DSP—Community Connections

Do you like to make meaningful connections with people? Are you a caring and thoughtful individual? Do you believe that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and in a way that upholds their dignity? Are you looking for a challenging career where you can improve the lives of others? Then we are looking for YOU!

We are hiring full-time and part-time Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) to join our team in Batesville, Brookville, Milan, Sunman, Osgood, Oldenburg, and Rising Sun.

Our Community Connections DSPs help our clients reach their individual goals by teaching life skills and helping our clients connect to people in their communities.

To qualify you must:

  • Be 18 years or older
  • Have at least a High School Diploma or GED
  • Have reliable transportation and a clean driving record
  • Pass a drug screening and a criminal background check

In return, we offer:

  • Comprehensive training, competitive wages, and a flexible schedule

Full-time employees also enjoy:

  • Healthcare, dental, and vision benefits, Paid life insurance, Matching 401 (k), and paid annual leave

Experience assisting people with disabilities is preferred, but we are willing to train candidates with the desire to help others become independent in their homes and communities.


 

Production Worker

Part-Time:

  • 30-35 hours/wk.
  • First Shift Needed

Responsibilities:

  • Package
  • Assembly
  • Inspection
  • Material Handling

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds
  • Extended periods of standing
  • Working with tools or specialized equipment
  • Repetitive motion (bending, reaching)

 

DSP—Residential Services
(Full Time & Part Time)

Provide the supports necessary for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have full access to their community. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing personal assistance, instructing in activities of daily living and task completion, as well as transportation to and from community resources and events. Experience working with individuals with disabilities is helpful, but not required.

Full time and part time positions available in Ripley, Franklin, and Dearborn counties.

Requirements:

  • Good driving record
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Must be able to work various shifts
  • Must be able to work weekends if needed

 

DSP—Residental Services
(Part Time, Weekends Only)

 

Provide the supports necessary for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have full access to their community. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing personal assistance, instructing in activities of daily living and task completion, as well as transportation to and from community resources and events. Experience working with individuals with disabilities is helpful, but not required.

Requirements:

  • Driver's license with a good driving record
    High school diploma or GED
  • Weekend shifts only

Job Type:

  • Part-time; Weekends (20-24 hours)

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent

Required license or certification:

  • Driver's License

 

DSP- Industrial Services

Oversight of production and other client related activities in the sheltered employment program including, but not limited to, production supervision and tracking, monitoring of job quality, implementation and record keeping for client’s work related goals, developing and supervising meaningful down-time activities, and participation in departmental meetings. 

Job Responsibilities:

·         Compliance to agency policies, Agency Code of Ethics, and those of governing authorities           as ISO, BQIS, CARF and procedural guidelines related to such.                                      

·         Sets an example with a positive and supportive attitude.

·         Relates to individuals served in a positive, patient and professional manner.

·         Promotes teamwork in the work place.

·         Communicates well with coworkers, team leaders, forklift operator, service coordinators &             supervisors.

·         Quality of work is accurate and precise.

·         Mets daily productivity requirements.

·         Able to follow verbal and /or written instructions.

·         Has practical/technical knowhow or knowledge to perform job.

·         Ability to properly perform behavior intervention procedure as needed.

·         Ability to assist and aid individuals needing emergency assistance.

·         Provide structured pre-vocational activities with assigned workers when there is no work           available.

·         Identifies and corrects errors during the work process.

·         Train and assist assigned workers to learn new job skills, follow work sample and                         instructions.

·         Accurately administer and track prescribed medications and PRN’s given.

·         Documents required objective goals, chrono/progress notes, reports, and production time           sheets daily.

·         Acutely count, record, input and calculate all workers production counts & billing hours            without errors.                  

·         Perform and document quality checks on Production Quality Logs.

·         Assist with supervising of the breakroom/bathroom during breaks, lunches and at the end        of the day.

·         Provides personal care and/or assistance to individuals served in a dignified and respectful        manner.

 Minimum Qualifications: Be 18 years or older; Have at least a High School Diploma or GED; Have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and auto insurance; Be able to pass a drug screen and criminal background check

In return, we offer:  Comprehensive training; Competitive wages; Flexible schedule

Full-time employees also enjoy: Healthcare, dental, and vision benefits; Paid life insurance; Matching 401 (k); Paid annual leave

Experience assisting people with disabilities is preferred, but we are willing to train candidates with the desire to help others become independent in their homes and communities. 


 

DSP—Life Skills

Provide the supports necessary for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have full access to their community. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing personal assistance, instructing in activities of daily living and task completion, as well as transportation to and from community resources and events. Experience working with individuals with disabilities is helpful, but not required.

Requirements:

  • Full-time (8:00a - 3:30p)
  • Good driving record needed to operate agency vehicle
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Physical lifting to assist consumers' body weight
  • Extended periods of standing
  • Excessive walking
  • Working with tools or specialized equipment may be necessary

Job Type:

  • Full time

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent