Rewarding In So Many Ways.
At Cardinal Cushing Centers, Inc. we change lives—providing opportunity and hope to children, adults, and seniors with disabilities, be they intellectual, developmental, or age-related.
If helping others is your passion, we’d love to talk with you. Our nonprofit organization offers competitive compensation and a full benefits package including medical, dental, pension, and 401(k)s.
Residential Life Skills
We need energetic people to join our team in rewarding positions teaching life skills to adolescents with special needs. The focus is on assisting each student in developing effective decision making skills and promoting functional independence. A Massachusetts Driver’s license is required. Computer skills in Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel required. We currently have very limited full-time and relief staff opportunities available:
A Shift – Sunday 8:30 am-8:30 pm, Monday 2-10, Tuesday 2-10,
Wednesday (alternate weeks) – 12:30-5 / 12:30-10
B Shift – Wednesday (alternate weeks) – 12:30-5 / 12:30-10, Thursday 2-10,
Friday 2-10, Saturday 8:30 am – 8:30 pm
Overnights –Full (3 nights per week) and part-time
Monday – Friday 9:30pm-9am
Saturday and Sunday – 8:00pm – 9am
Relief Pool Staff (Hanover) A program initiative that will create per diem direct support workers to perform in various programs on the Hanover campus.
Relief position starting rate of $13.00/hour
Direct Support Professions/DSP
The primary responsibility of the Direct Support Professional (DSP) is to assist people with disabilities to do all the things that we do each day in our lives. Primary emphases are on self-determination and community inclusion of persons with disabilities. Computer skills in Microsoft Word, Outloook, and Excel required.
Relief – hours available for Days, Evenings, Nights and Weekend shifts.
Adult Services Residential – Residential Supports Manager (RSM)
Monday – Friday, 1;00pm – 9:00pm
The Residential Supports Manager (RSM) is responsible for the smooth and safe operation of all homes and apartments assigned. This responsibility involves coordination, supervision and monitoring of staff, schedules and buildings over the 24-hour day. The RSM assures that staff assist people with disabilities to do all the things that we do each day in our lives. Primary emphases are on self-determination and community inclusion of persons with disabilities. Bachelor’s degree [A high school diploma may be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree if the applicant has two years prior experience, education or training in paid or volunteer human services activities, is a person with disabilities, or is a family member of a person with disabilities.] Valid driver’s license required.
Monday-Friday, 7:30am – 3:30pm
The Job Coach assists individuals to secure jobs that meet their interests; supports individuals and works with employers for as long as necessary to assist individuals to be successful in accomplishing their work-related goals; and collaborates with employers to adapt existing jobs and create new jobs for people with disabilities. Bachelor’s degree preferred, Valid driver’s license required.
Coordinates, plans, and conducts programs to educate students and staff about nutrition and administering medical nutrition therapy. Develops activities and provides advice to the Food Services Department and the Health Services Department. May work with individual students, staff members, or supervisors in order to develop diets and menus. Licensure in Dietetics/Nutrition from an accredited program required.
Director of Education/Braintree/St. Coletta’s Day School
M-F, Full time
Responsible for the daily operation, programming, supervision, management, development and administration of the St. Coletta Day School for students ages 3-22 and staff. Master’s degree in Special Education or Administration and Licensed Administrator of Special Education. Five years teaching and/or administrative experience in special education, supervisory experience
and licensing experience.
Special Education Teachers/Braintree & Hanover
Full time, 37.5hrs/week
Plans, prepares and teaches lessons and activities for intensive special needs students in accordance with the goals and objectives outlined in Student Individual Education Plans (IEPS). Bachelors necessary with a required MA Licensure in Moderate Disabilities (5-12) or Intensive Special Needs (k-12), Autism experience preferred
Adult Residential Program DSP (Direct Support Professional)
The primary responsibility of the Direct Support Professional (DSP) is to assist people with disabilities to do all the things that we do each day in our lives. Primary emphases are on self-determination and community inclusion of persons with disabilities. Bachelor’s degree (a high school diploma may be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree if the applicant has prior experience, education or training in paid or volunteer human services activities, is a person with disabilities, or is a family member of a person with disabilities). Valid driver’s license. Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred
Leah Drive/Rockland – DSP , 2 openings;
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday – 9:00pm – 9:00am
Friday, 9:00pm – Sunday, 9:00am
Sunday, 9:00am – Monday, 9:00am, Monday, 9:00pm – Tuesday 9:00am (12 hours are asleep)
Interested candidates should forward their application or resume to:
Cardinal Cushing Centers
405 Washington Street
Hanover, MA 02339
Fax (781) 826-1559
E-Mail: Marybeth Hasenfuss