Direct Support Professional (DSP), providing exceptional care to persons with developmental disabilities. Requirements are a high school diploma or equivalent, and a valid Maine driver’s license in good standing. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including weekends.
The direct support professional must be a team-oriented individual and advocate for the person served. Ability to focus on the goals, needs, and desires of the individual and follow the person-centered plan for the individual they are supporting. A DSP should be a mentor and a positive role model. A person who enjoys making a difference in another’s life and takes great pride in the achievements of the people we serve.
Professional Development Includes Agency On-site Training
College of Direct Support
CRMA (40-hour class or re-certification)
QBS Safety Care
We encourage our employees to seek additional training and offer training as it becomes available such as Defensive Driving, Residents Rights, Confidentiality, and more.
Currently Available Positions
Hourly Support Staff
The Hourly Support Staff is often a full-time position working in an hourly capacity. Most commonly, these positions are scheduled to have 36 hours in one week, and 48 hours in the next week. Not all Hourly Support Staff positions work these hours. This position … Read More
Live-in staff is the primary source of information about the daily happenings of the individuals they serve. A live-in must be aware of all upcoming medical appointments and must be knowledgeable about each individual’s Person-Centered Plan. They will communicate with Administrators to ensure the highest … Read More