Join our dedicated team and help us build a community where everyone participates and belongs.

Named a “Best Place to Work in Vermont” for 2019 and 2020, CCS is a growing developmental services and health care provider emphasizing self-determination and employee and consumer satisfaction. 

A “best place to work” in Vermont . . .

CCS Executive Director Elizabeth Sightler on our being named a
“Best Place to Work in Vermont”

Service Coordinator

Join our team of professionals providing 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 compassionate & fun environment. This is a rewarding position where you can make a big difference in your community and in a variety of individuals lives.

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This position offers a comprehensive benefits package including affordable health insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, dental plan, employee assistance program, retirement plan match and so much more. In addition to these benefits, CCS has been voted as one of the Best Places to Work for the second year in a row in 2020. Join us! We would love to have you as part of our team.

Send your cover letter and application to Leigh Studley at

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 at:

Shared Living Providers

Open your home to someone with an intellectual disability or autism and make a positive impact on their life, and yours! A generous stipend, paid time off (respite), comprehensive training & supports are provided. CCS is currently offering a variety of opportunities that could be the perfect match for your household and lifestyle.

For more information email Jennifer Wolcott, or call 655-0511 ext. 118

Direct Support Professional Overnights

Seeking experienced individuals to support a dynamic young woman with a quick wit and energetic personality. She loves cars, animals, and a range of indoor and outdoor physical activities. She needs staff with patience, clear communication skills, and the ability to set strong boundaries, who can pass a criminal background check. You will support her in her home and the community in 24-hour shifts, including asleep overnights in a private, furnished bedroom. Compensation is $250 per day.

For more information or to apply, please contact Eva at, or call 802-655-0511, x. 102.

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 $250/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

Respite Support Worker

Open your accessible home to a delightful gentleman in need of evening and weekend overnight respite.  A clean, safe, caring and wheelchair accessible environment as well as an extra bedroom is required. Weekends and days are flexible with generous pay available for both hourly and 24 hour shifts. A portable ramp is available for individuals who have a limited number of stairs at their home as well as a wheelchair accessible van.  The ideal candidate will be kind, compassionate, and comfortable with assisting with daily living skills. 

For more information contact Pam at 802-324-7012

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. He would like to get out of the house more often and do a variety of things. This is a great position for someone looking for a few extra hours a week.

Please send your resume and letter of interest to

Learn more about working at CCS . . .

Hire Up! Video Q&A with Champlain Community Services

Hire Up! with Karen Ciechanowicz from Champlain Community Services. Listen in on our new series featuring local job recruiters explaining what their organizations do and the staff they are currently hiring. More details at

Posted by Seven Days on Wednesday, July 1, 2020


Building a community where everyone participates, and everyone belongs.