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Hope Human Services is Hiring!

Apply to be a Direct Support Professional (DSP)

We believe in creating exceptional life experiences for the people we support and our employees. This means that we use person-centered planning, community based activities, and complete respect for the people we support. We respect and value each of our employees, making sure they know that they are making a difference and are a part of the Hope Human Services team. We also are big proponents for promoting within. Our founder, Cheryl Borden, started her career as a Direct Support Professional!

The Benefits of Working with Hope

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The Job

A Day in the Life…

 

This is not a desk job! Our direct support professionals are mentors to the individual’s we support. This looks like coaching, teaching, and building engagement within the community to create long-term life skills and success. In a typical day you are playing games, going on outings, engaging in the community, providing support for behavioral/emotional regulation, and coaching people to lead exceptional lives. At Hope, you will partner with your program manager to create individual plans, create a personalized and adaptive household, promote and aid with independence in personal care. We collaborate with our DSP’s to develop an understanding of the philosophy, purpose, policies/objectives, and the top-notch standards of Hope Human Services. Our DSPs are the best in the biz and we pride ourselves on being person-centered and creating truly exceptional life experiences!

​Essential Functions

  • Have the skills and ability to engage and coach persons with all types of abilities

  • Have effective communication and problem-solving skills 

  • Demonstrates flexibility and efficient time management 

  • Consistently report to work on time prepared to perform duties of position

 

Requirements 

  • ​Be at least 21 years of age. Have a high school diploma or high school equivalency course of study (GED/HSEC) 

  • Must be able to lift or assist in lifting - up to 50 lbs. 

  • Must have a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving history

  • Able to pass a criminal background check with the State of Washington and maintain clearance during tenure of employment 

  • Maintain a drug free workplace 

 

Company Paid Training Opportunities

  • CPR & First Aid certificate (required after 180 days and is paid by Hope)

  • Clinical program trainings including Right Response, Green Zone 

  • Therap for online documentation at completed at on-boarding

  • 75-hour training certificate (required after 180 days and paid by Hope)

  • Twelve (12) hours of continuing education credits per calendar year (required annually and paid by Hope)