meet their needs and expectations
- Communicating effectively with co-workers, administrators, care managers, and staff from other entities.


The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 1-year experience in a similar role and at least a High school diploma or it's equivalent


Day Habilitation Supervisor


​The role is responsible for the day to day operations and management of the Day Habilitation Program. Typical job responsibilities include:

- ensures that the people attending the program receive the supports they need,

- oversees the maintenance of programs,

- writes the day habilitation goals, develops and ensures the implementation of staff action plans, and coordinates his/her attendance at the scheduled Life Plan meetings bi-annually for each person.

- supports and assists each person in attaining their needs, desires, and dreams through a person-centered planning focus.

- assures quality services by providing an environment that is conducive to the welfare of the person and following federal, state, local, and organization regulations and policies.

She/he provides direct support and supervision to the Direct Support Professionals (DSPs). She/he leads the programs and serves as an advocate to ensure appropriate treatment, teaching, and protection of the individuals’ rights. She/he develops and cultivates positive relationships with families and other stakeholders. She/he monitors the services provided to the individuals in each of the programs.

The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 1-year experience in a similar role and at least an associate degree or it's equivalent

Community Habilitation Supervisor


The Community Habilitation Supervisor is responsible for managing a designated caseload of individuals who receive Community Habilitation Services. The supervisor is responsible for ensuring that staff support and assist individuals in attaining their needs, desires, and dreams through a person-centered planning focus and following a Habilitation/Staff Action Plan. The supervisor assures quality services by ensuring an environment that is conducive to the welfare of the individuals and following federal, state, local, and organization regulations and policies. The supervisor will provide direct supervision to the Direct Support Professionals (DSP). The supervisor is an effective communicator and must be a good listener, always act professionally, and treat all with respect.


The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 1-year experience in a similar role and at least a High school diploma or it's equivalent


Leadership Support Associate


The role involves working closely with the company's management team to implement processes and systems. Typical job responsibilities include:
- Conduct organizational studies & evaluations
- Design financial and operational systems & procedures including internal dashboards to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. 
- Prepare operations & procedure manuals as well as develop financial forecasts.


The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 4 years of experience in a similar role and have an MBA from a reputable institution


If you are interested in any of these roles or you are interested in working with us but do not see a role that fits your background and educational

experience, please click the button below and fill out the application form with a recent copy of your resume and cover letter.