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The minimum qualifications for a DSP are a high school diploma, candidate must be at least 18 years of age, one year experience working with Developmentally Disabled preferable, ability to communicate in both written and verbal forms effectively, knowledge of first aid and CPR, certification as a DSP or the ability to become certified within six (6) months (Free of cost training), and pass a criminal background check with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). DSP report directly to the House Supervisor and the Program Director.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Call for Availability

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Maintain relationships with clients appropriate to their chronological age and their value as persons
  • Assist in preparing meals and snacks for clients at scheduled times
  • Daily observation and recording of behavior and data on appropriate forms
  • Assist in the development and implementation of activities and community integration
  • Report and illness or injury of clients to the Program Director or the House Supervisor and fill out all appropriate forms. Follow up on illness or injury when required
  • Provide a positive role model in behavior and dress to clients at all times
  • Mandatory attendance at staff meeting and in-services beyond regularly scheduled shifts
  • Responsible for general upkeep and cleanliness of the home
  • Report any property damage or loss to the Program Director.
  • Assist in client medical needs including dispensing medications
  • Transportation of clients to and from outing, appointments and activities etc. when needed. DSP may only transport clients after a DMV printout is provided and the staff has clearance to transport clients
  • Implementation of the behavioral program as outlined by the Behavior Specialist or Psychologist in the individual’s program plan
  • To perform all other duties as assigned by House Supervisor, Program Director and Executive Director


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What's Involved During The Hiring Process?

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  • Able to legally work in the U.S.A.
  • Must be able to drive and possess a valid California Drivers License.
  • Must go through a background check by the Department of Justice (D.O.J) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) using Live Scan. See links on this page for more information.
  • Must go through a physical, drug screening test, and Tuberculosis (TB) Test.
  • You must have current First Aid & CPR Training or you will be given 30 days to obtain the training upon being hired.


We ask that you come alone to each and every one of your interviews. Please allow 1 hour for the interview process.