Welcome to the Bittersweet Farms employment area. Our organization values development, partnership, respect, safety, and reliability. If these values are similar to your own, we may have the right job opportunity for you! We are looking for motivated, mature individuals who are interested in working in a uniquely challenging--yet extremely rewarding--position. While it may be advantageous, it is not necessary to have direct experience serving individuals with autism. Interested candidates should, however, already possess the work ethic and compassion required for this type of environment. Year-round outdoor and physical activity is an important part of our philosophy. Applicants should be able to lift 50 lbs. and hike up to five miles. We invite you to check our website frequently, as job openings are posted as they become available. To apply for a position, please complete our application for employment.
Direct Support Professionals (All Locations)
We have full-time and part-time positions with flexible schedules on 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts available at our Whitehouse and Pemberville locations. Join our participants in their daily activities ranging from vocational and educational training, home care, community activities, recreation, and a wide range of other activities and adventures. These are great opportunities for college students and anyone who wants experience working with individuals with disabilities and for those who want a meaningful position to supplement their income.
Bittersweet offers a $0.40 shift differential for 2nd, 3rd, and weekend shifts. We also offer flexible scheduling and 11 paid holidays.
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Reporting to the Assistant Executive Director and under the guidance of the Executive Director, this role functions as the primary administrative support performing all tasks related to the board of directors and the associated committees. This position performs a wide-range of clerical duties, including but not be limited to: answering phones, receiving and directing visitors, coordinating the flow of incoming and outgoing mail, filing, ordering supplies, making travel and meeting arrangements, preparing correspondence and reports, assisting with the recruitment process, and other general office support functions.
Interested applicants will need strong organizational and interpersonal skills, the ability to process data entry quickly and accurately, the ability to handle confidential information, and be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word, Outlook and Excel. A two-year degree in office administration or experience in a high level administrative support position is required.