May 15 Job Fair at CBS

Job Fair at Community Based Services

Meaningful Direct Support Professional Careers Begin at CBS

A Direct Support Professional Job Fair will be held at Community Based Services on 3 Fields Lane in North Salem, NY.  Mark your calendars for May 15, from 12-4 PM. Are you looking for a meaningful career? CBS is growing and as a result we are expanding many of our innovative programs. Now is a great time to join our team as a direct support professional!

Direct Support Professionals Needed (DSP)
We are looking for creative, compassionate, and energetic people to fill flexible part-time and full-time Direct Support Professional positions in Putnam, and Westchester counties. If you are experienced or have an entry-level interest in supporting people with autism and developmental disabilities, we would love to speak with you.

We offer many benefits, including:
-Competitive salaries
-Consistent and flexible scheduling to fit your life
Paid training and an opportunity to increase your skillset
-Medical benefits for full-time employees

How to Register
Register for the in-person May 15 Job Fair here. Don’t forget to book an interview!

What to do if you can’t make the Job Fair
Can’t make it on May 15? Call Recruiting and Staffing Specialist Ciara Barrett directly at 914-236-1127 or apply online. We look forward to meeting with you!

Learn more about Community Based Services and Cultivating Dreams
Community Based Services is a non-profit organization providing innovative services to people with disabilities in the Hudson Valley and Taconic regions since 1981. Our goal is to always provide each person with opportunities for a meaningful life, tailored to their unique preferences and personalities in an environment that is safe and nurturing.

An integral part of CBS’ success is the high quality of our staff and the services that they deliver to the individuals entrusted to our care. At Community Based Services we value our employees and always treat them with respect and ensure that fairness, equality, support, and safety are routine parts of the work environment.

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