Direct Support Workers Needed

Posted July 29, 2021 by Adam in

Get paid to help someone stay out of a nursing home! Persons with disabilities are seeking friendly, compassionate, and reliable individuals to assist them with daily activities to enable them to remain independent in their own home. Some examples include housekeeping, errands/shopping, cooking, personal care, and more. These are rewarding opportunities for the right individuals!  Contact the Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc. to be placed on our list of potential Direct Support Workers.  Hours and pay negotiable.  Flexible schedules.  Workers must be dependable and honest.  Training provided!

Immediate opportunities are available in the following locations:

  • Allen County
  • Anderson County
  • Barton County
  • Bourbon County
  • Butler County
  • Cloud County
  • Douglas County
  • Franklin County
  • Greenwood County
  • Johnson County
  • Lyon County
  • Marion County
  • Osage County
  • Riley County
  • Shawnee County


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