Are you ready to make a difference? We are ready for YOU!
Are you interested in Human Services and unsure where to go next or even where to start? GMS may be the place for you! With so many companies hiring it is important that you find the right work environment for you. GMS is a non-profit agency serving individuals with varying needs and lifestyles and recognizes that a good consumer/employee match is in the best interest of everyone. GMS takes the time to identify where your strengths and interest lie in order to place you in a home that can lead to the greatest success for everyone involved.
Whether you are new to the field, a veteran DSP, a student, or a Program Manager, GMS can offer opportunities for professional growth and development. GMS firmly believes that an investment in the growth of our employees is an integral part of offering the highest level of consumer care. Not only does GMS offer consistent management training and support to our managers, but is invested in our Residential Lead program to improve supports provided in the home and prepare promising, professional, and invested DSPs for a management track.
GMS offers a generous benefits package including: Five medical insurance plans to choose from; dental insurance; vision insurance; life insurance; disability insurance; Employee Assistance Program; 401(k) with a 4% match and three weeks earned benefit time in the first year; and more!
Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or GED. We are willing to train the right individual! A valid driver’s license with a good driving record is required for most positions. This position requires the individual to earn a DSP Certificate within six months of employment with GMS.
This position is designed as a stepping stone to a manager position. Some experience in the field is expected. A willingness to act as a positive role model and coach to DSPs in the home is required. Participation in management training is a vital part of this position. Some administrative responsibilities are assigned to this position. Residential Leads must have a driver’s license and good driving record.
The Float position requires significant flexibility in schedule and experience working with adults with intellectual disabilities, autism, or other related conditions. The float receives a schedule every two weeks that varies greatly in time and location. The Float must be willing to work with a varied population as this position meets the needs of homes that require staff due to open positions or vacation time. The Float DSP is compensated at a higher rate and guaranteed full time hours.
The Residential Manager is responsible for all aspects of the programs which they supervise. Balancing consumer care and planning with employee training and supervision is a goal for the position. Managers are expected to have an ability to problem solve and exhibit independent thinking. Management training is offered. Most positions include some direct care time in the home.