Unemployed Because of COVID-19? Consider a Career in Direct Support.

Unemployed Because of COVID-19? Consider a Career in Direct Support.
Millions of Americans have found themselves unexpectedly out of work or underemployed - and unsure of what the future might hold.
For some, this nightmare scenario may be an opportunity to forge a new path - and embark on a new career where you can make a lasting impact.
Bancroft, one of the region’s largest service providers for people living with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities and brain injury, is hiring for 300 full- and part-time positions in South Jersey.
These are permanent positions that won’t go away once the COVID crisis ends: essential jobs providing one-to-one support for those living with disabilities. Work that is vital to helping those in our care thrive.
This work is more than “just a job.” It’s a pathway to a new career. In addition to competitive pay, health benefits and tuition reimbursement and repayment options - Bancroft also offers opportunities for professional development, continued education and leadership training.
It’s also an ideal opportunity for current college students - especially those whose internship and post-graduation plans are now uncertain.
Experience is not required; Bancroft provides extensive training to new employees. What do we look for? Patience, compassion and the willingness to help those who need it, every day.
 
We are conducting phone interviews, virtual screenings and socially distant training opportunities - to ensure the health and safety of all of our applicants and new staff.
 
Sound like the job for you? Visit bancroft.org/careers today to apply.

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Author: Jonathan Lutz, Direct of Talent Acquisition, Bancroft

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