Employment

Wynn-Reeth would not be possible without its valuable employees. We know the difference a good employee makes and that is why we offer many benefits such as: Medical Insurance, Retirement Plans, Vacation Days, Personal Days and Flexible Schedules. We are always accepting applications, so if you feel like you have what it takes and would like to be part of our team this is where you start.

 

We appreciate your interest in our company and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Every application will be reviewed and will be confidential for your benefit. We will keep all applications on file for a period of one year.

 

Most importantly, we recognize that we are in the business of creating the best life possible for everyone we come in contact with.  Our ultimate goal is to provide each of our consumers with independence, empowerment, and every opportunity that you and I have.  Our agency has been blessed with great team members that make this all happen, and we want to share that gift with you.  Employment with Wynn-Reeth isn't just a job, it means that you have an equally important role on the team and that, together we can make our communities a better place.  Imagine employment where you are truly valued and each of your gifts and talents are freely welcomed!

 

Our direct-support professionals provide in-home care that aligns with requirements of an Individual Support Plan to ensure health and safety, provide appropriate nutrition, assist in personal hygiene, administer medications, provide transportation, positively reinforce good decision making, assist in recreation, and other activities to enhance independent daily living skills.  Other responsibilities include flawless maintenance of required documentation and excellent verbal and written communication with appropriate parties such as Service and Support Administrators, House Managers, Program Coordinators, guardians and family members.

 

Requirements are as follows:

  • At least eighteen (18) years old

  • Posses a high school diploma or GED

  • Maintain a valid driver's license with fewer than 6 points

  • Provide proof of valid auto insurance

  • Have a clean record check (BCII, Abuser Registry, Nurse Aide Registry)

  • Have an ability to work with people with disabilities while demonstrating care and commitment

  • Be an effective team player with exceptional verbal and written communication skills

  • Provide keen attention to detail and an ability to follow detailed plans accurately, including but not limited to medication administration