Dale Brain Injury Services is always looking for skilled and caring team players that have an interest in a career that is both demanding and rewarding. If you have an interest in working in a rehabilitation setting that emphasizes independence, respect, choice and a focus toward community reintegration, then we may be the place for you!
Many have chosen to make their career at Dale Brain Injury Services because of the secure employment, opportunity for advancement and the satisfaction in knowing that their input is valued and makes a difference in the lives of the individuals receiving services. Our agency is large enough to offer competitive wages and benefits, a variety of employment opportunities and training options but small enough that the individual employee can be involved in multiple programs and service streams.
Successful candidates for front-line staff positions will be caring, energetic, resourceful and motivated people able to provide direct support to individuals living with disabilities.
If this sounds like the type of environment you would like to work in then please contact us, and COME JOIN OUR TEAM!
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Accommodations are available, upon request, to all qualified employment applicants with disabilities.
At Dale Brain Injury Services we are fortunate to participate in a number of student placements each year. We are proud to have the opportunity to play a meaningful role in their school experiences.
Students from a variety of programs have completed placements at Dale Brain Injury Services. This includes but is not limited to programs such as Developmental Services Worker, Recreational Leadership and Social Work. Placements have often led to employment opportunities and students express a great deal of satisfaction with their experiences while on placement at our agency.
Please contact your placement supervisor at your particular educational institution for more details.
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