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For a Full Listing of Employment Positions and Opportunities,
Please Visit OSBI’s Indeed.com Hiring Page by Clicking Here
Some of our current openings in San Carlos, CA:
- Life Skills Advocate:
Our LSA’s are responsible for assisting our participants with daily activities in our day training program(s), by partnering to meet their individual support plan goals.
- Employment Support Advocate:
Instrumental in teaching our participants appropriate employment skills and behaviors, in an effort to connect with meaningful employment in our communities.
Some of our current openings in Glendale, Surprise, and Scottsdale Arizona:
Important role to ensure our participants are picked up (and returned) on time and safely transported to/from one of our 5 campus locations for day training program(s).
- Recreation Coordinators:
Responsible for the development & oversight of various recreation and arts programs across OSB campuses, specific roles available include art, dance, fitness & music.
- Enrollment ISP Coordinator:
Help create a positive and organized enrollment experience for all new program participants, their families and OSB staff to support the individual in their daily program goals and annual ISP (individual support plan).
*These are a sampling of roles “often” open across OSB campuses in CA & AZ for which we are actively hiring. For specific/current openings, please CLICK to apply on our Indeed site for consideration of employment.
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One Step Beyond, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and a Department of Economic Security, Division of Developmental Disability (DES/DDD) Licensed, Contracted Provider Agency.
Our Vision is a world in which individuals who have disabilities are fully included in all aspects of community life and are appreciated for the contributions they can make to their community.
Our Mission is to provide programs and services that empower individuals with disabilities to realize the opportunities that lead to achieving the fundamental components of a fulfilling life: maximum independence, meaningful work, enriching social relationships, and full inclusion in community life.
We offer programs in vocational development, employment, and placement; life skills training, focusing on social skill development, functional literacy, and household management; recreation and fitness, including Special Olympics; and cultural arts opportunities, and ice hockey.