Are you interested in a challenging yet fulfilling career?
Do you feel good when you see others advance and reach their personal goals?
Then perhaps DSI is the employer for you!
The exciting thing about working at DSI is that there are many types of jobs that are needed to support those we serve.
These positions are generally considered entry level. The working environment could be in the individual's home, a group home, a community setting, or at the person's job site. These positions typically involve providing direct support and supervision to the individual with a disability.
These positions typically require degrees in areas such as Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Special Education and other related fields. These jobs could entail the supervision of other employees or providing direct services to individuals and/or their families.
Administrative Support Positions:
To keep things running smoothly, DSI does employ individuals for clerical support as well as financial management support. Depending on the job and the department, these positions may be degreed or non-degreed.
Regardless of the job task or position, every employee is part of a unique and cohesive effort that has been praised and emulated by successful businesses, state and federal organizations and other professionals in the field.
Besides the opportunity to work in a professional yet comfortable setting, DSI offers many excellent benefits.
- Flexible Work Schedule
- Paid training
- Travel Reimbursement
- Paid Leave Time that increases with seniority
- Paid Holiday Time
- Health Insurance for Full Time Employees
- 125K Flex Plan
- Employer Paid Short Term Disability
- Employer Paid Life Insurance
- Employer Paid Worker's Compensation
- Tax Shelter Annuity
- Direct Deposit
The philosophy of DSI is to decrease reliance on agency based services and to provide the people we serve with the resources to help them live fulfilled lives and achieve their highest aspirations.
One need not look far to see what a tremendous responsibility this entails. The programs and the employees that make up DSI, greatly influence how individuals choose to carry out the rest of their lives academically, vocationally, and socially. These choices are often made through the guidance of staff employed by DSI.
DSI is a nonprofit organization concerned with the well-being and independence of persons with mental, physical, and emotional disabilities in Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jennings, Jefferson, Switzerland, and Monroe counties in Indiana. We also offer services in Clark, Crawford, Dearborn, Floyd, Franklin, Harrison, Ohio, Orange, Ripley, Scott, Union, and Washington Counties.