Champlain Community Services is a growing developmental services provider agency with a strong emphasis on self-determination values and employee and consumer satisfaction. Named a “Best Place to Work” for 2019.
Join our team of professionals and provide case management for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. In this role you will learn about strategies for individualized supports; build trusting, professional relationships; lead teams towards a greater goal; and continue your career in human services in a supportive & fun environment. This is a rewarding position where you can make a big difference in the lives of many.
Send cover letter and application to David Crounse
Direct Support Professional
Join our Direct Support Professional team to work one on one with individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. This is an excellent job for applicants entering human services or for those looking to continue their work in this field.
To apply, send your cover letter and application to Karen Ciechanowicz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct Support Professional Overnights
Be a part of a team working with a considerate, resourceful, wheelchair-using man with a budding talent for photography and political activism. You will support him in his home and a variety of community activities based on his interests. Multiple 24-hour shifts available. Compensation is $200/day including asleep overnight hours.
Candidates must be able to lift fifty pounds, and be comfortable providing personal care. Driver’s license and background checks are required. Experience is helpful but willing to train the right candidate.
To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to email@example.com
Shared Living Providers
- Provide residential supports to an individual with an intellectual disability in your home. A generous stipend, paid time off (respite), comprehensive training & supports are provided for the following positions.
- Support a personable man in your accessible home. This individual enjoys fishing, being out in nature, taking ferry rides and socializing. The ideal candidate will support him in accessing his community and with activities of daily living
- Support a humorous gentleman with autism who enjoys walking, drawing and bowling.
- Support a kind gentleman who enjoys being involved in the community and in social settings. The ideal candidate will be patient, flexible and have strong interpersonal and communication skills. Person-centered facilitated communication training is provided.
For more information email Jennifer Wolcott, or call 655-0511 ext. 118
Essex family is seeking respite for young adult who wants to get out in the community to explore his interests. Support in transportation to and from work may be needed, and transportation from a college campus in Williston two afternoons a week. This young adult is very articulate, has several hobbies and many interests. This is a great position for someone looking for a few extra hours a week.
Please send your resume and letter of interest to William Pebler