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Bittersweet, Inc.

Part Time Direct Support Professional - Safe Haven



Job Description
Bittersweet is seeking employees to work as Direct Support Professionals to help enrich lives and make a difference while providing you with a valuable work experience at Safe Haven Farm . Direct Support Professionals teach, mentor and positively impact the lives of individuals we serve through skills development in horticulture, culinary activities, janitorial work, our art department, and more. A wonderful career path for those interested in nursing, social work, criminal justice, and those with a desire to help others.

Help us redefine what is possible with Autism. Bittersweet, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides residential, vocational, and recreational services to individuals with autism.


• Starting wage from $9.40-$10.40 per hour based upon experience
• Potential to earn an additional $1.00 per hour within one year.
• Additional $0.40/hour paid for evenings, nights & weekends
• Flexible scheduling
• Opportunities to pick up shifts after training
• REQUIREMENTS: High school Diploma or GED; No experience necessary; paid training provided.







About Bittersweet, Inc.
Help us redefine what is possible with Autism. Bittersweet, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides residential, vocational, and recreational services to individuals with autism in a farmstead setting. For the past 30 years, we have found that a farm setting offers rich, varied, and abundant opportunities for self-paced, distraction-free activities that are perceived as immediately meaningful by our participants.

We are seeking employees to help enrich lives and make a difference. Our employees positively impact the lives of individuals with disabilities through teaching, mentoring, and partnering in meaningful activities and positive social interactions.


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