- $500 bonus after 6 months
- Paid job training
- Earn bonuses every 3 months
RHA offers additional benefits (health, paid vacation, retirement, tuition reimbursement) along with the security of a recession-proof career.
Is RHA a good fit for you? It is if...
You're compassionate, caring for individuals as if they are your own family. You're an advocate, concerned about the wellbeing of others.
You believe in the power of community and providing opportunities for people of all abilities to contribute. And most of all, you're a friend who can listen, share laughter and offer encouragement to get through the tough times.
You're valued as an extension of our residents' families and part of our team.
More RHA Career Info
What is a Direct Support Professional?
As a DSP, you assist residents living in the lifelong homes that RHA provides for adults with developmental disabilities. Our DSPs provide direct care services for clients, and because of their caring, they become extended family.
What is a Home Manager?
Help lead our DSPs and participate in events, trips, classes, and vacations with our residents. Daily variety with the opportunity to apply both creative and organizational skills. Hours may be flexible at times.
Tell me about working at RHA...
“RHA is a great place to work... coming to work is like coming home. The benefits are wonderful, they care about the staff, and you get support.”
– Charnell, DSP at RHA
What's it like working at RHA?
Do you like to cook or plan menus for a family? Do you enjoy shopping, seeing movies and attending community events? Do you want to make a difference? Do you enjoy challenges and celebrate success? Do you believe that everyone has the right to a safe and nurturing home in the community?
If you answered yes, an RHA career might be the right fit for you!
You're Part of Our Family
We support the team that cares for our family of residents and individuals who participate in our day programs. When you're part of RHA, you have access to resources, support, and ongoing training.
- Comprehensive orientation process
- Job training (experience not required—passion for people necessary!)
- Continuous education
- Specialized training to learn new skills
- Job security in a recession-proof career
- Competitive pay, signing bonus, paid vacation and benefits