SL Start provides supported living personalized services that enrich people's lives. Supporting an amazing group of children and adults with developmental disabilities. SL Start recognizes each individual's needs and goals as unique to that person. SL Start employees coordinate directly with the people we serve, their families and private, state and federal agencies to develop customized programs and living conditions best suited for each individual's needs and goals. Our attention to safety, health and personal choice are priorities when designing these services. SL Start employees are encouraged to use their creativity in supported living positions. Ultimately we strive for our employees and the people we support to have fun and grow together.

If you are looking for an opportunity that will make a difference in the lives of others and eager to join an organization with a huge heart, ample personality, and an exciting work culture, SL Start just might be the ideal fit for you!

The Direct Support Professional will assist and support individuals with developmental disabilities. As a Direct Support Professional you would have an opportunity to enrich the life of the person you are working with. This happens through communication, daily living, hygiene skills, behavioral intervention and social activities out in the community to enjoy life. The focus is on maintaining a clean, safe, stimulating living environment, providing transportation and supporting individuals to become active members of their communities.

Full Time & Part Time positions available. No experience is required, walk-ins welcome. We are prepared to interview and make job offers on the spot. Office hours are Monday--Friday 8:00am--4:30pm. Office address is 12553 W Explorer Dr. Boise, ID 83713 and contact phone number (208) 972-5252.

This event will run February 29th through March 25th. The sign on bonus is for new employees only. $250 will be paid at 90 of employment & $250 at 6 months of employment. All offers of employment are contingent upon passing a background and reference checks.


Source - Idaho Statesman