Build your career with us! Achieve an excellent work-life balance, while supporting the goals and dreams of people with disabilities. We have a place for people of all skill levels in a variety of departments. Comprehensive paid training and an outstanding benefits package are just a few of the advantages available to all People Inc. employees.
As a direct support professional, you'll work in the personal living environment of the people supported by People Inc. Job responsibilities and tasks vary by site. We currently have an immediate need for Direct Support Professionals in Boston, Farnham, Angola, Silver Creek, Eden, East Aurora, Hamburg, Orchard Park, Grand Island, Lewiston and Rochester. Full and part time, evenings, overnights and weekends are available.
As a behavior technician, you'll provide instruction and supervision to people in all aspects associated with day and/or residential programming, including but not limited to adjustment counseling, coping and functional skill building, functional activities and community outings. We currently have openings in Akron, Alden, Buffalo, Hamburg, Kenmore, Rochester, Springville and West Seneca. Full and part time, days, evenings, overnights and weekends are available.
As a direct support professional - respite, you’ll work with children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities to provide fun and enriching activities. People Inc. offers excellent training to prepare people who have big hearts to work in this field! We currently have part time positions available in East Aurora, Hamburg, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Rochester.
As a direct support professional - day services, you’ll be responsible for supporting the choices, strengths, interests and needs of people with developmental disabilities, as well as ensuring the safety, health and well-being of each person. Full time and part time day shifts available in Buffalo, Depew, Lancaster, Niagara Falls, Orchard Park, Silver Creek and Tonawanda.
As a direct support professional - community hab (habilitation), you'll work with people to build skills and foster independence in the Community Services Program and working with people with developmental disabilities in their own homes.
Are you ready to take your career to the next level and be valued? People Inc. is offering terrific advancement opportunities in Western New York and the Greater Rochester region for passionate licensed nursing professionals. We are seeking RNs and LPNs for our growing programs. As a human services agency we are seeking candidates with strong leadership skills, compassion and the ability to work in a collaborative environment.
RN full and part time positions: Your Experience Matters – New Higher Salaries Based on Experience! Through this role you participate as a member of the interdisciplinary team to provide nursing recommendations, care and education related to the overall plan of care for people with developmental disabilities.
LPN full and part time positions: Under the direction of an RN, you will assist with the monitoring and coordination of the delivery of healthcare services with a manageable caseload.
Competitive salary, flexible hours and tuition reimbursement.
People Inc. has a variety of diverse clinical positions such as physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists to assist our clinical and home health departments.
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Facilities Technicians are needed at various locations across Western New York and Rochester region. The responsibilities include custodial duties, building maintenance and repairs in our residential group homes, administrative buildings and apartment complexes. Uniforms, tools and protective equipment will all be provided to you, along with paid hands-on training. Whether you are skilled in trades or just starting out, this would be the perfect position for you!
Calling all Master’s level clinicians – Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Join us where you will work Monday to Friday in the community providing support to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Your expertise and clinical skills will be valuable as you help them with the tools to address challenging behaviors. We are seeking energetic and creative staff to join our team in the Behavior Department supporting children, teens and adults.
Please note: This position is reserved only for applicants who have been selected by a person receiving services. If you haven’t been selected by a person receiving services, please consider applying to other opportunities listed on our job board. In this position, you would be providing personal care and skill-building assistance to a person that selects you to work directly with them.
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