Grow with us while providing care for the people who need it most.
Genesee Lake School, an ORP company, is a nationally recognized employee-owned provider of educational, vocational, and therapeutic residential services for children, adolescents, and young adults dealing with a variety of challenges and behavioral issues.
We specialize in working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, and complex trauma. Your work will help them live their best lives, all while carving a career path for yourself. As a part of our community/team you will:
Find your place. Be a part of something bigger.
To succeed in this role, you must show an understanding of the emotional and developmental disabilities of the people you serve. When you join our team, you will be enrolled in our training program designed to build the skills and confidence needed to meet your job requirements and build your career with us.
As a Direct Support Professional, you will:
Wage & Benefit Information
There's more to Genesee Lake School than competitive pay and benefits. Genesee Lake School is part of ORP, a 100% employee-owned organization that transforms lives. We do this by offering residential, educational, vocational, and respite services.
At ORP, we support an ownership culture throughout the organization. Our culture is based on our five Beliefs and Behaviors: Passion - Accountability - Teamwork - Openness - Continuous Learning and Innovation
Each year, after your first year of employment with us, you will receive a part of your income in ORP stock, making you an employee owner. This stock allocation is a company-funded benefit--no investment from the employees is required. Yet, employee ownership goes beyond simply stock.
As an employee owner, you can expect transparency, respect, and appreciation. You'll impact the place you work and map a career within Genesee Lake School or other ORP companies. With your passion and our breadth of services, your options are nearly limitless!
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE?
ORP has eight business units filled with people who are called to help children and adults with the most challenging special needs. From residential treatment to day schools, we have many opportunities to transform lives. To search ORP jobs at all of our businesses, visit orp.com/careers
We are an equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.