ODS offers a very competitive benefit package! Benefits may include Medical, Dental, Vision, AFLAC, and Life Insurance. Most of our full-time positions are eligible for paid sick and vacation time. Part-time staff also have several benefit options available to them after they have completed their introductory period.
You can download our application, print it out, and bring it with you or fax it in along with a cover letter and resume.
To download the application, please click here.
Please see below for more information about applying for one of our openings.
OpenDoor Services offers a unique employment opportunity for those interested in working with the developmentally disabled population.
We are dedicated to providing quality service to all of our consumers. We recognize and earnestly take on the challenge of offering the type of training that will provide empowerment to the individual, enabling him or her to make informed choices in their life and strive towards a greater independence within their community.
Please take a minute to consider submitting an application for one of the following ongoing recruitment opportunities.
Averages 32.5 hours per week, in both Stockton and Modesto, CA
Our Instructors work on a daily basis with groups of consumers providing training in and around the community. They help adult individuals learn how to live their lives a little more independently using the natural supports in their environment. Bus training, recreation and leisure, behavioral coping skills, and basic life skills are all important parts of their lesson plans. Working as a direct staff member requires several attributes, including a true desire to work with the developmentally disabled, a personal vehicle that is safe and reliable for the purpose of providing transportation to the individuals served in our program, and clearance through the Department of Justice.
Part-time Skills Trainers
Averages 32.5 varied hours per week in Modesto, CA
Our Skills Trainers work with adult individuals one-on-one, helping them learn how to function in the world around them. Because these consumers live on their own, they need assistance with more independent activities (such as going to doctorís visits or learning to cook and clean). Budgeting, hygiene, parenting, and emergency support are daily aspects of this program. Working as a Skills Trainer requires several attributes, including a true desire to work with the developmentally disabled, a personal vehicle that is safe and reliable for the purpose of providing transportation to the individuals served in our program, and clearance through the Department of Justice.
OpenDoor Services, Inc. has an opening for a Program Manager at our Stockton location. This position is responsible for ensuring quality training and support to developmentally disabled adults, and supervision of staff. Must have clear DMV record, reliable vehicle with insurance, ability to pass CCL clearance process, and management skills required.
3 yr experience in social services field specifically developmentally disabled population, including 1 yr in a behavior management system; or Bachelorís degree in Human Services required. Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, vacation/sick/holiday and more! Salary DOE.
Apply on line www.odsinc.org or at 4045 Coronado Ave., Stockton between 10am and 3pm M-F. Phone calls are not accepted.
How to Apply for a Current Job Opening
We are always accepting applications and resumes for our Instructor and Skills Trainer positions, but will advertise specific openings here on our web site and also in local newspapers and online classifieds.
Please print and complete this application and submit along with your cover letter and resume to our Human Resources/Administrative Services Department via fax to (209) 475-1539.
If you prefer to apply for a position electronically, we encourage you to email us your resume and cover letter (in Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format, please) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon review, an applicant may be contacted for a telephone interview, and then may be invited for an in-person interview with ODS management. Before an offer of employment may be extended, a person is required to meet specific requirements as dictated through Community Care Licensing and the Department of Justice.