Posts filed under: Careers

CCS seeks management professionals. We have openings for a Senior Manager as well as a service coordinator. Details below: Senior ManagerCCS is seeking a Senior Manager, QDDP (Qualified Developmental Disabilities professional) with strong clinical and organizational skills to provide leadership to...
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CCS has openings for director support professionals and shared living providers. Details below: Direct Support Professional Join our Direct Support Professional team and work one on one with individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. Starting wage is $14.35 per hour, in addition to...
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Part time, flexible position supporting individuals through our developmental services and Homeward programs. This is an exciting and unique opportunity for a registered nurse who wants to make an impact on a variety of individuals. Responsibilities include training of staff,...
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Shared Living Provider Seeking individuals or couples to provide residential supports to an individual with an intellectual disability in your home, or in theirs. A generous stipend, paid time off (respite), comprehensive training & supports are available. We are currently...
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CCS is hiring direct support staff to offer one-to-one supports to people with intellectual disabilities and autism. Great training and supervision, a variety of schedules, benefits offered. Make a difference in someone’s life! See the full job description Download our Application...
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Tight job market? CCS’ nationally recognized supported employment program Way2Work helps strengthen and diversify the local workforce so that it WORKS for the whole economy. Way2Work is a funded program of United Way of Northwest Vermont. Thanks to Megan Carpenter...
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Make a difference in your community and in someone’s life. CCS boasts a dynamic and energetic staff of Community Inclusion Facilitators (CIF) who provide one-to-one supports to individuals with developmental disabilities, helping them achieve their goals: in the workplace, transitioning...
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