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New hires are eligible for a $1,500 sign-on bonus
“The knowledge that everything I do is to help the residents have a better quality of life. I help teach skills that they can utilize out in the world when they leave our care.” Mathew, Shared Aide
Are you looking for a new challenge? From going shopping, playing basketball in the park, helping make dinner, or going to an amusement park, no two days are the same at Springbrook! As a Shared Day Habilitation Assistant, you’ll be part of the best. For over 95 years, Springbrook has provided quality supports and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Working with people who live with a developmental disability is a highly rewarding job based on building relationships with awesome people. Every day is a chance to make a positive difference in someone’s life. Earn good money, make a difference and gain experience that matters. When you are ready, Springbrook is ready to invest in you.
To provide assistance to people receiving services throughout all aspects of their lives across educational, residential and community environments. Provides support for activities of daily living (ADL’s) including personal care. Promote choice and independence while providing protective oversight. Demonstrate compliance with all Springbrook policies and State regulations to ensure safe and smooth operation of the Day Habilitation and Residential programs.
Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge Requirements:
Springbrook is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of Springbrook to prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type and to afford equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin or citizenship, age, genetic predisposition or carrier status, gender identity or expression, disability, military or veteran status, sexual or reproductive health decisions, traits historically associated with race and/or any other status or characteristic protected by law.