Direct Support Professional - Make a difference in the lives of others!
Are you interested in making a positive difference in the lives of individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities, or brain injuries?
At Bancroft, we’re committed to helping people reach their greatest potential every day. For the children and adults with disabilities, that includes assisting them with daily living skill, their development, and supporting their independence.
For our team of Direct Support Professionals, that means growing their careers! Through our generous Tuition Assistance and College Loan Repayment benefits, and our partnerships with local colleges and universities, we want to help you make continuing your education achievable. Our career paths provide a roadmap for promotion within the organization for those interested in becoming a manager, teacher, nurse, therapist, and beyond.
Bancroft prides itself on its compassionate and conscientious team, who are motivated to make a difference in their lives and those of others. If you have that passion, we’d love to talk!
Full-time and part-time Direct Support Professional positions are available across Burlington County,including Mount Laurel, Cinnaminson, Medford and Burlington, NJ. Day, evening, and overnight shift schedules available. Weekend availability is generally required.
What We Offer
Salaries that are at or above our competitors
Great opportunities for advancement and career development
Outstanding benefits package, including Medical, Prescription, Dental, Retirement, Life and Disability Insurance
A retirement savings program with matching employer contributions
Generous paid time off, which increases based on years of service
Tuition Assistance up to $5,250 each year and, for select roles, College Loan Repayment assistance
Discounted tuition at local colleges and universities
Assists individuals with their daily living skills
Actively participates in the life growth of each individual
Promoting independence through skill development and implementing individualized plans of care
Advocates for community inclusion by planning activities and outings
Supports the Bancroft Mission, Vision and Core Values
Experience supporting individuals with the developmental disabilities or as a caretaker is preferred but not required
A warm, friendly demeanor and genuine desire to help others
Be conscientious, dependable, and able to work well within a team environment
Be open to learning, energetic and ready to multitask
Have a minimum of a High School Diploma or GED
Bachelors or Associates degree desired
Must be 18 years of age or older
Current, Non-Provisional Driver’s License in good standing
Ability to successfully clear a pre-employment drug test and criminal background check is required