Direct support professionals (DSPs) play a crucial role in supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their quest to live and work in the community, rather than in institutional settings.
Johnson County Developmental Supports (JCDS) is hosting open interviews for DSP positions from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the county administration building, 111 S. Cherry St., in Olathe.
Applicants should bring a resume and reference information with them to the event. They can expect open interviews and onsite applications. For those to whom an offer is extended, physical essential functions and TB tests will also be available.
The minimum requirements for the position include:
JCDS is the largest service provider in Johnson County, Kansas. They support 500 individuals each day. Approximately 300 people work at JCDS, many of whom have been with the agency for decades.