Direct Support Professional
As a caregiver, you’ll build relationships and enhance lives by providing care and support to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, physical or behavioral challenges, or traumatic brain injuries. The work you do is meaningful - you can make a real difference in the lives of those we serve to live as independently as possible.
- Full Time, Part Time, and PRN
- Days, Weekends, Nights, Overnights
- Meaningful Work
Can you be a successful caregiver for The MENTOR Network? If you share these traits, you can help the people you serve experience the true freedom that comes from learning to live independently.
I wanted to make a difference in the world and saw the opportunity as a DSP as a way to make the world a better place. Helping someone else achieve their goals made me feel awesome.~ Jon Fisher, President, Community Support Services (CSS), started his career as a Direct Support Professional.
A Closer Look
Paid Time Off
401k and HSA/FSA
Direct Support Professional
Primary Location: United States-CA-CAMission Viejo
Function:Direct Support Professional (Caregivers)
Everybody needs a job but only extraordinary people work here. Our team is fun, creative, and dedicated to making a difference every day in the lives of the people we serve. The heart of what we do is support and serves people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities of all ages. As a Direct Support Professional (DSP), you’ll be one of these extraordinary people.
Our DSP’s are the link to the community for those we serve. Whether you’re helping someone ride the bus for the first time, prepare for a job interview, attend college classes, do their own laundry, or assist with personal care, at the end of your work day, you know you have made a difference in someone’s life.
Based in community settings, DSP’s provide assistance with daily activities ranging from meal preparation, personal hygiene, and medication administration, to accompanying individuals on outings in the community or providing transportation to work or other activities. In addition, DSP’s support therapeutic and behavioral plans, working closely with our clinical staff, to enhance the quality of life for those we support.
What we require of you:
High School Diploma or GED
Must be minimum of 18 years of age (21 to work with children)
Valid Nevada driver’s license in good standing
Successful clearance of background checks
What we offer you:
A rewarding, family-oriented work environment with some of the best co-workers you could ask for, casual dress and employee events
Full compensation/benefits package including 401(k) with company matching, paid time off, holiday pay, employee discounts
Full time, Part time, and As Needed schedules available
A dynamic work environment where no day is ever the same as the next
Free training, career development, and advancement opportunities
Access to jobs throughout the nation-wide Network located in 36 states
Whether you have previous experience in a role like this, or this just sound like the type of impact you want to make… we want to hear from you! Bring the right attitude; we’ll train you for success!
Why Join Us
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